>Carlo Zampighi

Carlo Zampighi

Picture of Carlo Zampighi with Margherita Carosio in 'Manon Lescaut'
with Margherita Carosio in Manon Lescaut

Picture of Carlo Zampighi as Almaviva
Almaviva

Carlo Zampighi was born in Galeata (Forlì) in 1927 and died there on January 29th, 1997. Zampighi had a rather short career, but he was one of the most appreciated lirico-leggero tenors of the 50s. He was a pupil of Lamberto Bergamini. His singing was oriented by an elegant "Schipa style", to which Zampighi added a touch of youthful freshness. In my opinion, his 33 rpm LP of duets with Margherita Carosio, under Nino Sonzogno, is one of the best Italian records of the 50s.
Paolo Cavassini
Carlo Zampighi sings Les pêcheurs de perles: Mi par d'udir ancora
In RA format

Carlo Zampighi sings Lucia di Lammermoor: Tu che a Dio
The choir and – unknown – bass sing a language that I don't recognize.
In RA format

Carlo Zampighi sings L'amico Fritz: Tutto tace, with Margherita Carosio
In RA format
I wish to thank Lynn Samohel for the picture (Manon Lescaut).
I wish to thank Albert Scerri for the recording (Pêcheurs de perles).
I wish to thank Tom Silverbörg for the recording (Lucia).
I wish to thank Paolo Cavassini for the picture (Almaviva).