Emilio De Gogorza - Santa Lucia mp3 album
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Emilio Eduardo de Gogorza (May 29, 1872 – May 10, 1949) was an American baritone of Spanish parentage. He was born in Brooklyn, New York, but brought up and trained musically in Spain. Owing to pronounced near-sightedness, he did not appear on the operatic stage but became a renowned concert and recital artist instead.
Emilio de Gogorza: Prima Voce is a wonderful offering to anyone who cares about great, low-voiced male singers; however, one element indicates someone is asleep at the switch - Gogorza's death date is given as 1935 in the head note, but correctly as 1949 in the text. Track Listing - Disc 1. Sample.
Emilio De Gogorza (1874–1949) was a much-recorded American baritone who was a mainstay of classical and art music for Victor Record's black label popular series. He also appeared on many Victor Red Seal releases. He frequently recorded under pseudonyms such as "Signor Francisco," among others. De Gogorza was also on the Victor payroll as a liaison with prospective classical talent and was responsible for signing many fine artists to the Victor ranks. He also was a voice instructor who taught at the Curtis Institute of Music and elsewhere.
Artist: Emilio De Gogorza. Album: The Record Of Singing Part 1. Release year: 2010. Emilio De Gogorza, Sebastian Yradier, Yradier - La Sevillana Prima Voce: Emilio De Gogorza, 2005 03:00. Emilio De Gogorza - La Golondria Rare Country Classics, Vo., 2011 02:57. Artist: Emilio De Gogorza.
- Record Company – Victor Talking Machine Co.
- Baritone Vocals – Emilio De Gogorza
NotesNeapolitan Folk Song
Baritone with orchestra
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Take 5 recorded 10/24/1916 Camden, New Jersey
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