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Four Sacred Songs
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Sacred Songs for the Holy Year is a 1949 album by RCA of recordings from 1920 and earlier by the Italian tenor Enrico Caruso. Agnus dei (Georges Bizet). Pietà, signore (Abraham Louis Niedermeyer). Ingemisco (Giuseppe Verdi). Domine deus (Gioachino Rossini) 1920. Cujus animam (Gioachino Rossini) 1920.

Enrico Caruso died years before the LP format - All his vinyl LPs are compilations of previous shellac and other formats. b. 25/02/1873 in Naples, Italy d. 02/08/1921 in Naples, Italy Since Enrico Caruso came from a poor family he was only with great difficulty able to afford the study of singing with Guglielmo Vergine in Naples. Caruso was, beyond doubt, the best known singing personality of his time. His voice was originally a lyric tenor, but capable of the most dramatic climaxes.

Listen to the songs from album Enrico Caruso (Collection "Les voix d'or").

Album · 1997 · 20 Songs. By Giuseppe Verdi - Enrico Caruso. 3. Rigoletto, Act IV: La Donna e Mobile. 4. II Trovatore, Act III: Ah, Si, Ben Mio.

This full Enrico Caruso. List of all Enrico Caruso albums including EPs and some singles - a discography of Enrico Caruso CDs and Enrico Caruso records. This full Enrico Caruso discography is alphabetical, however you can sort Enrico Caruso album list by any column. Note that this complete list of Enrico Caruso releases is based on official releases and does not always include promotional-only discs, although they are listed when we have data on them. Everything from 100 Greatest.

Greatest Hits of Enrico Caruso, Vol. 2. The Greatest Tenor in the World. His Finest Performances. Historical Recordings 1906–1914. Spotlight on Enrico Caruso. Tenor of the Century. Disc 1. Disc 2. Verdi Recordings Part II. 4 Sacred Songs. The Great Caruso was released in 1997 by Living Era. Most of the songs are from well-known operas. Vesti la giubba (R. Leoncavallo). Una furtiva lagrima (G. Donizetti). Chantique de Noel (Adolphe Adam).

Tracklist

A1 Cantique De Noel
A2 Ave Maria
B1 Domine Deus
B2 Pieta Signore

Notes

Advertised as a new release in "Decca-Group March Releases", Gramophone magazine, March 1959, Supplement, p. 3.