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Mario Lanza
Marjorie Lawrence
Lotte Lehmann

Jenny Lind
George London

Christina Ludwig
Benjamin Luxon

Lotte Lehmann Photographic Print
Mario Lanza
Photographic Print

Mario Lanza
née Alfred Arnold Cocozza
b. 1-31-1921; Philadelphia, PA
d. 10-7-1959; Rome

Mario Lanza's tenor voice, good looks, and addictions were the recipe for fame and a brief career as a “new Caruso” and a “singing Clark Gable”.

Soprano Marjorie Lawrence Waiting in the Wings of the Metropolitan Opera House, Photographic Print, Eisenstaedt
Marjorie Lawrence,
Photographic Print,

Marjorie Lawrence
b. 2-7-1907; Australia
d. 1-13-1979; Arkansas

Soprano Marjorie Lawrence was striken with polio in 1941; her story was told on film in Interrupted Melody, 1955.

Lilli Lehmann, Great Opera Singers Recordings, 1906-1907
Lilli Lehmann, Great Opera Singers
Recordings, 1906-1907

Lilli Lehmann
b. 11-24-1848; Wurzburg, Germany
d. 5-17-1929; Berlin

Lilli Lehmann, considered one of the greatest Wagnerian singers of her day, sang at the first Bayreuth Festival (1876), singing in the first complete performances of The Ring Cycle as Woglinde and Helmwige.

She is also noted as a voice teacher: among her pupils were Geraldine Farrar and Olive Fremstad.

Lotte Lehmann Photographic Print
Lotte Lehmann
Photographic Print

Lotte Lehmann
b. 2-27-1888; Perleberg, Province of Brandenburg, Germany
d. 8-26-1976; Santa Barbara, CA

Lotte Lehmann was a soprano best remembered for her repertory of German work such as Richard Strauss' operas. She is a noted voice teacher, earned a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame and was a writer of poems, novels and a memoir. She also discovered the Trapp Family Singers who inspired The Sound of Music.

Jenny Lind, Soprano known as the Swedish Nightingale Giclee Print
Jenny Lind,
Giclee Print

Jenny Lind (née Johanna Maria)
b. 10-6-1820; Stockholm, Sweden
d. 11-2-1887; England

Jenny Lind, known as the “Swedish Nightingale” because of her voice, was also notable for her philanthropy.

Operatic Bass Baritone George London for the Role of Mephistopheles in Gounod's Opera "Faust", Photographic Print - Gordon Parks
George London
as Mephistopheles
Gounod's Opera “Faust”,
Photographic Print
Gordon Parks

George London
b. 5-30-1920; Montreal, Canada
d. 3-24-1985; New York

Bass-baritone George London performed both on the stage and recording.

Faust Opera poster
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The Very Best of Christa Ludwig
The Very Best
of Christa Ludwig

(no commercially
available image)

Christa Ludwig
b. 3-16-1928; Berlin, Germany

Christina Ludwig is a mezzo-soprano sang opera, Lieder, oratorio between the late 1940s to the early 1990s.

Mozart - Don Giovanni / Luxon, Dean, Goeke, Rawnsley, Branisteanu, Yakar, Gale, Haitink, Glyndebourne Opera (1977), DVD
Luxon in Mozart's
Don Giovanni /
Glyndebourne Opera
(1977), DVD

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available image)

Benjamin Luxon
b. 3-24-1937; United Kingdom

Baritone Benjamin Luxon performed especially as a concert-giver and recitalist with a broad repertoire, ranging from early music through Lieder to contemporary song, music hall and folk music.

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