Nect, Giuseppe Di Stefano:
Oh, and Aretha.
Interestingly, I ran into some trouble trying to hunt down a version from famed German tenor, Fritz Wunderlich (chosen for inclusion partially because I love his name so much).
Sadly, I was unable to find a hashtagged version of Wunderlich to include in this followup.
Relatedly, I discovered that it's not terribly easy to find versions from many classic German performers. Not because there are no available recordings, but because they're frequently not evenin Italian; they're in German. And the German sounds incredibly weird, especially after listening to so many Italian versions in such quick succession. (I could probably get get used to it, though. Especially if Rudolf Schock was involved, because his tone is just wonderful.)