Giuseppe di Stefano, Ettore Bastianini, Maria Callas, Giulietta Simionato, Eugenia Ratti, Giuseppe Morresi, Antonio Cassinelli, Marco Stefanoni, Angelo Mercuriali, Antonio Ricci, Chorus of La Scala, Milan, Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, Gianandrea Gavezzin

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    Act I, "Posa in pace"Giuseppe di Stefano, Ettore Bastianini, Maria Callas, Giulietta Simionato, Eugenia Ratti, Giuseppe Morresi, Antonio Cassinelli, Marco Stefanoni, Angelo Mercuriali, Antonio Ricci, Chorus of La Scala, Milan, Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, Gianandrea Gavezzin
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    PreludeGiuseppe di Stefano, Ettore Bastianini, Maria Callas, Giulietta Simionato, Eugenia Ratti, Giuseppe Morresi, Antonio Cassinelli, Marco Stefanoni, Angelo Mercuriali, Antonio Ricci, Chorus of La Scala, Milan, Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, Gianandrea Gavezzin
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    Act II, "Ahimé s'appresa alcun"Giuseppe di Stefano, Ettore Bastianini, Maria Callas, Giulietta Simionato, Eugenia Ratti, Giuseppe Morresi, Antonio Cassinelli, Marco Stefanoni, Angelo Mercuriali, Antonio Ricci, Chorus of La Scala, Milan, Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, Gianandrea Gavezzin
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    Act I, "La Rivedrà nell' estasi"Giuseppe di Stefano, Ettore Bastianini, Maria Callas, Giulietta Simionato, Eugenia Ratti, Giuseppe Morresi, Antonio Cassinelli, Marco Stefanoni, Angelo Mercuriali, Antonio Ricci, Chorus of La Scala, Milan, Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, Gianandrea Gavezzin
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    Act II, "Seguitemi"Giuseppe di Stefano, Ettore Bastianini, Maria Callas, Giulietta Simionato, Eugenia Ratti, Giuseppe Morresi, Antonio Cassinelli, Marco Stefanoni, Angelo Mercuriali, Antonio Ricci, Chorus of La Scala, Milan, Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, Gianandrea Gavezzin

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        Giuseppe di Stefano began to study voice as he trained for the priesthood in a Jesuit seminary in Milan; his teachers included Luigi Montesanto and Mariano Stabile. Mobilized into the Fascist army at the age of 19, di Stefano helped make ends meet by singing popular music under the pseudonym of "Nino Florio". Deciding he'd had enough of service under Mussolini, di Stefano deserted to neutral Switzerland in 1943. Though di Stefano was interned as a refugee, he made his way singin... Read more

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