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Gig·li

(jē'ylē),
Leonardo, Italian gynecologist, 1863-1908. See: Gigli saw.
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La voz lirica mas arrobadora desde los tiempos del tambien italiano Beniamino Gigli, quien para su desgracia no conto con el poder arrollador de los 'masmedia' que si tuvo a su alcance el tenor modeneso, Luciano Pavarotti ha podido dejar un registro discografico y videografico (tambien llego a ser figura del cine) que bien podra extender su memoria y lo sui generis de sus condiciones vocales mas alla de los tiempos por vivir.
Enrico Caruso, Beniamino Gigli and Jussi Bjorling are widely regarded as the original Great Tenors and this CD includes some of their best performances on tracks such as Ave Maria, Santa Lucia, La Donna E Mobile and many more for just pounds 3.
Take this plot synopsis, for starters: When an Irish millionaire hires a quack English self-help counselor to teach him to sing like opera singer Beniamino Gigli, both men are transformed by the relationship and revelations that ensue.
Already one of the tenors most sought after by leading opera houses on both sides of the Atlantic, Joseph Calleja has routinely been compared to "legendary singers from earlier eras: Jussi Bjorling, Beniamino Gigli, even Enrico Caruso" (Associated Press).
Golden-voiced operatic tenor Beniamino Gigli died in his Rome villa aged 67.
Perhaps the cigarette factory, bullring and Alcazar gardens were drawing cards for such great tenors as Giacomo Lauri-Volpi, Beniamino Gigli, Tito Schipa and Miguel Fleta to sing at the Teatro Lope de Vega.
Fernando, panadero del Ejercito italiano era lo contrario a un padre carinoso pero rigido e influyo al joven Luciano para su vocacion y ser ejemplo de que la opera no estaba reservada a la elite, contaria el mismo Luciano; cantaba en sus tiempos libres en el conjunto local llamado El Coro de Rossini y tuvo que batallar con el nino cuyo interes era el futbol y no los estudios, aunque le encantaban las grabaciones de grandes tenores como Beniamino Gigli, Tiro Schipa, Jussi Bjoerling y su preferido: Guiseppe Di Stefano.
This is not only ignorance about important artists of the distant past such as Frieda Leider or Beniamino Gigli, but even of relatively recent luminaries such as Leontyne Price.
The great tenor Beniamino Gigli sang to rapturous audiences at the Empire Cinema, while down the road at the New The a tre a performer named Tony packed 'em in.
Despite offers to remain in France, he returned to Canada, then left again to study in Rome with Beniamino Gigli.