Listen to the 24-year-old Lanza in one of his earliest recordings in English. This is a live radio performance of the demanding "Ah, Moon of My Delight" from Lehmann's 1896 song cycle In a Persian Garden on CBS's "Great Moments in Music," 26 December 1945. The conductor is Georges Sebastian.
Lanza's recorded legacy consists of multiple versions in many instances. Where these occur, I have highlighted what I consider the best rendition(s) in bold. In most instances (irrespective of whether Lanza recorded the song once or multiple times), the best CD reproduction of the rendition can be located by "rolling over" the text.
Note: If you are new to Lanza, or simply want to hear him at his consistent best in the English-language repertoire, I would recommend the 2016/2017 Sepia Records CDsNever Till Now and One Alone. Full details about these releases can be found here and here.