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Lillian Bayard Norton - Nordica, The Yankee Diva, 1857 - 1914

Lillian Bayard Norton - Nordica, The Yankee Diva, 1857 - 1914

Performer: Lillian Bayard Norton
Title: Nordica, The Yankee Diva, 1857 - 1914
Cat#: AG4267
Country: US
Label: Acoustographic Records
Size MP3 version: 2120 mb
Size FLAC version: 2655 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 736
Genre: Classical

Lillian Bayard Norton - Nordica, The Yankee Diva, 1857 - 1914


Tracklist

1Serenade (Richard Strauss, Op. 17 #2)
2From the Land of the Sky-Blue Water (C.W. Cadman, Op. 45 #1)
3Mandoline (Verlaine-C. Debussy)
4Die Walkure: Ho-jo-to-ho! (Wagner)
5Annie Laurie (W. Douglas-Lady J. Scott)
6Damon: As I roamed the woods at leisure, Max Strange, Op. 13 #1
7Tristan und Isolde: Mile und Leise (Liebestolle)(Wagner)
8Il Trovatore: Tacea la Notte (Verdi)
9Mighty Lak'a Rose (E. Nevin)
10Il Trovatore: Miserere (Verdi) with Marcello Reseninil, Tenor
11Mignon: ...lo son Titania (Recitative & Polonaise) (Thomas)
12Hunyadi: Laszlo: Nagy eg, mitakar mit akar velok akiraly? (Erkel)
13Salvator Rosa: Mia Piccirella (Gomez)
14La Gioconda: Suicidio! (Ponchielli)

Album

Lillian Nordica December 12, 1857 May 10, 1914 was an American opera singer who had a major stage career in Europe and her native country. Nordica established herself as one of the foremost dramatic sopranos of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. She had a powerful yet flexible voice and the ability to perform an unusually wide range of roles in the German, French and Italian operatic repertoires. Lillian Bayard Norton in FamilySearch Family Tree. Lillian Bayard Norton. Collection: FamilySearch Family Tree. Lillian Nordica, born Lillian Allen Norton, was an American opera singer who had a major stage career in Europe and her native country. Nordica established herself as one of the foremost dramatic sopranos of the late 19th century and early 20th century due to the high quality of her powerful yet flexible voice and her ability to perform an unusually wide range of roles in the German, French and Italian operatic repertoires. Lillian Nordica 1857 1914 was an American opera singer who had a major stage career in Europe and her native country. Nordica possessed an extremely big, agile and pure-toned soprano voice which she was prepared to use unstintingly. Nordica, Lillian 18571914American mezzo-soprano. Born Lillian Norton in Farmington, Maine, on December 12, 1857 died after a shipwreck in Batavia, Java, on May 10, 1914 youngest of six children of Edwin Norton a photographer and Amanda Elizabeth Allen Norton graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music, 1876 married her second cousin Fre Source for information on Nordica, Lillian 18571914: Women in World History: A Biographical Encyclopedia dictionary. Genre: Classical. Performer: Lillian Bayard Norton. Title: Nordica, The Yankee Diva, 1857 - 1914. MP3 album size: 1726 mb. FLAC APE album size: 1631 mb. WMA album size . Originally Lillian Norton, born May 12, 1857 in Farmington, Maine, she studied at the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. She gave her first concerts at the age of seventeen. In 1877-78 she travelled with an opera troupe through the United States, England, and on the Nordica, Self: President Taft at San Francisco. Lillian Nordica was born on December 12, 1857 in Farmington, Maine, USA as Lillian Bayard Norton. She was married to George Washington Young banker, Zoltan F. Doeme Hungarian tenor and Frederick Allen Gower journalist and inventor. She died on May 10, 1914 in Cirebon, West Java, Indonesia. Lillian Nordica 18571914. Add or change photo on IMDbPro . Lillian Nordica 1857 - 1914 was an American opera singer who had a major stage career in Europe and her native country. However, her successful operatic career contrasted with her disastrous personal life. Nordica wed and divorced three times. NORDICA, LILLIAN. Sold for US 24,400 RUB 1,593,905 inc. Fine Books and Manuscripts. 15 Feb 2009, 9:00 PST. Lillian Nordica was already a world famous soprano when she met New York banker, George W. Their affair began in 1903 when Nordica was still married to tenor, Zoltan Doeme. Nordica and Young married in 1909 in London. The tour continued, with the ailing diva receiving extravagant receptions across the Pacific, but Nordicas health declined and she died of pneumonia on May 10, 1914. The settlement of Nordicas estate proved scandalous, inciting lengthy legal battles between Young and Nordicas sisters. Life and career. She was born Lillian Allen Norton in a small Cape Cod style farmhouse built by her grandfather on a hill in Farmington, Maine. The Nordica stage name was bestowed by an Italian maestro at the beginning of her operatic career