Here is one piece that always makes my lists. Luciano Pavarotti, one of the greatest tenors of all time is singing "Che gelida manina" a tenor aria from the first act of Puccini's opera, La bohème. The aria is sung by Rodolfo to Mimì when they first meet. 
If you missed Wednesday’s post featuring Così fan tutte, you can find it here. Like I mentioned with Great Operatic duets, we will be revisiting Mozart…
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Mozart wrote his first opera when he was 12 years old and composed 22 operas in his lifetime. He has given us so much incredible material that we could…
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Before we get into this Sunday’s selection, we want to honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an extraordinary woman, accomplished jurist, and opera lover. You can…
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Today we’re listening to…“In quelle trine morbide,” a soprano aria from Act II of the four-act Italian opera Manon Lescaut by Giacomo Puccini. As I men…
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Today we’re listening to…“M’appari,” (originally known as “Ach, so fromm”) Lionel’s aria from Act III of the romantic comic opera Martha by Friedrich v…
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