Enrico De Angelis

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Enrico De Angelis was an Italian singer of the 1940s.

In 1940, he founded a vocal quartet named Quartetto Egie together with Tata Giacobetti, Iacopo Jacomelli and Enrico Gentile. They made their debut on 27 May 1940 at the Valle Theatre in Rome. They performed the song Bambina dall'abito blu ("little girl in a blue dress"). In a year's time, the quartet changed line-up and name twice, becoming Quartetto Ritmo first and then Quartetto Cetra.

In October 1942, Enrico De Angelis left Quartetto Cetra to join the Army. He was replaced by Lucia Mannucci, a singer and the wife of Virgilio Savona.