Eileen Farrell

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United States operatic soprano noted for the clarity and power of her voice (1920-2002)


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To obtain the report, contact Eileen Farrell or Laurie Siggillino at 212-768-8777, e-mail Jewelersam@aol.
A native of North Carolina, she got her start as a rehearsal pianist in singers' studios in New York for people like Eileen Farrell, Robert Merrill, Beverly Sills and Ethel Merman.
2; Jacqueline du Pre sounding quite different in Schumann's Cello Concerto than in her reading with her husband, Daniel Barenboim; and Eileen Farrell and Jess Thomas starring in 80 minutes of positively thrilling, well-recorded scenes from Wagner's Gotterdammerung.
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In the meantime, Dixie played the piano in studios in New York for singers such as Eileen Farrell, Robert Merrill and Beverly Sills, building up her repertoire and establishing herself as a fine accompanist.
In addition, the collection includes correspondence from many of the twentieth century's major musical figures, such as Samuel Barber, John Barbirolli, Bernard Berenson, Ernest Bloch, Katherine Dunham, Eileen Farrell, Jascha Heifetz, Erich Leinsdorf, Lotte Lehmann, Gian Carlo Menotti, Dimitri Mitropoulos, Hans Moldenhauer, Pierre Monteux, Charles Munch, Andre Previn, Harold Schonberg, Andres Segovia, Nicolas Slonimsky, Leopold Stokowski, Arturo Toscanini, and many others.