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Pauline Lauters- Gueymard by Reutlinger

Pauline Lauters- Gueymard by Reutlinger
PAULINE LAUTERS GUEYMARD
Mezzo-soprano (Brussels, 01 December 1834)-.
She sang at the Théâtre-Lyrique under the name of Ms. DELIGNE-LAUTERS. She debuted at the Opera on 12 January 1857 in IL TROVATORE (Azucena). She sang the sorceress in 1858. She created in 1859 HERCULANEUM (rie) of Félicien David; in 1859 ROMEO and Juliet (Juliet) by Bellini; in 1860 PIERRE DE MEDICI (Laura) of Prince Poniatowski. She then sang salle Le Peletier, where she sang for the first time on April 08, 1861 in LES HUGUENOTS (Valentine). She created in 1862 the Queen of Sheba (Balkis) of Gounod; in 1863 the MULE of PEDRO (Gilda) by Victor Massé; in 1864 ROLAND has RONCESVALLES (Alde) of Mermet; on March 11, 1867 DON CARLOS (Eboli) by Verdi; May 09, 1868 HAMLET (Queen) of Ambroise Thomas. January 10, 1873 the cup of the King of THULE (Myrrha) of Eugène Diaz of the Peña. It was the interpreter of IL TROVATORE (Leonora), ERCOLANO (Olympus) and ALCESTE (Alceste). At the Palais Garnier, it was displayed in LES HUGUENOTS (Valentine), LA FAVORITE (Leonor), DON JUAN (Elvire) and the Prophet (Fides).

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