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1. Verdi: Simon Boccanegra, Act II. Scene 5: "O Inferno!... Sento Avvampar" (Gabriele)
2. Gounod: Faust, CG 4, Act III: "Quel Trouble Inconu... Salut! Demeure Chaste Et Pure" (Faust)
3. Adam: Le Postillon de Lonjumeau, Act I: "Mes Amis, Écoutez L'histoire" (Chapelou, Chorus)
4. Flotow: Martha, Act III: "Ach, So Fromm" (Lyonel)
5. Wagner: Lohengrin, WWV 75, Act III: "In Fernem Land, Unnahbar Euren Schritten" (Lohengrin)
6. Wagner: Lohengrin, WWV 75, Act III: "Mein Lieber Schwan" (Lohengrin)
7. Moniuszko: Halka, Act IV. Scene 2: "Szumia Jodly Na GOR Szczycie" (Jontek)
8. Tchaikovsky: Eugene Onegin, Op. 24, TH. 5, Act II. Scene 2: "Kuda, Kuda, Kuda VI Udalilis" (Lenski)
9. Rimsky-Korsakov: Sadko, Scene 4: Song of the Indian Guest "Ne Schest Almazov V Kamennykh Peshcherakh" (The Indian)
10. Gounod: Polyeucte, CG 11, Act II. Tableau 2: Scene 1: "Nymphes Attentives" (Sextus)
11. Thomas: Mignon, CG 409, Act II: "Adieu, Mignon !" (Wilhelm)
12. Meyerbeer: Les Huguenots, Act I: "Non Loin Des Vieilles Tours... Plus Blanche Que la Blanche Hermine" (Raoul)
13. Pergolesi: Lo Frate 'Nnamorato: "Ogni Pena Più Spietata" (Ascanio)
14. Drigo: Les Millions D'arlequin: Sérénade
15. Leoncavallo: Au Clair de la Lune (Sérénade Française)
16. Di Chiara: La Spagnola
17. Pérez Freire: Ay, Ay, Ay
18. David ; Frederico Alagna: L'andalouse
19. Brodszky: Be My Love
20. Roberto Alagna: Sognare

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The most famous tenor celebrates not only his 60th birthday, but also 40 years of an exceptionally rich and varied, and remarkably generous career. A career spent off the beaten track, constantly regenerated, and showing an insatiable curiosity, a temperament, and an extraordinary vocal timbre. Roberto Alagna captivates audiences everywhere. Here he presents a program that is very much in his own image: showing a contagious passion, an insatiable appetite for the exploration of different repertoires and styles, ranging from opera - French, Italian and Neapolitan, German, Polish and Russian - to Italian and French songs, and crossover music with some surprises up his sleeve.