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Plácido Domingo - Encanto Del Mar: Mediterranean Songs (2014) Lossless

27-01-2015, 15:09
Music | Classical Music | FLAC / APE

Plácido Domingo - Encanto Del Mar: Mediterranean Songs (2014) Lossless

Artist: Plácido Domingo
Title Of Album: Encanto Del Mar: Mediterranean Songs
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Sony Music
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 50:37 min
Total Size: 307 MB
WebSite: amazon


1. Mediterraneo (3:13)
2. Estate (2:51)
3. En Mediterranee (3:19)
4. Aranjuez (3:52)
5. Anghjulina (3:39)
6. Torna A Surriento (3:37)
7. Non Potho Reposare (3:15)
8. Lamma Bada (3:27)
9. Adio Kerida (4:11)
10. To Yasemi (3:31)
11. Reginella (3:37)
12. Layla, Layla (3:08)
13. El Cant Dels Ocells (2:55)
14. Del Cabello Mas Sutil (2:06)
15. Plaisir D'amour (3:26)

Plácido Domingo moves away from the drama and power of the opera stage to the warmth and peace of the Mediterranean Sea. On his new album, "Encanto del Mar," Domingo sings music from the rich tradition of folk and popular songs of the Mediterranean. Accompanied by a small group of musicians, he transports the listener to the warm sands of the beach, the calm lapping waves of the sea and the slowly setting sun. Working with celebrated producer/arranger/conductor Robert Sadin (Sting, Kathleen Battle, Herbie Hancock) "Encanto del Mar" includes songs from Italy, Spain, France, Sardinia, Corsica, Israel, Cyprus and North Africa as well as an arrangement of Rodrigo's "Concierto de Aranjuez." Experience Domingo at his most intimate and personal and enjoy with him these Mediterranean musical treasures.

Plácido Domingo is a legend. One of the finest and most influential singing actors in the history of opera, he is also a conductor and a major force as an opera administrator in his role as general director of two companies: Los Angeles Opera and Washington National Opera. As a singer, Domingo's repertoire encompasses 134 roles, a number unmatched by any other tenor in history, with more than 3,500 career performances. He has won twelve Grammy® Awards and his recordings and appearances with José Carreras and Luciano Pavarotti as The Three Tenors was one of the most successful musical partnerships of all time.

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