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Ren?e Fleming's previous three recital discs for Decca ("i"Mozart Arias, "i"Opera Scenes and "i"Strauss Heroines) had some kind of name other than her own on the cover. This one doesn't bother, which leaves you in no doubt that the whole thing is about the lady herself: glossily packaged to fill the gap in the sleekly glamorous super-diva market that Kiri te Kanawa stands poised to leave as age creeps up on her. Fleming in fact has more to offer than Dame Kiri ever did. She's the compleat soprano, with a warm, rich sound, a stunning upper range, dramatic presence and a good line in embellishment. And with this disc you get it all and more. The repertory is standard: 19th- and early 20th-century opera arias, mostly verismo but with Verdi, Bizet, Massenet and a spotlit "Casta Diva" from Bellini. And it comes with dazzling style. She may not quite suggest the vulnerability you look for in a Liù, a Butterfly or a Lauretta, but the elegance, security and musicality is undeniable. With silken sound in the accompaniments, this disc is designed to sell you Ms Fleming as the most accomplished female voice of the moment. It succeeds. --Michael White

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