Monday, July 27, 2015

Juan Diego Flórez Sports Car Is Tradition Selling Italian Songs

Is that a Fiat or a Ferrari? Juan Diego Flórez sells it either way 
on the cover of his latest album.
The new release for Juan Diego Flórez, Italia, features the tenor leaning on a convertible sports car as the cover art. It's not the first time the classical music industry has used this idea in promotion. Giuseppe Di Stefano and Franco Corelli released albums of Neapolitan songs with them prominently enjoying the comforts of luxury automobiles. This concept wasn't limited to male singers. See what soprano happily sprawled across the car hood for one of her Decca recordings, as well as the cover art for the tenors mentioned above, after the jump. 




Liebe, Love, L'amour
Felicia Weathers


2 comments:

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  2. Using sports cars in promotion of music is such a great idea. The concept is pretty clear, human brain feels the thing good which look beautiful and it is common human psychology. "Juan Diego Flórez" has used the sport cars as a support for promotion but I feel, this music has its own quality to be successful at its own. Anyways, thanks for the post. European auto specialist Folsom.

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