Enrico Giordani

21 February 1860-24 April 1905

Enrico Giordani sings Sul margine d'un rio
In RA Format

I wish to thank Larry Holdridge for the recording. The transfer to RA was done using the take produced by The Record Collector (Editor Larry Lustig) for the annual CD.

Some roles assumed by the singer

Carmen (Dancaïre)-Genoa, Regina Margherita, February 1886
La furia domata (Composer Samara)-Milano, Lirico, 19 November 1895
La Navarraise (Ramon)-Milano, Scala, 6 February 1896
Andrea Chenier (Abate, Incredibile)-Milano, Scala, 28 March 1896
Il Maestro di Cappella (Compose Paër, Benetto)-Napoli, 17 February 1897
La Bohème (Gaudenzio, Durand)-Venezia, Fenice, 6 May 1897
Werther (Schmidt)-Venezia, Fenice, 1897
L’attaque du Moulin (Sentinel)-Milano, Lirico, 8 January 1898
Tosca (Spoletta)-Roma, Costanzi, 14 January 1900
Le Maschere (Arlecchino)-Venezia, Fenice, 17 January 1901
La Bohème (Alcindoro)-Monte Carlo, Garnier, February 1902
Adriana Lecouvreur (Abate)-Milano, Lirico, 26 November 1902
Les contes d’Hoffmann (Spalanzani)-Bologna, Comunale, 28 November 1903
Rigoletto (Borsa)-Monte Carlo, Garnier, March 1904
Aida (Messenger)-New York, MET, 21 November 1904
Lucrezia Borgia (Vitellozzo)-New York, MET, 5 December 1904
Un Ballo in Maschera (Judge)-New York, MET, 6 February 1905
Fedora (Rouvel)
Mignon (Laërte)
Guglielmo Ratcliff (Lesley)
Cendrillon (Le Doyen)
Euryanthe (Rudolf)
Messaline (Myrrhon)
Lucia di Lammermoor (Normanno)
La Traviata (Gastone)
La Gioconda (Isèpo)
Le Nozze di Figaro (Curzio)

Giordani sang in many cities, including: Genoa, Milano, Napoli, Venezia, New York, Roma, Monte Carlo, Bologna, Paris, Boston and maybe Philadelphia.

Discography


Black & Silver Columbia, NY, January 1905
3122 Sul margine d’un rio 3131 Pagliacci: O Colombina
Reference:The Record Collector, September 2001 Enrico Giordani by Jim McPherson


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