Nessun Dorma - Recordings


Nessun dorma sung by some of the most famous interpreters of Calaf appear on the following compilation recordings. (For full-length recordings of the opera, see Turandot discography.)

  • The Very Best of Beniamino Gigli (EMI Classics)
  • The Very Best of Jussi Björling (EMI Classics)
  • Richard Tucker in Recital (Columbia Masterworks/Myto)
  • The Very Best of Franco Corelli (EMI Classics)
  • Pavarotti Forever (Decca)
  • The Essential Plácido Domingo (Deutsche Grammophon)

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