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Joseph Aloys Tichatschek by Gust Joop

Joseph Aloys Tichatschek by Gust Joop
Joseph Aloys Tichatschek (1807-1886); Bohemian tenor. He made his debut in 1833 as the minstrel Raimbaut in Meyerbeer’s “Robert le Diable”. From 1838 until 1872 he was associated with the “Hofoper” in Dresden. In 1842 he created the title-role in the première of Wagner’s “Rienzi” and in 1845 the title-role in the première of Wagner’s “Tannhäuser”.

On the photo he is seen as “Jean de Leyde” in Meyerbeer’s “Der Prophet (Le Prophète)”.

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