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Torna A Surriento (come Back To Sorrento) - Richard Tucker (2) - Sorrento An Album Of Italian Songs (Vinyl, Album)

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  1. Malakora says:
    Check out Torna a Surriento (Come back to Sorrento) by Los Angeles Philharmonic and Richard Tucker on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on thorgabandispewieldlalen.xyzinfo
  2. Yozuru says:
    De Curtis Torna a Surriento. Sheet Music. Ernesto De Curtis. Voice(s) and Piano. Torna a Surriento "Torna a Surriento" is a Neapolitan song said to have been composed in by Ernesto De Curtis to words by his brother, Giambattista. About this Piece. Suggest a correction for this page.
  3. Samuramar says:
    Torna a Surriento By Richard Tucker, Columbia Conert Orchestra. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. Torna a Surriento - Columbia Conert Orchestra. Featured on Lebendige Vergangenheit - Richard Tucker. More by Richard Tucker. Verdi - Don Carlo. Verdi: Aïda. Verdi: Il trovatore.
  4. Dashakar says:
    Lyrics to 'Torna a Surriento' by Luciano Pavarotti: Vide? o mare quant?è bello, Spira tantu sentimento, Comme tu a chi tiene mente, Ca scetato? o faie sunnà.
  5. Zulkit says:
    Dec 15,  · "Torna a Surriento" is a Neapolitan song said to have been composed in by Ernesto De Curtis to words by his brother, Giambattista. Sergio Franchi covered the song in his RCA Victor Red Seal debut album, (Romantic Italian Songs), which peaked at #17 on the Billboard Top ITALIAN MUSIC - COME BACK TO SORRENTO - JACK JEZZRO.
  6. Fegul says:
    "Torna a Surriento" is a Neapolitan song said to have been composed in by Ernesto De Curtis to words by his brother, Giambattista. Claude Aveling wrote the English language lyrics, which are titled "Come Back to Sorrento". Doc Pomus and Mort Shuman re-arranged it and wrote a new set of lyrics for Elvis Presley ("Surrender").
  7. Arashisho says:
    Feb 16,  · "Torna a Surriento" is one of the most popular Neapolitan songs and also one of the most performed songs of the genre. Composer, Ernesto De Curtis (), set the music to the text by his brother, Giambattista De Curtis ().
  8. Tauran says:
    The pleas to return to Surriento ("torna a Surriento") are more dramatic, and one particularly effective moment is the repeat of "but don't leave me" ("ma nun me lassa"), which is to be sung quite softly, adding variety and a note of wistful longing as well as the more directly sung yearnings of the previous verses.

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