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Helge Rosvaenge

Helge Rosvaenge stood atop the heap of dramatic tenors in Central European countries for a lot more than 3 decades. A unique way of measuring vocal longevity suffered his reputation at a number of important locations (specifically in Vienna) and lent his name a renowned aura even while his career …

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Georg Hann

Sometimes known as a bass, but really while bass-baritone, Georg Hann possessed the dark, biting shade to complement the weightiness of several true basses. His luxurious stage personality frequently led him into caprice as he forced and drawn the music about, creating riveting characterizations that not really infrequently veered in …

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Julius Patzak

Although thoroughly trained being a musician, Viennese tenor Julius Patzak had small, if any, specialized schooling in the vocal arts. However, he became a preferred among viewers in his indigenous town and second and then Richard Tauber being a get good at stylist in the Central Western european repertory. His …

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