Enrico Tamberlick by Bergamasco (1)

19th century opera singers

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  • Enrico Tamberlick by Bergamasco (1)

    Enrico Tamberlick (1820-1889); Italian tenor who created the role of Don Alvaro in Verdi's "La forza del destino" in St. Petersburg (1862). Enrico Tamberlick, who flourished during the middle of the 19th century was a tenor of high rank. He belonged to t…

  • Carlo Baucardé by Disdéri (1)

    Carlo Baucardé (1825-1883); Italian tenor who created the role of Manrico in Verdi's "Il Trovatore" in Rome (1853). The person on the right is Carlo Baucardé and the person on the left could well be his son.

  • Carlo Baucardé by Disdéri (2)

    Carlo Baucardé (1825-1883); Italian tenor who created the role of Manrico in Verdi's "Il Trovatore" in Rome (1853).


  • Adelaide Borghi-Mamo by Disdéri (1)

    Adelaide Borghi-Mamo (1826-1901); Italian mezzo-soprano. She made her debut in 1843 in Mercadante’s “Il giuramento”. She sang at the première of Pacini’s “Malvina di Scozia” (1851) as Morna, she created the role of Olimpia in Mercadante’s “Statira” (1853)…

  • Adelaide Borghi-Mamo by Disdéri (2)

    Adelaide Borghi-Mamo (1826-1901); Italian mezzo-soprano. She made her debut in 1843 in Mercadante’s “Il giuramento”. She sang at the première of Pacini’s “Malvina di Scozia” (1851) as Morna, she created the role of Olimpia in Mercadante’s “Statira” (1853)…

  • Gilbert-Louis Duprez by Disdéri (1)

    Gilbert-Louis Duprez (1806-1896); French tenor who became famous for being the first tenor to deliver the high C from the chest ( in 1831 as Arnold in the Italian première of Rossini's "William Tell"). He made his debut in 1825 in "Il barbière di Siviglia…


  • Gilbert-Louis Duprez by Disdéri (2)

    Gilbert-Louis Duprez (1806-1896); French tenor who became famous for being the first tenor to deliver the high C from the chest ( in 1831 as Arnold in the Italian première of Rossini's "William Tell"). He made his debut in 1825 in "Il barbière di Siviglia…

  • Gilbert-Louis Duprez by Petit

    Gilbert-Louis Duprez (1806-1896); French tenor who became famous for being the first tenor to deliver the high C from the chest ( in 1831 as Arnold in the Italian première of Rossini's "William Tell"). He made his debut in 1825 in "Il barbière di Siviglia…

  • Emilia La Grua by Disdéri (1)

    Emilia La Grua (1831-?); Italian soprano who created the role of Irène in Halevy's "Le juif errant" (1852). She had an important carreer in South-America.


  • Emilia La Grua by Laurent with autograph

    Emilia La Grua (1831-?); Italian soprano who created the role of Irène in Halevy's "Le juif errant" (1852). She had an important carreer in South-America. The photo is signed by Emilia La Grua.

  • Joseph-Théodore-Désiré Barbot by Petit

    Joseph-Théodore-Désiré Barbot (1824-1897); French tenor who created the role of Doctor Faust in Gounod's opera Faust at the Théâtre Lyrique in Paris (1859). He was married to the soprano Caroline (Barbot) Douvry.

  • Caroline Barbot by Petit

    Caroline (Douvry) Barbot (1830-1893); French soprano who created the role of Leonora in Verdi's "La forza del destino" in 1862 in St. Petersburg. In 1861 she created the role of Maria in Pedrotti's "Mazeppa". In 1882 she created Virgile in "Francesca de R…


  • Erminia Frezzolini by Mayer & Pierson

    Erminia Frezzolini (1818-1884); Italian soprano who created the role of Giselda in Verdi's "I Lombardi" in 1843. She also created the role of Giovanna d'Arco by Verdi in 1845. Both premieres in Milano at La Scala. She was a pupil of her father, the famous…

  • Leone Giraldoni by Trinquart

    Leone Giraldoni (1824-1897); Italian baritone. He was married to the soprano Carolina Ferni (1839-1926) and father of the also famous baritone Eugenio Giraldoni (1871-1924). Among his premieres were the title-role of "Simon Boccanegra" by Verdi at the Tea…

  • Gaetano Fraschini by Trinquart

    Gaetano Fraschini (1816-1887); Italian tenor who created many roles in 19th century opera's. Among them were 5 Verdi-premieres: Alzira (1845), Il Corsaro (1848), Il battaglia di Legnano (1849), Stiffelio (1850) and Ballo in maschera (1859).


  • Francesco Graziani by Disdéri (1)

    Francesco Graziani (1828-1901); Italian baritone who created the role of Don Carlo in Verdi's "La forza del destino" in St. Peterburg (1862). He was born into a musical family. Three of his brothers (tenor Lodovico 1820-1885, baritone Vincenzo 1836-1906 a…

  • Francesco Graziani by Disdéri (2)

    Francesco Graziani (1828-1901); Italian baritone who created the role of Don Carlo in Verdi's "La forza del destino" in St. Peterburg (1862). He was born into a musical family. Three of his brothers (tenor Lodovico 1820-1885, baritone Vincenzo 1836-1906 a…

  • Jean-Vital Jammes (Ismaël) by Carjat

    Jean-Vital Jammes known as "Ismaël" (1827-1893); French baritone who created several operatic roles. The most known are Zurga in Bizet's "Les pecheurs de perles" (1863) and Ourrias in Gounod's "Mireille" (1864). He also created the role of the Marquis de…


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