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Album: Four Famous Met - Tenors of the Past

Artist: Jussi Björling

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 1999 Preiser Records

Tracklist For Four Famous Met - Tenors of the Past By Artist Jussi Björling

Title Artist Time
Rigoletto Parmi Veder Le Lagri The RCA Victor Orchestra & Jan Peerce 4:56 USD 0.99
Il Trovatore Ai Nostri Monti R The RCA Victor Orchestra, Jan Peerce & Kerstin Thorborg 4:37 USD 0.99
La Traviata Lunge Da Lei - De` Jan Peerce & The RCA Victor Orchestra 3:51 USD 0.99
Un Ballo In Maschera Forse la Jan Peerce & The RCA Victor Orchestra 4:45 USD 0.99
Faust Salut, Demeure Chaste e Jussi Björling 4:42 USD 0.99
Carmen la Fleur Que Tu M` Avai Jussi Björling 3:54 USD 0.99
Il Trovatore Ah! Si, Ben Mio Jussi Björling 3:18 USD 0.99
Il Trovatore Di Quella Pira Jussi Björling 1:40 USD 0.99
La Bohème Che Gelida Manina Jussi Björling 4:23 USD 0.99
La Juive Rachel, Quand Du Seig Richard Tucker & Metropolitan Opera Chorus 4:23 USD 0.99
Les Pècheurs de Perles Je Cro Richard Tucker & Columbia Opera Orchestra 4:31 USD 0.99
L´Africana Pays Merveilleux - Metropolitan Opera Chorus & Richard Tucker 3:36 USD 0.99
La Gioconda Cielo e Mar Richard Tucker & Metropolitan Opera Chorus 4:30 USD 0.99
Tosca Perche Chiuso - Mia Gelo Ramon Vinay, Florence Quartararo & The RCA Victor Orchestra 10:22 USD Album Only
Carmen C`est Toi - C`est Moi Ramon Vinay & The RCA Victor Orchestra 8:17 USD 0.99

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