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Gino Bechi - Gino Bechi-The First Great Recordings, 1941-1948 flac album

Gino Bechi - Gino Bechi-The First Great Recordings, 1941-1948 flac album

Performer: Gino Bechi
Title: Gino Bechi-The First Great Recordings, 1941-1948
Style: Opera
Duration: 01:01:35
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 306
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Gino Bechi-The First Great Recordings, 1941-1948.

Gino Bechi-The First Great Recordings, 1941-1948.

Gino Bechi, baritone. Recordings 1941-1948.

Bechi studied at the Florence Conservatory, where he was a pupil of Raoul Frazzi and Di Giorgi. He made his operatic début as Germont père/La traviata at Empoli in 1936, subsequently singing such rôles as Figaro/Il barbiere di Siviglia, Enrico/Lucia di Lammermoor and Rigoletto in the theatres of Alessandria, Bari, Palermo and Reggio Emilia. At the Florence Maggio Musicale in 1941 Bechi sang in the first performance of Alfano’s Don Juan de Mañara and after the end of the war he appeared at opera houses in South America (Rio de Janeiro, 1946; Buenos Aires, 1947) and in the Iberian peninsular (Lisbon and Barcelona). Meanwhile Bechi continued to pursue a successful career in Italy.

1. Ernani: Ernani, Act III: Recitative and Aria: Gran Dio. Oh, de'verd' anni miei - Giuseppe Verdi, 4:230:30. 2. Rigoletto, Act I: Pari siamo! - Giuseppe Verdi, Studio pianist. Il barbiere di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville), Act I: Duetto: All'idea di quel metallo - Gioachino Rossini, Cesare Valletti.

Gino Bechi (16 October 1913 – 2 February 1993) was an Italian operatic baritone. Variations: Viewing All Gino Bechi. Bechi, G. Bechi, Gino Becchi, Джино Бекки.

Tito Schipa e Gino Bechi. pera Arias (1941-1951). The Legendary Voice of Gino Bechi: In Opera & Songs.

Gino Bechi (16 October 1913 – 2 February 1993) was an Italian operatic baritone, particularly associated with the Italian repertory, especially in Verdi roles. Bechi studied in his native Florence with Raul Frazzi and di Giorgio, and made his debut at Empoli, in 1936, as Germont in La traviata. He sang widely in Italy, appearing frequently at the Rome Opera from 1938 to 1952, and at La Scala from 1939 to 1953, where he sang the title role in Nabucco for its reopening in 1946.

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Gino Bechi - Primary Artist
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