Appears on releases

# Title Length Release Title Release Artist Date Country Label Catalog#
Official
1.7 La bohème: Act II. "Quando m'en vo' soletta" 2:36 Verdi & Puccini Verdi, Puccini; Kiri Te Kanawa, London Philharmonic Orchestra, John Pritchard CBS Records Masterworks MK 37298
1.4 La bohème: Musetta's Waltz 2:36 Favorite Puccini Arias by the World's Favorite Sopranos Giacomo Puccini Sony Masterworks (formerly an imprint since circa 1990s, label group since 2009; see annotation for imprints it manages) MDK 48094
1.12 La bohème: “Quando me’n vo’ soletta per la via” 2:34 Opera Arias Ileana Cotrubaş, Kiri Te Kanawa, Renata Scotto, Plácido Domingo Sony Classical SBK 46548
1.4 Musetta’s Waltz (La bohème) 2:36 Favourite Puccini: Arias by the World’s Favourite Sopranos Puccini; Marton, Te Kanawa, Scotto Sony Classical SMK 48094
1.5 La bohéme: "Quando m'en vo'soletta" 2:34 Great Opera Arias Giacomo Puccini Sony Classical, Legacy (Legacy Recordings) SBK 89848
(unknown)
1.5 La bohéme: "Quando m'en vo'soletta" 2:34 Great Opera Arias Giacomo Puccini Sony Classical SBK879200

Relationships

conductor: Sir John Pritchard
orchestra: London Philharmonic Orchestra
producer: Roy Emerson
Paul Myers (classical record producer)
soprano vocals: Kiri Te Kanawa
recording of: La bohème: Atto II. no. 13. “Quando me’n vo’” (Musetta, Marcello, Alcindoro, Mimi, Schaunard, Colline)

La bohème: Atto II. no. 13. “Quando me’n vo’” (Musetta, Marcello, Alcindoro, Mimi, Schaunard, Colline)

composer: Giacomo Puccini (Italian composer)
librettist: Giuseppe Giacosa
Luigi Illica
is the basis for: Love theme from "La Boheme" (George Greeley adaptation)
part of: La bohème: Atto II (number)
referred to in medleys: Barcelona Games Medley