ANGELO ROSSI - PROGRAM SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: GUIDO MALFATTI, FERNANDO BANDERA, MANRICO DE TURA, LUIGI TAVOLARI, AUGUSTO FRATI, LAURA UMBERTI, ENZO CECCHETELLI, ANNA LEONELLI, EDGARDO DISTASIO, ANDREA MINEO - HFSID 100080
Sale Price $342.00
ANGELO ROSSI, FERNANDO BANDERA, LAURA UBERTI, ENZO CECCHETELLI, ANNA LEONELLI, EDGARDO DI STASIO, GUIDO MALFATTI, LUIGI TAVOLARI, ANDREA MINEO, AUGUSTO FRATI and MARICO DE TURAAll 11 Italian operatic performers pens their names on this Italian Opera Company program Program signed: "Angelo Rossi", "Fernando Bandera", "Laura Uberti", "Enzo Cecchetti", "Anna Leonelli", "Edgardo DiStatsio", "Guido Malfatti", "Luigi Tavolari", "Andrea Mineo", "Augusto Frati", and "Manrico De Tura", all in blue ink, 4p front and verso, 7¼x10. Printed program of Peter Daubeny Presentations Ltd. by arrangement with Eugene Iskoldoff Productions performance of "A Season of Italian Opera" (British tour). ANGELO ROSSI was an operatic signer who trained in Florence at the Teotro Communale school. He played the role of "Cavaradossi" in a showing of Tosca at the Teatro Eliseo in Rome. Known for his radio and television performances, FERNANDO BANDERA was a popular performer in both the United States and Italy. In the program it reveals that the role of "Santuzza" from the opera Cavalleria rusticana was LAURA UBERTI's favorite to play. Uberti sang on various stages of note in several continents. ENZO CECCHETELLI was a student of the famed Italian actor/ director Ruggiero Ruggieri. He is well-known for his performance of the role of "Canio" in the opera Pagliacci. ANNA LEONELLI was a soprano who had the honor of being selected by Menotti as inspiration for the role of "Monica" in his two-act opera The Medium. EDGARDO DI STASIO has performed at the San Carlo, Naples as well as the Massimo in Cagliari and the Santa Cecilia in Rome. GUIDO MALFATTI (1930- 2015) was a baritone who performed throughout Europe in the mid-twentieth century. He appeared in productions of L'amico Fritz, Carmen, Macbeth, and Otello. Furthermore, many of his performances were recorded for posterity. LUIGI TAVOLARI was a tenor who has performed on the stages of principal theatres across Europe and South America. ANDREA MINEO, winner of The International Contest, often performed on TV and in movies. He made his debut in Rome in 1953. Husband of to the soprano Maria Grazia Ciferri, Mineo played many different roles, some of which include "Germont", "Sharpless", "Malatesta", and "Belcore". AUGUSTO FRATI was a bass operatic singer. MANRICO DE TURA was a conductor. He studied at the Conservatory Giuseppe Verdi, Milan and eventually conducted at many important venues including the Teatro dell'Opera and La Scala in Milan. De Tura has also collaborated with esteemed composers Giordano and Mascagni. Pronounced vertical crease at center. Lightly worn and creased throughout. Final two pages only held together at bottom staple, and a result the 4th page has a 3-inch tear along fold. Otherwise, fine condition.
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