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  • Tuzil
    Tosca: Opera In three acts. Sung in Italian. Recorded in co-operation with "E.A. Teatro alla Scala", Milano: VIII (P) Original sound recording made by EMI Records Ltd. Digital remastering (P) by EMI Records Ltd. (C) EMI Records Ltd., (on jewel case back cover) (C) EMI Records Ltd., (on slipcase back cover).
  • Vojas
    E lucevan le stelle (Cavaradossi) Ah! Franchigia a Floria Tosca O dolci mani E non giungono Com'e lunga l'attesa! Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. First Perf ormance. in Rome, Teatro Constanzi First Pub lication. – Milan: Ricordi: Librettist Luigi Illica () Giuseppe Giacosa () after La Tosca by.
  • Taramar
    "E lucevan le stelle" ("And the stars were shining") is a romanza from the third act of Giacomo Puccini's opera Tosca, composed in to an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. It is sung by Mario Cavaradossi (tenor), a painter in love with the singer Tosca, while he waits for his execution on the roof of Castel Sant'Angelo.
  • Samulrajas
    Tosca | E lucevan le stelle | Tosca. E lucevan le stelle Franco de Gregorio, performing. Victor insert. Previously released material. Various tenors singing opera arias, in Italian, French and German, accompanied by various orchestras. Opera arias in Italian, French or German. Puccini divas Catalog Record Only Opera arias.
  • Julkis
    2 Puccini - E lucevan le stelle From Tosca 3 Dvořák - O, Silver Moon (Song to the Moon) From Rusalka 4 Bizet - Au fond du temple saint (Duet) From The Pearl Fishers
  • Zubar
    Find recording details and track inforamtion for Tosca, opera - Giacomo Puccini on AllMusic. Find recording details and track inforamtion for Tosca, opera - Giacomo Puccini on AllMusic E lucevan le stelle. Plácido Domingo. Amazon: blue highlight denotes track pick. AllMusic.
  • Kajiran
    from Act III ofTosca, the tenor aria E lucevan le stelle. It begins with a melodic leap of four notes, then arcs up and down in step-wise motion, almost outlining a simple scale. And speaking of scales, that is exactly what the voice outlines in the next phrase: a long, achingly beautiful ascending.
  • Goltim
    Vittorio was drawn to the unusually dark, almost Wagnerian colours of the piece. Donna non vidi mai (Manon Lescaut), sung at the beginning of the opera as des Grieux falls in love with the young Manon, provides a clear contrast to the despair of Cavaradossi in E lucevan le stelle (Tosca) as the painter awaits his execution.

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