Eduardo Cazano

The company for which Cazano recorded was Pagode, but his discs were also issued on Galfadisc, the label of the famous Paris warehouse Galéries Lafayette – and warehouse music it is, indeed, as far as the "orchestra" is concerned. Our tenor is not that bad, as long as he limits himself to lyrical singing (I have also a Faust record of him that's less commendable).

What can be said with utmost certainty is that no Eduardo Cazano ever made any kind of career, not in opera, not in operetta, not in café-concert. A record tenor? Exclusively at an ephemeral and anyway tiny label like Pagode? Hardly. Which leaves us with three possibilities: one, a strong-voiced chorister (cf. Tom Johns); two, a gifted amateur (cf. Voisin and possibly even Orliac); three, an alias of someone (but who?) having a contract with another record company.

Eduardo Cazano sings Tosca: O douces mains
In RA format

Eduardo Cazano sings La bohème: Que cette main est froide
Anton Bieber has contributed the Bohème recording and label scan: thank you!

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