Many sources give Garulli's year of birth as 1866; yet it seems likely that the earlier date of 1857, found in some Italian literature, is correct.
I wish to thank Ashot Arakelyan for the recording (Mefistofele).
All with piano accompaniment
Light Blue International Zonophone - Milan 1902 X-1540 Aprile (Tosti)
X-1542 Ovunque tu (Van Westerhout)
X-1543 Serenata - Sera di Paradiso (D)
X-1545 Ideale (Tosti)
X-1547 Lohengrin "Mercè, mercè, cigno gentil!"
X-1548 Mireille (Gounod) Canzone di Magali (D)
X-1549 Pagliacci (Leoncavallo) Vesti la giubba (without recit.)
Note: Ernestina Bendazzi-Garulli recorded the song Ogni sabato by Gordigiani on Zono X-1544; it is believed that Alfonso Garulli recorded that song, too, but the matrix/catalogue number is not known.
Anglo Italian Commerce Company (AICC), Milan 1902
("Hill and Dale" cylinders, later Pathe discs)
84002 Ideale (Tosti)
84080 Aprile (Tosti)
84082 I Maestri Cantori (Wagner) Nel verno a pie del focolar
84085 Mireille (Gounod) Canzone di Magali (D)
84086 Aida (Verdi) Morir si pura e bella
84088 Mefistofele (Boito) Forma ideal purissima
All items (including the Wagner and Gounod) are sung in Italian
References: Pietro Mascagni (D. Stivender), Fernando De Lucia (M. Henstock), Record of Singing (M. Scott), CD inserts (M. Henstock)
I wish to thank Julian Philip Myerscough for the biographical & discographical information and recording (Ovunque tu).