Baritones

  • Giuseppe Danise

    Giuseppe Danise

    In a generation, which boasted so many great Italian baritones, as among the most important ones, even though today he is undeservedly underrated. Born on January 11th 1883 in Naples he studied singing with Luigi Colonnesi and Abramo Petillo in his hometown. In 1906 he …

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  • Enrico Molinari

    Enrico Molinari

    Enrico Molinari was born on December 21st 1882 in Venice where he studied at the Liceo Marcello and where he also made his operatic debut as a bass in 1907. He enjoyed a successful career as a bass singer on Italian stages. We find his name …

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  • Umberto Urbano

    Umberto Urbano

    Those who consider records provide exact and reliable documentary evidence of the history of singing will often be surprised: there are names one repeatedly encounters in the cast lists of major international opera houses but who have left either no records at all or just …

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  • Giuseppe Bellantoni

    Giuseppe Bellantoni

    Born in Messina / Sicily in 1880 (unfortunately, it was impossible to trace the exact birth and death date) he first studied singing in his hometown and later in Rome with Antonio Cotogni. In 1905 he made his debut  at the opera house of Messina …

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  • Domenico Viglione Borghese

    Domenico Viglione Borghese

    On July 3rd 1877, in the same year as Titta Ruffo, Domenico Viglione Borghese was born in Mondovì / Piemont. After having started agricultural studies in Milan which were soon abandoned, he started to have his voice trained at the Conservatory in Pesaro and by …

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