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Hans Braun Autograph. Hand-signiertes Photo 1951

Hans Braun Autograph. Hand-signiertes Photo 1951
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Hans Braun Portrait-Photo, signed: Herzlichst Hans Braun 13. 4. 51.

3,2 x 5,2 inches,  fine condition.

The Autograph comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

Hans Braun was born in 1917 in Wien. He sang in the Vienna Boys' Choir when he was a boy. He studies with Hermann Gallos and Hans Duhan.

He debuted in 1938 in Königsberg as the Count in Figaro.

His first Viennese appearance was as a guest at the State Opera in 1939.

It was not until 1945, however, that he joined the company, singing German and Italian roles in addition to Tarquinius in Britten's The Rape of Lucretia and John Sorel in Menotti's The Consul.

This photo shows Braun as Consul.

In 1947 Braun was a member of the Vienna Company which visited Covent Garden in London, and he returned as a guest in 1948-49 to sing the Count in Figaro and Melot in Tristan, and again in 1953, as Orest in Elektra under Erich Kleiber. He also appeared in Italy and Spain, and in 1953 sang the Herald in Lohengrin at the Bayreuth Festival.




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