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Bergonzi, Carlo

Bergonzi, Carlo (b Polisene, Parma, 1924). It. tenor. Began career as bar. at Lecce 1948 as Figaro in Il barbiere di Siviglia. Second début, as ten., at Bari 1951 (Andrea Chénier). London (Stoll Th.) 1953; La Scala 1953; US (Chicago) début 1955; NY Met 1956; CG 1962; Salzburg Fest. 1970. CG farewell recital 1991.

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Bergonzi, Carlo

Bergonzi, Carlo (b Cremona, c.1683; d Cremona, 1747). It. maker of vns. in style of his master, Stradivarius. Finest period 1730–40. His instrs. look as beautiful as they sound. Succeeded by his son and nephews.

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