Mario Lanza (31 January 1921 – 7 October 1959) was an American operatic tenor and Hollywood movie star who enjoyed success in the 1950s. His voice was considered by many to rival that of Enrico Caruso, whom Lanza portrayed in the 1951 film The Great Caruso. Lanza was able to sing all types of music. While his highly emotional style was not universally praised by critics, he was immensely popular and his many recordings are still prized today.
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Mario Lanza - classical, Serenade. Album: The Originals: In Popular Songs, 2007.
On August 27, 1956, Mario Lanza stepped into Republic Studios to effect the most spectacular redemption ever achieved by a singing artist. On that day and in two subsequent sessions, he recorded the 12 songs that would comprise a "Cavalcade of Show Tunes," an LP I remember purchasing when it was released in 1957. It appears in toto on this CD, along with the original liner notes and the entire sound track of Mario's 1956 movie, Serenade. It was an historic event, for Mario Lanza was about to produce the first LP he ever minted specifically as a themed album of songs. Previous albums were made to look like new releases, but they were retreads of Lanza radio broadcasts and occasional singles recorded years earlier. The CAVALCADE album has a dynamite tracklist, Lanza in top form and quite peculiar charts by RCA's house arranger Henri René.
The Mario! album has been singled out for special praise, with its star conductor Franco Ferrara of Rome's Accademia Nazionale di Santa Cecilia later hailing Lanza's singing on the disc as "vocally extraordinary. Lanza's first studio album in stereo, the Mario! selections include the Neapolitan songs "Voce 'e Notte," "Canta Pe' Me," "'Na Sera 'e Maggio," and "Passione. The arrangements were created by Carlo Savina and Ennio Morricone. Serenade is a 1956 film directed by Anthony Mann and starring tenor Mario Lanza, Joan Fontaine, Sara Montiel (billed as Sarita Montiel), and Vincent Price. Based on the 1937 novel Serenade by James M. Cain, the film was a Warner Bros. release, Lanza's fifth film, and his first on-screen appearance in four years.