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Andreas Scholl: Va tacito (Handel).  For my father.

Andreas Scholl: "Va tacito e nascosto" (Händel - "Julius Cesar)

Andreas Scholl  -  Se in fiorito (Giulio Cesare)

Andreas Scholl - Se in fiorito (Giulio Cesare)

Andreas Scholl: Largo di Handel : Ombra mai fu : Aria da Xerxes HWV 40 - Bonazeta YT

Andreas Scholl: Largo di Handel : Ombra mai fu - Xerxes a beautiful piece about admiration that was not appreciated much by audiences when it was created.

Il barbiere di Siviglia, cavatina di Figaro-ROSSINI - PRATICA RADIO AMICI ITALIA!

Barber of Seville - Largo al Factotum

Giuseppe Di Stefano- E lucevan le stelle

E lucean le stelle.

Smanie implacabili - Elina Garanca

Smanie implacabili - Elina Garanca

Gerald Finley, my favourite baritone, in Don Giovanni at the Royal Opera House.

I know I already pinned this, but Gerald Finley looks hilarious in this picture.

"Pourquoi me reveille," "Werther," Massenet, Sergei Lemeshev, 1945

"Pourquoi me reveille," "Werther," Massenet, Sergei Lemeshev, 1945

Rene Pape - from our collection

Rene Pape - from our collection

"Una furtiva lagrima," Donizetti's "L'Elisir d'amore," Jose Carreras, 1982. Close-ups are spectacular.

"Una furtiva lagrima," Donizetti's "L'Elisir d'amore," Jose Carreras, Close-ups are spectacular.

Carmen, holy cow is this HOT. Metropolitan Opera, would have loved to see this live.

Carmen, holy cow is this HOT. Metropolitan Opera, would have loved to see this live.

"Cat's Duet," Rossini, Teresa Berganza and her daughter Cecilia Lavilla Berganza, 2002

I had no idea classical music could be like this. Cat Duet by Rossini

cecilia bertoli- ombra mai fu (sacrificium- the art of the castrati)

Cecilia Bartoli sings the repertoire of castrati Handel "Ombra mai fu.

Il Barbiere Di Siviglia - G.Rossini - Scala - 1999

Il Barbiere Di Siviglia - G.Rossini - Scala - 1999

Joyce DiDonato and Juan Diego Flórez - Il barbiere di Siviglia Act I fin...

Joyce DiDonato and Juan Diego Flórez - Il barbiere di Siviglia Act I fin.

"Lensky's Aria," Eugene Oniegin," Tchaikovsky, Sergei Lemeshev, 1937

The great Russian tenor Sergei Lemeshev sings Lensky aria. Lemeshev is on top form here (in 1942 he contracted tuberculosis)

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