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Maria Callas - 90 Most Beautiful Opera Arias / New Mastering .
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Georges Bizet (1838-1875) / Carmen
1.Lamour est un oiseau rebelle / Habanera, Act l (00:00)
2.Près des remparts de Seville / Séguedille, Act l (04:17)
Tenor : Nicolai Gedda
3.Les tringles des sistres tintaient / Chanson bohème, Act Il (08:47)
Mezzo Soprano : Jane Berbié, Soprano : Nadine Sauterau
Chœurs René Duclos / Chorus Master : Jean Laforge
Orchestre du Théâtre National de l'Opéra de Paris / Georges Prêtre, 1964
Léo Delibes (1836-1891) / Lakmé
4.Dov'è l'indiana bruna ? / Lakmé, Act Il (13:04)
Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Tullio Serafin, 1955
Giacomo Puccini (1858-1924) / Gianni Schicchi
5.O mio babbino caro (21:03)
Philharmonia Orchestra / Tullio Serafin, 1954
G. P. / Tosca
6.Mario! Mario! Mario!, Act I (23:34)
7.Vissi d'arte, Act II (35:44)
8.Senti, l'ora vicina, Act Ill (39:00)
Tenor : Giuseppe di Stefano
Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Victor de Sabata, 1953
Vincenzo Bellini (1801-1835) / Norma
9.Casta Diva, Act l
10.Mira, o Norma, Act Il (44:22)
Mezzo-Soprano : Ebe Stignani (51:40)
Coro e Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Antonino Votto, 1954
G. P. / La Bohème
11.O soave fanciulla, Act I (58:52)
Tenor : Giuseppe di Stefano
Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Antonino Votto, 1956
12.Sì. Mi chiamano Mimì, Act I (1:02:56)
13.Donde pieta uscì, Act III (1:07:43)
G. P. / Suor Angelica
14.Senza mamma, O bimbo (1:10:58)
Philharmonia Orchestra / Tullio Serafin, 1954
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Christoph Willibald Gluck (1714-1787) / Orphée et Eurydice
23.Jai perdu mon Eurydice, Act IV (1:47:20)
Camille Saint-Saëns (1835-1921) / Samson et Dalila
24.Printemps qui commence, Act l (1:51:40)
25.Samson, recherchant ma présence..Amour! Viens aider ma faiblesse! Act Il (1:56:49)
26.Mon coeur s'ouvre ta voix, Act Il (2:00:55)
Charles Gounod (1818-1893) / Roméo et Juliette
27.Ah! Je veux vivre dans ce rêve, Act l (2:06:07)
Ambroise Thomas (1811-1896) / Mignon
28.Ah, pour ce soir.. Je suis Titania - Polonaise, Act Il (2:09:42)
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G. P. / Manon Lescaut
39.In quelle trine morbide, Act II (3:11:11)
40.Sola, perduta, abbandonata, Act IV (3:13:57)
G. P. / Madama Butterfly
41.Vogliatemi bene, Act l (3:19:47)
Tenor : Nicolai Gedda
Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Herbert von Karajan, 1955
42.Un bel dì vedremo, Act Il (3:27:03)
43.Con onor muore, Act Il (3:31:32)
G. P. / Turandot
44.Signore, ascolta, Act l (3:35:10)
45.ln questa reggia Act Il (3:37:34)
46.Tu, che di gel sei cinta, Act III (3:43:54)
Philharmonia Orchestra / Tullio Serafin, 1954
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Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) / Rigoletto
54.Gualtier Maldè.. Caro nome, Act l (4:25:05)
Tenor : Renato Ercolani / Baritone : William Dickie / Bass : Carlo Forti
Coro e Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Tullio Serafin, 1955
G. V. / Il Trovatore
55.Che più t'arresti?.. (4:32:33)
56.Tacea la notte placida, Act l (4:34/49)
57.Quanto narrasti di turbamento.. (4:38:23)
58.Di tale amor, Act l (4:39:13)
59.Siam giunti; ecco la torre.. (4:40:49)
60.Damor sull'ali rosee, Act IV (4:43:55)
61.Miserere...Quel suon, quelle preci, Act IV (4:47:56)
62.Di te, di te scordami! Tu vedrai che amore in terra, Act IV (4:52:50)
Mezzo Soprano : Luisa Villa
Tenors : Giuseppe di Stefano, Renato Ercolani
Coro e Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Herbert von Karajan, 1956
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G. V. / Aida
67.Qui Radamès verrà!.. (5:21:19)
68.O patria mia, Act III (5:22:59)
69.O terra, addio, Act IV (5:28:24)
Tenor : Richard Tucker / Mezzo-Soprano : Fedora Barbieri
Coro e Orchestra del Teatro alla Scala di Milano / Tullio Serafin, 1955
G. V. / Macbeth
70.Nel della vittoria.. Ambizoso spirto.. Vieni! t'affretta, Act l (5:33:17)
71.La luce langue, Act Il (5:41:00)
72.Una macchia qui tuttora, Act IV (5:45:07)
G. V. / Ernani 73.Surta la notte...Ernani, Ernani. involami, Act l (5:56:20)
G. V. / Don Carlo 74.Tu che le vanità, Act IV (6:02:33)
Philharmonia Orchestra / Nicola Rescigno, 1958
G. V. / Otello
75.Mi parea. M'ingiunse di coricarmi.. (6:13:12)
76.Piangea cantando.. (6:18:31)
77.Ave Maria, piena di grazia, Act IV (6:25:46)
G. V. / Aroldo 78.O, cielo! Dove son io? Act Il (6:30:17)
G. V. / Don Carlo 79.O don fatale, Act Ill (6:39:55)
G. V. / Aida 80.Ritorna vincitor! Act l (6:44:34)
Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire / Nicola Rescigno 1963-64
* COMPLETE PLAYLIST : LOOK THE FIRST COMMENT *
Soprano : MARIA CALLAS
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By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV
The Associated Press
MOSCOW - The Russian navy conducted major war games near Alaska involving dozens of ships and aircraft, the military said Friday, the biggest such drills in the area since Soviet times.
Russia's navy chief, Adm. Nikolai Yevmenov, said that more than 50 warships and about 40 aircraft were taking part in the exercise in the Bering Sea, which involved multiple practice missile launches.
"We are holding such massive drills there for the first time ever," Yevmenov said in a statement released by the Russian Defense Ministry.
It wasn't immediately clear when the exercises began or if they had finished.
Yevmenov emphasized that the war games are part of Russia's efforts to boost its presence in the Arctic region and protect its resources.
 "We are building up our forces to ensure the economic development of the region," he said. "We are getting used to the Arctic spaces."
The Russian military has rebuilt and expanded numerous facilities across the polar region in recent years, revamping runways and deploying additional air defense assets.
Russia has prioritized boosting its military presence in the Arctic region, which is thought to hold up to one-quarter of the Earth's undiscovered oil and gas. Russian President Vladimir Putin has cited estimates that put the value of Arctic mineral riches at $30 trillion.
Russia's Pacific Fleet, whose assets were taking part in the maneuvers, said the Omsk nuclear submarine and the Varyag missile cruiser launched cruise missiles at a practice target in the Bering Sea as part of the exercise.
The maneuvers also saw Onyx cruise missiles being fired at a practice target in the Gulf of Anadyr from the coast of the Chukchi Peninsula, it added.
As the exercise was ongoing, U.S. military spotted a Russian submarine surfacing near Alaska on Thursday. U.S. Northern Command spokesman Bill Lewis noted that the Russian military exercise is taking place in international waters, well outside U.S. territory.
Lewis said the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command were closely monitoring the submarine. He added that they haven't received any requests for assistance from the Russian navy but stand ready to assist those in distress.
Russian state RIA Novosti news agency quoted Russia's Pacific Fleet sources as saying that the surfacing of the Omsk nuclear submarine was routine.
 It cited former Russian navy's chief of staff, retired Adm. Viktor Kravchenko, as saying that by having the submarine surface in the area the navy may have wanted to send a deliberate signal.
"It's a signal that we aren't asleep and we are wherever we want," RIA Novosti quoted Kravchenko as saying.
The presence of Russian military assets in the area caused a stir for U.S. commercial fishing vessels in the Bering Sea on Wednesday.
"We were notified by multiple fishing vessels that were operating out the Bering Sea that they had come across these vessels and were concerned," U.S. Coast Guard spokesman Kip Wadlow said Thursday.
The Coast Guard contacted the Alaskan Command at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, which confirmed the ships were there as part of a pre-planned Russian military exercise that was known to some U.S. military officials, he said.
The Russian military has expanded the number and the scope of its war games in recent years as Russia-West relations have sunk to their lowest level since the Cold War after Russia's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula and other crises.


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By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV
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MOSCOW - The Russian navy conducted major war games near Alaska involving dozens of ships and aircraft, the military said Friday, the biggest such drills in the area since Soviet times.
Russia's navy chief, Adm. Nikolai Yevmenov, said that more than 50 warships and about 40 aircraft were taking part in the exercise in the Bering Sea, which involved multiple practice missile launches.
"We are holding such massive drills there for the first time ever," Yevmenov said in a statement released by the Russian Defense Ministry.
It wasn't immediately clear when the exercises began or if they had finished.
Yevmenov emphasized that the war games are part of Russia's efforts to boost its presence in the Arctic region and protect its resources.
 "We are building up our forces to ensure the economic development of the region," he said. "We are getting used to the Arctic spaces."
The Russian military has rebuilt and expanded numerous facilities across the polar region in recent years, revamping runways and deploying additional air defense assets.
Russia has prioritized boosting its military presence in the Arctic region, which is thought to hold up to one-quarter of the Earth's undiscovered oil and gas. Russian President Vladimir Putin has cited estimates that put the value of Arctic mineral riches at $30 trillion.
Russia's Pacific Fleet, whose assets were taking part in the maneuvers, said the Omsk nuclear submarine and the Varyag missile cruiser launched cruise missiles at a practice target in the Bering Sea as part of the exercise.
The maneuvers also saw Onyx cruise missiles being fired at a practice target in the Gulf of Anadyr from the coast of the Chukchi Peninsula, it added.
As the exercise was ongoing, U.S. military spotted a Russian submarine surfacing near Alaska on Thursday. U.S. Northern Command spokesman Bill Lewis noted that the Russian military exercise is taking place in international waters, well outside U.S. territory.
Lewis said the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command were closely monitoring the submarine. He added that they haven't received any requests for assistance from the Russian navy but stand ready to assist those in distress.
Russian state RIA Novosti news agency quoted Russia's Pacific Fleet sources as saying that the surfacing of the Omsk nuclear submarine was routine.
 It cited former Russian navy's chief of staff, retired Adm. Viktor Kravchenko, as saying that by having the submarine surface in the area the navy may have wanted to send a deliberate signal.
"It's a signal that we aren't asleep and we are wherever we want," RIA Novosti quoted Kravchenko as saying.
The presence of Russian military assets in the area caused a stir for U.S. commercial fishing vessels in the Bering Sea on Wednesday.
"We were notified by multiple fishing vessels that were operating out the Bering Sea that they had come across these vessels and were concerned," U.S. Coast Guard spokesman Kip Wadlow said Thursday.
The Coast Guard contacted the Alaskan Command at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, which confirmed the ships were there as part of a pre-planned Russian military exercise that was known to some U.S. military officials, he said.
The Russian military has expanded the number and the scope of its war games in recent years as Russia-West relations have sunk to their lowest level since the Cold War after Russia's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula and other crises.


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By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV
The Associated Press
MOSCOW - The Russian navy conducted major war games near Alaska involving dozens of ships and aircraft, the military said Friday, the biggest such drills in the area since Soviet times.
Russia's navy chief, Adm. Nikolai Yevmenov, said that more than 50 warships and about 40 aircraft were taking part in the exercise in the Bering Sea, which involved multiple practice missile launches.
"We are holding such massive drills there for the first time ever," Yevmenov said in a statement released by the Russian Defense Ministry.
It wasn't immediately clear when the exercises began or if they had finished.
Yevmenov emphasized that the war games are part of Russia's efforts to boost its presence in the Arctic region and protect its resources.
 "We are building up our forces to ensure the economic development of the region," he said. "We are getting used to the Arctic spaces."
The Russian military has rebuilt and expanded numerous facilities across the polar region in recent years, revamping runways and deploying additional air defense assets.
Russia has prioritized boosting its military presence in the Arctic region, which is thought to hold up to one-quarter of the Earth's undiscovered oil and gas. Russian President Vladimir Putin has cited estimates that put the value of Arctic mineral riches at $30 trillion.
Russia's Pacific Fleet, whose assets were taking part in the maneuvers, said the Omsk nuclear submarine and the Varyag missile cruiser launched cruise missiles at a practice target in the Bering Sea as part of the exercise.
The maneuvers also saw Onyx cruise missiles being fired at a practice target in the Gulf of Anadyr from the coast of the Chukchi Peninsula, it added.
As the exercise was ongoing, U.S. military spotted a Russian submarine surfacing near Alaska on Thursday. U.S. Northern Command spokesman Bill Lewis noted that the Russian military exercise is taking place in international waters, well outside U.S. territory.
Lewis said the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command were closely monitoring the submarine. He added that they haven't received any requests for assistance from the Russian navy but stand ready to assist those in distress.
Russian state RIA Novosti news agency quoted Russia's Pacific Fleet sources as saying that the surfacing of the Omsk nuclear submarine was routine.
 It cited former Russian navy's chief of staff, retired Adm. Viktor Kravchenko, as saying that by having the submarine surface in the area the navy may have wanted to send a deliberate signal.
"It's a signal that we aren't asleep and we are wherever we want," RIA Novosti quoted Kravchenko as saying.
The presence of Russian military assets in the area caused a stir for U.S. commercial fishing vessels in the Bering Sea on Wednesday.
"We were notified by multiple fishing vessels that were operating out the Bering Sea that they had come across these vessels and were concerned," U.S. Coast Guard spokesman Kip Wadlow said Thursday.
The Coast Guard contacted the Alaskan Command at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, which confirmed the ships were there as part of a pre-planned Russian military exercise that was known to some U.S. military officials, he said.
The Russian military has expanded the number and the scope of its war games in recent years as Russia-West relations have sunk to their lowest level since the Cold War after Russia's 2014 annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula and other crises.


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