|1||With A Song In My Heart||3:32|
|2||Be My Love||3:30|
|3||Because You're Mine||3:31|
|4||The Loveliest Night Of The Year||3:36|
|8||The Song Is You||3:20|
|9||Serenade From "The Student Prince"||3:45|
|10||Lover Come Back To Me||4:08|
|11||Wy Wild Irish Rose||2:09|
|12||More Than You Know||3:43|
|13||Younger Than Springtime||3:30|
|15||On The Street Where You Live||3:19|
|16||Only A Rose||3:55|
|17||Falling In Love With Love||2:54|
|18||And This Is My Beloved||3:19|
|20||This Nearly Was Mine||4:05|
|21||All The Things You Are||3:19|
|22||I'll Be Seeing You||2:50|
|74321 400582||Mario Lanza||With A Song In My Heart - The Love Collection (CD, Comp)||Camden, BMG||74321 400582||Europe||1996|
|none||Mario Lanza||The Best Of (Cass, Comp)||BMG Russia||none||Ukraine||2001|
|74321 400584||Mario Lanza||With A Song In My Heart - The Love Collection (Cass, Comp)||Camden, BMG||74321 400584||Europe||1996|
Album · 2005 · 22 Songs. Mario Lanza & The RCA Victor Orchestra. 3. The Loveliest Night of the Year (featured in "The Great Caruso"). 4. Serenade (featured in "The Student Prince"). Mario Lanza & The MGM Studio Orchestra. 5. Drink, Drink, Drink (featured in "The Student Prince"). 7. Because (featured in "The Great Caruso").
3. Because, for voice & piano. Sadko, opera in 3 (or 5) acts. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov. Granada, for voice & orchestra (with chorus ad lib). 6. Without a Song, song. Because You're Mine, for voice & orchestra. 8. Begin the beguine, song (from "Jubilee"). 9. Siboney for voice & piano (or orchestra).
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Mario! Lanza At His Best is a CD released by RCA Victor in 1995, and consists of two original albums recorded by tenor Mario Lanza. These are: the Neapolitan songs album Mario!, recorded in December 1958, and The Vagabond King, recorded in July 1959.
Renews automatically. To be pretentious, this is the Lanza recording for the vocal connoisseur. Eighteen months before he died, Lanza went to Italy and recorded for RCA a group of twelve Italian songs with an orchestra conducted by Franco Ferrara. Everything went well with the project. The tenor was in truly glorious voice, and recorded the songs with style, passion, and commitment. This recording is a thrilling showcase of just how great a tenor Lanza was - for its duration, he is one of the greatest voices of the 20th Century