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  • ISBN: 0585238383
  • ISBN13: 978-0585238388
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Lily Pons: A Centennial Portrait ePub download

I purchased this book to give to one of my vocal students. Lily Pons was a personal friend of mine for over 30 years. I started writing to her when I was in high school

I purchased this book to give to one of my vocal students. I started writing to her when I was in high school. When I moved to California, she invited me to her home in Palm Springs for a visit. I later saw and spent time with her as the years passed.

Alice Joséphine Pons (April 12, 1898 – February 13, 1976), known professionally as Lily Pons, was a French-American operatic soprano and actress who had an active career from the late 1920s through the early 1970s. As an opera singer she specialized. As an opera singer she specialized in the coloratura soprano repertoire and was particularly associated with the title roles in Lakmé and Lucia di Lammermoor

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Lily Pons : A Centennial Portrait. The popular opera star Lily Pons (1898-1976) was the reigning coloratura at the Metropolitan Opera from 1931 to 1959, and her career included several Hollywood films

Lily Pons : A Centennial Portrait. James a Drake; Kristin Beall Ludecke. The popular opera star Lily Pons (1898-1976) was the reigning coloratura at the Metropolitan Opera from 1931 to 1959, and her career included several Hollywood films. She was as beautiful and charming as she was talented - a combination that made her a true celebrity. This collection brings together the impressions of colleagues, critics and scholars about this much-beloved diva, with more than 100 rare photographs from Lily Pons' own archives, largely owned by Ludecke and her family.

The popular opera star Lily Pons (1898-1976) was the reigning coloratura at the Metropolitan Opera from 1931 to 1959 and her career included several Hollywood films. She was as beautiful and charming as she was talented a combination that made her a true celebrity.

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Lily Pons: A Centennial Portrait by James A. Drake English Ma. Drake English Mar. 1, 2003 ISBN: 1574670476 250 Pages EPUB . MB. She was as beautiful and charming as she was talented a combination that made her a true celebrity

Lily Pons was a French-American coloratura soprano and actress

Lily Pons was a French-American coloratura soprano and actress. Even though Pons had unimpressive credentials and a limited repertoire of only five opera roles, Zenatello and Gay persuaded Giulio Gatti-Casazza, manager of the Metropolitan Opera, to audition her. Another version of the story has it that Gay and Zenatello heard Pons in Gorostiaga's studio (arranged by the teacher) and were so impressed that they signed a management contract with her, and sent her to the United States to be heard by Gatti-Casazza. Her audition at the Met led to a five-year contract.