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Sperenza Engally by Reutlinger

Sperenza Engally by Reutlinger
SPERANZA ENGALLY
(Nadezhda Engallytschew)
1850-
Russian Mezzo Soprano
She was a russian singer who found notoriety, in Paris, ( the Italians, the Théâtre-Lyrique, Comique and Opera,) Singer who had her career mainly in Paris with short engagements at the Théâtre-Italien, Théâtre-Lyrique, Opéra-Comique (debut 1878) and the Grand Opéra (debut 1882 as Amneris in “Aïda”). In 1876 she created the role of Méala in Massé's "Paul et Virginie" and in 1880 the role of Simone in the opera "Jean de Nivelle" by Delibes.
She had her greatest success in 1876 at the Théâtre de la Gaîté as Marpha in the opera “Dimitri” by composer Victorien de Joncières.

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