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Born Fano 1827.

Died Pesaro, 12 October 1865.

Italian tenor.

Antonio Giuglini had a brief but stellar career, much of which, between 1857 and 1864, was spent in Britain. During that time he appeared in the first London performances of several operas including Verdi's Luisa Miller (1858) and Un ballo in maschera (1861). His career was cut short as a result of insanity, and he was taken back to die in Italy.

Roles in Scotland

Manrico a chieftain under the Prince of Biscay
Trovatore 1858
Trovatore 1859
Trovatore 1861
Alfredo Germont Gaston's friend
Traviata 1858
Lionel Plunkett's foster-brother
Martha 1859
Gennaro Lucrezia's son, raised in secret
Lucrezia Borgia 1859
Lucrezia Borgia 1861
Raoul de Nangis a Huguenot nobleman
Huguenots 1859
Edgardo Edgar, the Master of Ravenswood
Lucia di Lammermoor 1861
Pollione Roman Pro-consul in Gaul
Norma 1861

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