Some articles on verdi baritone, baritone:
... Italian Baritono Verdiano English equivalent Verdi Baritone ... A Verdi baritone refers to a voice capable of singing consistently and with ease in the highest part of the baritone range, sometimes extending up to the C above middle C, or "High C." The Verdi baritone will ...
... Giuseppe Sinopoli "Only the baritone Renato Bruson has a similar ability Music critic Christian Springer wrote of Bruson "Bruson was the quintessential Verdi baritone in the ... A Verdi baritone not as it was understood (or rather, misunderstood) in the 1950s and 1960s, but a Verdi baritone as understood and desired by the composer himself." ...
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