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Renée Fleming - Guilty Pleasures album mp3
Vocal Music,Opera
  • Performer:
    Renée Fleming
  • Title:
    Guilty Pleasures
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  • Style:
    Vocal Music,Opera
  • Date of release:
    September 17, 2013
  • Recording date:
    August 5, 2012 - August 9, 2012
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  • Recording location:
    All Hallows Church, Gospel Oak, London
  • Size FLAC version
    1485 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1427 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1511 megabytes
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Album · 2013 · 18 Songs. Guilty Pleasures Renée Fleming. By Manuel de Falla - Renée Fleming, Sebastian Lang-Lessing & Philharmonia Orchestra. 6. Undina: Undina's Aria. By Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - Sebastian Lang-Lessing, Philharmonia Orchestra & Renée Fleming.

RENÉE FLEMING - GUILTY PLEASURES - Philharmonia Orchestra - Sebastian Lang-Lessing. This is an album of sheer indulgence: the beautiful voice of Renée Fleming in a new and very personal selection of songs and arias featuring a feast of music, much of which we might never hear her sing on stage. There are some worthy additions to her catalog: a lush aria from Dvorák's "Armida" that recalls her hit with his "Rusalka"; a piece from Corigliano's "The Ghosts of Versailles" that incorporates vivid storytelling; and melting performances of songs by Canteloube, Rachmaninoff and Duparc.

Opera singer Renee Fleming releases her album "Guilty Pleasures" on Tuesday. Photo: Decca/Andrew Eccles). New album features a mix of opera arias and classical songs. The "people's diva" was awarded the National Medal of Arts by President Obama. Opera enthusiasts and classical connoisseurs, rejoice. Four-time Grammy Award winner Renée Fleming is back with Guilty Pleasures, out Tuesday, promising an indulgent treat for music lovers. This is like jewelry, it's like chocolate, it's dessert," Fleming says. Each one of these pieces is just a standalone revel in beauty.

In this album Renée Fleming performs scenes and arias from operas by Bellini, Donizetti, and Rossini. Renée Fleming collaborates with Michael Bolton on his album "My Secret Passion: The Arias" in the Act I duet from La Bohème, "O soave fanciulla". Guilty Pleasures is the long-awaited follow-up to Renée's Grammy winner, The Beautiful Voice.

Guilty Pleasures, an album by Renée Fleming, Philharmonia Orchestra, Sebastian Lang-Lessing on this site. Listen to Guilty Pleasures in full in the this site app. Play on this site. ℗ 2013 Decca Music Group Limited.

More albums from Renée Fleming. Brahms, Schumann & Mahler: Lieder.

Renée Fleming, Guilty Pleasures (Decca 19033-02). On Sunday, Feb. 2, world-famous opera singer Renée Fleming reached a whole new audience when she became the first opera singer in Super Bowl history to sing the National Anthem before the game's kickoff - and she nailed it, but not without a few jitters. I basically woke up in the middle of the night for a month every night," Fleming recalls, "and I don't typically have that problem. I was pretty worried about this; there was a lot of pressure. Renée Fleming is used to a lot pressure.


Joanne Baines - Production Coordination
Avril Bardoni - Text Translation
Hector Berlioz - Composer
Julius Bittner - Arranger
Silas Brown - Mastering
Joseph Canteloube - Composer
Peggy Cochrane - Text Translation
John Corigliano - Composer
Brett Cox - Assistant Engineer
Georgina Curtis - Art Direction
Antonio Carlos DeFeo - Arranger
Léo Delibes - Composer
Henri Duparc - Composer
Antonin Dvorák - Composer
Andrew Eccles - Photography
Manuel de Falla - Composer
Renée Fleming - Primary Artist, Soprano (Vocal)
David Frost - Mixing, Recording Editor, Recording Producer
Dominic Fyfe - Executive Producer
Théophile Gautier - Text
Philippe Gille - Librettist
Edmond Gondinet - Librettist
Susan Graham - Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal)
Mike Hatch - Engineer
William M. Hoffman - Librettist
Susannah Howe - Text Translation
Erich Wolfgang Korngold - Arranger
Eliska Krasnohorska - Librettist
Sebastian Lang-Lessing - Conductor
Charles Marie Leconte de Lisle - Text
Brian Losch - Assistant Engineer
Ernst Marischka - Librettist
Tim Martyn - Engineer
Walter Mnatsakanov - Arranger
Gerald Martin Moore - Vocal Coach
Emidio Mucci - Text
Alfred de Musset - Text
Ben Pateman - Executive Producer
Philharmonia Orchestra - Orchestra
George Pierson - Assistant Engineer
Roger Pines - Liner Notes
Mari Prackauskas - Text Translation
Sergey Rachmaninov - Composer
Licinio Refice - Composer
Heinz Reichert - Librettist
Robert Sargant - Text Translation
Janet Simpson - Piano
Bedřich Smetana - Composer
Vladimir Sollogub - Librettist
Johann Strauss I - Composer
Johann Strauss II - Composer
Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky - Composer
Ivan Ivanovich Tkhorzhevsky - Text
Traditional - Composer
Jaroslav Vrchlicky - Librettist
Richard Wagner - Composer
Frederick Edward Weatherly - Arranger, Composer, Text
Mathilde Wesendonck - Text
Alfred Maria Willner - Librettist

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
Les Nuits d'été
1 No. 1. Villanelle Hector Berlioz Renée Fleming 2:11
2 Phidylé Henri Duparc Renée Fleming 6:03
3 Ombra di nube Licinio Refice Renée Fleming 3:31
Siete canciones populares españolas
4 No. 5. Nana Manuel de Falla Renée Fleming 1:41
5 No. 6. Canción Manuel de Falla Renée Fleming 1:09
6 Act 1. Vodopad moy dyadya (Pesn Undinï) Pyotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky Renée Fleming 3:58
12 Romances, Op. 21
7 No. 3. Sumerki Sergey Rachmaninov Renée Fleming 2:18
8 Les Filles de Cadix Léo Delibes Renée Fleming 3:28
9 Act 1. Dôme épais le jasmin (Duo des fleurs) Léo Delibes Renée Fleming 3:50
10 Chants d'Auvergne 2, No. 4. La Delaïssádo Joseph Canteloube Renée Fleming 5:31
11 Chants d'Auvergne 3, No. 5. Malurous qu'o uno fenno Joseph Canteloube Renée Fleming 1:31
12 Act 1. Scene 3. Za stíhlou gazelou Antonin Dvorák Renée Fleming 4:44
13 Act 1. Scene 7. Hajej, muj andílku (Vendulka ukolébavky) Bedřich Smetana Renée Fleming 4:08
Walzer aus Wien
14 Act 3. No. 14. Frag' mich oft, woran's denn wohl liegt, lied Johann Strauss II / Johann Strauss I Renée Fleming 3:27
15 Wesendonck-Lieder, No. 5. Träume Richard Wagner Renée Fleming 4:33
The Ghosts of Versailles
16 Act 2. Once there was a golden bird (from "She must stay", Marie-Antoinette's final aria) John Corigliano Renée Fleming 5:42
17 Danny Boy Traditional / Frederick Edward Weatherly Renée Fleming 4:45