Cover image for Aria the opera album.
Title:
Aria the opera album.
Author:
Bocelli, Andrea, performer.
Personal Author:
Publication Information:
[Place of publication not identified] : Philips, [1998]

℗1998
Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.

Biographical notes and texts with English translations ([24] p. : col. ports.) inserted in container.
Language:
Italian
Contents:
Rigoletto. Questa o quella / Verdi (1:45) -- La Bohème. Che gelida manina / Puccini (4:18) -- Tosca. Recondita armonia / Puccini (2:55) -- Tosca. E lucevan le stelle / Puccini (2:51) -- Madama Butterfly. Addio, fiorito asil / Puccini (1:50) -- Andrea Chénier. Come un bel dì di maggio / Giordano (3:16) -- I puritani. A te, o cara / Bellini (3:04) -- Der Rosenkavalier. Di rigori armato il seno / Strauss (2:07) -- Fedora. Amor ti vieta / Giordano (1:47) -- La fanciulla del West. Ch'ella mi creda / Puccini (1:69) -- La Gioconda. Cielo e mar! / Ponchielli (4:33) -- Adriana Lecouvreur. La dolcissima effigie / Cilèa (2:11) -- La Bohème. Musetta!/Testa adorata / Leoncavallo (3:03) -- Lucia di Lammermoor. Tombe degli avi miei/Fra poco a me ricovero / Donizetti (6:51) -- Werther. Pourquoi me réveiller / Massenet (3:05) -- Carmen. La fleur que tu m'avais jetée / Bizet (4:17) -- La fille du régiment. Pour mon âme / Donizetti (2:13).
Subject Term:
Added Conference Author:
UPC:
028946203323
Format :
Music CD

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Anna M. Reinstein Library #675 Compact Disc Audio Visual
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Kenilworth Library OPERA .B664 ARI Compact Disc Audio Visual
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Summary

Summary

Lush yet sensitive arrangements provide an ideal setting for Andrea Bocelli's gorgeous vocals on Aria: The Opera Album. Bocelli tackles famous arias from a variety of operas, adding a couple of lesser-known arias for good measure. The result is a lovely, enchanting record, highlighted by "Questa o Quella," "Recondita Armonia," "Addio, Fiorito Asil," "Come un Bel d di Maggio," "Amor Ti Vieta," "La Dolcissima Effigie," "Pourquoi Me Reveiller," and "Pour Mon Me." ~ Rodney Batdorf


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