Barbara Divis | Signature Arias

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Signature Arias

by Barbara Divis

Operatic music for serious opera lovers
Genre: Classical: Traditional
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1. Amor, celeste ebbrezza from Loreley by Catalani
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2. Signore, ascolta from Turandot by Puccini
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3. Tanto amore from Turandot by Puccini
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4. Tu, che di gel sei cinta from Turandot by Puccini
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5. The Letter Scene from Eugene Onegin by Tchaikovsky
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6. Come in quest'ora bruna from Simone Boccanegra by Verdi
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7. Ecco, l'orrido campo ove s'accoppia from Un Ballo in Maschera by
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8. Morro, ma prima in grazia from Un Ballo in Maschera by Verdi
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9. L'altra notte from Mefistofole by Boito
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10. Come scoglio from Cosi fan tutte by Mozart
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11. Ain't it a pretty night from Susannah by Floyd
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Michael Vaughn

An intriguing lineup!
Divis's previous CD, "Operatic Rhapsody," hit on many of the more obvious arias - this one's a particular delight to the connoisseur. A special treat is the Letter Scene; Divis captures the fluctuating emotions of this particular scene more aptly than anyone I've ever heard. Her reading of "L'altra notte" (a personal favorite) is heartbreaking, and the pleasant surprise is Floyd's "Ain't it a pretty night," which is an absolutely rapturous piece. Who knew that she had such ability with modern American works as well? But then, it's obvious that La Divis can do anything she sets her voice to.