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Album: The Very Best Operatic Arias

Artist: Maria Cebotari, Jussi Björling & Richard Tauber

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2012
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 15

  • Copyright: ℗ 2012 Past Classics

Tracklist For The Very Best Operatic Arias By Artist Maria Cebotari, Jussi Björling & Richard Tauber

Title Artist Time
Rinaldo, HWV 7: Act II: Lascia Ché & Charlie 4:18 USD 0.99
Les pêcheurs de perles: Au fo Jussi Björling & Robert Merrill 4:31 USD 0.99
Les pêcheurs de perles: Act I Sir Adrian Boult, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden & Kenneth McKellar 4:22 USD 0.99
Madama Butterfly: Un bel di ve Maria Cebotari 4:27 USD 0.99
Semele: Where e'er you walk Sir Adrian Boult, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden & Kenneth McKellar 4:00 USD 0.99
Dido and Aeneas: Act III: When The Mermaid Singers and Orchestra, Kirsten Flagstad & Geraint Jones 3:59 USD 0.99
La bohème: O Soave Fanciulla Jussi Björling 4:13 USD 0.99
La bohème: Konstanze, Konsta Richard Tauber 4:05 USD 0.99
Ave Maria Mario Lanza 4:27 USD 0.99
Ptolemy: Silent Worship Sir Adrian Boult, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden & Kenneth McKellar 2:35 USD 0.99
Caro Mio Ben Ché & Charlie 2:32 USD 0.99
Gianni Schicchi: O mio babbino Elisabeth Schwarzkopf 2:50 USD 0.99
La Wally: Ebben ne andro lonta Nino Sanzogno, Membri dell'Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala, Milan & Renata Tebaldi 4:11 USD 0.99
Tosca: Act II: Vissi d'arte Victor de Sabata, Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano & Maria Callas 3:13 USD 0.99
Cosi fan tutte: Fiordiligi and Ché & Charlie 2:52 USD 0.99

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