Dame Nellie Melba

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Australian operatic soprano (1861-1931)

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She chaired the Victorian Orchestral Services Review and is currently on the Board of the St Vincent s Hospital Advisory Council, the Dame Nellie Melba Opera Trust and the Victorian College of the Arts Foundation.
PEACH MELBA AUSTRALIAN opera singer Dame Nellie Melba was an inspiration to chefs who created both dessert Peach Melba and Melba toast in honour of the famous soprano who died in 1931.
Dame Nellie Melba New Frontier (Aussie Heroes), 2010 ll7pp $14.
Her grandfather's tour diaries of England in 1930 contain lengthy entries of shows he saw, including a recital by Dame Nellie Melba.
Reserve Bank of Australia Dame Nellie Melba (1861-1931) World Reknown Soprano, Biographical Summary (http:// www.
The archive belongs to the Melba Memorial Conservatorium of Music in Melbourne which will close its doors as an independent teaching institution at the end of this year to become the Dame Nellie Melba Opera Trust.
It seems Lammonie was a world class flute player and became a musical advisor to Dame Nellie Melba.
Dame Nellie Melba was a celebrated Australian diva who famously in 1924 embarked on a seemingly unending series of "positively my last performance" appearances, each of them ending in a deluge of tears with vast bouquets being hurled from the auditorium into her arms and ample bosom.
Expert hands have kneaded generations of divas from Anna Pavlova and Dame Nellie Melba to Princess Margaret and Celine Dion.
He created it for Helen Mitchell, better known as Dame Nellie Melba.
What a beautiful day for Dame Nellie Melba to drop a choc-ice down her tights and say 'How's that for a knickerbocker glory?
Who has landed the role of famed opera singer Dame Nellie Melba in Downton Abbey?
tuesday beverley Soft ground didn't suit the Mark Johnston-trained DAME NELLIE MELBA (3.
PEACH MELBA (SERVES 4) Legend has it that Dame Nellie Melba, the legendary Australian soprano, lent her name this impromptu dessert, which had been thrown together by the great chef Escoffier in a fit of passionate expression, to celebrate the singer's performance of Wagner's Lohengrin.
She has made many recordings and provided the voice for the title role in a TV mini-series called Melba, about the great Australian soprano Dame Nellie Melba.