|2||Ora E Per Sempre Addio|
|4||Un Di All'Azzuro Spazio|
|5||Da Voi Lontan|
|6||Addio Alla Madre|
|7||Ah! Non Mi Ridestar|
|9||Donna Non Vidi Mai...|
|11||Dio Mi Potevi Scagliar|
|12||Il Fio Che Avevi A Me Tu Dato|
|14||Come Un Bel Di Di Maggio|
|3C 061 - 17168 M||Mario Del Monaco||Arie Da Opere (LP)||La Voce Del Padrone, EMI||3C 061 - 17168 M||Italy||Unknown|
|QALP 10181||Mario del Monaco||Arie (LP, Album)||La Voce Del Padrone||QALP 10181||Italy||1961|
|QALP 10181||Mario del Monaco||Arie (LP, Album)||La Voce Del Padrone||QALP 10181||Italy||Unknown|
Aria Da Opere (CD, Album).
Lohengrin, opera, WWV 75. 7. Act 3. Da voi lontan. 9. Act 2. Il fior che avevi a me tu dato. Werther, lyric drama in 4 acts. 10. Ah! non mi ridestar. Manon Lescaut, opera. 11. Act 1. Donna non vidi mai. Mario del Monaco.
Mario Del Monaco (27 July 1915 – 16 October 1982) was an Italian operatic tenor. Del Monaco was born in Florence to a musical upper-class family. As a young boy he studied the violin but had a passion for singing. He graduated from the Rossini Conservatory at Pesaro, where he first met and sang with Renata Tebaldi, with whom he would form something of an operatic dream team of the 1950s
Mario Del Monaco (July 27, 1915 - October 16, 1982) was an Italian tenor and is regarded by his admirers as being one of the greatest dramatic tenors of the 20th Century. This album finds him at his peak and he sings aria after aria in powerful, masculine, dynamic and beautiful voice, exemplifying the best way to sing in the Italian manner. Find out for yourself and put on this recording while listening to other tenors singing the same arias at the same time.
Del Monaco, Mario: Italian Opera Arias for Tenor (1955).