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Giacomo Puccini

December 22, 1858 - November 29, 1924
born in Lucca, Italy, composed during the Romantic period
Giacomo Puccini was the most important composer of Italian opera after Verdi. He wrote in the verismo style, a counterpart to the movement of Realism in literature and a trend that favored subjects and characters from everyday life for opera. On his often commonplace settings Puccini lavished memorable melodies and lush orchestration. It was around the turn of the twentieth century that he reached his artistic zenith, composing in succession his three most popular and effective operas, La Bohème, Tosca, and Madama Butterfly.

Young Giacomo took organ lessons early on from his uncle, Fortunato Magi, and later from Carlo Angeloni. At ten, he sang in local church choirs and by age 14 was freelancing as an organist at religious services. His first compositions were for organ, often incorporating operatic and folk elements. By age 18, under the spell of Verdi's Aida, he decided he would study composition with a view to writing opera. At around this time, he composed his first large-scale work, a cantata, Preludio Sinfonico, for an 1877 competition. Other pieces came in the next few years, but none of significance.

In 1880, Puccini entered the Milan Conservatory, where he studied for three years under Ponchielli and Bazzini. While there, he wrote his first opera, Le villi, which he once more entered in a competition. Though he lost, Arrigo Boito and, more importantly, publisher Giulio Ricordi helped arrange a premiere in Milan on May 31, 1884. The work was enthusiastically received, and Puccini was on his way.

Around this time the composer met Elvira Gemignani, wife of a merchant in Lucca. They carried on an illicit affair, and she gave birth to his son in 1886. When her husband died in 1904, the two were married. Puccini's next opera, Edgar, was poorly received at its 1889 premiere. Subsequent revisions failed to rescue it from its encumbering libretto. His next effort, however, Manon Lescaut, was a sensational success at its 1893 Turin premiere. Subsequent performances in Italy and abroad bolstered the composer's growing reputation.

Puccini's next three operas confirmed his preeminence in Italian opera. La Bohème (1896), Tosca (1900), and Madama Butterfly (1904) were not immediately as successful as Manon Lescaut, but in time achieved greater acclaim. By the middle of the twentieth century, they had become -- and remain today -- his most often performed and recorded works.

Puccini suffered a creative dry spell for a time and was unable to finish another opera until the moderately successful La fanciulla del West (1910), which premiered in New York with Toscanini conducting and Caruso singing the role of Johnson. His sluggishness of inspiration owed much to charges by his wife he was having an affair with a servant girl, charges that drove the hapless, and as it turned out, innocent young girl to suicide in 1909.

In 1913, Puccini accepted a lucrative commission from Vienna interests, which resulted in La rondine. Received warmly at its 1917 Monte Carlo premiere, it faded under the judgment it was the least of his operatic efforts. Puccini followed this disappointment with his trilogy of one-act operas, Il trittico -- comprised of Il tabarro, Suor Angelica, and Gianni Schicchi -- all premiered at the Metropolitan Opera in New York in 1918. Only the latter work, a comedy, was well received.

While Puccini was working on his last opera, Turandot, he was diagnosed with throat cancer (1923). During radiation treatment in Brussels, he suffered a heart attack and died on November 29, 1924. ~ Robert Cummings, Rovi
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: E Lucevan Le Stelle (Radio Single)

1. Tosca, Opera: E Lucevan Le Stelle

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Track List: Essential Puccini

Disc 1
Title: Turandot, Opera
Title: Tosca, Opera
Title: Manon Lescaut, Opera
Title: Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera
Title: La Fanciulla Del West (The Girl Of The Golden West), Opera
Title: Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera
Title: Gianni Schicchi, Opera
Title: Suor Angelica, Opera
Title: Manon Lescaut, Opera
Title: Turandot, Opera
Title: La Bohème, Opera
Title: Tosca, Opera
Title: La Rondine (The Swallow), Opera
Title: Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera
Title: Tosca, Opera
Title: Gianni Schicchi, Opera
Title: Tosca, Opera
Title: La Bohème, Opera
Disc 2
Title: Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera
Title: La Fanciulla Del West (The Girl Of The Golden West), Opera
Title: La Bohème, Opera
Title: Manon Lescaut, Opera
Title: Turandot, Opera
Title: La Fanciulla Del West (The Girl Of The Golden West), Opera
Title: Manon Lescaut, Opera
Title: Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera
Title: Turandot, Opera
Title: La Bohème, Opera
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Track List: La Boheme, Act III: Donde Lieta Usci (Single)

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Track List: Puccini - La Rondine / Gheorghiu · Alagna · Matteuzzi · Mula · Rinaldi · Ciofi · Bacelli · LSO · Pappano

Disc 1
Title: La Rondine (The Swallow), Opera
Disc 2
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Track List: Puccini - Messa di Gloria / Alagna, Hampson, Pappano

Title: Preludio Sinfonico, For Orchestra In A Major
Title: Mass For Tenor, Baritone, Bass, Chorus & Orchestra In A Flat Major ("Messa Di Gloria")
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Track List: Puccini - Tosca / Gheorghiu, Alagna, Raimondi, Antonio Pappano (2001 film)

Disc 1
Title: Tosca, Opera
Disc 2
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Track List: Puccini - Turandot / Sutherland · Pavarotti · Caballé · Ghiaurov · Krause · Pears · LPO · Mehta

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Track List: Puccini : La Boheme

Disc 1
Title: La Bohème, Opera
Disc 2
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Track List: Puccini: La Bohème

Disc 1

1. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. Questo Mar Rosso mi ammollisce e assidera

2. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. Pensier profondo!

3. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. Legna! / Sigari!

4. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. Si può? / Chi è là?

5. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. Io resto per terminar l'articolo

6. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. Chi è là?

7. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. Si sente meglio?

8. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. Che gelida manina

9. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. Sì. Mi chiamano Mimì

10. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. Ehi! Rodolfo!

11. La Bohème, Opera: Act 1. O soave fanciulla

12. La Bohème, Opera: Act 2. Arranci, datteri! Caldi i marroni!

13. La Bohème, Opera: Act 2. Chi guardi?

14. La Bohème, Opera: Act 2. Viva Parpignol

15. La Bohème, Opera: Act 2. Ch'io beva del tossico!

16. La Bohème, Opera: Act 2. Quando m'en vo

17. La Bohème, Opera: Act 2. Chi l'ha richiesto?

Disc 2

1. La Bohème, Opera: Act 3. Ohè, là, le guardie! Aprite!

2. La Bohème, Opera: Act 3. Sa dirmi, scusi, qual'è l'osteria

3. La Bohème, Opera: Act 3. Mimi! / Speravo di trovarvi qui

4. La Bohème, Opera: Act 3. Marcello, finalmente!

5. La Bohème, Opera: Act 3. Mimì è una civetta

6. La Bohème, Opera: Act 3. Mimì è tanto malata!

7. La Bohème, Opera: Act 3. Donde lieta uscì

8. La Bohème, Opera: Act 3. Dunque è porpio finita!

9. La Bohème, Opera: Act 4. In un coupé?

10. La Bohème, Opera: Act 4. O Mimì, tu più non torni

11. La Bohème, Opera: Act 4. Che ora sia?

12. La Bohème, Opera: Act 4. Gavotta! / Minuetto!

13. La Bohème, Opera: Act 4. C'è Mimì che mi segue e che sta male

14. La Bohème, Opera: Act 4. Vecchia zimarra, senti

15. La Bohème, Opera: Act 4. Sono andati? Fingevo di dormire

16. La Bohème, Opera: Act 4. Che avvien?

17. La Bohème, Opera: Act 4. Che ha detto il medico?

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Track List: Puccini: Madama Butterfly (complete opera) with Maria Callas, Lucia Danieli, Nicolai Gedda, Herbert von Karajan, Chorus & Orchestra of La Scala, Milan

Disc 1
Title: Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera
Disc 2
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Track List: Puccini: Manon Lescaut

Disc 1
Title: Manon Lescaut, Opera

1. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Ave, Sera Gentile

2. Manon Lescaut, Opera: L'amor? L'amor?!

3. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Tra Voi, Belle, Brune E Bionde

4. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Ma Bravo!

5. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Discendono, Vediam!

6. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Cortese Damigella

7. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Donna Non Vidi Mai

8. Manon Lescaut, Opera: La Tua Ventura Ci Rassicura

9. Manon Lescaut, Opera: La Tua Proserpina

10. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Vedete? Lo Son Fedele

11. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Non C'e Piu Vino?

12. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Di Sedur La Sorellina E Il Momento

13. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Dispettosetto Questo Riccio!

14. Manon Lescaut, Opera: In Quelle Trine Morbide

15. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Poiche Tu Vuoi Saper

16. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Che Ceffi Son Costor? ... Sulla Vetta Tu Del Monte

17. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Paga Costor!

18. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Minuetto

19. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Oh, Saro La Piu Bella!

20. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Ah!... Affe, Madamigella

21. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Senti, Di Qui Partiamo,,, Ah! Manon, Mi Tradisce

22. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Lescaut? Tu Qui?

Disc 2

1. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Intermezzo

2. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Ansia Eterna, Crudel

3. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Kate Rispose Al Re

4. Manon Lescaut, Opera: All'armi! All'armi!

5. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Rosetta

6. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Presto! In Fila!

7. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Tutta Su Me Ti Posa

8. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Manon, Senti, Amor Mio

9. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Sei Tu Che Piangi?

10. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Sola, Perduta, Abbandonata

11. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Fra Le Tue Braccia, Amore

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Track List: Puccini: Tosca

Disc 1
Title: Tosca, Opera

1. Tosca, Opera: I. Ah! Finalmente!

2. Tosca, Opera: II. E Sempre Lava!

3. Tosca, Opera: III. Dammi ! Colori Recondita Armoria

4. Tosca, Opera: Vo ! Cavaradossi

5. Tosca, Opera: V. Mario! Mario! Mario!...son Qui!

6. Tosca, Opera: Non La Sospiri, La Nostra Casetta

7. Tosca, Opera: VIII. Or Lasciami Al Lavoro

8. Tosca, Opera: IX. Ah, Quegli Occhi!

9. Tosca, Opera: VI. E Buona La Mia Tosca

10. Tosca, Opera: Tutta Qui La Cantoria! Presto!

11. Tosca, Opera: Un Tal Baccano In Chiesa!

12. Tosca, Opera: XIV. Tosca? Che Non Mi Veda

13. Tosca, Opera: X. Tre Sbirri, Una Carrozza

Disc 2

1. Tosca, Opera: XI. Tosca E Un Buon Falco!

2. Tosca, Opera: XIII. O Galantuomo, Come Ando La Caccia?

3. Tosca, Opera: Sale, Ascende L'uman Cantico

4. Tosca, Opera: XIV. Ov'è Angelotti?...Mario, Tu Qui?!

5. Tosca, Opera: XXII. Ed Or Fra Noi Parliamo

6. Tosca, Opera: Ahimè! - Mario, Consenti Ch'io Parli?

7. Tosca, Opera: Nel Pozzo - Nel Giardino!

8. Tosca, Opera: XVII. Floria! - Amore. - Sei Tu?

9. Tosca, Opera: XVIII. Vittoria! Vittoria!

10. Tosca, Opera: XIX. Quanto? - Quanto? - Il Prezzo!

11. Tosca, Opera: Ah! Piuttosto Giù M'avvento!

12. Tosca, Opera: I. Vissi D'arte, Vissi D'amore

13. Tosca, Opera: Risolvi! - Mi Vuoi Supplice

14. Tosca, Opera: XXXII. Tosca, Finalmente Mia!

15. Tosca, Opera: XXIII. Io De' Sospiri

16. Tosca, Opera: XXIV. Mario Cavaradossi? A Voi.

17. Tosca, Opera: Act III: E Lucevan Le Stelle

18. Tosca, Opera: XXVI. Ah! Franchiglia A Floria Tosca

19. Tosca, Opera: Act III: Il Tuo Sangue O Il Mio Amore Volea

20. Tosca, Opera: XXVII. O Dolci Mani

21. Tosca, Opera: XL. Senti - L'ora è Vicina

22. Tosca, Opera: XXVIII. Come è Lunga L'attesta!

23. Tosca, Opera: XXIX. Presto, Su! Mario! Mario!

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Track List: Puccini: Tosca

Disc 1

1. Tosca, Opera: I. Ah! Finalmente!

2. Tosca, Opera: II. E Sempre Lava!

3. Tosca, Opera: III. Dammi ! Colori Recondita Armoria

4. Tosca, Opera: IV. Gente La Dentro!

5. Tosca, Opera: V. Mario! Mario! Mario!...son Qui!

6. Tosca, Opera: VI. E Buona La Mia Tosca

7. Tosca, Opera: VII. Sommo Giubilo, Eccellenza!...

8. Tosca, Opera: VIII. Un Tal Baccano In Chiesa!

9. Tosca, Opera: IX. Or Tutto E Chiaro

10. Tosca, Opera: X. Tre Sbirri, Una Carrozza

11. Tosca, Opera: XI. Tosca E Un Buon Falco!

12. Tosca, Opera: XII. Ha Piu Forte Sapore La Conquista Violenta...Spoletta E Giunto

13. Tosca, Opera: XIII. O Galantuomo, Come Ando La Caccia?

14. Tosca, Opera: XIV. Ov'è Angelotti?...Mario, Tu Qui?!

Disc 2

1. Tosca, Opera: XV. Sciarrone, Che Dice Il Cavalier?

2. Tosca, Opera: XVI. Orsu, Tosca, Parlate...Mario, Consenti Ch'io Parli?

3. Tosca, Opera: XVII. Floria! - Amore. - Sei Tu?

4. Tosca, Opera: XVIII. Vittoria! Vittoria!

5. Tosca, Opera: XIX. Quanto? - Quanto? - Il Prezzo!

6. Tosca, Opera: I. Vissi D'arte, Vissi D'amore

7. Tosca, Opera: XXI. Chi E La?

8. Tosca, Opera: XXII. Io Tenni La Promessa

9. Tosca, Opera: XXIII. Io De' Sospiri

10. Tosca, Opera: XXIV. Mario Cavaradossi? A Voi.

11. Tosca, Opera: II. E Lucevan Le Stelle

12. Tosca, Opera: XXVI. Ah! Franchiglia A Floria Tosca

13. Tosca, Opera: XXVII. O Dolci Mani

14. Tosca, Opera: XXVIII. Come è Lunga L'attesta!

15. Tosca, Opera: XXIX. Presto, Su! Mario! Mario!

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Track List: Puccini: Tosca (Remastered 1953 Recording)

Disc 1
Disc 2
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Track List: The Best Of Puccini

Title: Manon Lescaut, Opera

1. Manon Lescaut, Opera: In Quelle Trine Morbide

2. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Donna Non Vidi Mai

3. Manon Lescaut, Opera: Intermezzo

Title: La Bohème, Opera

4. La Bohème, Opera: I. Che Gelida Manina!

5. La Bohème, Opera: Si. Mi Chiamano Mimi

6. La Bohème, Opera: O Soave Fanciulla

Title: Suor Angelica, Opera

7. Suor Angelica, Opera: Senza Mamma

Title: Tosca, Opera

8. Tosca, Opera: Recondita Armonia

9. Tosca, Opera: Vissi D'arte

10. Tosca, Opera: Act III: E Lucevan Le Stelle

Title: Edgar, Opera

11. Edgar, Opera: Prelude To Act 3

Title: Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera

12. Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera: Bimba Dagli Occhi Pieni Di Malia

13. Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera: Un Bel Di Vedremo

14. Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera: Humming Chorus

Title: La Fanciulla Del West (The Girl Of The Golden West), Opera

15. La Fanciulla Del West (The Girl Of The Golden West), Opera: Ch 'Ella Mi Creda Libero

Title: La Rondine (The Swallow), Opera

16. La Rondine (The Swallow), Opera: Chi Il Bel Sogno Di Doretta

Title: Le Villi, Opera

17. Le Villi, Opera: La Tregenda

Title: Gianni Schicchi, Opera

18. Gianni Schicchi, Opera: O Mio Babbino Caro

Title: Turandot, Opera

19. Turandot, Opera: Signore, Ascolta!

20. Turandot, Opera: Nessun Dorma

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Track List: The Puccini Experience

Disc 1
Title: Gianni Schicchi, Opera
Title: La Bohème, Opera
Title: Manon Lescaut, Opera
Title: Tosca, Opera
Disc 2
Title: La Rondine (The Swallow), Opera
Title: Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly), Opera
Title: Crisantemi (Chrysanthemums), Elegy For String Quartet
Title: Suor Angelica, Opera
Title: Gianni Schicchi, Opera
Title: Il Tabarro (The Cloak), Opera
Title: Le Villi, Opera
Title: Edgar, Opera
Title: Preludio Sinfonico, For Orchestra In A Major
Title: Turandot, Opera
Title: La Fanciulla Del West (The Girl Of The Golden West), Opera

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The greatest ever Viva Luciano!!!
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Enjoy an Opera ,Recital-of- b a l l e t is an equal .To a ticket-scapp e r s ' b a r g a i n of .Lawn seats only to an USHER. CONCERT..... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Bellissimo!
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People always "poping-off- @ - t h e i r mouths".Abou t not consuming PORK(the other white-meat.. . . . . . )
If you don't. Know how to prepare-or-s e r v e .
YOUR ANATOMY-PHYS I O L O G Y . dictates .
What you DESERVE!
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Madam Butterfly reminds me of a good ,careless,wa l k down &around a country road.With no traffic-or-a g g r e s s i v e drivers to "dodge".
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Eloquent beyond words of solace...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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jl.santosped r o s o
wonderful music
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Not like the s..t that out today
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yvettenatkin
Fabulous, beautiful music!
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Makes me just melt...
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benjamincask e y 0 2
I want more bio of puccini
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That album uh cover is uh making me uh hungry( Italian accent)
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what lovely music..
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billieparkin
Sad but beautiful
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Absolutely one of the most beautiful pieces ever composed . . .
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I am a opera singer and this composer is perfect. I listen to his music and It inspires me.
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Very relaxing music .Fuel ones soul and allows your mind to drift to a more calming time. Maybe to past adventures, past loves makes no difference, we all have these places locked in our minds. This type of music just makes it easier to return to it.
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There are still plenty of opportunitie s for children to experience classical music, opera, ballet etc. it is simply up to their parents to be willing to expose them. In the city I live the local ballet company always puts on a production of The Nutcracker and Swan Lake at our gorgeous, world class performing arts center built just a few years ago. The city's orchestra performs at many events around the city year round as well as concerts in the same performing arts center.
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Al alba vincero!!!
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What a gripping performanceo f Puccini's Mann Lescaut...ab s o l u t e l y breathtaking .
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Absolutely astonishing. Such raw emotion
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Love his music, so beautiful.
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True, young people don't know what they're missing...wh a t a pity.
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Just would also like to say, that the music is wonderful, it brings back so many memories of my father and the first time my mother and he took my sisters and brother to an opera, I fell in love. Classical and Opera were a very big part of my youth, it is a shame children now a days don't have the opportunity to hear such beautiful pieces and how if you close your eyes they can take you to another world or on stage with the performers. They really don't know what they are or have been missing
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why are you now posting biography on the composer verses the tenor, this is fine I enjoy learning about the composer but every time a Puccini or Hayden, or Giuseppe Verdi etc. is played it is the same information. Can't this be mixed up a little perhaps if it is the same tenor/sopran o singing on the same album then add the biography of the composer, this is the 4th time I read about this composer and not of the tenor. Don't get me wrong I enjoy learning and the music is delightful.
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I would put my babies in the bassinet and they would sleep so silently to this beautiful music. Pavarotti, and so on I grew up with this music playing constantly as my grandmother made homemade sauce , my mother did the same now both gone this is my memory
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I am expanding my knowledge of opera here. I go to sleep with it at night. Just took a hot bath with this music and a lighted candle. So beautiful and relaxing. Lakme is my fave.
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How about Puccini's violin concerto with Perlman performing? Please?
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No mention of his vast travels around the world, which ALL were being done for t h e first time. With all respect to Verdi, Puccini...fo u n d and the core of these highly romantic operas for those places he had visited.
How about that Nesan Dorma, oh my...the list is too great..
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Amazing
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jprecobb8
O mio caro babbino is one of the most beautiful arias that exists
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Madame Fleming sings beautifully, her Puccini and Verdi rendition s are chez manifique!!!
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puccini is ok, not a like
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I love Puccini truly a genius
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Love Puccini
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Smcalles, would you kindly support your assertion.
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That sene in mr. Bean when he's acting to this song in the street for money. Lol
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Giacomo Puccini was the most important composer of Italian opera after Verdi is an insupportabl e statement.
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LDS Missionary Expo Benefit Concert October 3rd at the UCCU Center featuring singing-sens a t i o n Nathan Pacheco, Grammy Nominated and Billboard #1 violinist Jenny Oaks Baker, the amazing 9-man a cappella ensemble BYU’s Vocal Point, piano phenom Rebecca Pacheco, and Utah’s Best in State American Heritage Lyceum Philharmonic . The Benefit Concert is sponsored by Summerhays Music and presented by LDS Missionary Expo.

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His voice, incredible, absolutely beautiful
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Turandot is amazing
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Was in the bathroom when this came on, tried to get done in time to change it out of respect but didn't make it.
Good tune though, keep em coming
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Love it!!!
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IN FRONT OF MY PARENT'S PHILCO RADIO ON SATURDAY MORNINGS LISTENING TO THIS AND MANY MORE FROM THE MET OPERA HOUSE. MEMORIES MEMORIES
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Think someone♡
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Love this voice ......
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Remimds me of Sunday mornings with my Dad.
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beautifull memory
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