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Marcel Journet (18671933) was a French tenor. 1867 was a common year starting on Tuesday (see link for calendar). ... 1933 was a common year starting on Sunday (link will take you to calendar). ... In music, a tenor is a male singer with a high voice (although not as high as a countertenor). ...


Born in Nice, France, he studied with Arturo Toscanini, and his contemporaries were: Luisa Tetrazzini, Enrico Caruso, Plácido Domingo, Antonio Scotti, Emilio de Gogorza, Titta Ruffo, and John McCormack. City motto: Nicæa civitas. ... Arturo Toscanini (March 25, 1867 – January 16, 1957) was a madman considered by many of his contemporaries — critics, fellow musicians, and the public alike — as the greatest conductor of his era. ... Contemporary is an adjective which in its basic form merely means that two individuals, events or movements overlapped in time. ... Categories: Stub | 1871 births | 1940 deaths ... Enrico Caruso (February 27, 1873 – August 2, 1921) was one of the most famous tenors in the history of opera. ... Plácido Domingo (born January 21, 1941) is a famous Spanish opera singer. ... Titta Ruffo, born June 9, 1877 - died July 5, 1953, was an Italian opera singer. ... John McCormack John McCormack (14 June 1884 - 16 September 1945), was a world-famous Irish tenor in the fields of opera and popular music, and renowned for his flawless diction and superb breath control. ...


He died in Vittel, France of lung cancer. Lung cancer is a malignant tumour of the lungs. ...


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Marston - Marcel Journet (645 words)
During this late period, Journet's high range increased to almost baritone-proportions and his vocal range spanned from a Low E to a High G. His recording career was no less exceptional: Journet was one of the most prolific basses in the 78 era.
With the exception of Feodor Chaliapin, Marcel Journet was undoubtedly the most prolifically recorded bass of the 78 rpm era.
As in the case of Feodor Chaliapin, Marcel Journet’s electrical recordings are perhaps his very best, for his voice only got better with age, and he acquired baritonal high notes which he never possessed as a younger singer.
Marston - Marcel Journet (2078 words)
Marcel Journet was born at Grasse (Alpes Maritimes), approximately twenty miles west of Nice, on 25 July 1867.
Journet’s early years at Covent Garden, beginning in the spring of 1897 until 1907 and then 1909, were similarly frustrating.
In 1914 at the premiere of Parsifal, Journet sang Klingsor, Gresse Titurel and Delmas Gurnemanz.
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