Claude Cheyrat

Picture of M. Cheyrat's Berliner label

He was "premier fort ténor" in Ghent in the early 1890s, and quite active in the French provinces. In 1903, he came to the Paris Opéra, where he sang only really small comprimario parts.
Claude Cheyrat sings L'Africaine: Ô paradis
In RA format

Claude Cheyrat sings La Juive: Rachel, quand du Seigneur
In RA format
I wish to thank Serge Escalaïs for the recording (L'Africaine) and label.
I wish to thank Richard J Venezia for the recording (La Juive).
G&T, Paris 1901
3671G Reine de Saba (Gounod): Inspirez-moi, race divine       32992 (7")
3672G Roméo et Juliette (Gounod): L'amour, oui, son ardeur    32983 (7")
3673G Juive (Halévy): Rachel, quand du Seigneur (ca 74)       32984 (7")
3674G Africaine (Meyerbeer): O pays merveilleux               32966 (7")
3675G Roméo et Juliette (Gounod): C'est là! Salut, tombeau    32444 (7")
3679G Damnation de Faust (Berlioz): Nature immense            32972 (7")
3680G Trovatore (Verdi): Miserere (mx 2680nB on disc)         32974 (7")
3753G L'amour captif                                          32000 (7")

Zonophone, Paris 1904
3099F Faust (Gounod): Trio final (w. Laute-Brun & Narçon)     X-84000
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