Antonio Scotti (1866–1936) was one of the great actors of the operatic stage. Although some critics found the quality of his baritone voice to be inferior to many of his contemporaries, his compelling theatrical histrionics contributed to his distinctive presence on the stage. Scotti debuted in his native Naples in 1889 and made his American debut at the Metropolitan Opera in 1899 as Don Giovanni. Scotti remained at the Met until 1933, when he returned, impoverished, to Naples.
The following recordings featuring Antonio Scotti are available in the National Jukebox:
|Artist Role||Title||Description||Primary Performer(s)||Date|
|Vocalist - Baritone vocal||Cantabile scarpia||Baritone vocal solo, with orchestra||Antonio Scotti|
|Vocalist - Baritone vocal||Lo so che alle sue pene||Vocal trio (soprano, tenor, and baritone), with orchestra||Rita Fornia; Antonio Scotti; Riccardo Martin|