Jussi Bjorling, recordings, national archive, phonography
In his 1945 autobiography Jussi Bjorling advocated setting up a national archive of sound recordings. There is thus no doubting his awareness of the significance of his own legacy in this field, as well as that of earlier singers like Caruso. The Neapolitan of course was the tenor who influenced the adult Bjorling more than any other, and in writing a full length study of Jussi's most significant recordings-building on the invaluable research undertaken by Harald Henrysson for his PHONOGRAPHY- I have come across multiple examples of that influence.
"Writing about Jussi's Recordings,"
Newsletter of the Jussi Björling Societies of the USA & UK: Vol. 19
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/jussibjorlingsocietynl/vol19/iss1/7