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"Parlami d'amore, Mariù" - Janusz Popławski, tenor

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Uploaded on May 18, 2008

Janusz Popławski (1898--1971)

Opera, operetta and music hall singer. The artist of distinguished and versatile vocal abilities, endowed with a voice of beautiful "sunny" timbre. In twenties he learned singing and in 1927 was engaged to the Great Theatre, Warsaw, as an opera singer where he was singing until the outbreak of the war. Creation of leading parts did not disturb him to perform serial recordings of popular songs for Cristal-Electro, Columbia and later - Odeon. During the War he made performances in the overt Warsaw theatres. After the war, as early as 1945, he recorded first records for still existing in Poland Odeon. He also resumed his performances both in opera and in music halls. In 1953 he moved to Operetta in Gliwice where he took active part in the artistic life nearly until the end of his days.
His old recordings of popular songs preserved and still retains a lot of charm. Janusz Popławski, by means of his unique voice created the atmosphere - now of radiant joy, then of meditative pensiveness.
I like him.

Here sings only a chorus of the song, accompanied by exquisite Orchestra Henryk Gold
Columbia 1934

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