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DINO DONDI, Baritone * 10 July 1925, Casalecchio di Reno + 3 March 2007, Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe;

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He began his stage career at the theaters in the Italian province in the early fifties and then sang the Amonasro in 1956 at La Scala in Milan. In the sixties, and the beginning of the seventies, he appeared at La Scala, singing , Don Carlo in ” Ernani”, Scarpia Escamillo , Filippo Visconti in “Beatrice di Tenda”, Valentin and ‘Doctor Faust. He sang in the premiere of Felice Lattuada’s opera “Caino”, in 1958 and also . Pizzetti’s “L’Assassinio nella cattedrale”.Renato, Rigoletto, La Forza’s Carlos, Nabucco, and Macbeth. Other roles from the singer’s repertoire included Riccardo in “I Puritani”, Pizzetti’s Tereo in “Fedra”

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