Forgotten Opera Singers

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

Nov 30, 2013

Carlo Walter (Bass) (Venezia 1872 - ?)




He sang in the most important opera companies and in 1926 he was the first Timur in the premiere of ‘’Turandot’’ at La Scala of Milan. He made seven records for Columbia.

Chronology of some appearances

1894 Arezzo Teatro Petrarca   Favorita (Baldassarre)
1896 Vicenza   Teatro Verdi    Boheme (Colline)
1898 Palermo Teatro Massimo Aida (Ramfis)                       
1900 Odessa Teatro Municipale Africana (Don Pedro)
1902 Vienna Teatro Un Der Wien Lucia di Lammermoor (Raimondo)
1904 Trieste Politeama Rossetti Lohengrin (Re Enrico)
1907 Alessandria d'Egitto Teatro Zizinia Faust (Mefistofele)
1910 Roma Teatro Costanzi    Barbiere di Siviglia (Don Basilio)
1912 Madrid Teatro Reale Aida (Ramfis)
1914 Genova   Teatro Carlo Felice Ballo in Maschera (Samuel)
1916 Genova Teatro Carlo Felice Don Carlo (Filippo II°)
1919 Parma Politeama Reinach Barbiere di Siviglia (Don Basilio)
1922 Piacenza Teatro Municipale Gioconda (Alvise)
1925 Milano Teatro La Scala I Cavalieri di Ekebu' di R.Zandonai (Samzelius)
1927 Milano Teatro La Scala Franco Cacciatore (Eremita)
1929 Milano Teatro La Scala Rigoletto (Sparafucile)
1931 Milano Teatro La Scala Nerone di A.Boito (Dositeo)

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Columbia, Milano 1914?
Lohengrin (Wagner): O re del cielo 42284
Mefistofele (Boito): Ave Signor 42289 D9355


Arturo Di Giorgi (Baritone)


Probably he never appeared at the opera stages. He made some rare records in Germany for Vox.


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Vox, Berlin
Ebreo (Appolloni): Fu dio che disse 03180 616
Macbeth (Verdi): Pieta rispetto amore 03181 618


Eugenia Emanuelli (Soprano) (Torino? - ?)




She studied singing in Genova with the teacher Paolina Montechiaro. She made her debut in 1908 at the Teatro Rossi of Pisa in ‘’Fedora’’.

Chronology of some appearances

1908 Pisa Teatro Rossi Fedora (Olga)
1910 Roma Teatro Costanzi Cavalleria Rusticana (Santuzza)
1911 Milano Teatro La Scala  Arianna e Barba Blue di P. Dukas (Igrana)
1912 Genova Politeama Genovese Mefistofele (Elena)


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Edison 2-min cylinders, 1912?
Manon Lescaut (Puccini): In quelle trine morbide test, unpubl 44534


Emma Druetti (Soprano) (Siracusa 1888 - ?)




She studied singing in Rome at Santa Cecilia under Zaira Falchi and made her debut in 1907 at the Teatro Carlo Felice of Genova  in ‘’Loreley’’.

Chronology of some appearances

1907 Genova   Teatro Carlo Felice Loreley (Loreley)
1908 Palermo  Teatro Massimo Ballo in maschera (Amelia)
1909 Napoli Teatro San Carlo Aida (Aida)
1910 Napoli Teatro San Carlo Boheme (Mimì)
1912 Milano Teatro La Scala Norma (Adalgisa)
1935 Roma Teatro Dell'Opera Don CAarlo (Elisabetta)


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Edison 2-min cylinders, 1912?
Tosca (Puccini): Vissi d'arte test, unpubl. 44988


Angelo Bisagni (Tenor) (Busseto 1891 - Milano 1977)


He was born into a poor family.  He studied singing in Milan under Giuseppe Mandolini and in 1917 made his debut at the Teatro Verdi of Milan in ‘’Traviata’’. He retired from the stage in 1926 because of serious difficulties caused by a wrong formulation of the voice. He remained in the theatrical world and organized lyric shows in Busseto.

Chronology of some appearances

1917 Milano Teatro Verdi Traviata (Alfredo)
1920 Milano Teatro Dal Verme Tosca (Cavaradossi)
1921 Milano Teatro Verdi Ramutcho di S.Donaudy
1922 Milano Teatro Verdi Andrea Chenier (Chenier)
1923 Milano Kursaal Diana Andrea Chenier (Chenier)
1924 Genova   Teatro Carlo Felice Carmen (Don JosՌ)
1925 Genova   Teatro Andrea Doria Ernani (Ernani)
1926 Lucca Teatro Del Giglio Andrea Chenier (Chenier)

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Artiphon, Milano 1921?
Pagliacci (Leoncavallo): Vesti la giubba 8150
Pagliacci (Leoncavallo): Un tal gioco 8151



















Giuseppe Lenghi-Cellini (Tenor) (Modena, Italy 1881 - ?)



He took his degree as a doctor of law in the old university of Bologna. Studied music and singing as an amateur from childhood. He made his debut in 1907 at Pistoia (near Florence), in "Rigoletto," after which he appeared in several important towns of Italy in different principal roles. First appeared in London at a Chappell Ballad Concert, 9 Oct., 1909, and has since sung at principal provincial and London concerts. In 1912 sang at Royal Opera, Covent Garden, as principal tenor in the roles of Don Jose (" Carmen") and Canio (" Pagliacci). His favourite role was Duke in " Rigoletto." Much of his activity in England was on the concert stage. He toured Australia in 1924 as a member of the “Cellini-Zacharewitsch-Cimara” Concert Company.

Chronology of  some appearances

1907 Pistoia Opera House Rigoletto (Duca)
1912 London Covent Garden Carmen (Don Jose)
1912 London Covent Garden Pagliacci (Canio)


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Parlophon, London 1911?
Mignon (Thomas): Ah! non credevi tu 9007    
Mignon (Thomas): Addio Mignon 9008          
Trovatore (Verdi): Home to our mountains with  Carter P292 E9029
Rigoletto (Verdi): Questa o quella 9042          
Rigoletto (Verdi): La donna e mobile 9057     
Tosca (Puccini): Recondita armonia 1135
Tosca (Puccini): E lucevan le stelle 1135         

Parlophon, London 1911?
Pescatori di perle (Bizet): Mi par d'udire ancora 9086
Manon (Massenet): Chiudo gli occhi 9087
Pagliacci (Leoncavallo): Vesti la giubba 9088  
Carmen (Bizet): Il fior 1129

Parlophon, London 1912?
Gioconda (Ponchielli): Cielo e mar 1129
Faust (Gounod): Salve dimora 9206
Bohème (Puccini): Che gelida manina 9207
Cavalleria Rusticana (Mascagni): O Lola 307
Don Pasquale: Com'e gentil  9211      
Aida (Verdi): Celeste Aida 306          
Meistersinger von Nürnberg (Wagner): Preislied (Eng)  P9260
Fanciulla del west (Puccini): Che'lla mi creda 9261     
Manon (Massenet): Ah! fuyez, douce image 9293      
Stabat Mater (Rossini): Cujus Animan E 9294
Requiem (Verdi): Ingemisco E 9295

Parlophon, London 1913?
Pagliacci (Leoncavallo): Serenata 9383           
Pagliacci (Leoncavallo): No pagliaccio, non son 9384 
Manon Lescaut (Puccini): Donna non vi di mai 9385   
Manon Lescaut (Puccini): Ah! Manon, mi tradisce 9387         
Rigoletto (Verdi): Ella mi fu rapita 9473          
Rigoletto (Verdi): Parmi veder le lagrime 9474
Cavalleria Rusticana (Mascagni): Brindisi   307
Pagliacci (Leoncavallo): Un tal gioco, credetemi 9426 
Africana (Meyerbeer): O paradiso 306           
Werther (Massenet): Ah! Non mi ridestar 1130          

Vocalion, London
Forza del destino (Verdi): Solenne in quest'ora with  Baker A-0170


Nov 29, 2013

Vittorio Salbego (Tenor)



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Probably he made his debut in 1905 at the Teatro Rossini in ''Crispino e la Comare'' as Contino. During his career he also performed abroad ( Buenos Aires, Alessandria). He retired from the stage in 1930.

Chronology of some appearances

1905 Venezia Teatro Rossini   Crispino e la Comare (Contino)
1907 Novara Teatro Coccia    Falstaff (Fenton)
1909 Mantova Teatro Sociale  Madama Butterfly (Pinkerton)
1911 Cagliari   Teatro Civico   Madama Butterfly (Pinkerton)
1913 Fano Teatro Della Fortuna Madama Butterfly (Pinkerton)
1915 Torino Teatro Regio Madame Sans-Gene di U.Giordano (Neipperg)
1917 Firenze Teatro Della Pergola Cavalleria Rusticana (Turiddu)
1919 Forlì Politeama    Boheme (Rodolfo)
1921 Pistoia Teatro Manzoni   Lodoletta (Flammen)
1923 Bologna  Chiesa di S.Giacomo Maggiore Concerto Sacro
1925 Genova Teatro Carlo Felice Boris Godunov (Dimitri)
1930 Torino Teatro Regio Elektra (Egisto)


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Favorite, Verona 1907-09?
Traviata (Verdi): Un dì felice eterea with Anita Barbaini 2-39002  


Quarto Santarelli (Tenor) (Rimini 1877 - ?)



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He began career as comprimario and he made his second debut as first tenor in 1901 at the Teatro Vittorio Emanuele of Rimini in ‘’Elisir d'Amore’’. In last years of the career he performed mostly in Operetta. After the retirement he settled in Bucarest where he taught at the Conservatory. There one of his pupils was the great armenian tenor Garbis Zobian.

Chronology of some appearances

1900 Bari  Teatro Piccinni  Iris (Merciaiolo)
1901 Rimini Teatro Vittorio Emanuele Elisir d'amore (Nemorino)
1902 Fermo Teatro Dell'Aquila Elisir d'amore (Nemorino)
1903 Treviso Politeama Garibaldi Manon (De Grieux)
1904 Bari Teatro Petruzzelli     Traviata (Gastone)
1905 Reggio Emilia Teatro Municipale Germania (Korner)
1906 Galanzt Teatro Papadopulo Lucia di Lammermoor (Edgardo)
1907 Firenze Teatro Verdi Gioconda (Enzo)
1908 Milano Teatro Dal Verme Rigoletto (Duca)                               
1909 Novara Teatro Coccia    Navarraise (Garrido)
1910 Buenos Ayres Politeama Argentino Iris (Osaka)
1911 Zante Teatro Foscolo Traviata (Alfredo)
1912 Atene Teatro Arniottis    Boheme (Rodolfo)
1913 'S-Gravenhage    Gebouw Voor Kunsten en Wetenschappen     Don Pasquale (Ernesto)
1914 Vicenza   Teatro Eretenio Juana di A.Pedrollo (Ramon)
1915 Parma Politeama Reinach Compagnia di operette citta' di Roma


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Columbia, Milano, 1909/1910
Fedora (Giordano): Amor ti vieta 10856 C2408

Columbia/Cigale, Milano 1910?
Bohème (Puccini): Questa è Mimì D9221 10899
Bohème (Puccini): Mimì è tanto malata D9221 10901















Giovanni Genzardi (Tenor) (Palermo 1881 - Milano 1972)



He studied singing under the pedagogue Cantelli in Palermo. His stage debut occurred in 1903 at the Teatro Massimo as Alfredo in ‘’Traviata’’ of Verdi. He developed a successful career as a lyric tenor appearing at the leading Italian opera stages. During the 1920’s he was still active very successfully. After his retirement he spent his old age at the Casa di Riposo Verdi in Milan

Chronology of some appearances

1903 Palermo Teatro Massimo Traviata (Alfredo)
1906 Pesaro Teatro Rossini Lucia di Lammermoor (Edgardo)
1908 Salerno   Teatro Verdi    Adriana Lecouvreur (Maurizio) /
1910 Piacenza Teatro Municipale Manon (De Grieux)
1911 Ancona   Teatro Vittorio Emanuele Werther (Werther)
1914 Barcellona Teatro Liceo Barbiere di Siviglia (Almaviva)
1917 Milano Teatro Carcano Sonnambula (Elvino)
1919 Casale Monferrato Politeama Barbiere di Siviglia (Almaviva)
1921 Asti Politeama Nazionale Barbiere di Siviglia (Almaviva)
1924 Sampierdarena    Teatro Gustavo Modena Barbiere di Siviglia (Almaviva)
1925 Palermo  Teatro Nazionale Rigoletto (Duca)
1931 Castelsangiovanni Teatro Circolo Giovani Operaie Barbiere di Siviglia (Almaviva)


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Columbia, Milano 1904/1905
Fedora (Giordano): Amor ti vieta 10402
Cavalleria Rusticana (Mascagni): Siciliana (O Lola) 10404



Nov 21, 2013

Augusto Dado (Bass) (Rome 1858 - ?)



                                                             Mefistofele

He studied singing under Bartolini and made the debut in Rome in ‘’Mefistofele’’. He had long career and appeared at the most important theaters.

1880 Terni Teatro Comunale   Ballo in Maschera (Samuel)
1883 Trieste Politeama Rossetti Ebrea (Prevosto)
1885 Sassari Politeama Verdi Barbiere di Siviglia (Don Basilio)
1887 Milano Teatro Dal Verme Ruy Blas (Guritano)
1890 Bari Teatro Petruzzelli     Lohengrin (Re Enrico)
1893 Barcellona Teatro Liceo Guglielmo Tell (Gualtiero)
1895 Lisbona Teatro San Carlos Africana (Don Pedro)
1897 Milano Teatro La Scala Sonnambula (Rodolfo)
1900 Como Teatro Sociale Favorita (Baldassarre)
1903 Bucarest Teatro Nazionale Ebrea (Cardinale)
1905 'S-Gravenhage Gebouw Voor Kunsten en Wetenschappen Gioconda (Alvise)
1908 San Paolo Politeama Aida (Ramfis)
1911 Catania Teatro Bellini Thais (Palemone)
1914 Pavia  Teatro Fraschini Giovanni Gallurese di I.Montemezzi
1916 Roma Teatro Costanzi Madama Butterfly (Zio Bonzo)
1918 Roma Teatro Costanzi  Puritani (Walton)
1921 Roma Teatro dell'Opera Fanciulla del West (Sid/Jack Rabbit)
1923 Roma Teatro dell'Opera Barbiere di Siviglia (Ufficiale)


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G&T, Roma 1904-04
Messa di San Bonaventura (Capocci): Laudamus te with  Boezi, Moreschi & chorus 54780 2199h

Columbia, Milano 1907?
Lombardi (Verdi): Qual voluttа with Mieli & Ciaparelli 10631
Forza del destino (Verdi): Terzetto with Mieli & Ciaparelli 10630 E104

Odeon, Milano 1908?
Norma (Bellini): Ah! Del Tebro  37713
Trovatore (Verdi): Abbietta zingara 37772


Nov 19, 2013

Camilla Pasini (Soprano) (Roma 1875 - ?1935)





She was a sister of the great Italian dramatic soprano Lina Pasini-Vitale (1872-1959). Camilla Pasini received her education at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome and she made her debut in ‘’Trovatore’’ at the Teatro Nazionale of Rome, probably in 1895. She became known above all by the fact that she sang the part of the Musetta in the premiere of Puccini’s opera ‘’La Bohème’’ on 1. 2. 1896 at the Teatro Regio of Turin under Arturo Toscanini. She appeared as a Musetta in Brescia, Genoa, Trieste, Asti and at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome. In 1902 she undertook a South America tour. She sang in Italy among other things Palermo, Trieste, Padua, Cremona, Milan and Rome. Already in 1905 she decided to finish her stage career after a marriage with lawyer Muzi, but sang till 1912. In 1911 she performed again at the Teatro Costanzi in Rome (here in the premiere of the opera ‘’La Vigilia di Notte’’ of Teofilo De Angelis) and in the Teatro Sociale in Mantua the stage. She made two records for Columbia.

Chronology of some appearances

1896 Faenza Teatro Comunale Manon Lescaut (Manon)
1898 Torino Teatro Regio La Camargo di E. De Leva (Letizia)
1900 Padova Teatro Comunale Manon (Manon)
1902 Pesaro Teatro Rossini Boheme (Mimì)
1904 Brescia Teatro Grande    Dannazione di Faust (Margherita)
1906 Venezia   Teatro La Fenice Wally (Wally)
1908 Bari Teatro Petruzzelli Tosca (Tosca)
1910 Mantova  Teatro Sociale Tosca  (Tosca)
1912 Mantova Teatro Sociale  Ernani (Elvira)


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Columbia, Milano 1909?
Puritani (Bellini): Vieni fra queste braccia C2040 10941




















Franco Boesmi Fabbri (Bass)



He made his debut in approximately in 1890. He appeared also abroad (Bucarest, Athens, Bilbao, Lisbon). He retired from the stage in 1914. He made only two records for Pathe.

1892 Santarcangelo Teatro Condomini Favorita (Baldassarre)
1894 Biella Teatro Sociale Aida (Ramfis)
1896 Sassari Politeama Verdi Barbiere di Siviglia (Don Basilio)
1898 Asti Teatro Alfieri Mefistofele (Mefistofele)
1900 Venezia   Teatro La Fenice Iris (Cieco)
1902 Torino Teatro Vittorio Emanuele Barbiere di Siviglia (Don Basilio)
1904 Bergamo Teatro Nuovo  Faust (Mefistofele)
1906 Piacenza Politeama Barbiere di Siviglia (Don Basilio)
1908 Bilbao Teatro Arriaga     Stagione
1910 Piacenza Teatro Municipale Faust (Mefistofele)
1912 Lisbona   Teatro Aguia de Ouro  Rigoletto (Sparafucile)
1914 Modena  Teatro Municipale Ballo in Maschera (Samuel)


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Pathe, Milano 1908?
Forza del destino (Verdi): Il santo nome w. chorus 84140
Aida (Verdi): Nume custode e vindice with Scampini & chorus 84147


Avelina Carrera (Soprano) (Barcelona 1871 – Rubi 1939)




Andria Avelina Carrera. She studied under Joan Goula and made her debut at the Teatro Liceu in Barcelona in ‘’Lohengrin’’ (1889). She had an immediate success, so much so that afterwards she was signed up by the major theatres in her own country and abroad. She created the role of Maddalena in World Premiere of U, Giordano’s ‘’Andrea Chenier’’ (1896). Her other successes were in ‘’Otello’’, Tannhauser’’, Die Walkure’’, ‘’Aida’’, ‘’Faust’’, and more or less all the dramatic repertory of the era. For example in Buenos Aires she appeared in ‘’La Regina de Saba’’ opposite Enrico Caruso. She sang until 1910, and then dedicated herself to teaching singing in the city of her birth.

Chronology of some appearances

1889 Barcelona Teatro Liceu Lohengrin (Elsa)
1893 Napoli San Carlo Lohengrin (Elsa)
1893 Lisbon San Carlo Walkiria (Brünnhilde)
1896 La Scala Andrea Chenier (Maddalena)
1900 Buenos Aires Teatro Colon La Reine de Saba


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Fonotipia, Milano 1908-03-11
Cavalleria Rusticana (Mascagni): Voi lo sapete 92169 XPh3063 

Fonotipia, Milano 1908-04-03
Adriana Lecouvreur (Cilea): Io sono l'umile ancella  92320 XPh3114
Siberia (Giordano): Nel suo amor rianimato 92168 XPh3115

Fonotipia, Milano 1908-11-03
Adriana Lecouvreur (Cilea): Poveri fiori 92321 XPh3587

Fonotipia, Milano 1908-12-02
Aida (Verdi): Rivedrai le foreste with Eugenio Giraldoni 74125 XXPh3713
Aida (Verdi): Su dunque sorgete with Eugenio Giraldoni 74126 XXPh3714
















Ferdinando De Neri (Tenor)


He made his debut in 1895 at the Teatro Nuovo of Firenze in  ''Trovatore''.

Chronology of some appearances

1895 Firenze  Teatro Nuovo  Trovatore (Manrico)
1897 Messina  Teatro Vittorio Emanuele Boheme (Rodolfo)                          
1899 Genova  Politeama Genovese Faust (Faust)
1901 Forlì Teatro Comunale Faust (Faust)
1902 Chieti Teatro Marruccino Pescatori di Perle (Nadir)
1903 Ravenna  Teatro Mariani Faust (Faust)
1904 Milano Teatro Lirico Boheme (Rodolfo)
1905 Belem Teatro Paz Faust (Faust)
1906 Buenos Ayres Teatro San Martin Faust (Faust)
1907 San Paolo Politeama Stagione Compagnia Milone
1908 Firenze Politeama Nazionale Faust (Faust)
1909 Livorno Teatro Goldoni Traviata (Alfredo)
1910 Catania Politeama Pacini Puritani (Arturo)
1912 Cerignola Teatro Mercadante Pescatori di Perle (Nadir)
1922 Costantinopoli Giardino Taxim Rigoletto (Duca)

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Odeon, Milano 1911/1912?
Favorita (Donizetti): Una vergine un angiol di Dio 82424
Trovatore (Verdi): Parlar non vuoi  with Teresa Principe and Bianca Besalu 82557
Rigoletto (Verdi): Quartetto, pt 1 with Riccardo  Tegani, Maria  Alessandrovitch and Teresa Principe A82549 Mo689
Rigoletto (Verdi): Quartetto, pt 2 with Riccardo  Tegani, Maria  Alessandrovitch and Teresa Principe A82550 Mo690

Quillet 
Cavalleria Rusticana (Mascagni): Brindisi 13207 37


David Devries (Tenor) (Bagneres-de-Luchon, France 1881- Neuilly-sur-Seine, France 1936)



                                                        Don Jose in ''Carmen''

He made his debut in 1904 at Theatre Montparnasse as Gerald in ''Lakme'', but the main part of his career was devoted at the Opera Comique, where he sang Almaviva, Don Jose, Armand in Massenet's Therese, Alfredo, Jean in Massenet's ''Sapho'', Clement in Messager's ''La Basoche'', Vincent in ''Mireille'', Wilhelm in ''Mignon'', Des Grieux, Werther, Julien, Pinkerton, Cavaradossi and other roles. In 1909 he took part in the revival of Boieldieu's ''La Dame Blanche'' and he remained a paradigmatic Georges Brown. In the same 1909 he went to New York, invited by Oscar Hammerstein, to sing at the Manhattan Theatre, where he sang different roles: Ange Pitou in Lecoq's ''La Fille de Madamme Angot'', Sylvan in Maillart's ''Les Dragons de Villars''. More important, during this time he sang for the first time in his career the role of Pelleas in Debussy's masterwork. Still in America,  with Mary Garder he sang Araquil in ''La Navarraise'' and Alain in ''Griselide''. As a curious fact, Garden had appropiate the title role in Massenet's ''Le Jongleur de Notre Dame'', originally composed for a tenor. But when she was off travelling, Devries also sung this role, so the local audiences had the chance to listen to the part in both versions, soprano and tenor. Later he sang Pelleas at Covent Garden, Nicias (from Thais) in Montecarlo. And in Nice he created Paco in the world premiere of Falla's ''La Vida Breve''. e sang also as soloist in recitals and concerts, singing in St. Mattew Passion as well as in Berlioz's ''La Damnation de Faust''. 

Chronology of some appearances

1909-1910 Manhattan Opera House

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Pathe, Paris 1907
Bonsoir, Mme la lune (Maunier) 4670

Victor, 1910-04-04
Fille de Madame Angot (Lecocq): Voyons, Monsieur, raisson nous politique w. Gabrielle Lejeune 70025
Le Roi d'Ys (Lalo): Vainement ma bien aimee 70021

Pathé, Paris 1910/1911
Tannhäuser (Wagner): Choeur des pèlerins with  Belhomme, Dangès and Nansen 0775
Fille de Mme Angot (Lecocq): Choeur des conspirateurs with DangèsNansen & Belhomme 0776

Odeon, Paris 1927-01/02
Manon (Massenet):  Instant charmant... En fermant les yeux 188.505  Ki 1079-2

Odeon, Paris 1927-04 (end)
Griselidis (Massenet): Je suis l’oiseau 188.523 Ki 1199-1
Barbiere di Siviglia (Rossini): Des rayons de l’aurore  188.524 Ki 1200-2

Odeon, Paris 1927-05
Griselidis (Massenet): Ouvrez-vous sur mon front   188.523    Ki 1216-2

Odeon, Paris 1928-04-26
La Dame Blanche (Boilldieu): O moment plein de charmes 123.548   XXP 6659-2

Jocelyn: Caches dans cet asile... Oh ne t’eveille pas encore 166.257  Ki 3739-2
La Dame Blanche (Boildieu): Viens gentille dame 188.795   Ki 3988-1

Odeon, Paris 1928-05-23
Les roses d’Ispahan, Op.39 No.4  (de Lisle - Faure) 123.553 XXP 6673-2

Odeon, Paris 1928-07-05
Les anes du Caire (Sylvestre - Emile Nerini) (A minor) 188.596   Ki 1763      

Odeon, Paris 1930-09-16
Rigoletto (Verdi): Comme la plume au vent 188.751  Ki 3611-2
Lakme (Delibes): Fantaisie aux divin mensonge 123.715 XXP 7125

Odeon, Paris 1930-10-20
Werther (Massenet): Pourquoi me reveiller 188.770 Ki 3717-3
Werther (Massenet): Alors c’est bien ici... O Nature pleine de gràce 123.715 XXP 7132
Werther (Massenet): Un autre est son epoux… J’aurais sur ma poitrine  188.770 Ki 3721

Odeon, Paris 1930-10-27
Tosca (Puccini): Le ciel luisait d’etoiles  188.774 Ki 3735 -1
Paganini (Lehar): J’ai toujours cru qu’un baiser  123.729   XXP 7154
Les Pecheurs de Perles (Bizet): Je crois entendre encore 123.729  XXP 7155-1

Odeon, Paris 1930-11-25
Chanson du pecheur, Op.4 No.1 (Gautier - Faue) 188.792  Ki 3889-2