Ezio Pinza (Fortunato Pinza) was probably one of the most popular and important basses from the twentieth hundred years. Given birth to in Rome in 1892, he originally wished to make a profession in sports, or simply anatomist, but after finding his tone of voice he began research at Ravenna and Bologna. He produced his debut in the city of Spezia as Oroveso in Bellini’s Norma in 1914, but his profession was soon postponed by service within the Italian Military during World Battle I. Following the battle, he sang on the Teatro Verdi in Florence in 1919 and the Teatro Costanzi in Rome where he sang leading jobs in La Forza del Destino, La Gioconda, Il barbière di Siviglia, and Aida. He produced his Teatro alla Scala debut in 1921 as Pogner in Die Meistersinger. This as well as other German jobs in Tristan und Isolde and Salome had been sung in Italian translations. He sang Tagellino within the premiere of Boito’s Nerone in 1924. During this time period, he also sang in Naples, Turin, as well as other Italian opera homes. His Metropolitan Opera debut emerged in 1926 as Pontifex Maximus in Spontini’s La Vestale. He sang there for another 22 years, and was significantly respected for his interpretations of leading Verdi jobs in La Forza del Destino, Simon Boccanegra, Aida, and Rigoletto. A lot more essential was his involvement within the revivals of Mozart’s Don Giovanni and Le nozze di Figaro; his importance towards the success of the productions can’t be overestimated, along with his visual appearance having just as much regarding his popularity as his outstanding vocal skills. Pinza was similarly popular in a number of French operas including Gounod’s Faust, Delibes’ Lakme, and Bizet’s Carmen. His Russian jobs included Ruler Didon in Rimsky-Korsakov’s Le Coq d’Or (in France) and Boris Godunov (in Italian). Various other essential jobs on the Metropolian Opera had been Raimondo in Lucia di Lammermoor, Basilio in Il barbière di Siviglia and the daddy in Louise. Pinza also made an appearance regularly in European countries at Covent Backyard, the Paris Opera, Salzburg Celebration, Florence, and Vienna Condition Opera. He made an appearance every season on the Teatro Digestive tract in Buenos Aires from 1925 until 1932. In america, he also sang in Chicago and SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA. Later in his profession, he appeared along with his little girl Claudia Pinza, who acquired a minor profession performing leading soprano jobs. After his pension in the opera stage, he produced an effective Broadway debut in South Pacific and afterwards in Fanny. He also made an appearance in several movies. The tone of voice of Ezio Pinza was a wealthy basso cantante. He previously an easy beauty of phrasing, that is exhibited in almost all of his recordings. He was in a drawback from a few of his co-workers because he cannot read music, but this designed that he was even more ready to follow the idea of the conductor and, certainly, he was a popular of Arturo Toscanini, Tullio Serafin, and Bruno Walter. He could sing the baritone part of Escamillo in Carmen as very easily because so many baritones. Although he previously the lower records of the bass, they didn’t have the existence usually from the accurate bass tone of voice, which designed that his Sarastro (The Magic Flute) had not been as effectual as his Figaro or Don Giovanni. He willingly undertook smaller sized functions such as for example Ferrando in Il Trovatore and Colline in La Bohème.
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|General Foods 25th Anniversary Show: A Salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein||1954||TV Movie||Emile de Becque (segment 'South Pacific')|
|Season's Greetings||1953||TV Movie|
|Bonino||1953||TV Series||Babbo Bonino|
|Tonight We Sing||1953||Feodor Chaliapin|
|Hollywood Opening Night||1953||TV Series|
|Robert Montgomery Presents||1952||TV Series||Tony Valeri|
|All Star Revue||1951-1952||TV Series||Guest Opera Bass Vocalist / Guest Opera Singer|
|The Ezio Pinza Show||1952||TV Series||Series Host|
|Strictly Dishonorable||1951||Count Augustino 'Gus' Caraffa|
|Mr. Imperium||1951||Prince Alexis aka Mr. Imperium|
|Carnegie Hall||1947||Ezio Pinza|
|The Last Station||2009||performer: "Gente, gente, all'armi, all'armi" - as Pinza|
|Big Night||1996||performer: "Giordani, Caro Mio Ben"|
|Only You||1994||performer: "Some Enchanted Evening"|
|My Life||1993||performer: "Some Enchanted Evening"|
|The Blues Brothers||1980||performer: "ANEMA E CORE UNTIL"|
|What's My Line?||1955||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|General Foods 25th Anniversary Show: A Salute to Rodgers and Hammerstein||1954||TV Movie performer: "Wedding Proposal Scene"|
|Season's Greetings||1953||TV Movie performer: "Panis Angelicus"|
|The George Burns and Gracie Allen Show||1952||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Strictly Dishonorable||1951||performer: "Everything I Have Is Yours" uncredited, "La veau d'or" uncredited, "Se a caso madama" uncredited, "Aria"|
|Mr. Imperium||1951||performer: "Let Me Look At You", "Andiamo", "Solamente una vez You Belong To My Heart" uncredited|
|Rehearsal: The Telephone Hour||1947||Short performer: "L' Ultima Canzone" fragment, "La ci darem la mano", "Le cor"|
|Carnegie Hall||1947||performer: "Il lacerato spirito", "Fin ch'han dal vino" - uncredited|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1954-1955||TV Series||Himself|
|A.N.T.A. Album of 1955||1955||TV Movie||Himself|
|The Name's the Same||1955||TV Series||Himself - Contestant|
|What's My Line?||1953-1955||TV Series||Himself - Guest Panelist / Himself|
|Person to Person||1954||TV Series documentary||Himself - Singer|
|The Martha Raye Show||1954||TV Series||Himself|
|The Dave Garroway Show||1953||TV Series||Himself|
|Texaco Star Theatre||1951-1953||TV Series||Himself - Singer|
|All Star Revue||1951-1953||TV Series||Himself - Guest Opera Bass Singer / Himself - Host|
|The Kate Smith Evening Hour||1951||TV Series||Himself|
|The Colgate Comedy Hour||1951||TV Series||Himself|
|We, the People||1949||TV Series||Himself|
|Rehearsal: The Telephone Hour||1947||Short||Himself|
|Salzburg, die Festspielstadt||1939||Documentary short||Don Giovanni|
|Out of My Dreams: Oscar Hammerstein II||2012||TV Movie documentary||Emile de Becque|
|Broadway: The American Musical||2004||TV Mini-Series documentary||Emile de Becque (in 'South Pacific')|
|Great Performances||1998||TV Series||Feodor Chaliapin in "Tonight We Sing"|
|20th Century-Fox: The First 50 Years||1997||TV Movie documentary||Actor 'South Pacific' (uncredited)|
|Only You||1994||Himself (uncredited)|
|The Dick Cavett Show||1971||TV Series||Himself|
|The Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Story||1951||Documentary|
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