Rare HD-Vinyls 96/24 (Fidelio) Carlo Bergonzi – Neapolitan Songs

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Just yesterday a user pointed my attention on a “Youtube” clip, the song “Dicitenciello vuje” sung by the fantastic Tito Gobbi. A great performance indeed…and I thought, I have this on vinyl, sung by Bergonzi…have I it or had I? OK, here is it. On searching for infos for this post I just discovered, Carlo died some weeks ago, aged 90 and my heart jumped into sadness. What a great tenor he was, surely among the greatest ever in “Belcanto”. Trained as a baritone but in 1950 came to the realisation that he may be a tenor and retrained. Although he performed and recorded some belcanto and verismo roles, he is above all associated with the operas of Giuseppe Verdi, including a large number of the composer’s lesser-known works that he helped revive.  R.I.P. Maestro!

# Composer: Many Different
# Performer:
Carlo Bergonzi
# Orchestra: Chamber Orchestra Madrid
# Conductor: Enrico Pessina
# Vinyl (1970???)
# Number of discs: 1
# Format: Flac
# Label: Fidelio
# DR-Analysis: DR 11
# ASIN CD: B002W7REUS
# Size: 877 MB
# Scan: yes
# Server: FileFactory

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