Tracklist

CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 Caruso
5:22
2 Non ti scordar di me
2:56
3 Torna a Surriento
4:24
4 Passione
3:46
5 Core 'ngrato
4:55
6 Rondine al nido
3:26
7 'O paese d' 'o sole
3:30
8 Mamma
3:35
9 Mattinata
1:59
10 Voce 'e notte!
4:32
11 La strada del bosco
3:30
12 'A vucchella
3:10
13 Serenata
2:58
14 Ti voglio tanto bene
3:07
15 Volare
3:13
16 Ave Maria, dolce Maria
2:53
17 Chitarra romana
3:18
18 Funicullì, funiculà
2:42
19 'O sole mio
3:20
CD 2
# Title Rating Length
1 Donna non vidi mai
2:05
2 Che gelida manina
4:39
3 Una furtiva lagrima
4:49
4 E lucevan le stelle
3:13
5 Amore ti vieta
1:47
6 La fleur que tu m'avais jétee
4:28
7 Porquoi me réveiller
3:06
8 Cielo e mar!
5:07
9 Il lamento di Federico (E' la solita storia)
4:25
10 M'appari
3:29
11 Addio, fiorito asil
1:54
12 Tu che m'hai preso il cuor
3:38
13 Caro mio ben
3:06
14 Che farò senza euridice?
4:26
15 Dalla sua pace
4:33
16 Un'aura amorosa
4:19
17 Ave Maria
4:50
18 Mille cherubini in coro
4:03
19 L'ultima canzone
4:17
20 La danza
3:05

Credits

CD 1

arranger:
Giancarlo Chiaramello (tracks 4–5)
Henry Mancini (US composer, conductor & arranger) (tracks 8, 8)
composer:
Ernesto de Curtis (composer) (track 2)
Lucio Dalla (track 1)
Ruggero Leoncavallo (composer) (track 9)
Ernesto de Curtis (composer) (1902) (track 3)
Salvatore Cardillo (Italian-American composer) (1911) (track 5)
Ernesto Tagliaferri (composer) (1934) (track 4)
Nicola Valente (1934) (track 4)
conductor:
Henry Mancini (US composer, conductor & arranger) (tracks 2, 8)
Piero Gamba (track 9)
Giancarlo Chiaramello (1979) (track 3)
lyricist:
Lucio Dalla (track 1)
Bixio Cherubini (track 8)
Domenico Furnò (track 2)
Ruggero Leoncavallo (composer) (track 9)
Ricardo Cordiferro (1911) (track 5)
Libero Bovio (1934) (track 4)
orchestra:
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (track 9)
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music) (1979) (track 3)
tenor vocals:
Luciano Pavarotti (tenor) (tracks 1–2, 4–5, 8–9)
Luciano Pavarotti (tenor) (1979) (track 3)
phonographic copyright by:
Dala Luma (track 5)
publisher:
EMI Music Publishing Italia Srl (Italian branch of EMI Music Publishing) (track 1)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1979) (track 3)
arrangements:
Torna a Surriento (catch-all for arrangements) (track 3)
is the basis for:
Mattinata (George Greeley adaptation) (track 9)
Surrender (track 3)
You're Breaking My Heart (based on the Italian song Mattinata) (track 9)
later translated versions:
Mama (deutsch) (track 8)
recording of:
Caruso (track 1)
Core ’ngrato (track 5)
Mamma (track 8)
Mattinata (track 9)
Passione (track 4)
Torna a Surriento (1979) (track 3)
referred to in medleys:

CD 2

arranger:
Douglas Gamley (track 17)
composer:
Johann Sebastian Bach (German Baroque period composer & musician) (track 17)
Christoph Willibald Gluck (composer) (track 14)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (classical composer) (tracks 15–16)
Gioachino Rossini (Italian composer 1792-1868) (track 20)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (track 17)
Franz Schubert (Austrian composer Franz Peter Schubert) (1825) (track 17)
Gaetano Donizetti (Italian opera composer) (1832) (track 3)
Friedrich von Flotow (composer) (1849) (track 10)
Charles‐François Gounod (French composer) (1853) (track 17)
Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer) (1896) (track 2)
conductor:
Kurt Herbert Adler (conductor) (track 17)
Richard Bonynge (conductor and pianist) (tracks 10, 20)
Piero Gamba (track 14)
Sir John Pritchard (conductor) (tracks 15–16)
Richard Bonynge (conductor and pianist) (1971-06-28 – 1971-07-16) (track 3)
Herbert von Karajan (conductor) (1972-10) (track 2)
engineer:
James Lock (engineer) (tracks 2–3)
Colin Moorfoot (engineer) (track 2)
Gordon Parry (engineer) (track 2)
Kenneth Wilkinson (engineer) (track 3)
librettist:
Lorenzo Da Ponte (tracks 15–16)
Giuseppe Giacosa (track 2)
Luigi Illica (track 2)
lyricist:
Carlo Pepoli (Italian librettist, 19th c.) (track 20)
Sir Walter Scott (19th-century Scottish author) (track 17)
[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 17, 17)
orchestra:
National Philharmonic Orchestra (of London, mostly film music) (track 17)
Philharmonia Orchestra (London orchestra, known as New Philharmonia Orchestra from 1964-1976) (tracks 10, 14)
Wiener Philharmoniker (tracks 15–16)
English Chamber Orchestra (1971-06-28 – 1971-07-16) (track 3)
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra (1972-10) (track 2)
producer:
James Mallinson (producer) (track 2)
Ray Minshull (track 2)
tenor vocals:
Luciano Pavarotti (tenor) (tracks 10, 14–17, 20)
Luciano Pavarotti (tenor) (1971-06-28 – 1971-07-16) (track 3)
Luciano Pavarotti (tenor) (1972-10) (track 2)
translator:
Adam Storck (track 17)
vocals:
Luciano Pavarotti (tenor) (track 17)
phonographic copyright by:
The Decca Record Company Ltd. (not for release label use!) (1973) (track 2)
recorded at:
Kingsway Hall in London, England, United Kingdom (1971-06-28 – 1971-07-16) (track 3)
Jesus‐Christus‐Kirche (Dahlem) in Berlin, Germany (1972-10) (track 2)
part of:
Köchelverzeichnis (sixth edition, 1964, K⁶) (number: 540a) (track 15)
arrangements:
Ave Maria (catch-all for arrangements of the Bach / Gounod work) (track 17)
Ave Maria (for violin and piano, arr. Wilhelmj) (track 17)
Ave Maria (for handbell ensemble) (track 17)
Ave Maria (The Priests arrangement) (track 17)
Ave Maria (for piano, Tilling) (track 17)
Ave Maria (Ellens dritter Gesang), S. 557d (for solo piano, Liszt, first version) (track 17)
Ellens Gesang III, op. 52 no. 6, D. 839 "Ave Maria" (catch-all for arrangements) (track 17)
Ellens dritter Gesang (Ave Maria), S. 558 Nr. 12 (for solo piano, Liszt, second version) (track 17)
is based on:
is the basis for:
Ave Maria (track 17)
Ave Maria 2001 (track 17)
Ave María (Pallavicini's text) (track 17)
雪の夜 (track 17)
later translated versions:
Ave Maria (Italian translation of "Ave Maria" by Bach/Gounod) (track 17)
Ave Maria (Japanese translation of Bach/Gounod's "Ave Maria") (track 17)
人知れぬ涙 (track 3)
later versions:
Ave Maria (arr. Ann and Nancy Wilson) (track 17)
Ave Maria (Schubert's Ave Maria: Latin "Ave Maria" text sung to the tune of 'Ellens Gesang III, op. 52 no. 6, D. 839 "Ave Maria"') (track 17)
Ave Maria (Schubert's, in English, from "Fantasia") (track 17)
Ave Maria (track 17)
Heavenly Father (track 17)
live recording of:
Ave Maria (Bach/Gounod) (track 17)
orchestrations:
Ave Maria (for violin and orchestra, orch. Kennedy & Lenehan) (track 17)
part of:
Orfeo ed Euridice, Wq. 30: Atto III (Italian version) (track 14)
Soirées musicales (track 20)
La bohème: Atto I (track 2)
recording of:
Ave Maria (Schubert's Ave Maria: Latin "Ave Maria" text sung to the tune of 'Ellens Gesang III, op. 52 no. 6, D. 839 "Ave Maria"') (track 17)
Ellens Gesang III, op. 52 no. 6, D. 839 “Ave Maria” (Schubert's song, not the Bach/Gounod work) (track 17)
referred to in medleys:
Hooked on Bach (track 17)
translated version of:
version of:
Ellens Gesang III, op. 52 no. 6, D. 839 “Ave Maria” (Schubert's song, not the Bach/Gounod work) (track 17)