Angelo, Luigi (Louis) d' 6.may.1888-9.aug.1958 Italy, Naples - USA New Jersey, Jersey City
baritone singer, no composer, brought to the US as a child, first apprenticed as a glove cutter in Gloversville NY where he sang in a local church, 1906 he went to New York City, studied at the New York College of Music, studied voice with Michele Guarini, 1906 singer in vaudeville in New York City, then with the Savage Opera Company, 1912 debuted as the King in Aida with the Aborn Opera Company, 1917-1946 singer and on the staff of the Metropolitan Opera in New York, for 12 years singer with the San Francisco Opera Association, for 18 years with the Ravinia Opera in Chicago, has sung more than 300 operatic roles in five languages, 1938 residing in Jersey City

Title Parts

[] The beauty spot. Musical play. New Field's Theatre, New York apr1909
music Reginald de Koven
music erroneously attributed to d'Angelo [Stieger]
libretto Joseph W. Herbert

[] The beauty spot. Musical play
music James W. Tate (Wolverhampton 1875-1922 London)
music erroneously attributed to d'Angelo
libretto Clifford Harris and Valentine
libretto also attributed to James W. Tate

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