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Emilio Naudin by Photographia Universal

Emilio Naudin by Photographia Universal
Emilio Naudin (1823-1890); Italian tenor.
In 1843 he made his debut at Cremona in Pacini’s opera “Saffo”. In the following years he performed successfully at the leading Italian opera houses, especially at Genua and Rome. He also made a successful international career and sang at Vienna, St. Petersburg, London, Paris, Berlin, Lisbon and Cairo. In 1865 he created the rôle of Vasco da Gama in Meyerbeer's "L'Africaine". At Covent Garden he performed in 1867 the role of Don Carlos in the English première of Verdi’s eponymous opera. Also at Covent Garden he sang at the première of Poniatowski’s “Gelmina” (1872), an opera that was dedicated to Adelina Patti who sang the lead role.