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Track Listing:

1
Nessun Dorma (Turandot)
 
2
Che gelida manina (La boheme)
 
3
Una furtiva lagrima (L'elisir d'amore)
 
4
Ah mes amis...pour mon ame (La fille du regiment)
 
5
La donna e mobile (Rigoletto)
 
6
Di quella pira (Il trovatore)
 
7
E lucevan le stelle (Tosca)
 
8
Vesti la giubba (Pagliacci)
 
9
Donna non vidi mai (Manon Lescaut)
 
10
Favorita del re...Spirito gentil (La Favorita)
 
11
La fleur que tu m'avais jetee (Carmen)
 
12
O soave fanciulla (La boheme)
 
13
Recondita armonia (Tosca)
 
14
Pourquoi me reveiller (Werther)
 
15
M'appari (Martha)
 
16
Ch'ella mi creda libero e lontano (La Fanciulla del West)
 
17
Celeste Aida (Aida)
 
18
Di rigori armato il seno (Der Rosenkavalier)
 
19
Come un bel di di Maggio (Andrea Chenier)
 
20
A te, o cara (I Puritani)
 
21
Addio, fiorito asil (Madama Butterfly)
 
22
Ingemisco (Verdi Requiem)
 
23
Amor ti vieta (Fedora)
 
24
O Paradiso (L'Africaine)
 
25
Questa o quella (Rigoletto)
 
26
Nessun Dorma (Live in Verona)
 
27
O Sole Mio
 
28
Caruso
 
29
La Danza
 
30
Volare
 
31
Torna a Surriento
 
32
Ti adoro
 
33
Buongiourno a te
 
34
Passione
 
35
La Mia Canzone Al Vento
 
36
Non ti scordar di me
 
37
Mamma
 
38
L'ultima canzone
 
39
Serenata
 
40
Mattinata
 
41
Das Land des Lachelns - Tu che m'hai preso il cor
 
42
Core 'ngrato
 
43
Il Canto
 
44
Il gladiatore
 
45
Schubert: Ave Maria
 
46
Panis Angelicus
 
47
Beethoven: In questa tomba oscura
 
48
Santa Lucia (David Romano)
 
49
Caro mio ben
 
50
Granada
 
51
Funiculi, funicula
 
52
Libiamo ne'lieti calici (Brindisi) - Live
 
53
Au fond du temple saint
 
54
Chi mi frena in tal momento (Lucia di Lammermoor)
 
55
Si, pel ciel marmoreo giuro... (Otello)
 
56
Angiol di pace (Live from Lincoln Center)
 
57
Notte 'e piscatore (Andrea Bocelli)
 
58
Miserere (Studio Version)
 
59
Miss Sarajevo (Studio)
 
60
Live Like Horses (Studio)
 
61
I Hate You Then I Love You
 
62
Hero
 
63
Holy Mother
 
64
The Magic of Love
 
65
Too Much Love Will Kill You
 
66
Mamma
 
67
When We Dance
 
68
You're The First, The Last, My Everything
 
69
It's A Man's, Man's, Man's World
 
70
Perfect Day
 
71
Nessun Dorma (3 Tenors 1990 Version)
 

Luciano Pavarotti :

PAVAROTTI - THE GREATEST HITS


To coincide with the theatrical release of the highly anticipated Ron Howard-directed documentary "Pavarotti," Decca Records releases the new 3-CD best of collection titled Pavarotti: The Greatest Hits from Decca/UMG.

The complementary releases both feature previously unreleased music and superstar duets with the likes of Bono, Elton John, James Brown, Lou Reed, and more.

Pavarotti's incredible repertoire can be explored in depth with the new three-disc/digital best of collection, Pavarotti: The Greatest Hits, which serves as a companion to the soundtrack and film. The anthology features 67 of the world-renowned tenor's most well-known recordings and collaborations and includes the best of his "Opera Arias," "Italian Songs & Sacred Arias" and"Great Duets." Fittingly opening with his iconic performance of "Nessun dorma," the "Opera Arias" disc spans the opera legend's entire career and includes beloved performances from "La bohéme," "Rigoletto," "Pagliacci," "Tosca," "Carmen" and"Madama Butterfly." More than 20 of Pavarotti's most powerful works including "O Sole Mio," "Caruso," "Volare," "O Holy Night," "Mama" and"Funiculì, funiculà" are collected together on "Italian Songs & Sacred Arias."

The set is rounded out with a series of "Great Duets" that showcases The People's Tenor performing captivating duets with a who's who of musical superstars, including Andrea Bocelli, Céline Dion, Elton John, Eric Clapton, Mariah Carey, Stevie Wonder and more. Exclusive to the album are five previously unreleased duets with some of the biggest names in music: Barry White, James Brown, Lou Reed, Queen's Brian May andRoger Taylor, andSting. Having recently been unearthed and remastered, these tracks, recorded live at the "Pavarotti & Friends" concerts, the series of star-studded benefit performances hosted by Pavarotti in his home town of Modena, Italy between 1992 and 2003, provide a poignant reminder of Pavarotti's compassion, humanity and enduring relationships with so many comparable stars from the world of popular entertainment. Never before, or since, has an operatic superstar made such an impact. That was the special genius of Pavarotti.