Renata Tebaldi

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Italian operatic soprano (born in 1922)


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Renata Tebaldi, an Italian soprano who was one of the biggest stars at New York's Metropolitan Opera and Italy's La Scala, has died aged 82.
TOP Italian soprano Renata Tebaldi died yesterday, aged 82.
8-9), his book is an apologia--against Giovanni Battista Meneghini, Renata Tebaldi, Rudolf Bing, Luchino Visconti, Evangelia Callas, Aristotle Onassis, or whoever is at issue.
In between you'll sample the imperishable gifts of such greats as Maria Callas and Magda Olivero (both in Tosca) as well as Joan Sutherland, Leontyne Price, Rosa Ponselle (in her hilarious MGM screen test), Kirsten Flagstad, and Renata Tebaldi, who, with the help of Jussi Bjorling, feasts on Act I of La Boheme (you won't believe how Puccini transforms two unprepossessing middle-aged people into the world's most ardent young lovers).
With all those new feelings and everything - studying Homer and Virgil, swept away by Renata Tebaldi singing from "La Traviata," looking for my place in the world - I could not get very excited about a piece of fruit on a tree.
This is without a doubt the Madama Butterfly to own above all others, though an earlier Decca recording with Renata Tebaldi, Bergonzi again and Tullio Serafin conducting comes fairly close.
He certainly was persuasive:Joan Sutherland, Marilyn Home, Regina Resnik, Renata Tebaldi and Placido Domingo were among the more renowned to appear in Vancouver during Guttman's tenure.
She died in 1977, the acclaimed La Divina, Prima Donna Absoluta, tormentor of Renata Tebaldi, one-time mistress of Aristotle Onassis who rejected her to marry Jacqueline Kennedy, the fiery temperament of the gossip colu mns, but according to Galatopoulos, a shy and very private woman.