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CDs with: Pinza, Ezio

Oscar Hammerstein II.
People will say we're in love (Alfred Drake and Joan Roberts) -- Soliloquy (John Raitt) -- Lover, come back to me (Billie Holiday) -- It might as well be spring (Margaret Whiting) -- It's a grand night for singing (Dick Haymes) -- Who? (Judy Garland) -- If I loved you (Jo Stafford) -- The gentleman is a dope (Lisa Kirk) -- Some enchanted evening (Ezio Pinza) -- I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair (Mary Martin) -- A kiss to build a dream on (Louis Armstrong and the All-Stars) -- No other love (Perry Como) -- Everybody's got a home but me (Judy Tyler) -- When I grow too old to dream (Teddi King) -- I've told every little star (David Allyn) -- I'm one of God's children (Judy Holliday) -- All in fun (Mabel Mercer) -- Love, look away (Marilyn Horne) -- Hello, young lovers (Barbara Cook) -- The folks who live on the hill (Mel Tormé) -- The sound of music (Julie Andrews).
CD 1855
Ponselle.
La gioconda. Suicidio (4:16) (recorded January 14, 1925) / Ponchielli -- Otello. The willow song (4:39) (recorded January 23, 1924) ; Ave Maria (4:26) (recorded January 23, 1924) ; Aida. O patria mia (4:41) (recorded December 11, 1923) ; Pur ti riveggo (8:00) (recorded February 7, 1924) ; Ernani. Ernani, involami (4:46) (recorded January 23, 1924) / Verdi -- La vestale. Tu che invoco (4:32) (recorded May 18, 1926) ; O nume tutelar (3:32) (recorded May 18, 1926) / Spontini -- La forza del destino. La vergine degli angeli (4:38) (recorded January 23, 1928) / Verdi -- Norma. Casta diva (8:03) (recorded January 30, 1929 and December 31, 1928) ; Mira, o Norma (7:23) (recorded January 30, 1929) / Bellini -- Carmé (3:13) (recorded April 11, 1924) / De Curtis -- Maria, Mari! (3:41) (recorded April 11, 1924) / De Capua -- On wings of dream (3:47) (recorded November 1, 1939) / Arensky -- The nightingale and the rose (3:56) (recorded October 21, 1939) / Rimsky-Korsakov -- A perfect day (3:09) (recorded June 3, 1925) / Jacobs-Bond.
CD 478
South Pacific / [music by Richard Rogers ; lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II ; book by Oscar Hammerstein II and Joshua Logan, adapted from James A. Michener's Pulitzer Prize winning Tales of the South Pacific].
Overture -- Dites-moi -- A cockeyed optimist -- Twin soliloquies -- Some enchanted evening -- Bloody Mary -- There is nothin' like a dame -- Bali Ha'i -- I'm gonna wash that man right outa my hair -- A wonderful guy -- Younger than springtime -- Happy talk -- Honey bun -- You've got to be carefully taught -- This nearly was mine -- Finale.
CD 276