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ISBN: 0214205703

This book brings back to life in entertaining and vivid fashion, a cavalcade of prime donne beginning when women singers gradually ousted the castrati and ending with the glories of opera… Mehr…

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Queens of Song. Melba, Malibran, Tetrazzini, Patti, Lind and Other Divas - gebunden oder broschiert

1979, ISBN: 9780214205705

London: Barrie & Jenkins. Very Good+ in Very Good- dust jacket. 1979. Hardcover. 0214205703 . 'The text is engagingly and eloquently illustrated with period prints and photograph… Mehr…

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Queens of Song - Erstausgabe

1979

ISBN: 9780214205705

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Harper & Row, 1979. Hardcover. Good., Harper & Row, 1979, 2.5, London: Barrie & Jenkins. 1979. Large octavo size [16x24cm approx]. Very Good condition in Good+ Dustjacket. Main fau… Mehr…

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Gattey, Charles Neilson:
Queens of Song. Melba, Malibran, Tetrazzini, Patti, Lind and Other Divas. - Erstausgabe

1979, ISBN: 9780214205705

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1979, ISBN: 9780214205705

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London: Barrie & Jenkins, 1979. First edition (hardback). 8vo (24cm by 16cm), [vii], 248pp. 16pp plates. Original black cloth, dustwrapper. The book and the dustwrapper are in ver… Mehr…

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Queens of Song

This book brings back to life in entertaining and vivid fashion, a cavalcade of prime donne beginning when women singers gradually ousted the castrati and ending with the glories of opera's 'Golden Age'. The opening section, 'Dawn of the Divas', gives delightful accounts of the personalities and vocal techniques of, among others, Catherine Tofts - who played queens so often in opera she became mentally deranged and spent the rest of her days behaving like one; of Faustina and Cuzzoni involved in one of the fiercest of operatic feuds; of Gabrielli, called by a contemporary "the most dangerous siren of the 18th century", whom the French Ambassador in Vienna attempted to shoot in a fit of jealousy and who was saved only by the whalebones in her stays; of Josephina Grassini; Napoleon's mistress; of Mrs Billington, the same to the Prince Regent; and of Catalani who in one year, 1807, earned the equivalent of half a million dollars in today's values. The five following sections describe the spectacular careers and the accomplished art of Malibran, Jenny Lind, Patti, Melba and Tetrazzini, and examine their relationships with others in the world of opera. Mr. Ganey has succeeded in writing a book which will enthrall and inform devotees of this most appealing theatrical form, as well as attract the general reader interested in personalities who are 'larger than life'.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780214205705
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0214205703
Gebundene Ausgabe
Erscheinungsjahr: 1979
Herausgeber: Barrie and Jenkins

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ISBN/EAN: 0214205703

ISBN - alternative Schreibweisen:
0-214-20570-3, 978-0-214-20570-5


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