Giovanni Martinelli


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Picture of Giovanni Martinelli

Picture of Giovanni Martinelli

Picture of Giovanni Martinelli

I wish to thank Thomas Silverbörg for the pictures as Cavaradossi.

Picture of Giovanni  Martinelli

Picture of Giovanni  Martinelli

Picture of Giovanni  Martinelli

Picture of Giovanni  Martinelli with Pertile
Martinelli with Pertile

Giovanni Martinelli singsTurandot: Un giuramento

Picture of Giovanni  Martinelli as Altoum
with Amedeo Zambon, Henry Holt, Licia Vallon; front: Larry Fonseca (Pong), Ron Bottcher (Ping), and Raymond Manton (Pang) © Des Gates

Giovanni Martinelli singsTristan und Isolde: O König, das kann ich dir nicht sagen
In RA Format

Giovanni Martinelli singsLa Walkyria: Canto della primavera
In RA Format

Giovanni Martinelli sings Iris: Apri la tua finestra
In RA Format

Giovanni Martinelli Samson et Dalila: L'as tu donc oublié
In RA Format

Giovanni Martinelli singsAida: Celeste Aida
In RA Format

Giovanni Martinelli sings Cammina Morello and Dark eyes
In RA Format
I wish to thank Daniele Godor for the recording (Tristan und Isolde).
I wish to thank Joe Shore for the recording (Aida).
I wish to thank Tom Silverbörg for the recordings (Iris, Samson).
Repertory

Aida (Messenger)-Montagnana, Sociale, 12 September 1908
Ernani-Milano, Dal Verme, 29 December 1910
Ruy Blas-Milano, Dal Verme, 15 February 1911
Un Ballo in Maschera-Ancona, delle Muse, 8 April,1911
La Fanciulla del West-Roma, Costanzi, 24 June 1911
Aida-Torino, Vittorio Emanuele, 10 October 1911
Tosca-London, Covent Garden, 22 April 1912
I Gioielli della Madonna-London, Covent Garden, 30 May 1912
Manon Lescaut-London, Covent Garden, 19 June 1912
Melenis-Milano, Dal Verme, 13 November 1912
Yato-Monte Carlo, 28 March 1913
Madama Butterfly-London, Covent Garden, 11 June 1913
La Dubarry-London, Covent Garden, 3 July 1913
Pagliacci-London, Covent Garden, 19 July 1913
La Bohème-Baltimore, Lyric, 15 November 1913
Il Trovatore-Monte Carlo, 17 February 1914
I Mori di Valenza-Monte Carlo, 17 March 1914
Francesca da Rimini-London, Covent Garden, 16 July 1914
Madame Sans-Gêne-New York, MET, 25 January 1915
Carmen-New York, MET, 18 March 1915
Les Huguenots-Atlanta, Auditorium, 26 April 1915
Goyescas-New York, MET, 28 January 1916
Lucia di Lammermoor-New York, MET, 31 January 1916
Faust-New York, MET, 17 November 1917
L'amore dei tre Re-New York, MET, 6 April 1918
Oberon-New York, MET, 28 December 1919
Eugene Onegin-New York, MET, 24 March 1920
Zaza-New York, MET, 17 April 1920
Don Carlos-New York, MET, 23 December 1920
Monna Vanna-Buenos Aires, Colón, 30 July 1921
La Forza del Destino-New York, MET, 31 March 1922
Samson et Dalila-New York, MET, 6 April 1922
Guglielmo Tell-New York, MET, 5 January 1923
Fedora-New York, MET, 8 December 1923
Lakmé-Chicago, Ravinia, 14 August 1924
La Juive-New York, MET, 12 December 1924
Rigoletto, Chicago, Ravinia, 1 August 1926
Andrea Chenier-Chicago, Ravinia, 10 August 1926
Le Prophète-New York, MET, 31 December 1927
La Campana Sommersa-New York, MET, 24 November 1928
Simon Boccanegra-New York, MET, 28 January 1932
La Gioconda-New York, MET, 23 April 1932
L'Africaine-New York, MET, 28 December 1933
Otello-San Francisco, War Memorial, 20 November 1936
Norma-New York, MET, 20 February 1937
Turandot-London, Covent Garden, 30 April 1937
Tristan und Isolde-Chicago, 24 November 1939
Turandot (Emperor)-Seattle, Opera House, 31 January 1967
Reference: Paolo Padoan & Maurizio Tiberi, Giovanni Martinelli, un leone al Metropolitan, TimaClub 2007.
Reference: The Record Collector, Volume 25, Nos. 7/8/9, October 1979.
Giovanni Martinelli, The British Institute of Recorded Sound, May 1962 .


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