Person    | Male  Born 16/5/1891  Died 8/1/1948

Richard Tauber

Categories: Music / songs

Countries: Austria

Lyric tenor. Born Austria. An an international star he came to London a few times: 1931, 1938 and lastly when already diagnosed with lung cancer he was invited by the Vienna State Opera to perform with them at the London Royal Opera House. This was their first appearance here since the war. He sang on 27 September 1947 shortly before entering hospital. You can hear him sing at the picture source website.

 

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Richard Tauber

Richard Tauber, 1891 - 1948, lyric tenor, lived here in flat 297, 1947 - 1948...

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