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Roberto Alagna on his new album: "I had to let it mature for 10 years"

2019-11-08T18:06:56.163Z

Roberto Alagna releases a new album dedicated to the Italian tenor Enrico Caruso, who died in 1921. He tells us about Europe 1 on Friday evening, having spent more than ten years doing so.



Roberto Alagna releases a new album dedicated to the Italian tenor Enrico Caruso, who died in 1921. He tells us about Europe 1 on Friday evening, having spent more than ten years doing so.

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Roberto Alagna publishes a new album on Friday, entitled Caruso 1873 , in tribute to the Italian tenor Enrico Caruso, who died in 1921. The famous French-Italian opera singer explained the long maturation of this project on Friday evening on Europe 1. " Ten years ago, we recorded ten songs, and when I listened, I threw everything in the trash.We did not recognize my voice or Caruso's, I even imitated vocal tics. of Caruso, so it was almost caricatural, which we should not do, "says Roberto Alagna.

"I had to let it mature for 10 years, even though I thought about it every day, and there I found balance." Connoisseurs will hear Caruso, his phrasing, getting to highs, breathing But, at the same time, we recognize my voice, "says the opera singer. Roberto Alagna will raise a huge challenge in a few months, in September 2020: play " Carmen ", the masterpiece of Georges Bizet, at Stade France.

Source: europe1

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