Decca's gold ambition for Pavarotti's 50 disc

Decca is set to release the first recording ever made of Luciano Pavarotti’s singing voice on a special new Best Of collection.

The historic performance of the aria from La Bohème, Che Gelida Manina, has been lying dormant in the archives for 50 years, and will be unearthed, re-mastered and made available to the public for the first time on Pavarotti - The 50 Greatest Tracks, due for release in the UK on September 2.

Paul Moseley, the now-MD of ...



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