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Adamo Didur (December 24, 1873 - January 7, 1946) was a top-class Polish operatic bass vocalist. Variations: Viewing All Adam Didur. Adam Didur 1874-1946 ‎(LP, Mono). Court Opera Classics. Пролог, Баллада О Мире ‎(Shellac, 10"). Граммпластрест НКЛП-РСФСР, Граммпластрест НКЛП-РСФСР.

Adam Didur or Adamo Didur (24 December 1874 – 7 January 1946) was a famous Polish operatic bass singer. He sang extensively in Europe and had a major career at New York's Metropolitan Opera from 1908 to 1932. He was born on 24 December 1874 in Wola Sękowa near Sanok, Poland. Didur studied in Lwów with Valery Wysocki and later with Franz Emmerich in Milan. He made his vocal debut as a soloist at a concert performance of Ludwig van Beethoven's Ninth Symphony in Milan, Italy.

The year 2019 will mark the 40th anniversary since the 1st National Adam Didur Opera Singers’ Competition was organised by the Silesian Opera in Bytom.

Материал из Википедии - свободной энциклопедии. Перейти к: навигация, поиск. 24 декабря 1874(1874-12-24). Воля-Сенкова, Австро-Венгрия. 7 января 1946(1946-01-07) (71 год).

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Solo (1874-1946) Adam Didur. Composer Ruggiero Leoncavallo. Solo (1860-1927) Francesco Signorini. Composer Gaetano Donizetti. Solo (1863-1933) Francesco Viñas. Composer Ambroise Thomas. Composer Enrico de Leva. Solo: Adam Didur (1874-1946). RUGGIERO LEONCAVALLO. 10. Tu sola a me rimano o poesia from Chatterton.

24 December 1874 Sanok. Adamo Didur (es); Adam Didur (fr); Дидур, Адам (ru); Adam Didur (de); Adam Didur (pt); Adam Didur (da); Adamo Didur (sl); Adam Didur (sv); Adam Didur (nn); Адам Дідур (uk); Adamo Didur (nl); Adamo Didur (ca); Adam Didur (fi); Adamo Didur (en); Adamo Didur (it); Adam Didur (nb); Adam Didur (pl) cantante polaco (es); পোলীয় গায়ক (bn); artiste lyrique (fr); Poola laulja (et)

Adam Didur or Adamo Didur (24 December 1874 – 7 January 1946) was a famous Polish operatic bass singer. His operatic stage debut came in 1894 as Méphistophélès in Gounod's Faust in Rio de Janeiro.

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A1 Mephistopheles: Ave Signor
Composed By – Arrigo Boito
A2 Mephistopheles: Son Io Spirito Che Nega Sempre
Composed By – Arrigo Boito
A3 Mephistopheles: Ecco Il Mondo
Composed By – Arrigo Boito
A4 Die Hugenotten: Piff, Paff! Dispera Sen Vada
Composed By – Giacomo Meyerbeer
A5 Vita Bretone: Vivea Nel Tempo Antico
Composed By – Leopoldo Mugnone
A6 Pique Dame: Wuchsen Doch Den Madchen Flugel
Composed By – Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
A7 Si Tu Le Voulais
Composed By – Francesco Paolo Tosti
A8 O Matko Moja
Composed By – Stanisław Moniuszko
A9 Zarzarowana Krolewna
Composed By – Jan Gall
B1 Der Barbiere Von Sevilla: La Calunnia E Un Venticello
Composed By – Gioacchino Rossini
B2 Der Freischutz: Viva Bacco E Il Suo Liquore
Composed By – Carl Maria von Weber
B3 Der Freischutz: No, Nessen Salvar Ti Puo
Composed By – Carl Maria von Weber
B4 Robert Der Teufel: Suore Ce Riposate
Composed By – Giacomo Meyerbeer
B5 Die Hugenotten: Signor, Difesa E Scudo
Composed By – Giacomo Meyerbeer
B6 Margarethe: Dio Dell'or
Composed By – Charles Gounod
B7 Die Judin: Voi Che Del Dio Vivente
Composed By – Ludovic Halévy
B8 Ernani: Infelice! E Tuo Credevi
Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi

Credits

  • Bass Vocals – Adam Didur
  • Liner Notes – Clemens Höslinger

Notes

Recorded 1906-1908