Michel Dens, qui est son vrai nom, né le 22 juin 1911 à Roubaix et mort le 19 décembre 2000 à Paris, est un baryton français dont le large répertoire va de l'opéra et l'opéra-comique à l'opérette, en passant par la mélodie; il laisse de nombreux enregistrements dans ce domaine.

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  • Michel Dens, qui est son vrai nom, né le 22 juin 1911 à Roubaix et mort le 19 décembre 2000 à Paris, est un baryton français dont le large répertoire va de l'opéra et l'opéra-comique à l'opérette, en passant par la mélodie; il laisse de nombreux enregistrements dans ce domaine.
  • Michel Dens (22 junio 1911, Roubaix - 19 diciembre 2000, Paris) fue un cantante de ópera francés, barítono de amplio repertorio de ópera, ópera cómica y opereta, y canción de concierto, con gran número de grabaciones.
  • Michel Dens (22 June 1911, Roubaix – 19 December 2000, Paris) was a French baritone, particularly associated with the French repertory, both opera and operetta.Born Maurice Marcel, the son of a journalist, he studied at the Academy of Music in Roubaix. He made his debut at the Opéra de Lille, as Wagner in Gounod's Faust, in 1934, and remained there as a member until 1936. Thereafter he sang at the Opera Houses of Bordeaux, Grenoble, Toulouse and Marseille. In 1943, he was heard at the Monte Carlo Opera as Escamillo, Valentin, and the Count in Le nozze di Figaro. After the Second World War, he began a very successful career at the Opéra-Comique and the Palais Garnier in Paris. His roles at the Opéra-Comique included; Figaro, Lescaut, Zurga, Frédéric, Ourrias, Dapertutto, Alfio, Marcello, Scarpia, et al., he took part there in the creation of Emmanuel Bondeville's Madame Bovary, on 1 June 1951.His debut role at the Opéra in 1947 was in the title role of Rigoletto, he also sang there as Enrico in Lucia di Lammermoor, Hérode in Hérodiade, Athanaël in Thais, et al. He appeared with success at the Aix-en-Provence Festival and at most of the great Opera Houses of France. He also appeared in Belgium, Switzerland, Canada, North Africa.He enjoyed a remarkably long and successful career, singing in opera as late as 1979, and also scoring magnificent success in French and Viennese operettas, notably in Lehár's The Land of Smiles and The Merry Widow. He also sang in works by Louis Varney, Robert Planquette, Charles Lecocq, André Messager, and others. As late as 1992, he gave concerts in Paris and Marseille. He was made a Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur.Dens sang an estimated 10,000 performances during his long career.
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  • Michel Dens, qui est son vrai nom, né le 22 juin 1911 à Roubaix et mort le 19 décembre 2000 à Paris, est un baryton français dont le large répertoire va de l'opéra et l'opéra-comique à l'opérette, en passant par la mélodie; il laisse de nombreux enregistrements dans ce domaine.
  • Michel Dens (22 junio 1911, Roubaix - 19 diciembre 2000, Paris) fue un cantante de ópera francés, barítono de amplio repertorio de ópera, ópera cómica y opereta, y canción de concierto, con gran número de grabaciones.
  • Michel Dens (22 June 1911, Roubaix – 19 December 2000, Paris) was a French baritone, particularly associated with the French repertory, both opera and operetta.Born Maurice Marcel, the son of a journalist, he studied at the Academy of Music in Roubaix. He made his debut at the Opéra de Lille, as Wagner in Gounod's Faust, in 1934, and remained there as a member until 1936. Thereafter he sang at the Opera Houses of Bordeaux, Grenoble, Toulouse and Marseille.
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