Forgotten Opera Singers

Forgotten Opera Singers
Singers of the San Carlo Grand Opera Company

Jun 16, 2015

Richard Schubert (Tenor) (Dessau, Germania; December 15, 1885 - Oberstaufen, Germania; October 12, 1959)





He studied singing under Rudolf von Milde in Dessau and made his debut as baritone in 1909 at the  Stadttheater in Strasbourg. After renewed education with Rudolf von Milde, Hans Nietan in Dresden and Vittorio Vanzo in Milan, he was engaged in the 1911-1913 seasons as tenor by the Stadttheater in Nuremberg.

Chronology of some appearances

1913-1917 Wiesbaden Hoftheater
1917- 1935 Hamburg Opernhaus
1917 Zurich Stadttheater
1920-1929 Vienna Staatsoper
1921-1922 Chicago Opera
1923-1924 Zurich Stadttheater
1937 Stettin Stadttheater
1938 Osnabrück Stadttheater

RECORDINGS FOR SALE









Grammophon, Berlin 1919/1920
Walküre (Wagner): Winterstürme wichen dem Wonnemond 65643 (B22057)

Grammophon, Berlin 1920-10/11
Siegfried (Wagner): Nothung! Nothung! 65603 (B22013)
Siegfried (Wagner): Schmiede, mein Hammer 65603 (B22014)

Grammophon, Berlin 1921 (Summer?)
Königin von Saba (Goldmark): Am Fuss des Libanon 65597 (B22004)
Königin von Saba (Goldmark): Ich hebe mich zu lauschen 65597 (B22005)
Tristan und Isolde (Wagner): Wohin nun Tristan scheidet 65643 (B22058)
Otello (Verdi): Jeder Knabe kann mein Schwert mir entreissen 65586 (042596)
Lohengrin (Wagner): In fernem Land 65670 (B22076)
Meistersinger von Nürnberg (Wagner): Fanget an! 65670 (B22077)



















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