Born: Antwerp, 1 October 1901
Died: Stuttgart, 3 June 1955
The fact that Wittisch was able to carve out a fine career in the face of competition from such renowned German tenor rivals as Richard Tauber, Helge Roswaenge, Franz Völker, Julius Patzak and Peter Anders, among others, testifies to his talent.
Wittrisch's singing in its prime period during the 1930s was characterised by a fresh, gleaming tone and easy top notes. As his voice matured, he undertook heavier operatic roles such as Wagner's Lohengrin in 1937 at the Bayreuth Festival and eventually Siegmund and Parsifal after the Second World War.
|a18-15||Wittrisch||Raoull w Teschmacher||Huguenots||1932||4.26|
|a18-19||Wittrisch||For A Kiss||( Tosti )||1937||3.25|