Berlioz: Sur les monts les plus sauvages (from Benvenuto Cellini)

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Alain Vanzo: French Arias

Alain Vanzo: French Arias


Barrière, A:

Elle était si jolie

Berlioz:

Sur les monts les plus sauvages (from Benvenuto Cellini)

Bizet:

Je crois entendre encore (from Les Pêcheurs de Perles)

La jolie fille de Perth: Serenade

Delibes:

Lakmé! Lakmé! Ah! Viens dans la forêt profonde (from Lakmé)

Gounod:

Quel trouble inconnu me pénètre… Salut! Demeure chaste et pure (from Faust)

Mon cœur est plein d'un noir soucis... Anges du Paradis (from Mireille)

L'amour, l'amour... Ah, lève-toi soleil (from Roméo et Juliette)

Salut tombeau (from Roméo & Juliette)

Gretry:

Si l'universe entier m'oublie

Krier:

Le Rêve passe

Lalo:

Vainement, ma bien-aimée (from Le roi d’Ys)

Massenet:

Instant charmant … En fermant les yeux (from Manon)

Je suis seul, seul enfin... Ah fuyez douce image (from Manon)

Pourquoi me reveiller (from Werther)

O bien aimée (from La Navarraise)

Thomas, Ambroise:

Adieu, Mignon! Courage! (Mignon)

Verdi:

O jours de peine

Je l'ai perdue! (from Don Carlos)


Alain Vanzo (tenor)

Alain Vanzo was born in Monaco in April 1928 and was apparently a gifted musician from an early age. From an inauspicious start, he was eventually heard by a singing teacher who recognised his talents, and from that point on, he was lucky enough to be integrated into the French music scene where he triumphed in various performances.

He made his debut at the Pera and the Opera-Comique in 1957, going on to sing the Duke of Mantua that same year.

He became known and respected as a lyric tenor and matured towards a more robust tenor, culminating in him taking on Werther at aged 40 and Don Jose at aged 45. By the time he reached the age of 48, and after his performance of Faust in 1976 in the US, he had become a star and this disc shows exactly why he was so well respected.

“What comes across is a singer with impeccable voice production, excellent diction, a pleasantly robust timbre – and, judging by the 1982 French-language interview included here, a refreshingly down-to-earth attitude to his art.” Financial Times, 8th June 2013 *****

“some of the most sheerly elegant and engaging tenor singing on record...everything he sings is worth hearing for the intrinsic charm and beauty of his very Gallic lyric tenor.” MusicWeb International, 25th July 2013

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Berlioz Arias

Berlioz Arias


Berlioz:

Du peuple et des soldats (from Les Troyens)

O blonde Cérès (from Les Troyens)

Inutiles regrets…En un dernier naufrage (from Les Troyens)

L'Enfance du Christ, Op. 25: Les pèlerins étant venus

Queen Mab scherzo (from Roméo et Juliette)

La Damnation de Faust, Op. 24: Merci, doux crépuscule!

La Damnation de Faust: Devant la maison

La Damnation de Faust, Op. 24: Grands dieux!

La Damnation de Faust, Op. 24: Ange adore

La Damnation de Faust, Op. 24: Nature immense, impénétrable et fière

Ah! Je vais l'aimer, mon cœur me l'annonce (from Béatrice et Bénédict)

Lélio, ou Le Retour a la vie: L'onde frémit, l'onde s'agite

Lélio, ou Le Retour a la vie: O mon bonheur, ma vie

Une heure encore (from Benvenuto Cellini)

La gloire etait ma seule idole (from Benvenuto Cellini)

Seul pour lutter, seul avec mon courage (from Benvenuto Cellini)

Sur les monts les plus sauvages (from Benvenuto Cellini)

Hymne des Marseillais


DG - E4776277

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