Domingo & Carreras sings "Non Ti Scordar di Me

Top Ten Posts of May 2015

Here are the top ten most viewed posts on andantemoderato.com in May 2015. Plácido Domingo with José Carreras, “Non ti scordar di me” is leading the list.

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  1. Plácido Domingo & José Carreras – Non Ti Scordar di Me (Don’t Forget About Me)

    2,335 views in May 2015
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    Domingo & Carreras sings "Non Ti Scordar di Me
    Plácido Domingo & José Carreras sings “Non Ti Scordar di Me (Don’t Forget About Me)

    Plácido Domingo & José Carreras sings “Non Ti Scordar di Me (Don’t Forget About Me)”, for tribute to their friend Luciano Pavarotti. Prague Philharmonic Orchestra conducted by Eugene Kochn.

  2. Maria Callas sings “Casta Diva” from Norma, Bellini

    1,252 views in May 2015
    #1 in April 2015 with 2,793 views

    Maria Callas sings Casta Diva (Norma, 1958, Paris)
    Maria Callas sings “Casta Diva” from Norma, Bellini.

    Maria Callas sings “Casta Diva” from Norma, Vincenzo Bellini’s 1831 opera in two acts. Paris, 1958. The opera is regarded as a leading example of the bel canto genre and a major soprano aria, “Casta diva”, in act 1, is one of the most famous of the nineteenth century. A notable Norma of the post-war period was Maria Callas.

  3. Mario Lanza sings Nessun Dorma

    1,059 views in May 2015
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    Mario Lanza sings Nessun Dorma (Serenade, 1956)
    Mario Lanza sings Nessun Dorma (Serenade, 1956)

    American tenor Mario Lanza sings “Nessun Dorma”, a very famous tenor aria from Giacomo Puccini’s three acts opera Turandot. From the 1956 movie “Serenade”.

  4. Plácido Domingo and Plácido Domingo Jr. – “Perhaps Love”

    1,005 views in May 2015
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    "Perhaps Love" - Plácido Domingo and Plácido Domingo Jr.
    Placido Domingo makes endorsement about his son Placido Domingo Jr., closing Itunes Festival 2014 at Roundhouse London singing in duet on “Perhaps Love”.

    The legendary Spanish tenor Plácido Domingo and his son, Plácido Domingo Jr. in duet sing “Perhaps Love”. The closing of the ITunes Festival 2014 at Roundhouse, London.

  5. Arthur Rubinstein – Grieg – Piano Concerto in A minor, Op 16

    773 views in May 2015
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    Arthur Rubinstein plays Grieg's Piano Concerto
    Arthur Rubinstein plays the Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 16, by Edvard Grieg.

    Polish American classical pianist Arthur Rubinstein plays the Piano Concerto in A minor, Op. 16, by Edvard Grieg. London Symphony Orchestra conducted by André Previn. Recorded in April 1975 at London’s Fairfield Hall.

  6. Maria Callas ‘London Farewell Concert’ with Giuseppe di Stefano (1973)

    730 views in May 2015
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    Callas and di Stefano, 1973
    Callas and di Stefano, 1973

    Maria Callas’ “London Farewell Concert” at the Royal Festival Hall with the Italian operatic tenor Giuseppe di Stefano, 1973. They were accompanied by English pianist Ivor Newton, who was particularly noted as an accompanist to international singers and string players.

  7. Three versions of Schumann “Arabeske” (Arabesque)

    717 views in May 2015
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    Anna Zassimova plays Robert Schumann's Arabeske
    Anna Zassimova plays Robert Schumann’s Arabeske

    Three beautiful versions of Robert Schumann’s “Arabeske” (Arabesque) in C major, Op. 18, from the pianists Anna Zassimova, Vladimir Horowitz and Wilhelm Kempff.

  8. “O Sole Mio” from The Three Tenors (1994)

    696 views in May 2015
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    The three tenors sing "'O Sole Mio"
    The three tenors sing “‘O Sole Mio” (Los Angeles, 1994)

    The Three Tenors (Luciano Pavarotti, Plácido Domingo and José Carreras) sing the famous Neapolitan song “‘O Sole Mio”. From the Three Tenors Los Angeles Concert in 1994. This song is not included in the concert DVD.

  9. Maria Callas sings Una voce poco fa

    660 views in May 2015
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    Una voce poco fa (Maria Callas)
    Maria Callas sings Una voce poco fa

    Paris 1958. The one and only Maria Callas effortlessly sings the legitimate aria, “Una voce poco fa” of Gioachino Rossini’s opera buffa in two acts, “The Barber of Seville”. Enjoy.

  10. Hélène Grimaud plays the “Adagio” from Mozart’s Piano Concerto No.23

    616 views in May 2015
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    Adagio from Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 23 (Hélène Grimaud)
    Adagio from Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 (Hélène Grimaud)

    French classical pianist Hélène Grimaud plays the second movement, “Adagio” from Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23 in A major (K. 488). The piece is recorded for her 2011 album, “Piano Concertos”, her first ever Mozart concerto recording.