Album · 2004 · 12 Songs. Lebendige Vergangenheit - Ferruccio Tagliavini. Le Grandi Voci Della Canzone Italiana: Carlo Buti. Le Grandi Voci Della Canzone Italiana.
Le rêve (The Dream) is the sixteenth novel in the Rougon-Macquart series by Émile Zola. It is about an orphan girl who falls in love with a nobleman, and is set in the years 1860–69. The novel was published by Charpentier in October 1888 and translated into English by Eliza E. Chase as The Dream in 1893 (reprinted in 2005). Other recent translations are by Michael Glencross (Peter Owen 2005), Andrew Brown (Hesperus Press 2005), and Paul Gibbard (Oxford World's Classics 2018).
Ferruccio Tagliavini (1913 – 1995) was an Italian operatic tenor mainly active in the 1940s and 1950s. Tagliavini was hailed as the heir apparent to Tito Schipa and Beniamino Gigli in the lyric-opera repertory due to the exceptional beauty of his voice, but he did not sustain his great early promise across the full span of his career.
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|A1||–Ferruccio Tagliavini With Don Voorhees And His Orchestra||Le Reve (From "Manon")
Composed By – Massenet*
|A2||–Ferruccio Tagliavini With Don Voorhees And His Orchestra||O Paridiso (From "L'Africana")
Composed By – Meyerbeer*
|B||–Mona Paulee With Andre Kostelanetz And His Orchestra*||Romany Life
Composed By – Herbert*
NotesSide A - Operatic "UU" Release
Side B - Vocal "UU" Release
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, [Label]): JB 471
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, [Label]): JB 484