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Famous opera singers, vocalists ~

Giuditta Pasta
Adelina Patti
Luciano Pavarotti
Roberta Peters

Ezio Pinza
Lily Pons
Rosa Ponselle

Lucia Popp
Hermann Prey
Leontyne Price


Giuditta Pasta, Italian Opera Singer, Giclee Print
Giuditta Pasta,
Italian Opera Singer,
Giclee Print

Giuditta Pasta
b. 10-26-1797; Saronno, Italy
d. 4-1-1865; Italy

Soprano Giuditta Pasta is considered among the greatest of opera singers. She created the title role in Gaetano Donizetti's Anna Bolena and Amina in Vincenzo Bellini's La sonnambula and Norma.

Pasta was also a teacher.


Adelina Patti in 1881, at the Height of Her Forty Year Career as a Top International Opera Singer, Giclee Print
Adelina Patti
in 1881,
Giclee Print

Adelina Patti
b. 2-10-1843; Madrid, Spain
d. 9-27-1919; Wales; buried in Paris

Adelina Patti, one of the most celebrated opera sopranos of the 19th century, was the child of opera singers. She began singing professionally at age 16 and had a forty year career.

Singer Patti Lupone, star of the stage musical “Evita”, is a great-grand niece and namesake.

Adelina Patti singing Thomas Moore's The Last Rose of Summer
Internet Archive

FYI ~ Opera soprano Sissieretta Jones was known as the “Black Patti” in reference to the Italian singer Adelina Patti.


Luciano Pavarotti Photo
Luciano Pavarotti Photo

Luciano Pavarotti
b. 10-12-1935; Modena, Italy
d. 9-6-2007; Modena (pancreatic cancer)

Pavarotti was awarded the 2001 Nansen Refuge Award for his fundraising for the UN High Commission for Refugees work.

Luciano Pavrotti: The Best (Farewell Tour) Audio CD


Opera Singer Roberta Peters Balancing Her Trainer, Joseph Pilates, on Her Operatic Breadbasket, Photographic Print
Opera Singer Roberta Peters Balancing Her Trainer, Joseph Pilates, on Her Operatic Breadbasket, Photographic Print

Roberta Peters
b. 5-4-1930; Bronx, NY

Coloratura soprano Roberta Peters, a favorite of audiences and a great proponent of opera for the masses, had a 35-year association with the Metropolitan Opera Company in New York. She was awarded the National Medal of Arts in 1998.


Basso Ezio Pinza Being Fitted for a Wig Backstage at the Metropolitan Opera House, Photographic Print
Basso Ezio Pinza
Photographic Print

Ezio Pinza
b. 5-18-1892; Rome, Italy
d. 5-9-1957; Connecticut

Bass opera singer Ezio Pinza sang on Broadway in the musical South Pacific after a long career on the opera stage.

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Opera Singer Lily Pons is Assisted with Puttling on Fur Coat by Beau, Conductor Andre Kostelanetz, Photographic Print
Lily Pons
Photographic Print

Lily Pons
b. 4-12-1898; Draguignan near Cannes, France
d. 2-13-1976; Dallas, TX (pancreatic cancer)

Lily Pons was an operatic soprano and actress whose active career was from the late 1920s through the early 1970s.


Rosa Ponsell, Print
Rosa Ponsell,
Print

Rosa Ponselle
b. 1-22-1897; Meriden, Connecticut
d. 5-25-1981; Maryland

Singer Rosa Ponselle is considered on the greatest operatic sopranos of the past 100 years. Ponselle sang mainly at the New York Metropolitan Opera.


The Very Best of Lucia Popp, CD
The Very Best of
Lucia Popp, CD

(no commercially
available image)

Lucia Popp, née Poppová
b. 11-12-1939; now Slovakia
d. 11-16-1993; Munich (brain cancer)

Operatic soprano Lucia Popp was also known as a lieder and recitalist singer.


The Singers: Hermann Prey, CD
Hermann Prey
The Singers, CD

(no commercially
available image)

Hermann Prey
b. 7-11-1929; Berlin, Germany
d. 7-22- 1998; Bavaria

Baritone Hermann Prey is most famous for lieder and light comedic roles in opera.


Leontyne Price, American Opera Singer, 1979, Photographic Print
Leontyne Price, American Opera Singer, 1979, Photographic Print

Leontyne Price
b. 2-10-1927; Laurel, Mississippi

Soprano Leontyne Price is especially known for her role in Verdi's Aida. She also sang the part of Bess in George Gershwin's opera Porgy & Bess.


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