Italian baritone Rolando Panerai has already established probably one of the most long lasting of singing careers, mainly in encouraging roles. His profession lasted over half of a century, you start with his appearance at Naples in 1947 in Rossini’s Mosè. He became a member of the roster at La Scala in 1951 after debuting in Samson et Dalila. He sang shows of the name part of Falstaff as well as the a part of Dr. Dulcamara in L’Elisir d’Amore in 2001. He analyzed in Florence with Frazzi and in Milan with Giulia Tess. In his debut 12 months of 1947 he also sang Luna, Giorgio Germont, and Rossini’s Count number Almaviva. Another of his best-known functions is usually Ford in Falstaff, that was he debut part in the Salzburg Festival of 1957. He regularly collaborated in overall performance and documenting with conductor Herbert von Karajan, who presented Panerai’s best function. He sang in the Italian premiere of Hindemith’s Mathis der Maler in 1957. He documented Così lover tutte, Falstaff, and La Bohème double, and also made an appearance in recordings of Cavalleria rusticana, I Puritani, Il Trovatore, Madama Butterfly, I Pagliacci, L’Elisir d’amore, and Lucia di Lamermoor.