Bonci, Alessandro - Signed Photograph 1912
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Bonci, Alessandro - Signed Photograph 1912

Item #: GB8207-GX207C

Italian tenor (1870-1940), known internationally for his interpretations of the Bel Canto repertory, being a famous competitor of star tenor Enrico Caruso.

Fine black and white photograph signed and inscribed by him, shown as himself, dated in 1912; blind-stamped by the photographer. Size is 7.75 x 9.75 inches, small bullet holes on top and stains below and on verso, not affecting the photo image and signature, otherwise in very good condition.

Listen to Alessandro Bonci sing "Recondita Armonia" from Puccini's Tosca, a 1913 recording:

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