Maurice d'Oisly

Maurice d'Oisly sings Lohengrin: In distant land

Maurice d'Oisly sings La bohème: Che gelida manina

Maurice d'Oisly sings Roméo et Juliette: O night of hymen, with Rosina Buckman

Maurice d'Oisly sings Rigoletto: Fairest daughter of the graces, with Rosina Buckman, Edith Clegg and Frederick Austin
In RA format

Born November 2nd, 1882, Tunbridge Wells, died July 12th, 1949, London. Studied voice and piano in France and London. Debut in 1909 at Covent Garden (David in "Meistersinger"). After a few years at Covent Garden, he was a member of the Quinlan Opera Company, then the Beecham Opera Company. Married the latter's primadonna, Rosina Buckman.
Many thanks to Anton Bieber for providing the Roméo et Juliette, Lohengrin and Bohème recordings and label scans.
Picture source: Opera Scotland

Go Home