"This is the list author's critically-acclaimed biography of the great bass-baritone. It is the result of ten years of research and interviews with many of his relatives, friends, and colleagues. (2006)"
"What a marvelous, underrated set. It has Treigle as his unforgettable Villains, Beverly Sills at her zenith as the Heroines, and the adorable Susanne Marsee in her only commercial recording (as Nicklausse). (1972)"
"This is the opera in which Treigle had his first great success. This 'live' recording (on VAI) is from his native city of New Orleans, and also features a stunning Phyllis Curtin and Richard Cassilly. Treigle's Reverend Blitch was regarded as definitive, by no less than Carlisle Floyd himself. (1962)"
"Here is the only film of Treigle that has been released commercially. It is taken from a kinescope of a 1958 performance of the Revival Scene from 'Susannah,' in New Orleans. This performance took place shortly after his European debut, in this opera. Here, one can see why he was acclaimed as one of the greatest of singing-actors. Incomparable. (1958)"
"Here is the world-premiere production of another Floyd opera, with Treigle haunting in the title role. Also featured in this 'live' performance are Audrey Schuh, who is extraordinary as the young girl, Tess, and the excellent Alan Crofoot. (1966)"
"Treigle recorded three excerpts from Floyd's 'solo cantata on biblical texts,' 'Pilgrimage' (which he had premiered in 1960) with the New Orleans Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra conducted by Werner Torkanowsky, in 1971, for the now-defunct label, Orion. Hopefully, we will one day see its release on Compact Disc. Also included are various instrumental works of other contemporary composers."
"In 1954, Treigle was in the world-premiere of 'The Tender Land,' at the New York City Opera. In 1966, when the composer conducted an abridged recording of his only opera, Treigle was the only participant from the original cast. Joy Clements is also heard here, in her only operatic recording. (1966)"
"This was a production that many New Orleanians of a 'certain age' still remember: An all-star cast of the beloved Puccini favorite, with Licia Albanese, Giuseppe di Stefano, Schuh, Giuseppe Valdengo, and Treigle, conducted by Renato Cellini. Colline was, in fact, the role of Treigle's New York debut, six years earlier. (1959)"
"This was Treigle's first complete operatic recording (for RCA), of a role written for a castrato. While miscast, he nevertheless makes much of the role, especially in the recitatives. Sills, of course, is sensational as Cleopatra, her first big success. (1966)"
"This 'live' recording is of the Treigle/Sills debut at the Teatro Colón, in Buenos Aires. The acoustics of the beautiful theatre are excellent, and one can hear the voices of Sills and Treigle at their peak. (1968)"
"Here is Treigle's daughter, Phyllis Treigle, in a role worthy of her heritage: The murderous, wicked Medea, here heard in the original, opéra-comique version, with period instruments (on Newport Classic). The soprano is stunning in the fierce role, and is well-matched by a cast that includes D'Anna Fortunato and Thaďs St Julien, passionately conducted by Bart Folse. (1997)"