Bechi was among the leading Verdian performers in Italy during his prime, showing up in almost all the lyric and dramatic baritone tasks aswell as verismo and occasional bel canto tasks and several globe premieres, acclaimed both for his tone of voice as well as for his powerful performing. He appeared in a number of movies, typically light passionate comedies such as for example Una voce nel tuo cuore, Pronto, chi parla, Amanti in fuga, and Il segreto di Don Giovanni, the majority of which were effectively released in america. He studied tone of voice in his indigenous Florence, chiefly under Raul Frazzi, who urged him to consider Titta Ruffo like a model. He produced his debut in 1936 at Empoli as Germont pere in Verdi’s La traviata. His Rome debut arrived two years later on, accompanied by his La Scala debut as Don Carlo in Verdi’s La forza del destino. He was quickly a preferred and regular at both homes, starring in the globe premiere of Rocca’s Monte Ivnor in Rome and in Verdi’s Nabucco when La Scala reopened in 1946 after Globe Battle II. His profession was almost completely in Italy, though he produced his London debut at Covent Backyard in 1950 within the La Scala tour and continuing to sing there until 1953, and he also made an appearance in North and SOUTH USA. By that point, however, his tone of voice was displaying significant indications of put on, which he attemptedto face mask by mannerisms and overemphasis. He retired in 1961, privately teaching college students.