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Vittorio Grigolo Audio CD
3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)

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Italy announces a formidable return to the opera stage with the young Italian tenor, Vittorio Grigolo. His triumphant debut this June at London’s Royal Opera House Covent Garden, performing in a new production of Manon by Massenet alongside Anna Netrebko, caused a sensation amongst audience and music critics alike: “But the evening really belongs to her (Anna Netrebko’s) Des ... Read more in Amazon's Vittorio Grigolo Store

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  • Audio CD (September 20, 2011)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Sony Classical
  • ASIN: B005E3TZX6
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,111 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Inosservato, penetrava ... Angelo casto e bel (from Il Duca d'Alba)
2. La donna e mobile (from Rigoletto)
3. Un aura amorosa (from Cosi fan tutte)
4. Libiamo ne'lieti calici (from La Traviata)
5. Recondita Armonia (from Tosca)
6. M'appari (from Martha)
7. Lamento di Federico (from Arlesiana)
8. Amor ti vieta (from Fedora)
9. La Danza (from Serenata musicale) (arr. Carl Stueber)
10. Torna a Surriento (in E, arr. Giancarlo Chiaramello)
11. Mattinata (in E, arr. Giancarlo Chiaramello)
12. Ti voglio tanto bene (in D, arr. Holdridge
13. O surdato 'nnamurato (in F, arr. Giancarlo Chiaramello)
14. Non ti scordar di me (in A Minor, arr. Giancarlo Chiaramello)
15. O paese d'o sole (in G Minor, arr. Holdridge)
16. Chitarra romana (in D Minor, arr. Henry Mancini)
17. Core n'grato (in E-flat, arr. Giancarlo Chiaramello)
18. Voglio vivere cosě (in G Minor, arr. Holdridge)
19. Arrivederci Roma (in B, arr. Holdridge)
20. Caruso (in G Minor, arr. Ingman)

Editorial Reviews

With his new album, Vittorio shows his credibility beyond the opera stage and reaches out to a much broader audience. Arrivederci is comprised of beloved arias and famous Italian songs popularized by the great tenors, all sung in Vittorio's distinctive and passionate style.

With Arrivederci (which means "see you again" in Italian), Vittorio also pays homage to a golden era from last century when life was simpler and tenors, along with movie stars, were the ultimate icons of their generation. Explaining his reasons for choosing this particular repertoire, Vittorio says, "Arrevederci looks back to the first album, but also revisits the values and colors of an Italian tradition and, along with it, a huge amount of beautiful music from the last century, the likes of which will never again be written."

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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Vittorio Grigolo: Class October 17, 2011
Format:Audio CD
Vittorio Grigolo will make his Los Angels Opera debut this year as Roméo in Gounod's Roméo et Juliette opposite Nino Machaidze: we finally get to see if he is as appealing on stage as he is on his recordings! Young, strikingly handsome, intelligent and sensitive, Grigolo possesses a voice that is not huge but is one of exceptional quality and control. Once seeing the name of this album ARRIVEDERCI some of his followers may wonder if he has 'sold out' to the popular crowd instead of polishing his gifts as an opera star. But we must all remember that his first album 'In the Hands of Love' was one of light 'Popera' as he calls it. Relax - he seems to know what he is doing!

Vittorio Grigolo (b. February 19, 1977) was born in Arezzo, but raised in Rome. 'He began singing by the age of four. When he was nine years old he accompanied his mother to have her eyes tested and, hearing someone singing from another room, he spontaneously began his own rendition of "Ave Maria." The singer, the optician's father, was so impressed that he insisted Grigolo have an audition for the Sistine Chapel Choir as soon as possible. Young Vittorio was chosen to become part of Sistine Chapel Choir as a soloist. He then studied for five years at the Schola Puerorum at the Sistine Chapel. At age 13 he played the Pastorello in a performance of Tosca at Rome's opera house, where he shared the stage with Pavarotti; becoming known as 'Il Pavarottino'. When 18, Vittorio joined the Vienna Opera Company. He became the youngest man to perform in Milan's La Scala at age 23. He is the first Italian male to be excused compulsory military service on account of his promising career; and also raced Pre-3000 Formula cars for a while until an accident limited his opportunities in this field.
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23 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A magnificent tenore di grazia September 26, 2011
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This very musical, beautifully placed light lyric tenor is well on his way to becoming a worthy successor to Ferruccio Tagliavini and Tito Schipa. The opera arias are very fine and surprisingly individual--although I hope he will avoid Cavaradossi in the theater, at least for several more years. There is an echo of the young Pavarotti's supple texture here, but the instrument is a much more slender, lyrical one. Grigolo is already himself, and a very welcome addition to the ranks of today's tenors. As for the songs, there has not been an album of lighter Italian songs to compare with this recital in decades; comparisons to pop singers are meaningless with an authentic artist of this caliber. The arrangements are tasteful (a genuine rarity in this material) and imaginative, the conducting flexible and inobtrusive in the songs, firm and effective in the arias. The recorded sound is excellent. If you enjoy Neapolitan songs, don't hesitate, this is very fine singing indeed, with plenty of heart and fire. If this young tenor chooses his repertoire carefully, he can look forward to a long and brilliant career. This is a beautiful, healthy young voice.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good looks and voice to match August 7, 2013
Format:MP3 Music
I had the pleasure of catching a performance of Verdi's La Traviata at the Wiener Staatsoper in Vienna with the 36 year old Italian tenor Vittorio Grigolo, in the role of Alfredo. His performance inspired me to listen to his latest CD from 2011, Arrivederci.

I found this album to be immediately accessible and enjoyable. This album will especially appeal to those looking to discover or "get into" operatic music.

Officially, this album would classify as a classical crossover album. The broad appeal is certainly evident from the mix of lighter opera arias and lessor known Italian songs that are featured. I find his voice to be rich and passionate, without becoming shrill and irritating, which sometimes happens with tenor voices. With his looks, voice and charisma, it is easy to see why audiences are falling in love with Vittorio Grigolo.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars knows his limits? August 15, 2013
Format:Audio CD
I had just listened to a recording of the promising Maltese tenor Joseph Calleja and picked up this Grigolo disc on sale to compare. Right away, it needs to be said that Calleja has a much superior voice and approach to singing operatic music. The best that can be said for Grigolo at the moment is that he knows his voice and its limits, and as a result the louder, higher notes are very carefully sung. Even with that care, the voice hardens and the vibrato widens under pressure. When he sings softly, the voice is pleasant and the phrasing apt -- but for him, on this disc at least, singing softly is sort of crooning in a whispery way. That might pass muster in the popular songs, but it isn't credible stylistically or expressively in the arias. In the "Libiamo" from "Traviata," for example, the soprano, a name unknown to me, is a much more forthright and confident singer. Is he a "tenore leggiero" with a future in light roles? Maybe -- it's hard to say from a disc produced like this, almost as a "pop" disc. I would be happy to give him the benefit of the doubt. But don't play Bjoerling's "M'appari" after Grigolo's, and don't play Pavarotti's "Angelo casta e bel" after Grigolo's. And -- moving to the popular side, try Bergonzi in "Turna a Surriento" to see how that can be made thrilling, even while you admit that Grigolo's small-scale attempt is pleasant enough. I love "Core 'ngrato," so for comparison, I found Vargas, live in Mexico City, on an old Laserlight disc from 1995. The sound is a bit too close-up, but you see immediately what Grigolo lacks -- Vargas's soft singing is full-toned, warm, and supported by his breathing, and the climaxes ring out thrillingly -- and Vargas doesn't have a huge voice. I'm damning Grigolo with faint praise here. Let's see if he can have a real career in opera. In "crossover" he's better than Bocelli, I think.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
5.0 out of 5 stars excellent up-and-coming opera star
This is a great album. I love the mix of opera classics and traditional Italian and Neapolitan songs. VG is a very talented musician.
Published 3 months ago by F. Holinko
2.0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
I have Vittorio's first CD - he has a magnificant voice and that CD
was beautiful - since, he has gone more into opera and I'm not at
all happy with this CD.
Published 6 months ago by Mizfrogg
4.0 out of 5 stars Vittorio
I must say this was taking a chance on my part , he really does have a great voice , I just can't seem to get into light Opera though however the CD is very good .... Read more
Published 7 months ago by Thom mykel
3.0 out of 5 stars A GREAT SINGER
Published 13 months ago by Beatrice Armstrong
5.0 out of 5 stars Vittorio at his best!
There is absolutely nothing that Vittorio sings that I don't like. It is a pleasure to have music of this quality available
Published 17 months ago by Martha A T
5.0 out of 5 stars The best tenor of this era!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
This young man has a voice that makes me know that our heavenly father chose him specifically to show us what angels must sound like. Read more
Published 17 months ago by Geraldine Curry
4.0 out of 5 stars pretty good tenor
I enjoyed Vittorio, his voice is very nice' he won't replace Pavarotti any time soon, but nice anyway. I wish Mr. Read more
Published 18 months ago by Charles Masters
5.0 out of 5 stars Favoloso!!
Truly love this CD! Vittorio is the best and I look forward to him coming to So Cal (hopefully) so I can see him in a wonderful opera.
Published 19 months ago by Hip Kitty
5.0 out of 5 stars Great
Good condition arrived promptly a wonderful gift I would recommend this Arrivederci Vittorio Grigolo he is one of the best cross over tenors today
Published 20 months ago by Ruth Tuttle
5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoy the music
I have enjoyed listening to this first time purchase of Grigolo. Had not heard him until recently so I was glad to add him to my CD library.
Published 21 months ago by Cecile Ann Stephens
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