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Subject: November 17, 2006
From: Walter Lonis <[log in to unmask]>
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November 17, 2006

                              BIRTHDAY – SINGER
Boatwright, Helen [née Strassburger] (s) U.S. b. Sheboygan, WI., Nov. 17,
1916; has taught at Connecticut College, the Eastman School of Music, the
Peabody institute, Syracuse University and most recent, Cornell University.

Campanari, Giuseppe (b) (1855-61-1927) It.  (71) b. Venice, Nov. 17, 1855;
d. Milan, May 31, 1927:  MET: Début Nov. 30, 1894 [Di Luna] Il Trovatore
(1894-1904, 06, 07-10, 12) 499 perf., 24 works. 

Caron, Rose [Lucille] (s) (1857-1930) Fr. (72) b. Monerville, Nov. 17, 1857;
d. Paris, Apr. 30, 1930;  

Chalia, Rosalia (s) (1864-1948) Cuban. (84) b. Havana, Nov. 17, 1864; d.
Havana, Nov. 16. 1948: She made about 25 recordings between (1898-1912).
MET: Début: Dec. 17, 1898 [Santuzza] Cavalleria Rusticana (1898, 02) 2
perf., 2 works.

d'Angelis, Nazzareno (bs) (1881-1962) It. (81) b. Aquila, Nov. 17, 1881; d.
Rome, Dec. 14, 1962; 

Gentile, Maria (s) (1902-1993) It. (90) b. Catania, Nov. 17, 1902; d. May
18, 1993: Debut [Gilda] Rigoletto (1924).

Lazzari, Agostino (t) (1919-1981) It. (61) b. Genoa, Nov. 17, 1919; d. Jan.
1, 1981:

Sjostedt, Margarete [aka. Margareta Sjöstedt-Kraus] (ms) Swed. b. Stockholm,
Nov. 17, 1928;  

                             OPERA - COMPOSER 
AMRAM: David (Werner, III) (opera/com) U.S. b. Philadelphia, Nov. 17, 1930:
OPERA: (1965) “The Final Ingredient” (1968) “12th Night”

                             OPERA - CONDUCTOR
Curtis, Alan (con/musicologist/opera) U.S. b. Mason, MI, Nov. 17, 1934;
studied at the U of Illinois.

                                 PERFORMANCE
(1874) NEW YORK: 1st U.S. Verdi’s Requiem: w/ Annie Louise Cary, (c)
(1841-1921) U.S.

(1916) LONDON: Opening, Hammerstein's, London Opera House:  Nouguèes: Quo Vadis.

                                    DÉBUT
MET:  (1951) Mildred Miller (ms) U.S. Mozart: [Cherubino] Le Nozze di Figaro.

                                   PREMIER
BEESON: (1978) New York: "Dr. Heidegger's Fountain of Youth"  

                         ANSWER TO YESTERDAY’S QUESTION
Rimsky-Korsakov’s Le Coq d’or, has a special gift, can you name the gift
from the list below, without looking for the answer?

a. She can become invisible.
b. She has the gift of prophecy.
c. She has a large diamond.
d. She found the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
e. She can sing opera.
f. None of the above. 

ANSWER: b. She has the gift of prophecy.

wlonis

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