From Sept. 30, 1954: Pagliacci, songs, with Betty Grable and Harry James.
From Oct. 28, 1954: Tosca and Vagabond King.
From Oct. 31, 1957: “Santa Lucia,” “Because You’re Mine,” Schubert’s “Ave Maria,” Paul Baron, piano, plus interview with Mario and Betty Lanza. 87 minutes
(Note: The contents of D129, Mario Lanza, consists of the contents of both VHS 125, Lanza Live, and VHS 128, Lanza on TV.)
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On these programs Lanza is warm, appealing, manly, charismatic and full of vitality. On some occasions his voice sounded coarse, thick and labored. But here it has a glow–the full voice rings, the mezza voce is sweet. When he sings you see that his tongue has a furrow down the middle, as advocated by many voice teachers. —Stefan Zucker