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Mario Lanza - The Loveliest Night Of The Year / La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) flac album
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Mario Lanza - The Loveliest Night Of The Year / La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) flac album

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The Loveliest Night Of The Year / La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle)
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Vocal
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Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Loveliest Night Of The Year
Words By – Paul Francis WebsterWritten-By – Aaronson*
B La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle)
Words By – Piave*Written-By – Verdi*

Companies, etc.

  • Record Company – RCA Victor Division Of Radio Corporation Of America
  • Pressed By – RCA Records Pressing Plant, Indianapolis

Credits

  • Conductor – Constantine Callinicos
  • Orchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*
  • Tenor Vocals – Mario Lanza

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
D.A.1978 Mario Lanza La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) / The Loveliest Night Of The Year ‎(Shellac, 10") His Master's Voice D.A.1978 UK 1951
10-3300 Mario Lanza The Loveliest Night Of The Year / La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor Red Seal 10-3300 Canada Unknown
49-3300 Mario Lanza The Loveliest Night Of The Year / La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor Red Seal 49-3300 Canada 1951
49-3300 Mario Lanza The Loveliest Night Of The Year / La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) ‎(7", Red) RCA Victor Red Seal 49-3300 US 1951
DA 1978 Mario Lanza La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) / The Loveliest Night Of The Year ‎(Shellac, 10") His Master's Voice DA 1978 South Africa 1951

Tracklist Hide Credits

A The Loveliest Night Of The Year
Words By – Paul Francis WebsterWritten-By – Aaronson*
B La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle)
Words By – Piave*Written-By – Verdi*

Credits

  • Conductor – Constantine Callinicos
  • Orchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra*
  • Tenor Vocals – Mario Lanza

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
D.A.1978 Mario Lanza La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) / The Loveliest Night Of The Year ‎(Shellac, 10") His Master's Voice D.A.1978 UK 1951
10-3300 Mario Lanza The Loveliest Night Of The Year / La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor Red Seal 10-3300 Canada Unknown
49-3300 Mario Lanza The Loveliest Night Of The Year / La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) ‎(Shellac, 10") RCA Victor Red Seal 49-3300 Canada 1951
49-3300 Mario Lanza The Loveliest Night Of The Year / La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) ‎(7", Red) RCA Victor Red Seal 49-3300 US 1951
10-3300 Mario Lanza The Loveliest Night Of The Year / La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle) ‎(Shellac, 10", Ind) RCA Victor Red Seal 10-3300 US Unknown


A. The Loveliest Night Of The Year. Words By – Paul Francis WebsterWritten-By – Aaronson. B. La Donna È Mobile (Woman Is Fickle). Words By – Piave Written-By – Verdi. Conductor – Constantine Callinicos. Orchestra – RCA Victor Orchestra. Tenor Vocals – Mario Lanza. Other Versions (5 of 13) View All. Cat.

Mario Lanza originally released La donna è mobile (Woman Is Fickle) written by Francesco Maria Piave, Giuseppe Verdi and and Mario Lanza released it on the single The Loveliest Night of the Year in 1951. First release by Mario Lanza (March 1951). Discover The Original. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information.

Mario Lanza – The Loveliest Night of the Year. Mario Lanza – La spagnola. Mario Lanza, RCA Victor Orchestra, Constantine Callinicos – Rigoletto, Act III La donna e mobile (Duca). Mario Lanza – Serenade. Mario Lanza, Constantine Callinicos, The Great Caruso Symphony Orchestra – La Donna Mobile. Mario Lanza, Constantine Callinicos – Amor ti vieta.

Mario Lanza, Paul Francis Webster, Juventino P. Rosas. Vesti La Giubba (On With The Motley).

A. Lyrics By – Piave Written-By – Verdi. Lyrics By – Webster Written-By – Aaronson. It was sung by Mario Lanza and became one of the most popular songs of 1951 reaching No 3 in the US Billboard Charts. The song was recorded in 2008 by Australian singer Alfio for his album Classic Rewinds, which plays tribute to Mario Lanza and 14 other popular Italian-American singers. The instrumental version of the song is often associated with magicians performing their "magical tricks" and is played in the background, especially in cartoons. It is so commonly associated as to be iconic although few people know it by its real name.

The Loveliest Night of the Year" is a popular song. The music was first published as a waltz called "Sobre las olas" ("Over the Waves") in 1888 written by Juventino P. In 1950 the music was adapted by Irving Aaronson with lyrics by Paul Francis Webster for the movie The Great Caruso. It was sung by Ann Blyth. Later Mario Lanza recorded it, and it became one of the most popular songs of 1951 reaching No 3 in the US Billboard Charts. Lanza received his third Gold Disc for this song.

mario lanza (Artist) Format: Vinyl.

Mario Lanza (born Alfred Arnold Cocozza; January 31, 1921 – October 7, 1959) was an American tenor, actor and Hollywood film star of the late 1940s and the 1950s. Lanza began studying to be a professional singer at the age of 16. After appearing at the Hollywood Bowl in 1947, Lanza signed a seven-year film contract with Louis B. Mayer, the head of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer who saw his performance and was impressed by his singing. Prior to this, the adult Lanza had sung only two performances of an opera. The following year (1948), however, he would sing the role of Pinkerton in Puccini's Madama.