Personalities | Richard Tauber | Modern Era | Classical
After his debut in Chemnitz in 1913, Tauber was engaged by the Dresden Opera as a lyric tenor. He achieved his greatest fame in operettas, especially those by Lehár; London heard him in Das Land des Lächelns (‘The Land of Smiles’) in 1931. He sang Don Ottavio (Mozart’s Don Giovanni) at Covent Garden shortly before his death.
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