José Maristany

Masnou, Catalonia 1871 – Buenos Aires, Argentina 1932
Maristany was born in Masnou, Catalonia Spain.

Maristany survived a shipwreck when he was travelling to Montevideo to be married. He retired in Buenos Aires where he taught singing.

Selected performances

1898 Montevideo (Stella d'Italia La Favorita during January with Oddone Maria/Ackerman Matilde, Andreoli Cesare/Cesarotto Vittorio - Thos Costantino); Ballo in Maschera, during January with Rosina Andreina, Bonora Maria, Oddone Maria, Andreoli Cesare/Cesarotto Vittorio, Thos Costantino, Baroncini Paolo; Cavalleria rusticana, during January with with Bellegrandi Adelina, Oddone Maria, Andreoli Massimo/Cesarotto Vittorio; Carmen during March with Minervini Vittoria, Bonora Maria, Thos Costantino; La Favorita, during April with Minervini Vittoria, Poggi Tito, Thos Costantino; Il barbiere di Siviglia during April with Bonora Maria, Poggi Tito, Thos Costantino, Conti Giuseppe; Ballo in Maschera, during December with Bellegrandi Andreina, Bonora Maria, Anckermann Carolina, Athos Sante, Villani Orazio, Baroncini Paolo; Carmen, during December with Bellegrandi Rosina, Bonora Maria, Athos Sante; Cavalleria rusticana, during December with Bellegrandi Andreina, Anckermann Carolina, Athos Sante); La Favorita, during December with Anckerman Carolina, Athos Sante, Villani Orazio; La Gioconda, during December with Bellegrandi Andreina, Anckermann Carolina, Athos Sante, Villani Orazio)

1898 Rosario di Santa Fè (Olimpo, Il Barbiere di Siviglia during August with Bonora Maria, Rossi Alberto, Thos Costantino, Conti Giuseppe; Calleria rustican, during August with Bellegrandi Rosina, Rossi Alberto; Ballo in Maschera, during August with Bellegrandi Rosina, Bonora Maria, Anckermann Carolina, Rossi Alberto, Villani Orazio, Baroncini Paolo; Favorita, during August with Anckerman Carolina, Rossi Alberto, Thos Costantino; Carmen during September with Bellegrandi Rosina, Bonora Maria, Athos Sante; Il Barbiere di Siviglia,during October with Tetrazzini Luisa, Rossi Alberto, Thos Costantino, Cesari Pietro)

1898 Montevideo (Ciblis, Cavalleria rusticana; during February with Bellegrandi Andreina, Oddone Maria, Andreoli Massimo/Cesarotto Vittorio; Favorita, during February with Ackerman Matilde, Cesarotto Vittorio, Thos Costantino)

1899 Montevideo (Ciblis, Carmen, during September with Cescati Verdini Corinna, Rastelli Marcellina, Rossi Abele)

1901 Valencia (Principal, Cavalleria rusticana, during October with with Petroski Emma, Lavin de Casas Blanca, De Luca Giuseppe)

1902 Valencia (Principal Bohème during May)

1904 Barcelona (Novedades, Bohème during February (sharing with March Miguel) with Arroyo Dolores, Grillot Maria, Puiggener Francisco, Serazzi Alfredo, Banquells Baldassarre/Saccardi Celeste, Borras Giuseppe; Tivoli, Bohème during June (sharing with Ferrari Giuseppe) with Santoliva Villani Maria/Rabassa Giuseppina, Casals Anita/Sarba, Favaron Pietro, Serazzi Alfredo, Cappa Ernesto/Banquell)
José Maristany sings Faust: Trio final, with Giuseppina Huguet and Andres de Segurola

José Maristany sings Marina: A quien entonces dijiste amar?, with Giuseppina Huguet

José Maristany sings Gli Ugonotti: Ah! si j'étais coquette , with Josefina Huguet
In RA Format

Discography

G&T, Barcelona 1902
7249F   Traviata (Verdi): Duetto, act 3 (w. Huguet)                             54025
7250F   Bohème (Puccini): Duetto, act 1 (w. Huguet)                             54026
7252F   Bohème (Puccini): Duetto, act 3 (w. Huguet)                             54028
7253F   Rigoletto (Verdi): Duetto (w. Huguet)                                   54027
7254F   Huguenots (Meyerbeer): Duetto, act 2 (w. Huguet)                        54029
7255F   Un pleito (Gaztambide): Serenata                                        52005 (7”)     62679
7256F   Faust (Gounod): Trio finale (w. Huguet & de Segurola)                   54019
7312F   Marina (Arrieta): Duo de tiple y tenor (w. Huguet)                                     64050
Reference for the chronological information the excellent site of Roberto marcoci.
I would like to thank Vladimir Efimenko for the recording (Huguenots).

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