A little bit of sugar…..

He is so deeply funny.

Then on to Milton Cross and his monuments in speech, he had a way of making you thrill to an occasion. SCHUMANN HEINK GIVES A MOVING SPEECH AGED 76. ENJOY!!!!

A Fantastic project “Where the Hell is Matt?” is self evident. It is so wonderful and full of spirit and solidarity…..

From Verdi’s “Jérusalem” (original french version of “I Lombardi”)
Léon Escalaïs (1859-1941)

Escalaïs studied at the conservatories in Toulouse and Paris, then made his debut at the Paris Opéra as Arnold in Guillaume Tell. In 1890 he appeared at the Opéra in the premiere of Zaïre. He appeared regularly at the Théâtre de la Monnaie and toured throughout Europe and the U.S.
The top D flats explains why the tenor created a sensation wherever he sang. He is one of the glories of the “golden age” of singing, recorded on Fonotipia XPh 1719 March 20th 1906 39562

~ by aprilemillo on July 22, 2008.

 
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