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Luciano Pavarotti – Pavarotti Forever (2007)

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Luciano Pavarotti – Pavarotti Forever (2007)

CD1
01 - Nessun dorma - Turandot (Puccini)
02 - Che gelida manina - La BohFme (Puccini)
03 - Brindisi - La traviata (Verdi)
04 - Celeste Aida - Aida (Verdi)
05 - Una furtiva lagrima - L'elisir d'amore (Donizetti)
06 - Questa o quella - Rigoletto (Verdi)
07 - M'appari - Martha (Flotow)
08 - E lucevan le stelle - Tosca (Puccini)
09 - Amor ti vieta - Fedora (Giordano)
10 - Vesti la giubba - Pagliacci (Leoncavallo)
11 - Donna non vidi mai - Manon Lescaut (Puccini)
12 - La donna F mobile - Rigoletto (Verdi)
13 - O paradiso - L'Africana (Meyerbeer)
14 - Pourquoi me rTveiller - Werther (Massenet)
15 - La fleur que tu m'avais jetTe - Carmen (Bizet)
16 - Tra voi, belle - Manon Lescaut (Puccini)
17 - Cielo e Mar! - La Gioconda (Ponchielli)
18 - Recondita armonia - Tosca (Puccini)
19 - Spirto gentil - La favorita (Donizetti)
20 - Di quella pira - Il Trovatore (Verdi)
21 - Suzel, buon di - L'amico Fritz (Mascagni with Cecilia Bartoli)

CD2
01 - 'O sole mio
02 - Torna a Surriento.
03 - Core 'ngrato.
04 - Funiculi, funicula
05 - Notte 'e piscatore (with Andrea Bocelli)
06 - O Holy Night
07 - Panis angelicus
08 - Ave Maria (Schubert)
09 - Mattinata (Leoncavallo)
10 - La danza (Rossini)
11 - Caro mio ben
12 - Caruso
13 - My Way (with Frank Sinatra)
14 - Santa Lucia
15 - Tu che m'hai preso il cuor (Dein ist mein ganzes herz- You are my hearts delight) (Lehar)
16 - Mamma
17 - La mia canzone al vento
18 - Volare
19 - Passione
20 - Granada

 

That explains why this putative survey of Pavarotti's career breaks off in the mid-'90s, prior to such blockbusters as the Paris 1998 concert and most of the various Pavarotti & Friends releases. And it also explains the dominance of popular or semi-popular material: Pavarotti, when this disc appeared, was at the height of his renown and was making moves in the direction of crossover stardom. One of the two discs is devoted to crossover material, mostly Neapolitan song but also including a duet on "My Way" with Frank Sinatra. From a perspective overlooking the great tenor's entire career, this somewhat overstates the importance of popular song in his output. He enthusiastically recorded it, and well, but he never focused on it the way even the other Two Tenors did. In general, though, the time frame of this album serves the listener well. The weaker final stage of Pavarotti's career is omitted, and the operatic selections included on disc one, going back as far as 1968, offer a good overview of the evolution of Pavarotti's voice and show his talents in works beyond the Italian standards: hear his irresistible "La fleur que tu m'avais jetée," from Bizet's Carmen (CD 1, track 15). The lack of any notes at all, even a capsule biography, is a disadvantage in the packaging, and one could easily have been provided: the tracklist insert unfolds to a large image of the cover logo that isn't big enough to be a poster and isn't really suited to be anything else. For a couple of hours of Pavarotti for the commute, however, this double disc, also available as an .mp3 download, will fill the bill. ---James Manheim

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