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The Opera Quarterly 20.3 (2004) 523-524

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1. Adelina Patti. From Emma Calvé, My Life (New York: Arno Press, 1977), pp. 49-50.

2. Leslie Garrett. From Leslie Garrett, Notes from a Small Soprano (London: Hodder and Stoughton, 2000), p. 192.

3. Leontyne Price / La Côte Basque. From Schuyler Chapin, Sopranos, Mezzos, Tenors, Bassos, and Other Friends (New York: Crown Publishers, 1995), pp. 88-89.

4. Lily Pons / André Kostelanetz. From James A. Drake and Kristin Beall Ludecke, eds., Lily Pons: A Centennial Portrait (Portland, Ore.: Amadeus Press, 1999), p. 105.

5. Christine Nilsson. From Louisa Lauw, Fourteen Years with Adelina Patti (Pennington, N.J.: La Scala Autographs, 1977), pp. 25-26.

6. Marcella Sembrich. From H. Goddard Owen, A Recollection of Marcella Sembrich (Bolton, N.Y.: Marcella Sembrich Memorial Association, 1950), pp. 17, 55-57.

7. Mary Garden. From Mary Garden and Louis Biancolli, Mary Garden's Story (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1951), pp. 25ff.

8. Lilli Lehmann. From Geraldine Farrar, Geraldine Farrar: The Story of an American Singer (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1916), pp. 61-62.

9. Marjorie Lawrence. From Marjorie Lawrence, Interrupted Melody: The Story of My Life (New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1949), p. 259.

10. Renata Tebaldi. From Victor Seroff, Renata Tebaldi: The Woman and the Diva (Freeport, N.Y.: Books for Libraries Press, 1970), p. 50

11. Luisa Tetrazzini. From Nigel Douglas, Legendary Voices (London: Andre Deutsch, 1992), pp. 233-34.

12. Rita Hunter. From Rita Hunter, Wait Till the Sun Shines, Nellie (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1986), p. 202.

13. Claudia Muzio. From Nigel Douglas, More Legendary Voices (London: Andre Deutsch, 1994), pp. 189-90.

14. Emma Albani. From Emma Albani, Forty Years of Song (New York: Arno Press, 1977), pp. 73-74.

15. Eileen Farrell. From Chapin, Sopranos, Mezzos, Tenors, Bassos, and Other Friends, pp. 61-62.

16. Grace Moore. From Lanfranco Rasponi, The Last Prima Donnas (New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1984), pp. 420-21.

17. Jenny Lind. From Edward Wagenknecht, Seven Daughters of the Theater (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1964), p. 36.

18. Emma Calvé. From Calvé, My Life, pp. 32-33. [End Page 523]

19. Henriette Sontag. From Francis Rogers, Some Famous Singers of the 19th Century (New York: Arno Press, 1977), pp. 74-75.

20. Geraldine Farrar. From Farrar, Geraldine Farrar: The Story of an American Singer, p. 12.

21. Nellie Melba. From Lawrence, Interrupted Melody: The Story of My Life, pp. 57-58.

22. Maria Jeritza. From Douglas, Legendary Voices, pp. 167-68.

23. Elisabeth Schumann. From Douglas, More Legendary Voices, p. 250.



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