V0422. CÉSAR VEZZANI: Vezzani Retrospective, Vol. I, incl. Vezzani’s complete Odéon acoustic recordings, 1912-14, plus his first sessions for French HMV in 1923, incl. Songs by Schubert, Granier & J. B. Faure; Arias from Pagliacci, Aïda, Otello, L’Africaine, Sigurd, Guillaume Tell, La Reine de Saba, Dinorah, Werther, La Navarraise, Manon, Carmen, Roméo, Mireille, Le Roi d’Ys, Richard Cœur de Lion, La Boheme, Jocelyn, Maître Pathelin, La Juive, Jerusalem, Tosca, Manon Lescaut & Lohengrin. 2-Marston 52034. Transfers by Ward Marston. - 638335203423
"As one of Frances's most admired singers....[Vezzani] possessed a true ténor fort, capable of producing very exciting acuti in the performance of dramatic music and, although at his most effective when singing mezzo-forte and forte, he was still able on occasion to refine and soften the tone, in an effort to observe the composer's dynamic markings."
- Alan Bilgora, THE RECORD COLLECTOR, 2012
"Vezzani is a truly heroic voice in the best sense of the word. There is not just a secure solidity to the vocal production, but a clarity, a thrilling ring, a command, an excitement and enthusiasm to his singing….a ‘must’ for all fans of the tenor voice."
- Charles H. Parsons, AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, May/June, 2006