Download Enrico Caruso - Vecchia Zimarra (The Coat Song)
|1||–Frances Alda And Wally Butterworth||Why Caruso Recorded The Coat Song|
|2||–Enrico Caruso||Vecchia Zimarra (The Coat Song)|
Composed By – PucciniLibretto By – Giacosa, Illica
Side A from "La Boheme" (Act 4). Recorded in February 1916. Originally only a very few copies made. Side A is a 'dub' from an original copy.
Side B recorded in 1949. Wally Butterworth explaining why the track on Side A was recorded in an interview with Frances Alda, who sang with Caruso.
- Matrix / Runout (A side label): D9-QB-7758
- Matrix / Runout (B side label): D9-CB-2234
- Matrix / Runout (A side runout): D9-QB-7758-1A R
- Matrix / Runout (B side runout): D9-CB-2234-1B R
The Coat Aria Vecchia Zimarra - Impresario. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. This is Caruso singing the BASS of the Coat Song in La Bohéme, Act IV. It was never intended for public release and only distributed to a few of Caruso's. Caruso is a song written by Italian singer-songwriter Lucio Dalla in 1986. It is dedicated to Enrico Caruso, an Italian tenor. Following Lucio Dalla's death, the song entered the Italian Singles Chart, peaking at number two for two consecutive weeks. The single was also certified platinum by the Federation of the Italian Music Industry. The song simply tells about the pain and longings of a man who is about to die while he is looking into the eyes of a girl who was very dear to him. The lyrics. Vecchia zimarra. Artist: Enrico Caruso. Album: Enrico Caruso Collection Les voix d'or, 2002. It was never intended for public release and only distributed to a few of Caruso's friends. Recorded on the 23rd of February 1916. Here's the story: the MET was performing the opera in Philadelphia with the soprano Frances Alda, the baritone Antonio Scotti, the bass Andrés De Segurola and Caruso as tenor, of course. When Andrés de Segurola was about to sing the aria, he whispered: I los. Listen to Vecchia zimarra from Enrico Caruso's The Complete Caruso Volume 13 for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Enrico Caruso February 25, 1873 August 2, 1921 was an Italian opera singer and one of the most famous tenors in history. Caruso was also the most popular singer in any genre in the first twenty years of the twentieth century and one of the pioneers of recorded music. Caruso's popular recordings and his extraordinary voice, known for its range, power, and beauty, made him one of the best-known stars of his time. The Complete Caruso contains everything extant that Enrico Caruso recorded from 1902 to 1920. It comes with a 56-page booklet in three languages that includes scant notes, but a couple of useful indices, one relating Caruso's operatic roles to his recordings, and the other a cumulative list of the artists who recorded with Caruso. Each of the 12 discs comes in a separate cardboard sleeve. There are no recorded extras, not surprising, as the years have not brought any more Caruso. There are some of Caruso's self-caricatures gracing the booklet, and one of these images has. Serenade Deh Vieni Alla Finestra Oh, Come To The Window - Ezio Pinza. Versions - Different performances of the song by the same artist. Compilations - Other albums which feature this performance of the song. Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists. Song Title. Un Po' Di Vero C'e w Geraldine Farrar. Una Furtiva Lagrima. Vecchia Zimarra, Senti. Vesti La Giubba. Vecchia Zimarra The Coat Song as Giacosa Enrico Caruso - Vecchia Zimarra The Coat Song Shellac, 10, RE. His Master's Voice. Renata Tebaldi, Giuseppe Campora, Enzo Mascherini, Alberto Erede, Giacomo Puccini - Tosca Album. 6 버전. Decca, Decca. Enrico Caruso - The Complete Caruso 1990. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Classical Music Opera-Vocal. Enrico Caruso. Songs in album Enrico Caruso - The Complete Caruso 1990. Enrico Caruso - 'A Vucchella Tost, D'Annunzio. Enrico Caruso - Vieni sul mar Italian Folk Song. Enrico Caruso - Tu, ca nun chiagne De Curtis, Bovio. Enrico Caruso - L'addio a Napoli Cottrau. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin