- Alan Blyth
(b Sarkad, 23 Sept 1923; d Ibiza, 20 May 2002). Hungarian tenor. He studied in Budapest and, after the war, in Detmold and Milan. He made his début in Bielefeld in 1951 as Turiddu, moved in 1954 to Darmstadt and then to the Berlin Städtische Oper. His best-known role was Lohengrin, in which he made his débuts at Bayreuth in ...