Fagoaga, Isidoro - Large Signed Photo 1927
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Fagoaga, Isidoro - Large Signed Photo 1927

Item #: GA1258-GX264B

Spanish tenor (1895-1976), best known for his interpretation of Wagnerian roles during the first half of the XX century.

Large photograph of the tenor, signed and inscribed by him with a short sentiment, dated in Milan, 1927; photo by A. Barzoni, Verona. Photo's size is 6.75 x 9 inches mounted on a photographer mat of 10.1 x 13.1 inches in size, some damage at the top and corners of the mat, crease on its side, some silvering on the photo, otherwise in very good condition.

Listen to Mr. Fagoaga's recording of Tannhäuser's Act III aria:

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