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Gabrielle Krauss by Reutlinger

Gabrielle Krauss by Reutlinger
MARIE GABRIELLE KRAUSS
(Vienna, 23 March 1842 - January 06, 1906)
Soprano
She was nicknamed "the Rachel singing". Begins on the night of the inauguration of the Palais Garnier on 05 January 1875 in both first act of LA JUIVE (Rachel). Sings DON JUAN (Anna, 1875), LES HUGUENOTS (Valentine, 1875), ROBERT LE DIABLE (Alice, 1876), du FREISCHÜTZ (Agathe, 1877), the African (Selika, 1877), FAUST (Marguerite, 1882) and SAPPHO (Sappho, 1884). Is the creator of Joan of ARC (Jeanne d'Arc), POLYEUCTE (Pauline), AIDA (Aida), Madonna (the Virgin), the tribute of ZAMORA (Hermosa), HENRY VIII (Catherine of Aragon), RIGOLETTO (Gilda) and Fatherland! (Dolores). retired in 1888.

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