FERNANDO CORENA - IN ORBIT

FERNANDO CORENA
IN ORBIT

Iller Pattacini
Int. Release 02 Jun. 2014
1 CD / Download
0289 480 8147 9
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Track List

Leonard Bernstein (1918 - 1990)
West Side Story

1.
2:35

John Charles Sacco
Francis Lemarque (1917 - 2002)
3.
3:46

Fernando Corena, Iller Pattacini

Jack Trommer
4.
3:47

Iller Pattacini
Ruprecht
Lioba

6.
0:55

Fernando Corena, Cliff Adams Singers, Iller Pattacini

Bernard Lancelle
Fernando Corena, Iller Pattacini

Emile Reisdorff
Fernando Corena, Cliff Adams Singers, Iller Pattacini

Rudolf Sieczynski (1879 - 1952)
Ralph Benatzky (1884 - 1957)
Robert Stolz (1880 - 1975)
Don't ask me why (Frag' nicht, warum ich gehe)

11.
3:02

Cesare Andrea Bixio (1896 - 1978)
Simon Mayr
Giovanni d'Anzi (1906 - 1974)
Iller Pattacini
Francesco Paolo Tosti (1846 - 1916)
16.
2:53

Fernando Corena, Iller Pattacini

Louis Pierre Dominique Ferrari
17.
2:07

Fernando Corena

Ernesto Tagliaferri (1889 - 1937)
Ernesto de Curtis (1875 - 1937)
19.
3:25

Eduardo di Capua (1865 - 1917), Alfredo Mazzucchi (1879 - 1972)
Parente
21.
2:56

Salvatore d'Esposito (1903 - 1982)
Rodolfo Falvo (1873 - 1937)
Fernando Corena, Ernest Nicelli

Gioacchino Rossini (1792 - 1868)
Il barbiere di Siviglia

Act 1

La gazza ladra

Act 1

Gaetano Donizetti (1797 - 1848)
L'elisir d'amore

Act 1

Don Pasquale

Act 1

Fernando Corena, L'Orchestre de la Suisse Romande, Alberto Erede

Total Playing Time: 1:14:54

"A Paris" and "Vielles Années," both bal-musette numbers one could have heard at a Parisian dance hall, are charmingly sung to a welcome reduced accompaniment consisting mostly of accordion and guitar . . . popular favorites such as Bixio's "Canta, se la vuoi cantar" and Tosti's "Marechiare," which Corena delivers with energy and verve . . . His memorable rendition of "Domino" from Decca's "Die Fledermaus" gala set is also included; a highlight of that recording, it is a highlight of this one as well. We are also treated to four excerpts from the bel canto basso buffo repertoire for which he was best known -- arias from Rossini's "La Gazza Ladra" and "Il Barbiere di Siviglia", and Donizetti's "Don Pasquale" and "L'Elisir d'Amore". In each of them, he demonstrates his comedic gifts, his excellent diction, and his musicianship . . .