Camille Rouquetty, born Camille Rouquettou, spent his entire career, from 1935 to 1961, at the Paris Opéra. He made his debut on 14 October 1935 as the Messenger in Samson et Dalila. Until 1943, he sang mostly main roles: Gounod's and Berlioz' Faust, Mylio (Le roi d'Ys), Italienischer Sänger, Shabarim (Salammbô), Duca, Erik, Dmitrij; but also Erster Geharnischter and Borsa. He made a few guest appearances: at the Opéra-Comique in 1941 (Cavaradossi, Belmonte), in Monte Carlo from 1937 to 1939 (Gounod's Faust, Hoffmann).
Discography Columbia, Paris CL6191-1 Le soldat de France (Dupont) DF2170 CL6192- La Sidi Brahim (arr Dupont) DF2170 HMV, 1936/7 0LA 1458 Faust: Cavatine part 1 DA4902 0LA 1459 Faust: Cavatine part 2 DA4902 0L 1007 Milhaud: Ballet chanté part 1 DA4886 with Mahé, Chastenet, Froumenty 0L 1008-2 Milhaud: Ballet chanté part 2 DA4886 with Mahé, Chastenet, Froumenty
Plus he sang in complete recordings of the LP era, always tiny parts: Roméo et Juliette (where he sang Paris), Werther (Schmidt), Rigoletto (Borsa) and Les mousquetaires au couvent. And there is a complete 1955 Opéra Otello live recording (with José Luccioni, Crespin and Bianco) where he sings Rodrigo.
Source for the discography: 78opera.com and AHRC.