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Mario del Monaco

The stentorian dramatic tenor of Mario del Monaco was heard across the world through the 1950s and 1960s. While frequently berated by critics for his unsubtle vocal creation, del Monaco was a preferred of viewers who valued his power and sincerity of strategy while tackling the heaviest functions in the …

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Melchiorre Luise

Melchiore Luise was a trusted comprimario in Italian opera businesses in the 1950s. (A comprimario may be the operatic exact carbon copy of a personality professional). Among the traditional recordings where he participated had been Renata Tebaldi’s La forza del destino and Maria Callas’ Tosca.

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Hilde Güden

Hilde Gueden (given birth to Hulda Geiringer) was among the amazing youthful Mozart/Strauss singers who emerged from Vienna soon after WWII and who dominated Mozart overall performance well in to the 1960s. Gueden’s substantial ease in the very best register destined her to sing the lighter tasks of Richard Strauss …

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Dario Caselli

In the annals of opera, the comprimari singers are rarely celebrated. They are the character stars from the genre: dependable singers, actually or vocally not really celebrities, but with the flexibleness and professional achievement to appear on a single stage using the Carusos, Callases, Pavarottis and Frenis in functions like …

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Tito Gobbi

Tito Gobbi was an admired operatic baritone. He originally researched at Padua University or college for a profession in legislation, but he ultimately offered that up and only pursuing tone of voice lessons in Rome with Giulio Crimi. He produced his operatic debut in the city of Gubbio in 1935, …

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Aldo Protti

With nothing beats Tito Gobbi’s incisive voice and cunning histrionic ability, Giuseppe Taddei’s sumptuous sound and witty personality, or Ettore Bastianini’s bronzed vocal instrument, Aldo Protti non-etheless managed a substantial career in the Italy from the 1950s and 1960s. Essentially a residence baritone for London/Decca Information before the firm obtained …

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Antonietta Stella

Seeming every once in awhile a significant contender for consideration with the fantastic prima donnas of her period — Callas, Tebaldi, and Milanov — Antonietta Stella never quite taken together all of the components of her lavish present. An immensely appealing woman with huge, deep-set eye and a shape that …

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Alberto Erede

Conductor Alberto Erede was popular for his opera shows in Europe as well as the United Sates, especially through the 1930s before 1960s. He started his musical research for the piano and cello. He researched composition in the Milan Conservatory before making a decision to spend his energies to performing. …

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Renata Tebaldi

Renata Tebaldi faced great physical problems when she contracted polio in age three. Conquering her impairment, she later researched voice in the Arrigo Boito Conservatory in Parma with the fantastic soprano Carmen Melis. Her 1st public appearance arrived in 1944 as Elena in Boito’s Mefistofele in the Teatro Municipale in …

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L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande

Established by the end of the devastating battle that experienced enveloped almost all of Europe aside from Switzerland, L’Orchestre de la Suisse Romande was called for the French-speaking part of the tiny nation. With the tenacity and devotion of its creator, conductor Ernest Ansermet, it became a local, then national …

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