Greatest Opera Singers

Greatest Opera Singers

Sunday, May 20, 2012

Guy Cazenave (Tenor) (Hasparren/Bayonne (Lapurdi) 1883 - Algiers 1937)

He made debut at the Grand Opéra in ‘’Aida’’ (1912). Then he appeared there also in  ‘’Samsón and Dalila’’. Three years later at the same theatre he sang in ‘’Henry VIII’’ and ‘’Ascanio’’ of Saint-Saëns and ‘’Hérodiade’’ of Massenet. At the Opera-Comique he performed in ‘’Tosca’’ and ‘’Pagliacci’’ (1928). Also he sang at the theaters of Marseilles, Nice and Lyons. When he retired from the stage, he devoted himself to teaching and to his business in Algiers. Probably he was killed there.

Chronology of some appearances

1912 Paris Grand Opera
1928 Paris Opera-Comique



Ideal, Paris1914?
Le Trouvere (Verdi): Exile sur la terre 7265

Gramophone, Paris1927-10-04
Walkure (Wagner): Plus d'hiver  W910 032490
Reine de Saba (Gounod): Faiblesse de la race humaine P737 4-32776
Reine de Saba (Gounod): Inspirez-moi, race divine P737 4.32777

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