John Forsell, born Carl Johan Jacob Forsell, (6 November 1868 - 30 May 1941), was a prominent Swedish baritone, opera administrator and teacher of voice. He was the leading baritone of the Royal Swedish Opera (RSO) from 1896–1918, and thereafter sang roles periodically with the company until his last stage performance in 1938. From 1923-1939 he served as the director of the RSO. He also sang leading roles as a guest artist with opera companies internationally, drawing particular acclaim for his portrayal of the title character in Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Don Giovanni.In 1899, Forsell was awarded the Litteris et Artibus and, a decade later, he was named a Hovsångare. The Royal Swedish Academy of Music awarded him membership in 1906.
Aria ur "Barberaren i Sevilla" / [Gioachino Rossini], Il barbiere di Siviglia / Auswahl
Monolog ur "Rigoletto" / af Verdi, Rigoletto / Auswahl
"Hur kan du grymma flicka" : ur "Figaros bröllop" / af Mozart, Le nozze di Figaro / Auswahl
Myös HMV V154.; Soitinnus: lauluääni, piano.; 1 teos.; John Forsell (baritoni), piano.