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Luciano Pavarotti - Holy Night (1984)

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Luciano Pavarotti - Holy Night (1984)

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1 	Cantique Noël (O Holy Night)	4:13
2 	Pietà Signore	8:23
3 	Panis Angelicus	4:00
4 	Qual'giglio Candido (Parola Quinta)	4:40
5 	Ave Maria	4:47
6 	Gesu Banbino	4:28
7 	Ave Maria	2:56
8 	Mille Cherbini In Coro		4:04
9 	Agnus Dei	3:43
10 	Sanctus-Requiem	9:07
11 	Adeste Fideles	3:32

Conductor – Kurt Herbert Adler
Orchestra – National Philharmonic Orchestra
Tenor Vocals – Luciano Pavarotti
Wandsworth Boys Choir (3,4,7,10,11)


Conversation is likely to stop if you put on the CD reissue of "O Holy Night" featuring Luciano Pavarotti with the National Philharmonic Orchestra under Kurt Herbert Adler with the Wandsworth Boys' Choir and the London Voices... Most of the music, an indiscriminating patchwork of Catholic religiosity from Schubert through Franck to Bach/Gounod, has been re-arranged, but Yon's Gesu bambino and the Sanctus from the Berlioz Requiem are left with their original orchestration. Adeste fideles at the end is dominated by that breathtaking swooping voice. –---Gramophone [12/1985]


Luciano Pavarotti gets some help from an impressive list of friends -- including Kurt Herbert Adler, Wandsworth Boys Choir, and Russell Burgess -- on this dramatic and somewhat grandiose Christmas compilation. Songs like "Adeste Fideles," "Gesu Bambino," "Agnus Dei," "Ave Maria," "Panis Angelicus," and the title track make this a noteworthy Christmas album. ---Gina Boldman, AllMusic Review

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