Tenors on the fringe


Balkan tenors Naydenov
Baltic tenors Baltiņš, Mikas Petrauskas
Belgian tenors Pierre Duré, Lassoie
English speaking tenors Bolton, Donato, Flagg, Galanti, Lane, Lawrenz, McMahon, Lawrence O'Neill, Potts, Rowland, George Savelli, Silver, Sloman, Treston, Venezia, Zucker
French speaking tenors Bilodeau, Dugès, Gonet, LaFond, Roblin, Sayan
German speaking tenors Peter L. Anders, Bühner, Grünfeld, Kasper, Felix Müller, Albert Schott, Wagner
Italian tenors Bocelli, Carrisi, Simonetta-Rangoni, Stuarti, Taormina, Verso, Vitti
Russian and Ukrainian speaking tenors Bandukow, Karolik, Vinokurenko
Scandinavian tenors Alfer, Friðriksson, Ole Hansen, Wågsjö


François Nouvion's list was the following:

Alfer, Peter L. Anders, Bandukow, Bertoli, Bocardi, Bocelli, Bolton, Caruso Jr., Da-Fré, De Murguia, Dugès, Durchstecher, Duré, Finelli, Flagg, Franchi, Friðriksson, Galanti, Gonet, Guearti, Ole Hansen (a comical tenor), Karolik, LaFond, Lane, Lanza, Lassoie, Lawrenz, McMahon, Murgatroyd, Naydenov, Lawrence O'Neill, Umberto Pini-Corsi, Roblin, Rosenberg, Rowland, Sakai, Sayan, Scerri, Silver, Sloman, Stuarti, Taormina, Treston, Urbain, van Bodegraven, van Evelingen, Venezia, Vinokurenko (a comical tenor), Wagner, Zucker



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