14 February 1902|
6 April 1967 (aged 65)|
Life and career
From 1928 to 1958 Vieuille sang mainly at the Paris Opéra-Comique, and from 1950 also at the Paris Opéra. His repertoire included Carmagnola in Les Brigands, Nicklauss and Lindorf in Les Contes d'Hoffmann, Dancaïre and Escamillo in Carmen, Angelotti in Tosca, Melot in Tristan und Isolde, Marcel in La bohème, and Albert in Werther.
He sang in the premieres of La Peau de Chagrin by Charles Levadé (1929), Le Sicilien by Omer Letorey (1930), Gargantua by Antoine Mariotte (1935), Ginevra by Marcel Bertrand (1942), Guignol by André Bloch (1949), Marion ou La Belle au Tricorne by Pierre Wissmer (1951) and Dolores by Michel-Maurice Levy (1952).
Vieuille sang in complete 1950s recordings of Carmen (conducted by Albert Wolff, and by André Cluytens), as Brétigny in Manon (with Pierre Monteux), Pelléas et Mélisande (conducted by Cluytens) and La Poule noire (conducted by Richard Blareau). He had previously recorded songs from Ciboulette, Monsieur Beaucaire, La Mascotte and Véronique and mélodies by Hahn for Parlophone.
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