- Performer:Giovanni Zenatello
- Title:Giovanni Zenatello-The Tenor, Vol.1
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Giovanni Zenatello: Italian opera singer. Born in Verona, he enjoyed an international career as a dramatic tenor of the first rank. Otello became his most famous operatic role but he sang a wide repertoire. In 1904, he created the part of Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly. International Voices: Mefistofele: Fin da stanotte, Otello: Si pel ciel, Un tal gioco (Pagliacci) и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители. Italian opera singer.
Volume I. By Giovanni Zenatello. 1. Andrea Chenier: Si, Fui Soldato. 19 (1905-1911). More Giovanni Zenatello. Listen to Volume I now. Listen to Volume I in full in the this site app. Play on this site.
Giovanni Zenatello (22 February 1876 – 11 February 1949) was an Italian opera singer. Zenatello showed musical promise from a young age. His singing teacher in Verona originally trained him as a baritone but he never felt comfortable in this range and later switched to the higher tenor register
Giovanni Zenatello (es); Giovanni Zenatello (eu); Giovanni Zenatello (ast); Giovanni Zenatello (ca); Giovanni Zenatello (de-ch); Giovanni Zenatello (de); Giovanni Zenatello (sq); Giovanni Zenatello (da); Giovanni Zenatello (ro); Giovanni Zenatello (de-at); Giovanni Zenatello (sv); Giovanni Zenatello (oc); Giovanni . The following 6 files are in this category, out of 6 total. Giovanni Zenatello 0. pg 410 485; 109 KB. pg 485 708; 168 KB. Another great pupil of his was the Veronese tenor Nino Martini who had his debut at the Metropolitan with Rigoletto in 1933, which enabled him to start his extraordinary career at the Metropolitan (1933-1946), in the greatest American theatres and at Hollywood as well. As to his private life, Zenatello lived with the Spanish mezzo-soprano Maria Gay from 1906 until her death in 1943. They were often described as husband and wife although they may never have actually married. He and Gay performed opposite each other on many occasions and settled down together in Manhattan in 1936.