Music: New Records, Feb. 18, 1952

RCA Victor was as surprised as anyone when Enrico Caruso (in reissues) proved to be the company's No. 2 bestselling classical artist last year (No. 1: Mario Lanza). Quickly recovering from its surprise, Victor has reached into the treasury for more. In one LP, labeled Caruso In Opera and Song, the great tenor can be heard in ten arias, including familiar ones from Il Trovatore, Tosca and La Boheme. Famous Duets includes Caruso and Alma Gluck in La Traviata, and Caruso and Geraldine Farrar in the soaring first-act duet of Madame Butterfly. The quality...

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