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Birgit Nilsson - Liebestod

Anna Moffo -  Sempre libera- La Traviata 

Giulietta Simionato "O mio Fernando"

La Favorita

Giuseppe Giacomini and Sherrill Milnes sing Si, pel ciel

Una Furtiva Lagrima - Enrico Caruso 1904

Shirley Verrett and Jon Vickers "Mon coeur s'ouvre a ta voix"

La Mamma Morta - Eva Marton, 1985

Stephanie Blythe "Cruda sorte"

L'Italiana in Algeri

Anna Netrebko - Adriana Lecouvreur "Io son l'umile ancella" - Cilea: Tucker Opera Gala 2016

Wagner - Lohengrin, Act 3 - Ortrud: Fahr heim! (Petra Lang, Bayreuth, 2011)

Håkan Hagegård sings "O du mein holder Abendstern" (Tannhäuser)

Es gibt ein Reich by Jessye Norman

Jonas Kaufmann 'E lucevan le stelle' Tosca

Maria Callas - Vissi d'arte (Puccini, Tosca)

Joan Sutherland - Bell Song from Lakmé

Ezio Pinza Vecchia Zimarra

Luciano Pavarotti. I Pagliacci.

R. Leoncavallo.

Christa Ludwig - Einsam wachend in der Nacht (Brangäne's Warning)

Franco Corelli - The Tokyo Concert (1971)

Mahler: Symphony No. 2: Mov. 5 -

Part 4 of 4 finale Janet Baker, 

Dame Joan Sutherland and Luciano Pavarotti - 'Parigi, o cara'  La traviata


Listen. Learn. Enjoy. Be Inspired

Learning and drawing inspiration from the "greats" who came before us and the "greats" who exist among us is one of the most enjoyable and beneficial practices of being an opera singer. At Operapolitan, we affectionately call this page "The Great Wall." Its contents will be rotated regularly so that you can enjoy the singers who happen to be your favorites, and hopefully be introduced to some new ones.