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Karoline von Gompertz-Bettelheim by Miethke & Wawra

Karoline von Gompertz-Bettelheim by Miethke & Wawra
Karoline von Gompertz-Bettelheim (1845-1925); Hungarian mezzo-soprano/contralto.
In 1861 she made her debut as Priestess in Gluck’s “Iphigenie auf Tauris” at Vienna. She was one of the leading singers at the Vienna “Hofoper” but she had a very short career. In 1867 she married businessman Julius Ritter von Gompertz and retired from the stage. She continued singing at concerts in London, Frankfurt a.M., Leipzig, Aachen and Vienna. She was a famous interpretor of the “Lieder” of Johannes Brahms.

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