Forgotten Opera Singers

Forgotten Opera Singers
Forgotten Tenors: Leon Laffitte (2 photos), Richard Kubla, Luigi Marletta and William Miller

Sep 29, 2012

Elda di Veroli (Soprano) (Rome 1892 – Rome 1981)





She studied voice with Ersilia Ceresoli, making her debut as Gilda in ''Rigoletto'' at the Teatro Traiano in Civitavecchia in 1919. In the same year she sang the role of Norina in  ''Don  Pasquale''  at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome. She then appeared often at the Teatro San Carlo in Naples, as well as at the Teatro Costanzi, and the Teatro Carlo Felice in Genoa. In the season of 1922-23 she was engaged by the Italian  Opera in Holland, and in 1924 she had great success at the Teatro Carcano in Milan. In 1929 she had a lengthy series of appearances at the Teatro Donizetti in Bergamo, and further guest appearances brought her to Bologna, Trieste,  Verona, and Padua. She also toured Switzerland, Spain, Portugal, and Poland. In 1926 she appeared as Gilda at the Opera in Paris. Her career came to a close in 1937 because she was Jewish, and she was forced to remain hidden all  of 1943-1944. At the end of the War she appeared again in a concert broadcast over the Italian Radio.

Chronology of some appearances

1919 Civitavecchia Teatro Traiano Rigoletto (Gilda)
1921 Lecce Politeama Greco Rigoletto (Gilda)
1923 Genova   Teatro Carlo Felice Barbiere di Siviglia (Rosina)
1925 Lisbona   Coliseo Recrejos Barbiere di Siviglia (Rosina)
1927 Rimini Teatro Vittorio Emanuele Pescatori di Perle (Leila)
1931 London Concert
1933 Genova Politeama Genovese Rigoletto (Gilda)

RECORDINGS FOR SALE








Columbia, Milano
Rigoletto (Verdi): Si, Vendetta with Enrico Molinari  D 5758 B1692
Rigoletto (Verdi): Ah! Veglia o donna with Enrico Molinari D 5758 b 1694
Mignon (Thomas): Io son Titania CQ 370  B3076
Lucia di Lammermoor (Donizetti): Alfin son tua D5754 B1727



Sep 28, 2012

Lidya Lipkovskaya (Lydia Lipkovska) (Soprano) (village Babino, Bessarabian region of the Russian Empire 1884 – Beirut, Lebanon 1958)


                                                                   Juliet

                                                                 Violetta


                                                                  Mimi


Since 1903 she studied at the St. Petersburg Conservatory with Natalya Iretskaya. In 1907, 1909 and 1914 she perfected her vocal art under Vittorio Vanza at Milan. She made her debut in 1904 at the St. Petersburg Russian-Italian Private Opera House singing the role of Gilda in ‘’Verdi’s ‘’Rigoletto’’ opposite Nikolai Figner, who appeared in that performance as Duke. From 1906 to 1909, 1911 to 1913 and in the 1916-1917 season Lipkovskaya performed at the St. Petersburg Mariinsky Theatre. In 1908,  1911 and in 1929 she made guest appearances at the Moscow Bolshoi Theatre. She also sang in  Kiev, Odessa, Baku, Tbilisi, at the St. Petersburg National House and from 1913 to 1916 at the S. Zimin’s Private Opera House. From 1914 to 1915 she was a sololist of the Petrograd's Theatre of Musical Drama. In the 1915-1916 season she appeared in Kiev. In 1909 she sang with great success at La Scala, Milan where she appeared in ‘’Lakme’’, ‘’La Traviata’’ and ‘’I Puritani’’. The same year she also performed in Paris (Grand Opera), London (Covent Garden) and Boston, where she sang in ‘’Lucia di Lammermoor’’ opposite her husband, the great russian baritone Georgy Baklanov. From 1908 to 1912 she sang at the MET, New York, wher she made her debut as Gilda in ‘’Rigoletto’’. There, in 1909, she sang in ‘’Rigoletto’’ as a partner of Enrico Caruso and Mario Sammarco. In the 1910-1911 season she made guest appearance at the Chicago Opera House. In 1910 she also sang in Montreal. In the same period (1910-1911) she appeared at the Théâtre National de l'Opéra Comique, Paris. Here she performed in ‘’La Traviata’’, ‘’Lakme’’ and ‘’Thais’’. In 1910 she sang at the Opera House of Rome and then at La Scala, Milan in ‘’La Sonnambula’’ and in other operas under Arturo Toscanini.  Lipkovskaya retired from the stage in 1941. She sang for the last time at Odessa in Verdi’s ‘’La Traviata’’ She had a beautiful silvery, but warm voice and an amazing vocal range (she could easily sing F in the 3rd octave). Her technical ability was perfect and allowed her to perform even the most difficult passaggi with ease. She was also an eccentric woman, a great actress, and had an amazing natural feeling.

Chronology of some appearances


1909 Boston  Opera House Carmen (Micaela)
1909 Boston  Opera House Rigoletto (Gilda)
1909 New York  Teatro Metropolitan Rigoletto (Gilda)
1909 New York  Teatro Metropolitan Traviata (Violetta)
1909 Boston  Opera House Boheme (Mimi)
1909  Boston  Opera House Traviata (Violetta)
1910 Boston  Opera House Rigoletto (Gilda)
1910 Boston  Opera House Boheme (Mimi)
1910  Chicago  Auditorium Traviata (Violetta)
1910 New York  Teatro Metropolitan Traviata (Violetta)
1911 Philadelphia  Teatro Metropolitan Rigoletto (Gilda)
1911 Baltimora  Opera House  Boheme (Mimi)
1911 Londra  Covent Garden Boheme (Mimi)
1911 Boston  Opera House Traviata (Violetta)
1911 Philadelphia  Teatro Metropolitan Traviata (Violetta)
1914 Montecarlo  Grand Theatre Boheme (Mimi)
1920 Montreal  His Majestic's Rigoletto (Gilda)
1920 Montreal  His Majestic Boheme (Mimi)
1920 New York  Manhattan Theater Rigoletto (Gilda)
1920 New York Manhattan Theater Traviata (Violetta) 

RECORDINGS FOR SALE









Columbia, New York 1911-04-05
Don Giovanni (Mozart):  Là ci darem la mano with Ramon Blanchart A5297
Barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini): Dunque io son with Ramon Blanchart A5297 80720

Gramophone, St Petersburg 1912-12-19
Snow Maiden (Rimsky-Korsakov): How painful here 023114 2724c
Snow Maiden (Rimsky-Korsakov): With friends to gather berries 023115 2725c
Semiramide (Rossini): Bel raggio pt 1, pt 2 053307 2726c
Semiramide (Rossini): Bel raggiopt pt 2 053308 2726½c

Gramophone, St Petersburg 1912-12-21
Iolanta (Tchaikovsky): Iolanta's arioso 2-23698 17157b
Tosca (Puccini): Vissi d'arte 2-23699  17158b
Barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini): Una voce poco fa 023116 2728c
Barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini): Io sono docile 023117 27281/2C

Gramophone, St Petersburg 1913-11-27
Boheme (Puccini): Si, mi chiamano Mimi 023131 2941c

Gramophone, Wien 1914-01-08
Hamlet (Thomas): Nega se puoi la luce with Georgy Baklanov 054476 736m

Gramophone, St Petersburg 1914-01-17
Rigoletto (Verdi): Caro nome  023137 281af
Romeo et Juliette (Gounod): Je veux vivre 023138 282af

Gramophone, St Petersburg 1914-01-20
The Tsar's Bride (Rimsky-Korsakov): All the livelong day 4 2-23827 5335ae
Coppelia (Delibes) Valse 023135 286af
Sylvia (Delibes): Pizzicato 0231402 87af

Gramophone, St Petersburg 1914-01-21
Sixteen years (Dargomyzhsky) 2-23815 5346ae
Frühlingsnacht (Schumann); Dichterliebe: Die Rose, die Lillie (Schumann) 2-23816 5347ae


 

Sep 25, 2012

Charlotte Marie Agussol (Soprano) (Toulon 1863 - Paris 1953)



Till 1887 she studied at the Conservatoire de Paris and made her debut at the Paris Grand Opéra in 1888 as Urbano in ‘’Gli Ugonotti’’ of Meyerbeer. In 1888 she sang the role of Stéphano in the première of Gounod’s ‘’Roméo et Juliette’’ with Adelina Patti, Jean and Édouard de Reszke, Jean-Francois Delmas and Léon Melchissèdec. In 1893 she sang at the Grand Opéra in the French première of ‘’Walkiria’’. In 1899 she sang there the role of Ascagne in the première of ‘’La Prise de Troie’’ of  Berlioz. Later she active at the Grand Opéra as comprimario.

Chronology of some appearances

1899 Théâtre de l'Opéra, Palais Garnier Guillaume Tell (Jemmy)
1903 Théâtre de l'Opéra, Palais Garnier Les Huguenots  (Urbain)
1905 Théâtre de l'Opéra, Palais Garnier Armide (Plaisir/bergère)

RECORDINGS FOR SALE







 
G&T, Paris 1901 
Huguenots (Meyerbeer): Nobile Seigneurs 33141 671g
Faust (Gounod) Jewel Song  33136
 
G&T, Paris 1902 (late) 
Romeo et Juliette (Gounod): Madrigal with Affre 34005 1228-F

Zonophone, Paris 1902 (autumn)
 
Manon (Massenet): Je suis encore tout etourdie 2074-X
Huguenots (Meyerbeer): Cavatine du page X-2007


Odeon, Paris 1904

 Invocation (d'Hardelot)  33449
Ave Maria (Gounod) 33451


Favorite, Paris 1905
 
Mireille (Gounod): Chanson du berger 1-6032

APGA, Paris 1906?
 
Dragons de Villars (Maillart): Espoir charmant 1309
Hérodiade (Massenet): Il est doux, il est bon 1311
Dragons de Villars (Maillart): Air des mules 1318


Sep 24, 2012

Sergei Yudin (Tenor) (Moscow 1889 – Moscow 1963)


                                                                   Faust


He studied singing with Gregori Alchevsky and A. M. Dodonov. From 1911 to 1914 and from 1919 to 1941 he appeared at the Bolshoi Theatre of Moscow. There he made his debut in ‘’Ruslan and Ludmila’’ (1911). From 1914 to 1919 Yudin was  a soloist of the S. Zimin’s Opera House. In the 1914-1915 season he made guest appearances in Kazan.

Chronology of appearance

1911-1914 Moscow Bolshoi Theatre
1914-1919 Moscow S. Zimin’s Opera House
1919-1941 Moscow Bolshoi Theatre

RECORDINGS FOR SALE








Pathé, St. Petersburg 1912/1913
Cavalleria Rusticana (Mascagni):  Siciliana 21212
Dear little child, my pet (Gretchaninov) 21206
Es war ein Traum (Lassen) 21209
O Lord, how good (Amani) 21207
Rigoletto (Verdi): Ballata del Duca  21205
Rigoletto (Verdi): Canzonetta del Duca 21213
Sadko (Rimsky-Korsakov): Song of the Indian guest 21210
Who will return to me (Podgoretsky) 21208
Manon (Massenet): Air de Des Grieux  Pathe 21204

Beka, Moscow 1914
Faust (Gounod): Salut demeure R11105
Pêcheurs de perles (Bizet): Je crois entendre R11103
May Night (Rimsky-Korsakov): Sleep, My Beauty  R11102
Rigoletto (Verdi): La donna é mobile  R11106
Eugene Onegin (Tchaikovsky): Where where you have left R11095






















Sep 23, 2012

Giovanni Tegonini (Tenor) (Parma 1877 - ?)


                                         

His real surname was Tegoni. Probably he made his debut in 1901 at concert.

Chronology of some appearances

1901 Trento Teatro Sociale Stagione
1903 Parma Teatro Regio Trovatore (Manrico)
1905 Piacenza Teatro Municipale Cavalleria Rusticana (Turiddu)
1907 Forli Teatro Comunale Traviata (Alfredo)
1909 Sanremo Teatro Principe Amedeo Pagliacci (Canio)
1911 Bari Teatro Petruzzelli Aida (Radames)
1913 Novara  Teatro Coccia   Fanciulla del West (Johnson)
1916 Livorno Teatro Goldoni Pagliacci (Canio)

RECORDINGS FOR SALE








Edison 4-min cylinders, Milano 1910?
Gioconda (Ponchielli): Cielo e mar 4M-7529 BA 22450
Lucia di Lammermoor (Donizetti): Tu che a Dio 4M-7532 BA 22453
Tosca (Puccini): Recondita armonia 4M-7551 BA 22472


  

Luigi Siroli (Tenor) (Cesena 1884 - ?)




Probably he made his debut in 1907 and sang mostly in the italian provincial theatres.

Chronology of some appearances

1908 Nizza Monferrato Politeama Garibaldi Lucia di Lammermoor (Edgardo)
1910 Novara Teatro Coccia Loreley (Walter)
1912 Taranto Teatro Eden Cavalleria Rusticana (Turiddu)
1914 Trapani Teatro Garibaldi Fanciulla del West (Johnson)
1916 Torino Teatro Trianon  Ernani (Ernani)
1918 Como Politeama Lariano Lucia di Lammermoor (Edgardo)

RECORDINGS FOR SALE








Disco Italia
Trovatore (Verdi): Ai nostri monti 9028
Andrea Chenier: (Giordano) Si fui soldato 9032
Andrea Chenier (Giordano): Come un bel di di maggio 9033
  

Aristide Anceschi (Baritone) (Modena 1866 - Milano 1938)





Probably he made his debut in 1892 at  the  dell'Arena Azeglio in Bologna as Silvio in ‘’Pagliacci’’. Already in 1894 he appeared at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome in ‘’Manon’’. In 1900 he sang at the Politama Regina Margherita in Cagliari the role of Scarpia in the premiere of Puccini’s ‘’Tosca’’. In 1901 Anceschi made successful guest performances at the Teatro Khediviale in Cairo. Guest appearances followed in Rio de Janeiro, San Paolo, Rosario di Santa Fи, Santiago del Cile and Valparaiso. In 1905 he performed at the Teatro San Carlo in  Lisbon as in ‘’Rigoletto’’, in 1907 again at the Teatro Municipal of Santiago de Chile as Sharpless in ‘’Madama Butterfly’’. In 1914 Anceschi sang at Covent Garden in Puccini’s ‘’La Boheme’’. He retired from the stage in 1926 and then taught singing in Milan.


Chronology of some appearances

1892 Bologna dell'Arena Azeglio Pagliacci (Sivlio)
1894 Rome Teatro Costanzi Manon (De Bretigny)
1900 Cagliari Politama Regina Margherita Tosca (Scarpia)
1905 Lisbon Teatro San Carlo Rigoletto (Rigoletto)
1907 Santiago de Chile Teatro Municipal Madama Butterfly (Sharpless)
1914 London Covent Garden La Boheme (Marcello)
1916 Bologna Teatro Verdi Andrea Chenier (Gerard)
1918 Malta Teatro Reale Iris (Kyoto)
1920 Palermo Teatro Biondo Boheme (Marcello)
1922 Genova Politeama Genovese Germania (Worms)
1924 Milano Teatro Verdi Ballo in Maschera (Riccardo)
1926 Siracusa Teatro Comunale Amico Fritz (David)

RECORDINGS FOR SALE









Zonophone, Milano 1902-09?
Faust (Gounod): Dio possente X-1747
Ballo in maschera (Verdi) Eri tu X-1758
Ernani (Verdi) O dei verd'anni miei X-1711
Faust (Gounod) Morte di Valentino X-1748
Favorita (Donizetti) A tanto amor X-1713
Pagliacci (Leoncavallo) Prologo X-1712
Rigoletto (Verdi) Miei Signori  X-1760

Pathe, Milano 1906?
Puritani (Bellini): Ah! per sempre io ti perdei 86172 10185
Ernani (Verdi):  Da quel di with Noria Mazza 86175 12560
Traviata (Verdi): Di Provenza il mar 86178 10185


 

Ermanno Pezzutti (Tenor)


                                                                    Radu




He studied with the teacher Serafino Di Falco and probably made his debut in 1902 at the Politeama Verdi in Sassari as Cavaradossi in ‘’Tosca’’. The next year, he performed at the Teatro Dal Verme in Milan singing the role of Alfredo in ‘’La Traviata’’. In 1905 Pezzuti made guest appearance at the Waldorf Theatre in London. Here he sang in ‘’Adriana Lecouvreur’’, ‘’Cavalleria rusticana’’, ‘’Fiorella’’ and ‘’Traviata’’. Then he appeared with success in Parma (Teatro Regio), Genova (Politeama Genovese), Malta (Teatro Reale), Napoli (Teatro San Carlo) etc. Pezzutti continues to appear in different italian opera houses untill 1933 making his last performace at the Teatro Alfieri in Asti as Calaf in ‘’Turandot’’. Probably he went to sing abroad only once – In London.

Chronology of some appearances

1902 Sassari Politeama Verdi Tosca (Cavaradossi)
1904 Mantova Teatro Sociale Siberia (Vassili)
1906 Piacenza Teatro Municipale Boheme (Rodolfo)
1907 L'Aquila Teatro Comunale Tosca (Cavaradossi)
1909 Ferrara Teatro Tosi Borghi Amico Fritz (Fritz)
1911 Genova Politeama Genovese Manon Lescaut (De Grieux)
1913 Napoli Teatro San Carlo Boheme (Rodolfo)
1917 Milano Teatro Carcano Gioconda (Enzo)       
1919 Siena Teatro Dei Rinnovati Pagliacci (Canio)
1923 Roma Teatro Nazionale Traviata (Alfredo)
1933 10 Asti Teatro Alfieri Turandot (Calaf)

RECORDINGS FOR SALE








Odeon Fonotipia, Milano 1906-01-01
Traviata (Verdi): Scena della borsa 37450 xM 799
Barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini): Se il mio nome 37451 xM 800
Barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini): Ecco ridente in cielo 37461

Odeon Fonotipia, Milano 1908-01-01
Adriana Lecouvreur (Cilea): L'anima ho stanca 37695
Andrea Chenier (Giordano): Si fui soldato 37698 xM 1189mb
Fedora (Giordano): Amor ti vieta 37709 xM 1186mb
Cavalleria Rusticana (Mascagni): Addio alla madre 37726 xM 1176
Traviata (Verdi): Dei miei bollenti spiriti 37755 xM 1178
Mefistofele (Boito): Giunto sul passo estremo 37786 xM 1179

Gramophone, Milano 27- 3-17
Manon Lescaut (Puccini): Tra voi belle 7-252100, R 5483
Manon Lescaut (Puccini): No pazzo son 7-252101, R5483

Fonotipia, Milano 1930-10-30
Carmen (Bizet): Sei tu? Son io with Florica Cristoforeanu 172148  xxPh 6634
Carmen (Bizet): Ebben io t'amo ancora with Florica Cristoforeanu 172147 xxPh 6635
Carmen (Bizet): No, tu non m'ami with Florica Cristoforeanu 172147, xxPh 6635

Disco Italia
Fanciulla del West (Puccini): Una parola solaVergogna mia 9030, 9031





















Alessandro Ravazzolo (Tenor) (Padova 1870 - Milano 1948)



                                                               Lohengrin

He studied in Padova with the composer Orefice and he made his debut in 1898 at Sociale of Lonigo in ‘’La Boheme’’. He withdrew in the thirties and spent the last years at the "Casa di Riposo G.Verdi" in Milan.

Chronology of some appearances

1898 Lonigo Teatro Sociale Boheme (Rodolfo)
1900 Padova Teatro Verdi Manon (De Grieux)
1902 Parma Teatro Regio Mignon (Guglielmo)
1904 Mantova Teatro Sociale Nadeya di C.Rossi
1906 Firenze    Teatro Della Pergola    Tosca (Cavaradossi)
1908 Pavia Teatro Fraschini    Fedora (Loris)
1910 Pistoia Teatro Manzoni Werther (Werther)
1912 Pistoia Teatro Manzoni Fedora (Loris)
1915 Brindisi   Teatro Verdi    Traviata (Alfredo)
1920 Casale Monferrato Teatro Sociale Manon Lescaut (Edmondo)
1924 Lucca Teatro Del Giglio Carmen (Remendado)
1926 Treviso   Teatro Sociale Mefistofele (Wagner/Nereo)
1928 Piacenza Teatro Municipale Otello (Cassio)
1930 Modena Teatro Municipale Fanciulla del West
1931 Torino Eiar Traviata (Gastone)

RECORDINGS FOR SALE









Odeon, Milano 1905
Mefistofele (Boito): Folletto, folletto with Oreste Luppi 7000
Faust (Gounod): Salve dimora 37035
Traviata (Verdi): Parigi o cara  with Elisa Tromben  37058
Mignon (Thomas): Addio Mignon 37050

Columbia
Lohengrin (Wagner): Merce cigno gentil D4355 11304



Sep 22, 2012

Giuseppe Rizzini (Tenor) (? - Milano 1901)



He made his debut in 1885 at Ristori of Verona in ‘Attila’’.

Chronology of some appearances

1886 Como Teatro Sociale Stagione
1887 Livorno   Politeama I Lombardi Alla Prima Crociata (Oronte)
1888 Pesaro Teatro Rossini Francesca da Rimini di A.Cagnoni (Paolo)
1889 Genova Politeama Genovese Francesca da Rimini di A. Cagnoni           
1890 Roma Politeama Umberto I° Trovatore (Manrico)                     
1891 Ravenna Teatro Alighieri Aida (Radames)
1892 Spoleto Teatro Nuovo Norma (Pollione)

RECORDINGS FOR SALE









Zonophone, Milano 1902 (Spring)
Africana (Meyerbeer): O paradiso  X-418
Otello (Verdi): Esultate & Ora e per sempre addio X-427

Zonophone, Milano 1902
Trovatore (Verdi): Di quella pira 10807




















Lodovico Tomarchio (Tenor) (Catania 1886 - Los Angeles 1947)




He studied in Catania with the teacher Adernò and made his debut in 1910 at the Teatro Costanzi of Rome as Arlecchino in ‘’Pagliacci’’. Since 1923 he started to appear in  the United States where he settled in 1931. After the withdrawal settled in Los Angeles where he devoted himself to teaching. He took part in several films including the famous "Adventure to Vallechiara" with Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy.

Chronology of some appearances

1910 Roma Teatro Costanzi Pagliacci (Arlecchino)
1912 Bergamo Teatro Donizetti Carmen (Don Josê)
1914 Reggio Emilia Teatro Municipale Tannhauser (Tannhauser)
1916 Milano Teatro Dal Verme Crepuscolo Degli Dei (Sigfrido)
1920 La Spezia Politeama Duca di Genova Nadeja di C.Rossi
1922 Firenze Teatro Verdi Norma (Pollione)
1924 Cincinnati Zoo Stagione
1926 Dallas Fair Park Auditorium Marta (Lionello)
1929 Milano Teatro Dal Verme Pagliacci (Canio)
1930 San Francisco Opera Lohengrin (Lohengrin)

RECORDING FOR SALE








I wish to thank Giovanni Tomarchio for providing me this record

Private record
Pagliacci (Leoncavallo): Vesti la giubba 
  

Michele Tornesi (Tenor)





Probably he made his debut in 1898 and basically sang in South America (Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo). He made four records for Disco Zonofono.

Chronology of some appearances

1899 Buenos Ayres Politeama Argentino Cavalleria Rusticana (Turiddu)
1901 Bassano del Grappa Teatro Sociale Traviata (Alfredo)
1903 La Spezia Politeama Duca di Genova Tosca (Cavaradossi)
1905 Rosario Santa Fê Teatro Olimpo Iris (Osaka)
1907 San Paolo Teatro Santana Cavalleria Rusticana (Turiddu)
1909 Rosario di Santa Fê Teatro Colon Iris (Osaka)
1911 Buenos Ayres Teatro Marconi Rigoletto (Duca)
1914 Buenos Ayres Teatro Coliseo Boheme (Rodolfo)

RECORDINGS FOR SALE








Disco Zonofono, Milano 1902?
Mefistofele (Boito): Dai campi, dai prati  X-1852
Germania (Franchetti): No, non chiuder gli occhi vaghi  X-1879




















Gerolamo Galbiero (Gerolamo Ingar) (Tenor) (Ronco all'Adige/Verona 1873 - ?)




Probably his real name was Gerolamo Ingar. He made his debut at concert in 1900.

Chronology of some appearances

1901 Verona Teatro Ristori Sonnambula (Elvino)
1904 Salo Teatro Sociale Sonnambula (Elvino)
1906 Savona Teatro Chiabrera La Cabrera di T.Dupont
1908 Amsterdam Teatro Reale Andrea Chenier (Incredibile)
1910 Pistoia Teatro Manzoni Adriana Lecouvreur (Maurizio)
1912 Pisa Teatro Verdi Werther (Werther)
1914 Milano Teatro Carcano Adriana Lecouvreur (Maurizio)
1917 New York 44th Street Theater   Faust (Faust)
1918 Winnipeg Teatro Walker Marta (Lionello)
1924 Crema Teatro Sociale Mefistofele (Wagner/Nereo)
1926 Livorno   Teatro Avvalorati Pagliacci (Peppe)
1929 Parma Politeama Reinach Trovatore (Ruiz)
1936 Lucca Teatro Del Giglio Andrea Chenier (Incredibile)

RECORDINGS OF SALE









Columbia, Milano 1904?
Bohème (Puccini): Mimi è tanto malata 10220
Lohengrin (Wagner): Merce, merce 10225
Contessa d'Amalfi (Petrella): Tra i rami fulgida 10282

Lyrophon
Rigoletto (Verdi): Parmi veder le lagrime J 733
Aida (Verdi): Celeste Aida J 734