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Andrzej Bielecki (1907-1959), from Cracow, studied law at its University before learning singing with Walek-Walevski, Kniagin and Bernardino Rizzi. Not until 1938 did he make his début in Cracow, in Moniuszko’s Halka. During the war he was interned by the Germans in Italy, where he had been studying with Pesci in Rome, but he escaped during an Allied bombing raid and was engaged by the San Carlo, Naples, making his début in 1944 as Cavaradossi in Tosca. He gave concerts for Allied troops and in 1946 toured Great Britain as a recitalist.

Role: Classical Artist 
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MUSSORGSKY: Boris Godunov (Christoff, Gedda) (1952) Naxos Historical

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