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Gigli

(Italian ˈdʒiʎði)
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(Biography) Beniamino (benjaˈmiːno). 1890–1957, Italian operatic tenor
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1957: The great Italian tenor Beniamino Gigli died.
I am fond of the interpretations of Opera golden era, and still continue to listen to the same voices that moved me so much when I was a boy: Beniamino Gigli, Franco Corelli, Mario Del Monaco, Enrico Caruso, Aureliano Pertile, Ferruccio Tagliavini, Giuseppe Di Stefano, Mario Lanza and many others.
1890: Beniamino Gigli, great Italian tenor, who succeeded Caruso at the New York Met, was born in Recanati, near Ancona.
There are also more than 300 artist portraits films, profiling past greats such as Enrico Caruso, Beniamino Gigli, and Montserrat Caballe, as well as current luminaries like Diane Damrau, Bryn Terfel, and Rolando Villazon.
I was fascinated to find act one fragments from a projected 1938 complete recording of To sea with Iva Pacetti, Beniamino Gigli, and Armando Rorgioli.
Happily, he feels that some of his best playing has happened recently, and has been long inspired by great vocalists--most notably Beniamino Gigli.
His great successor Beniamino Gigli gave us his epitaph.
The same can be said of the Alfredo Oriani high school in Bourgas, which opened in 1937 on 28 Knyaz Alexander Battenberg Str, where the drawing teacher was Catervo Gigli, brother of none other than opera singer Beniamino Gigli.
Recordemos a Beniamino Gigli (1890-1957), tenor casi ligero que, sin embargo, fue un excelso interprete de este rol.
I too was taken as a young girl to see Beniamino Gigli at the City Hall in the 1950s.