It is a a great experience to listen to Opera music and enjoy this super expressing and emotional art. If you are looking for some of the best opera songs of all time, prepare yourself for a nice journey here discovering 20 of the most beautiful, most popular opera songs opera arias. Here are 12 arias of the greatest opera songs. You can watch videos of all these top opera songs here. You can read the description of each opera song here to know the composer and other interesting facts about it. It was designed for lady kiki character to express her love even her father gets in the way.
Greatest opera songs list part 2 (11 – 20)
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As Dame Joan was quick to point out, there was a time when the reputation of singers faded with the living memory of the sound of their voices. But now, of course, in an age of near-perfect recording technology and the internet, the sound of these voices stay with us forever. As a recording artist, Pavarotti is arguably the most successful opera singer in history, the only classical singer to have reached No 1 in the album charts and one who did more than any other to bring the power and majesty of the opera repertoire to people all over the world. His widest fame came with the aria Nessun Dorma, from Puccini's Turandot, which became the anthem of the football World Cup, later something of a personal anthem for Pavarotti himself as he toured sports stadiums and theatres the world over, either by himself or as the central figure in the Three Tenors line up. However, it was perhaps his performances as Cavaradossi, the artist-hero of Puccini's Tosca, on which his fast-growing reputation as a consummate dramatic vocalist rested. Listen here to a much younger Pavarotti singing E lucevan le stele, one of Puccini's most compelling tragic arias, and you'll soon realise that while the singer could never claim to have been a great stage actor, the immense depth and presence of his voice could bring a character's emotions straight to the listener's heart. For further reflections from the tech-friendly music critic of the New Yorker we'll have to wait, but elsewhere on the New York blogosphere OperaChic is keen to remember the tenor's early vocal glory days and "humble origins as a ragazzo di paese, a smalltown young man".