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This video is not for any profit, I make no money off of it in any possible way. The movie is owned by Warner Brothers and I make no claim to owning it. Apparently it is also claimed by EMI too. Again I do not claim that this is mine, do not make any kind of profits from sharing this wonderful song with everyone, there is no copyright infringing, if anything this video is shown for Warner Brothers to get sales of their movie, which only they will profit from, not me. ATTENTION VIEWERS: For those who watch this and comment, for which I thank each and every one of you who do it means a lot that you people enjoy it because that was the point of putting this video up. However, to those who can't seem to say nice things, singing opera is not a competition. Pavarotti, Jussi Bjorling and Mario Lanza did not all sing this song to compete. It is not a crime to enjoy all 3 of the singers. Please do not complain that you don't like it because "Pavarotti is better" or something. I love Pavarotti's La Donna e Mobile, I love Jussi's Pearl Fishers Duet, I love Mario Lanza's Chi Mi Frena In Tal Momento... All three are amazing singers. You can like all of them. Please do not compare and complain. Thank you. Mario Lanza sings Nessun Dorma in the 1956 Classic, Serenade. Enjoy. I didn't make this video though, I found it and decided to spread the joy of his amazing voice to those who have not heard it. Also I wanted this to be on the video response of the Ultimate Nessun Dorma video since Mario Lanza was, unfortunately, not included in that video. Therefore I wanted to "add" him by doing a video response for all to see this. So yeah. Like I said, enjoy it. Thank you all for bringing this video over the 1 million view mark! I hope you all continue to watch this amazing song and pass it on to others to remember such a talented actor/singer.
Subscribe and turn on notifications to be alerted of our uploads! 🤍 00:00:00 Una furtiva lagrima - L'ELISIR D'AMORE 00:04:10 La donna e mobile - RIGOLETTO 00:06:11 Grand march - AIDA 00:10:44 Che gelida manina - LA BOHEME 00:14:45 Ave Maria - SCHUBERT 00:17:48 Celeste aida - AIDA 00:22:05 Questa o quella - RIGOLETTO 00:23:49 Mattinata - LEONCAVALLO 00:27:32 Vesti la giubba - PAGLIACCI 00:31:04 Finale - OTELLO 00:35:43 Cielo e mar - LA GIOCONDA 00:39:40 Mamma...quel vino - CAVALLERIA RUSTICANA 00:43:11 Brindisi - LA TRAVIATA 00:46:13 The Flower Song - CARMEN 00:49:40 O Paradiso! - L'AFRICANA 00:52:38 La Danza - TARANTELLA ( ROSSINI ) 00:54:02 Granada 00:57:57 O Sole Mio 01:02:15 Santa Lucia 01:05:14 Arrivederci Roma 01:08:30 Torna a Surriento 01:11:47 Besame Mucho All Materias Is From Original Vinyls/Tapes From 1947-1951 and Digital Remastered In Classical Tunes Studios In 2021. All Rights Reserved Mario Lanza was an American tenor of Italian ancestry, and an actor and Hollywood film star of the late 1940s and the 1950s. Lanza began studying to be a professional singer at the age of 16. After appearing at the Hollywood Bowl in 1947, Lanza signed a seven-year film contract with Louis B. Mayer, the head of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, who saw his performance and was impressed by his singing. Prior to that, the adult Lanza had sung only two performances of an opera. The following year (1948), however, he sang the role of Pinkerton in Puccini's Madame Butterfly in New Orleans. His film début for MGM was in That Midnight Kiss (1949) with Kathryn Grayson and Ethel Barrymore. A year later, in The Toast of New Orleans, his featured popular song "Be My Love" became his first million-selling hit. In 1951, he played the role of tenor Enrico Caruso, his idol, in the biopic The Great Caruso, which produced another million-seller with "The Loveliest Night of the Year" (a song which used the melody of Sobre las Olas). The Great Caruso was the top-grossing film that year. The title song of his next film, Because You're Mine, was his final million-selling hit song. The song went on to receive an Academy Award nomination for Best Original Song. After recording the soundtrack for his next film, The Student Prince, he embarked upon a protracted battle with studio head Dore Schary arising from artistic differences with director Curtis Bernhardt, and was eventually dismissed by MGM. Lanza was known to be "rebellious, tough, and ambitious." During most of his film career, he suffered from addictions to overeating and alcohol which had a serious effect on his health and his relationships with directors, producers and, occasionally, other cast members. Hollywood columnist Hedda Hopper writes that "his smile, which was as big as his voice, was matched with the habits of a tiger cub, impossible to housebreak." She adds that he was the "last of the great romantic performers".He made three more films before dying of an apparent pulmonary embolism at the age of 38. At the time of his death in 1959 he was still "the most famous tenor in the world". Author Eleonora Kimmel concludes that Lanza "blazed like a meteor whose light lasts a brief moment in time” Check our Fantastic Selection with the best Classical Music for Relaxation, Meditation, Focus, Reading, Studying and Stress Relief: 🤍 🤍 🤍 Check our channel including the best music from Grieg, Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Vivaldi, Debussy, Brahms, Handel, Chopin, Schubert, Haydn, Dvorak, Schumann, Tchaikovsky and many more: 🤍 We also have a fine selection with the best Baroque Music: 🤍 🤍 Follow us also on Spotify: 🤍 #MarioLanza #Opera #Tenor
subscribe / iscriviti al Canale Grecords: 🤍 Grecords Gallotti Domenico Ed. Mus 🤍grecords.it 🤍 01 O Sole mio 00:00 02 Funiculi' Funicula' 04:19 03 Come Facette Mammeta 06:49 04 Core 'ngrato 08:44 05 Granada 12:02 06 Mattinata 15:56 07 Dicitencello vuie 19:39 08 Nessun dorma 23:01 09 Arrivederci Roma 26:15 10 La Danza 29:30 11 'N Sera 'E Maggio 30:55 12 Voce 'E Notte 34:14 13 Amor ti vieta 37:54 14 Non ti scordar di me 39:18 15 Passione 42:10 16 Fenesta che lucive 46:15 17 Tu ca nun chiagne 49:52 18 Bésame Mucho 52:26 19 Santa Lucia Luntana 55:20 20 Musica proibita 58:48 21 Torna a Surriento 01:02:03 22 Maria Mari' 01:04:49 23 La Spagnola 01:08:06 24 Canta pe'mme 01:11:21 25 O Surdato 'Namurato 01:14:40
Mario Lanza, from 1949, has an audition!
Mark Vincent sings a virtual duet with Mario Lanza on 'Because You're Mine', taken from the album "A Tribute To Mario Lanza." Out now: 🤍 Follow Mark Vincent: Www.markvincent.com.au Www.facebook.com/markvincent
Mario Lanza and the Kirov Ballet make this a fun video. The Nutcracker video will please children too. The perfection of Lanza's voice is united with the perfection of the Kirov Ballet of St. Petersburg. Their dancing will delight the child in all of us. Something about their dancing reminds me of marionettes, perhaps because they are so very light on their feet. May you smile and enjoy the singing and dancing as you watch this. Special thanks go to the following video hosts, master painters, and other media: The information below is from: 🤍 You will find many wonderful videos hosted by khankonchak. Check out the site at: 🤍 Mario Lanza (1921-1959) "La Spagnola" is by Vincenzo di Chiara La Spagnola's Lyrics Bella spagnola che canti tu sei piu vaga d'un fior ! sogno di luce, che incanti come una maga d'amor. Vieni ! vieni! stretto al tuo seno ognor, la spagnola da te sapra come e dolce la volutta! Bella che senti nel core l'ansia dei baci fiorir. Bella, che cerchi l'amore come un supremo desir Two separate sites were used for the ballet sequences. First: The Nutcracker - Act 2 - Spanish Dance which was uploaded by radostsguy. Visit the site at: 🤍 there are 73 videos there. The Spanish Dance is found at: 🤍 Second: P.I.Tchaikovsky - The Nutcracker 🤍 Uploaded by ballettheatre, visit the site at: 🤍 there are 30 videos there. Master Painters are listed in the order of their paintings: John Singer Sargent - Betty Wertheimer Giovanni Boldini - A Beauty with Lilacs Giovanni Boldini - Countess de Rasty Seated in an Armchair Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta - The Model Aline Masson with a White Mantilla Turner Classic Movies: The photographs of Mario Lanza were taken from the film "The Great Caruso". It is a simply marvelous film which is available for purchase from TCM.
Subscribe and click the bell icon to get more arts content every week: youtube.com/c/PerspectiveArts A profile of Mario Lanza, the American tenor who introduced opera to the masses in the 40s and 50s, long before Pavarotti, Carreras and Domingo's Three Tenors. Perspective is YouTube's home for the arts. Come here to get your fill of great music, theatre, art and much, much more! From Opera Legends Content licensed from 3DD to Little Dot Studios. Any queries, please contact us at: perspective🤍littledotstudios.com
To celebrate Mario's centenary, here is a collection of recordings, movie & TV appearances & montages. I've a few nice editing touches in here, I hope you enjoy. This is not a "best of" but more of an editing free-flow, a kind of stream of consciousness. I also wanted to feature moments I maybe haven't focused on as much in my other videos so far. Viva Mario! I make no revenue from YouTube but If you would like to help me be able to create more content, please consider becoming a patron by donating whatever you can to: 🤍
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Live performance from the London Palladium (1957).
This video is best viewed at 480p. Mario Lanza's very beautiful voice singing O Holy Night, together with paintings of Christmas which are appropriate to the song lyrics and by well-known old master artists, blend together to remind the viewer of the wonder of Christmas. The paintings of many different old master artists are used for this video. Several artists are represented by two or more paintings each: Peter Paul Rubens, Bartolomé Estebán Murillo, Frederic E. Church, Gustave Doré, and William Adolphe Bouguereau. The names of the different artists whose paintings are used are listed in the order of their painting's appearance in the video. The artists are: Bartolomé Estebán Murillo, Peter Paul Rubens, Carlo Maratti, Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio, Gustave Doré, Gustave Doré, Jacques Louis David, Lorenzo Monaco, Gentile da Fabriano, Frederic E. Church, Frederic E. Church, Annibale Carraci, Gaspare Diziani, Benedetto Gennari II, José de Ribera, Francesco Giambattista da Ponte (called Bassano), Jean-Honoré Fragonard, Bartolomeo Passerotti, Gustave Clarence Rodolphe Boulanger, Domenico Bigordi called Ghirlandaio, Alessandro Botticelli, Jan Van Eyck, William Adolphe Bouguereau, William Adolphe Bouguereau, Bartolomé Estebán Murillo, Peter Paul Rubens, Bartolomé Estebán Murillo, Francisco Zubarán, Anton Rafael Mengs, Alessandro Bonvicino (also Buonvicino) called Moretto da Brescia, Pieter van Lint, an unknown artist, and Lodovico Carracci Bargellini.
A small re-imagining of the finale of Mario Lanza's 1951 film, "The Great Caruso". I always have images and sounds come into my head whenever I watch this ending so I thought I'd put it together. I make no revenue from YouTube but If you would like to help me be able to create more content, please consider becoming a patron by donating whatever you can to: 🤍
The Great Caruso (1951) #WarnerArchive #WarnerBros #TheGreatCaruso Bravo, Enrico! Bravo, Mario! Renowned tenor Mario Lanza portrays his longtime singing idol Enrico Caruso in the crowd-pleasing musical that was 1951’s #4 box-office hit. Suggested by Dorothy Caruso’s biography of her husband, The Great Caruso rings out with aural pleasures (27 musical selections) and shines with the grandeur of a life lovingly refracted through the Hollywood biopic lens. The music (by Puccini, Donizetti, Verdi and more) emphasizes works most closely associated with Caruso. The story, spanning Caruso’s Naples boyhood to worldwide acclaim and tragedy-stricken final performance, touches on the down-to-earth character traits that spread the singer’s fame beyond the black-tie society of Metropolitan Opera connoisseurs. Nominated for three 1951 Academy Awards®, the movie won for Best Sound Recording. Special Features: Documentary "Mario Lanza: Singing to the Gods"; Theatrical Trailer (HD), Directed By Richard Thorpe Starring Mario Lanza, Ann Blyth, Dorothy Kirsten Subscribe to watch more Warner Archive videos: 🤍 FOLLOW WARNER ARCHIVE ON SOCIAL Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 ABOUT WARNER ARCHIVE Warner Archive Collection is a branch of Warner Bros home entertainment that releases classic films and TV that were previously unreleased. Thousands of Films, TV movies and series on Blu-ray and DVD direct from the studio. WAC started as a MOD (manufactured on demand) eCommerce business in 2009 and have released over 2,500 titles spanning from the 1920s to present with distribution outlets that now include wholesale, licensee, and retail partners. Available at 🤍 Warner Archive 🤍
MARIO LANZA Singt. " M'APPARÌ TUTTO AMOR Finale Opera " dalla MARTA di FRIEDRICH VON FLOTOW - Sequenze dal film musicale il GRANDE CARUSO.
07 de outubro de 1959 - morre Mario Lanza, tenor e ator norte-americano - Hoje na História Alfredo Arnoldo Cocozza, conhecido pelo nome artístico de Mario Lanza, tenor e ator norte-americano, morre em Roma aos 38 anos, em 7 de outubro de 1859. O artista foi vítima de um ataque cardíaco, seguido de uma pneumonia dupla em agosto. Após a morte, a viúva, Betty Cocozza, mudou-se com os 4 filhos do casal para Hollywood, onde se suicidou com barbitúricos cinco meses depois. Cocozza nasceu em 31 de janeiro de 1921 na Filadélfia, filho de imigrantes italianos. Aos 16 anos, anunciou sua intenção de converter-se em cantor. Foi descoberto pelo maestro Sergei Koussevitzky - que ficou tão impressionado com sua voz que lhe garantiu uma bolsa de estudos. Nesta época, decidiu usar Mario Lanza como nome artístico por sugestão de sua mãe, uma cantora amadora. Estreou no Festival de Música de Berkshire, cantando em As Alegre Comadres de Windsor de Carl Nicolai. Sua carreira operística foi interrompida pela Segunda Guerra Mundial após ser chamado ao Exército. Retomou a carreira em outubro de 1945 num programa radiofónico da CBS chamado "Os Grandes Momentos da Música", em que fez seis apresentações. Mais tarde estudou sob a orientação de Enrico Rosati. Veja a matéria completa em: 🤍 Quer contribuir com Opera Mundi via PIX? Nossa chave é apoie🤍operamundi.com.br (Razão Social: Última Instancia Editorial Ltda.). Desde já agradecemos! Seja membro deste canal e ganhe benefícios: 🤍 Se você acha importante que um site brasileiro se dedique a conteúdos como este, apoie Opera Mundi! Faça uma assinatura solidária em 🤍 🙂 #EuApoioOperaMundi _ Siga nossas redes sociais: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 (🤍operamundi) Instagram: 🤍
Mario Lanza sings O sole mio recorded 1949 O sole mio ( My Sun) 1898 Words Giovanni Capurro Music Eduardo di Capua Mario was one of the most polular singers of the age, and still as a lange fan base all over the world. Mario had short time on this earth, he died aged 38 in 1959 but left us with meny beutifull songs. Enjoy
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Provided to YouTube by Sony Classical Turandot: Nessun Dorma · Mario Lanza · Giacomo Puccini · Ray Heindorf Mario Lanza - The Best of Everything ℗ 2017 Sony Music Entertainment Released on: 2017-03-10 Librettist: Giuseppe Adami Auto-generated by YouTube.