Listen to Jussi

WITH PERMISSION from the record company Bluebell of Sweden we have made available some unique soundtracks where Jussi is at his best! If you want to buy the complete CDs and listen in high quality sound we recommend that you order the discs through the Jussi Björling Shop.

 

 Donna non vidi mai 1960 (Bluebell ABCD 092)

♪ Jag längtar dig 1960 (Bluebell ABCD 092)

♪ I fjärran land (In fernem Land) 1960 (Bluebell ABCD 092)

♪ Nessun dorma 1944 (Bluebell ABCD 092)

♪ Förbi, Förbi (Kuda, kuda) 1960 (Bluebell ABCD 092)

♪ Ingemisco 1939 (Bluebell ABCD 006)

♪ Var hälsad, dygdens kyska boning (Salut! Demeure) 1939 (Bluebell ABCD 006)

♪ Bella figlia dell'amore 1957 (Bluebell ABCD 044)

♪ När jag för mig själv i mörka skogen går 1959 (Bluebell ABCD 042)

♪ Torna a Surriento 1959 (Bluebell ABCD 042)

♪ Aftonstämning 1959 (Bluebell ABCD 042)

♪ Funiculì funiculà 1940 (Bluebell ABCD 116 (2)

♪ La danza (på svenska) 1940 (Bluebell ABCD 116 (2) 

♪ Tonerna 1955 (Bluebell ABCD 116 (2)

 

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The Jussi Björling Society

The Jussi Björling Society was founded on January 7, 1989. Its task is to promote interest in and spread knowledge about Jussi Björling, his vocal art, life and career.

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Join the Society

HERE you can quickly become a member of The Jussi Björling Society. You will receive our magazine, newsletters and invitations to events and gatherings. The annual fee is 250 SEK.

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Welcome to the American and British Jussi Björling Societies 

 

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Jussi Favourites of the Board Members

Hans Thunström presents his favourite recording.

Read about and listen to the favourite


The Jussi Björling Museum

Jussi Björling Museet

The Jussi Björling Museum Greets You!

 

BORLÄNGE  is the place where Jussi Björling was born. Here is also his own museum, the only Björling Museum in the world. "Of all singers' museums, this is the best", accordning to the late John Steane, noted British music critic.

 

Opening hours
Winter season  September–May working days Thuesday - Friday 12-17

June - August

Monday - Friday 11-18
Saturday 10-14
Sunday 12-17
Closed on June 6, Midsummer Eve and Midsummer Day

 

Link to The Jussi Björling Museum