Fleta was among the reigning tenors after Caruso, well-known for his vocal virility and interest, a saving superstar, creator from the function of Calaf in Puccini’s Turandot, along with a amount almost seeing that dramatic in his personal lifestyle as over the opera stage. Like his compatriots Alfredo Kraus, Giacomo Aragall, Luis Lima, and Plácido Domingo, he produced a spot of executing and documenting zarzuela music, adding to its continuing popularity within the non-Hispanic countries. His order of dynamics was extraordinary, with an exceedingly great diminuendo, though he was frequently accused of over-using this impact, and his high records had a robust ring, though once again, he was accused of sketching focus on them at the trouble of all of those other vocal series. His performing potential showed young, though he previously only simple musical education from an area priest. He got into a Jota competition (a melody/dance design from Aragon, Spain), even though he didn’t win, was suggested to persist. His sibling organized for him to audition for the Liceo Conservatory, and something of the instructors, Luisa Pierrich, became his coach there. She afterwards had taken him to Italy, where she presented him to Riccardo Zandonai. Fleta produced his opera debut as Paolo within a creation of Zandonai’s Francesca da Rimini in 1919 on the Teatro Comunale in Trieste. He was presented with other assignments, and soon made an appearance on the main theaters in European countries. He and Pierrich wedded after her divorce was last. In 1922, Zandonai involved him to generate Romeo on the planet premiere of his Giulietta e Romeo. Within the same yr, Fleta began some shows in Mexico and Central and SOUTH USA, and also produced his famous documenting of Osman Perez Freire, which offered a lot more than 100,000 copies, amazing sales for that point. He produced his Metropolitan Opera debut the next yr. His La Scala debut is at 1924, because the Duke in Rigoletto. He was planned to sing in the Met for another two months, but made a decision to sign using the Teatro Apolo in Madrid rather. The Met’s general supervisor, Gatti-Casazza effectively sued Fleta for breach of agreement. In 1926, Fleta came back to La Scala to surface in the entire world premiere of Puccini’s Turandot, particularly selected by Toscanini to sing Calaf. In the past due ’20s and early ’30s, he experienced vocal complications, in addition to divorcing Pierrich and marrying Carmen Mirat in 1927. In 1936, he started teaching in the Madrid Conservatory, and in addition became energetic in politics, highly assisting the Falangists. He passed away at age 45 from kidney disease. His boy, Pierre Fleta, created during his relationship with Pierrich, was himself a tenor, though substantially less popular, who later on became director from the Luttich Opera.
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|Carta a una mujer||1963||Miguel|
|Las estrellas||1961||Giovanni Rosini|
|Tu marido nos engaña||1960|
|Buen viaje, Pablo||1959|
|El frente infinito||1959||Sargento Soriano|
|La frontera del miedo||1958|
|Rapsodia de sangre||1958||Coronel|
|Pasaje a Venezuela||1957|
|Un tesoro en el cielo||1957|
|La cárcel de cristal||1957|
|El último cuplé||1957|
|Sitiados en la ciudad||1957|
|Los ojos en las manos||1956|
|Hospital de urgencia||1956|
|El difunto es un vivo||1956||Florentino|
|Pleito de sangre||1956||Pedro Casanovas|
|El ojo de cristal||1956||Agente Pérez|
|Nunca es demasiado tarde||1956||Antonio|
|Los agentes del quinto grupo||1955||Carlos Martín|
|La hija del circo||1945|
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