The Bjoerling sound

Jussi Björling – Commented record list, by Daniele Godor
Poster of the Bjorling Kvartetten

Picture of Gösta, David, Jussi, Karl, and Olle
Gösta, David, Jussi, Karl, and Olle

Olle Bjoerling (older brother) sings Tanti's serenad
In RA Format

Karl Bjoerling (the only baritone) sings En dalmastrall
In RA Format

Picture of Gösta, Karl, & Olle Bjoerling
Gösta, Karl, & Olle Bjoerling

Gösta Bjoerling (younger brother) sings Tosti Addio
In RA Format
He sang mostly character parts. He dropped dead while still quite young at the Airport in Helsinki.

Picture of Jussi and Lars Bjoerling
Jussi and Lars Bjoerling

Lars Bjoerling (son, born 1939) sings Skogen Sover
In RA Format

Picture of Rolf Bjoerling
Rolf Bjoerling

Rolf Bjoerling (son) sings Madama Butterfly: Addio, fiorito asil, in Swedish
In RA Format

Rolf Bjoerling (son) sings Il Trovatore: Di quella pira
In RA Format

Rolf Bjoerling (son) sings Requiem (Verdi): Ingemisco
In RA Format

Raymond Bjoerling (Rolf's son, born 1956) sings Eugen Onegin: Lenski's aria
In RA Format

Picture of Olle, Jussi, Gösta Bjoerling
Picture of Olle, Jussi, Gösta Bjoerling

Bjoerling Trio (as children) sings Sommarglädje
In RA Format

Bjoerling Trio (as men) sings Sommarglädje
In RA Format

I wish to thank Thomas Silverbörg for the pictures and records.
I wish to thank Robert Schlesinger for the dates.


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