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O Tod, Wie Bitter Bist Du - Marian Anderson - Rare And Unpublished Recordings, 1936-1952 (CD)

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  1. Celebrating Marian Anderson. Ickes, in , bestowed on Anderson a word that put her in the company of Bach and Beethoven: “Genius, like justice, is blind.
  2. b. d. Comin through the Rye Elegie (Messenet) With William Primrose (viola) and Franz Rupp (piano). Marian Anderson was born on February 27, in South Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Beginning at the age of six, she sang in the Union Baptist Church Choir. Her voice was classified as contralto, she could sing the high.
  3. Jun 06,  · And Marian Anderson, opera singer extraordinaire, was a black woman who in much of the country was allowed to perform on stage to enthusiastic applause from .
  4. Marian Anderson was an opera singer. A contralto, she sang both opera and spirituals, beginning her concert career in and at first concentrating on Euro.
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  6. MARIAN ANDERSON Vinyl Records and CDs Marian Anderson (February 27, – April 8, ) was an American singer, one of the most celebrated of the twentieth century. Music critic Alan Blyth said: "Her voice was a rich, vibrant contralto of intrinsic beauty.".
  7. Marian Anderson Performed at the Metropolitan Opera January 7, As a teenager, Marian Anderson worked at low-paying jobs in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in order to earn money for her singing lessons. Do you think she ever dreamed of performing at .
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Rare And Unpublished Recordings, on Discogs.4/5(1).
  9. Marian Anderson: "Rare Live Broadcast Performances" Songs and arias by Bach, Brahms, Handel, Saint-Säens, Schubert, Sibelius, Verdi No texts or translations. VAI CD W hat kind of singer was she? We know that Marian Anderson’s performanc.

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