Placido Domingo: The Verdi Tenor

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Placido Domingo: The Verdi Tenor
Placido Domingo (tenor) with various soloists and orchestras

[ Sony Classical Masters / CD ]

Release Date: Friday 20 May 2011

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José Plácido Domingo is a Spanish-Mexican tenor and conductor known for his versatile and strong voice, possessing a ringing and dramatic tone throughout its range.

José Plácido Domingo Embil KBE (born 21 January 1941, Madrid), better known as Plácido Domingo, is a Spanish-Mexican tenor and conductor known for his versatile and strong voice, possessing a ringing and dramatic tone throughout its range. In March 2008, he debuted in his 128th opera role, giving Domingo more roles than any other tenor. One of The Three Tenors, he has also taken on conducting opera and concert performances, as well as serving as the General Director of the Washington National Opera in Washington, D.C. and the Los Angeles Opera in California. His contract in Los Angeles has been extended through the 2012-13 season, but the Washington, D.C. will end with the 2010-2011 season.

Tracks:

Ah sì ben mio (from Il trovatore)
(with Leontyne Price)
Di quella pira (from Il trovatore)
Lunge da lei…De' miei bollenti spiriti (from La Traviata)
Questa o quella (from Rigoletto)
Ella mi fu rapita! (from Rigoletto)
La donna è mobile (from Rigoletto)
Oh! fede negar potessi (from Luisa Miller)
O inferno!...Sento avvampar nell'anima (from Simon Boccanegra)
Di' tu se fedele (from Un ballo in maschera)
Giorno di pianto (from I Vespri Siciliani)
Se quel guerrier io fossi! (from Aida)
Dio, che nell'alma infondere (from Don Carlo)
(with Sherrill Milnes)
La vita è inferno … O tu che in seno (from La Forza del Destino)
Giá nella notte densa (from Otello)
(with Katia Ricciarelli)
Ah! Mille vite gli donasse iddio (from Otello)
Dio, mi potevi scagliar tutti i mali (from Otello)
Niun mi tema (from Otello)