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Paul Althouse

Paul Althouse (1899–1954) was an operatic tenor who was among the first Americans without European training to sing at the Metropolitan Opera. He made his debut there in 1913 and made his first recordings in that same year.

The following recordings featuring Paul Althouse are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Finale atto 3 Vocal duet (contralto and tenor), with orchestra Margarethe Arndt-Ober; Paul Althouse 1915-04-23
Vocalist - Tenor vocal In native worth Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Paul Althouse 1915-09-03
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Onaway! Awake beloved! Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Paul Althouse 1915-09-03
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Fuggiam gli ardori Vocal duet (soprano and tenor), with orchestra Lucy Isabelle Marsh; Paul Althouse 1915-06-30
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Siegmund's Liebeslied Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Paul Althouse 1915-06-30
Vocalist - Tenor vocal E lucevan le stelle Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Paul Althouse 1914-05-01
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Celeste Aida Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Paul Althouse 1914-05-01
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Vesti la giubba Tenor vocal solo, with orchestra Paul Althouse 1914-05-01
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Gems from Aïda Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra Victor Opera Company 1914-12-08
Vocalist - Tenor vocal Gems from Aïda Vocal chorus and soloists, with orchestra Victor Opera Company 1914-12-08