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Marie Schröder by Erwin Hanfstaengl (2)

Marie Schröder by Erwin Hanfstaengl (2)
Marie Schröder (1848-1917); German soprano. She was a pupil of Pauline Viardot-Garcia.In 1867 she made her debut at the Théâtre-Lyrique as Agathe in Von Weber’s “Der Freischütz”. She remained at the Théâtre-Lyrique until 1870 when the French-German War broke out. For a short period she went to the Breslau Opera and from 1871 she was engaged by the Stutgart Opera. She made very succesful guest appearances at Vienna, Budapest, Munich, Riga and the Metropolitan Opera. From 1882-1887 she was “First Soprano” at the Frankfurt Opera. In 1887 she retired from the stage with a performance of Haydn’s “Die Jahreszeiten” and from then on worked as a voice teacher In Frankfurt am Main.
After her marriage in 1873 to the photographer Eduard Hanfstaengl, she continued her carreer as Marie Schröder-Hanfstaengl.

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