Personalities | Friedrich Schorr | Modern Era | Classical
Born in Hungary, Schorr spent his early career in central Europe. He made his name as the leading Wagner bass-baritone of the inter-war years, appearing at Bayreuth 1925–31, Covent Garden 1925–33 and the Metropolitan 1924–43. He was in particular demand as Wotan and Hans Sachs.
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