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  Feodor Chaliapin    (1873-1938)
    as a young man
    as a young man, wearing boots
    again as a young man
    studio portrait
    in profile
    in profile
    bemedaled
    with hat and cane
    with coat and hat
    in fur
    holding something mysterious
    about to leave on a train
    doffing his hat from the train window
    ice skating
    serious
    serious
    in 1915
    a Baldwin piano advertisement
    at the piano with a score (photo courtesy of Francesco Speroni)
    with a cigarette
    studying
    as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
       (from Harmonie Autographs and Music, Inc., New York, NY)
    again as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    as Varlaam in Boris Godunov
    as the Miller in Dargomyzhsky's Rusalka
    as Boito's Mefistofele, 1922
    as Boito's Mefistofele
    as Boito's Mefistofele
    as Boito's Mefistofele
    as Boito's Mefistofele
    as Boito's Mefistofele
    as Mephistopheles
    as Mephistopheles
    as Mephistopheles
    as Mephistopheles
    as Don Quichotte
    as Don Basilio
    as Don Basilio
    as Ivan Susanin in Glinka's A Life for the Tsar
    again as Ivan Susanin
    again as Ivan Susanin
    as Eryomka in Serov's The Power of Evil
    again as Eryomka
    as Ivan the Terrible in Rimsky-Korsakov's The Maid of Pskov
    again as Ivan the Terrible
    his own postage stamp
    another postage stamp
    and (center), with Gigli and Tauber
    and with his son Boris

  Alexander Kipnis   (1891-1978)
    as Boris Godunov
    as King Mark
    as Amfortas
    as Hagen
    as Sarastro
    out for a stroll
    rehearsing
    a studio portrait
    and another studio portrait

  Ezio Pinza   (1892-1957)
    profile
    big smile
    wearing an ascot
    in black tie
    smoking
    trying out a camera
    as Don Giovanni
    again as Don Giovanni
    again as Don Giovanni, serenading
    as Boris Godunov
    as Mephistopheles in Gounod's Faust
       (Ezio Pinza portrayed Chaliapin in the film
       "Tonight We Sing" singing this role among others.)
    again as Mephistopheles
    as Chaliapin in the film "Tonight We Sing", with David Wayne as Sol Hurok
    with Lana Turner, photo by Franklin Thistle
    and with Lassie

  Mark Reizen   (1895-1992)

  Paul Robeson   (1898-1976)
    in the film "Emperor Jones"
    and at the piano

  Gottlob Frick   (1906-1994)
    a studio portrait
    wearing a snappy tie
    as Rocco
    in costume
    and in costume
    sample of his voice (audio promo)

  Kurt Böhme   (1908-1989)
    Baron Ochs in Der Rosenkavalier
    and in costume

  Hans Hotter   (1909-2003)
    profile
    looking skyward
    as Amonasro in Aida
    as Count Almaviva in The Marriage of Figaro
    as Mandryka in Arabella
    in The Flying Dutchman
    as Wotan
    as Gurnemanz in Parsifal
    in costume
    and with Birgit Nilsson in Die Walküre

  Giulio Neri   (1909-1958)
    as Fiesco in Simon Boccanegra
    as Mefistofele
    and in Norma with Maria Callas and Franco Corelli

  Lorenzo Alvary   (1909-1996)
    in Roméo et Juliette

  Josef Greindl   (1912-1993)
    in The Flying Dutchman
    in costume
    and in costume

  Boris Christoff   (1914-1993)
    smiling
    a bit younger
    wearing a three-piece suit
    studio portrait (photo courtesy of Francesco Speroni)
    studio portrait (photo courtesy of Francesco Speroni)
    as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    as Mefistofele
    again as Mefistofele
    as Philip in Don Carlo
    again as Philip in Don Carlo
    as Prince Galitzky in Prince Igor
    and as Dosifey in Khovanschina
    sample of his voice (audio promo)

  Italo Tajo   (1915-1993)

  Fernando Corena   (1916-1984)

  Otto Edelmann   (1917-2003)
    as Hans Sachs
    in Siegfried
    and as Baron Ochs in Der Rosenkavalier

  George London   (1920-1985)
    as Boris Godunov
    as Amonasro
    again as Amonasro
    in The Tales of Hoffmann
    as Don Giovanni
    again as Don Giovanni
    in The Flying Dutchman
    as Amfortas in Parsifal
    as Mandryka in Arabella
    as Scarpia in Tosca
    on stage
    a studio portrait
    and with Leonie Rysanek as Senta

  Nicola Rossi-Lemeni   (1920-1991)
    and playing the harp

  William Warfield   (1920-2002)

  Jerome Hines   (1921-2003)

  Cesare Siepi   (1923-2010)
    as Don Giovanni
    again as Don Giovanni
    as Mozart's Figaro
    as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    as Mephistopheles
    again as Mephistopheles
    as Mefistofele
    as King Philip in Don Carlo
    as Fiesco in Simon Boccanegra
    dramatic studio portrait
    studio portrait
    another formal pose
    in profile
    in Italy in 1965
    with an astounding car
    and as Don Giovanni, with Leontyne Price
    sample of his voice (audio promo)

  Giorgio Tozzi   (1923-2011)
    as Boris
   
Ramfis in Aida
   
as Archibaldo in L'Amore dei Tre Re
   
and as Gremin in Eugene Onegin
   
sample of his voice (audio promo)

  Nicola Zaccaria   (1923-2007)

  Theo Adam   (1926- )
    as Boris
    as Hans Sachs
    again as Hans Sachs
    and in costume

  Norman Treigle   (1927-1975)
    with a cigarette
    in the title role of Carlisle Floyd's Markheim
    as Mefistofele
    as Mephistopheles
    as Giulio Cesare
    as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    as Rev. Olin Blitch in Susannah
    again as Rev. Olin Blitch, with Phyllis Curtin as Susannah
    with Maestro Knud Andersson
    and on an album cover

  Nicolai Ghiaurov   (1929-2004)
    as King Philip in Don Carlo
    again as King Philip
    as Fiesco in Simon Boccanegra
    as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    again as Boris Godunov
    as Mephistopheles
    again as Mephistopheles
    as Moses
    as Don Basilio
    as Don Giovanni
    as Don Giovanni
    as Don Giovanni
    in costume
    in costume
    a studio portrait
    looking very serious
    sitting in a theater
    with his wife Mirella Freni
    and in Don Carlo, again with his wife Mirella Freni
    sample of his voice (audio promo)

  Walter Berry   (1929-2000)
    as Papageno
    as Figaro
    as Baron Ochs in Der Rosenkavalier
    in costume
    in costume
    in costume
    in costume
    in Der Rosenkavalier with Christa Ludwig and Leonie Rysanek
    and with Christa Ludwig

  Boris Shtokolov   (1930-2005)
    and a portrait

  Ezio Flagello   (1931-2009)
    and as Wurm in Luisa Miller

  Ivan Rebroff   (1931-2008)

  Richard Novák   (1931- )
    as Dr. Bartolo
    in Nabucco
    with Willard White
    with Tatiana Teslia
    with Natalia Romanova in Turandot
    and with Natalia Romanova in Rusalka

  Bonaldo Giaiotti   (1932- )
    smiling
    as Padre Guardiano in La Forza del Destino
    as King Philip in Don Carlo
    as Timur in Turandot
    as Alvise in La Gioconda
    and in costume

  Karl Ridderbusch   (1932-1997)
    studio portrait
    studio portrait
    as Hagen
    and in costume

  Jules Bastin   (1933-1996)

  Martti Talvela   (1935-1989)
    serious
    studio portrait
    in Don Carlo
    again in Don Carlo
    as Fiesco in Simon Boccanegra
    in costume
    in costume
    in costume
    in costume
    and again in costume

  Gwynne Howell   (1938- )

  Kurt Moll   (1938- )
    smiling
    and informal portrait (photo courtesy of Francesco Speroni)

  Ruggero Raimondi   (1941- )
    in a fur-trimmed coat
    in costume
    as Scarpia
    and as King Philip in Don Carlo
    and with Angela Gheorghiu in Tosca

  Paul Plishka   (1941- )
    as Boris
    as King Philip in Don Carlo
    as Falstaff
    in Nabucco
    as Simone
    and as Count Walter in Luisa Miller

  Samuel Ramey   (1942- )
    smiling
    smiling again
    with a nice tie
    in a leather jacket
    bearded
    enjoying the sun
    as Argante in Rinaldo
    in the title role of Boito's Mefistofele
    as Attila
    again as Attila
    again as Attila
    as King Philip in Don Carlo
    as Don Giovanni
    as Don Giovanni
    as Boris Godunov
    as Bluebeard
    a bit more dramatic
    and in black and white

  James Morris   (1947- )
    as Scarpia in Tosca
    again as Scarpia in Tosca
    again as Scarpia in Tosca
    as Wotan
    again as Wotan
    again as Wotan
    and with Bryn Terfel in Don Giovanni

  Paata Burchuladze   (1951- )

  Thomas Quasthoff   (1959- )
    and smiling

  René Pape   (1964- )