Franco Corelli and a Revolution In Singing:  Fifty-Four Tenors Spanning 200 Years, Vol. II (Stefan Zucker)  (Bel Canto Society)
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Franco Corelli and a Revolution In Singing:  Fifty-Four Tenors Spanning 200 Years, Vol. II (Stefan Zucker)  (Bel Canto Society)
B0029. FRANCO CORELLI AND A REVOLUTION IN SINGING: FIFTY-FOUR TENORS SPANNING 200 YEARS, Vol. 2 (Stefan Zucker). New York, Bel Canto Society, 2018. 351 pp. Index; Bibliography; Exhaustive Chronology; Printed on top-quality paper and features 330 rare photographs, the majority provided by the Met Archives; DJ.. - 9781891456039

CRITIC REVIEW:

“Questioned about female partners on stage [Corelli] mentions some colleagues with whom he had experiences, both problems and pleasure in working with. These included Birgit Nilsson, Maria Callas, Giulietta Simionato and Zinka Milanov….

This book is lavishly illustrated with many unusual photographs and is printed on superior paper, and surely…is the most comprehensive and illuminating survey of tenor singing technique ever published….it will be read for decades to come by devotees of operatic singing and of the most popular voice, that of the tenor.”

- Alan Bilgora, THE RECORD COLLECTOR, 2018 B0029. FRANCO CORELLI AND A REVOLUTION IN SINGING: FIFTY-FOUR TENORS SPANNING 200 YEARS, Vol. 2 (Stefan Zucker). New York, Bel Canto Society, 2018. 351 pp. Index; Bibliography; Exhaustive Chronology; Printed on top-quality paper and features 330 rare photographs, the majority provided by the Met Archives; DJ.. - 9781891456039

CRITIC REVIEW:

“Questioned about female partners on stage [Corelli] mentions some colleagues with whom he had experiences, both problems and pleasure in working with. These included Birgit Nilsson, Maria Callas, Giulietta Simionato and Zinka Milanov….

This book is lavishly illustrated with many unusual photographs and is printed on superior paper, and surely…is the most comprehensive and illuminating survey of tenor singing technique ever published….it will be read for decades to come by devotees of operatic singing and of the most popular voice, that of the tenor.”

- Alan Bilgora, THE RECORD COLLECTOR, 2018