2017 is the tenth anniversary of the passing of the 20th Century's most famous tenor - Decca marks this occasion to marvel once again at the sheer quality of the voice of 'The People's Tenor' with a 101-disc collection presenting every role he ever recorded and performed. Every role since his debut recording of La Bohème in 1961 is included, allowing critics, collectors and opera lovers once more to appreciate his truly exceptional gifts. Every single opera is presented in the best possible audio quality, remastered at Abbey Road under the supervision of former Decca engineers. The box contains 95 CDs and 6 high-quality Blu-Ray audios for maximum audiophile enjoyment. Highlights: • Cooperations with the greatest conductors of our time: Karajan, Solti, Mehta, Bonynge, Levine, Chailly • Unmatched cast with soloists such as Sutherland, Horne, Crespin, Minton, Fischer-Dieskau, Ghiaurov, Milnes, Freni, Scotto, Te Kanawa, Nucci, Caballé and many more • Reference shots of La Bohème and Madama Butterfly with Karajan. In addition, Tosca, Andrea Chenier, Norma, and the incomparable Verdi Requiem with Sir Georg Solti • Various recordings of Verdi's Un Ballo in Maschera, Rigoletto, Il Trovatore and La Traviata, Donizetti's L'Elisir d'amore, as well as Leoncavallo's I Pagliacci make comparative listening possible • Pavarotti's debut recording Puccini: La Bohème (Modena, 1961) • Hardcover book with essays, photos and reminiscences of colleagues like Zubin Mehta and Mirella Freni
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