Felix Berghorn

1887 - February 24, 1942

Picture of Felix Berghorn's label

Felix Berghorn was since the 1912/3 season, with an interruption during 1914-1918, until his death 1st Chortenor at the Deutschen Opernhaus in Berlin. He sang sometimes small solo roles.

His brother was during 1913/14-1949/50 2nd Chorbass at the Deutschen Opernhaus in Berlin.
Guido Bathe

Picture of Felix Berghorn's broadside
Berghorn and Berghorn in Rosenkavalier

Felix Berghorn sings Aida: Celeste Aida
June 20, Deutsche Oper, Berlin
Die Zauberflöte
Alice Marturell (Pamina), Elfriede Dorp (Papagena, Second Boy), Doris Ohliger (Second Lady), 
Meta Seinemeyer (First Lady), Louise Marck-Lüders (Third Lady), Ilse Wald (First Boy), 
Aenne Maucher (Third Boy), Josef Gimpler (Sarastro), Marie von Ernst (Queen of the Night), 
Hedwig Fleischer (Second Boy), Paul Struensee (First Priest), Jaro Dworsky (Tamino), 
Edwin Heyer (Papageno), Julius vom Scheidt (Speaker), Emil Nitsch (Monastatos), 
Wilhelm Spering (Second Priest), Felix Berghorn (First Armored Man), Max Stolle (Second Armored Man),
Willi Domgraf-Fassbaender, Otto Oeser, Karl Roeber (Slaves)
Conductor: Bruno Walter
I wish to thank Guido Bathe for the Rosenkavalier program"
Discography

Homokord, Berlin 1919
B.787     La Bohème: Wie eiskalt ist dies Händchen              1919-09-10      15890
B.787     Aida: Holde Aida                                      1919-10-04      15894
B.789     Mattinata (Leoncavallo) 
B.789     Der Lenz (Hildach)

Victor 2/27/1923 with the Deutsches Opernhaus Quartett
B-27624   Jägers Abschied                                                       73750
B-27623   In der Ferne 	

Deutsches Opernhaus Quartett (Vocal group) 	
Franz Barty (vocalist: baritone vocal) 	
Felix Berghorn (vocalist: tenor vocal) 	
Willi Berghorn (vocalist: bass vocal) 	
Edward T. King (conductor)

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