Felix Berghorn

1887 – February 24, 1942

Picture of Felix Berghorn's label

Felix Berghorn sings Aida: Celeste Aida
From the season 1912/3 until his death, with a 1914–18 interruption, Felix Berghorn was 1st tenor chorister at the Deutsche Oper Berlin. He sometimes sang small solo roles.

His brother was a bass chorister at the Deutsche Oper from 1913/14 to 1949/50.

Picture of Felix Berghorn's broadside
Berghorn and Berghorn in Rosenkavalier
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I wish to thank Guido Bathe for the Rosenkavalier program and the biographical notes.
Discography

Homokord, Berlin 1919
B.787     La bohème: Wie eiskalt ist dies Händchen              1919-09-10      15890
B.787     Aida: Holde Aida                                      1919-10-04      15894
B.789     Mattinata (Leoncavallo) 
B.789     Der Lenz (Hildach)

Victor 27 February 1923: Deutsches Opernhaus Quartett
B-27623   In der Ferne (Silcher)                                                73750
B-27624   Jägers Abschied (Mendelssohn-Bartholdy)                               73750

Deutsches Opernhaus Quartett (vocal group): 	
Felix Berghorn (1st tenor) 	
Rudolf Michaelis (2nd tenor) 	
Franz Barty (baritone) 	
Willi Berghorn (bass)

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