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Marchesi, Mathilde, 1821-1913

LC control 88000133
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LC classificationML423.M162 Biography
Personal name headingMarchesi, Mathilde, 1821-1913
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Variant(s)Marchesi, Mathilde Graumann, 1822-1913
Marchesi de Castrone, Mathilde, 1821-1913
Castrone, Mathilde Marchesi de, 1821-1913
Castrone-Marchesi, Mathilde de, 1821-1913
Graumann, Mathilde, 1821-1913
Associated countryGermany
Birth date1821-03-24
Death date1913-11-17
Place of birthFrankfurt am Main (Germany)
Place of deathLondon (England)
Profession or occupationMezzo-sopranos Voice teachers
Found inOCLC 15312975: Her Thirty vocalises for high or medium voice, 1941 (hdg.: Marchesi, Mathilde, 1821-1913; usage: Mathilde Marchesi)
LC in OCLC, 3-21-88 (hdg.: Marchesi, Mathilde Graumann, 1822-1913; usage: Mathilde Marchesi)
Baker's biog. dict. of musicians, c1984 (Marchesi de Castrone, Mathilde; née Graumann; famous German vocal teacher; b. Frankfurt 3-24-1821; d. London 11-17-13; married Italian baritone Salvatore Marchesi de Castrone in 1852)
Marchesi, M. L'art du chant, 1890?: t.p. (Mathilde de Castrone-Marchesi) p. vi, etc. (Mathilde Marchesi; Mathilde de Castrone Marchesi)
Oxford music online, August 24, 2015: Grove music online (under Marchesi: Mathilde (de Castrone) Marchesi (née Graumann); born March 24, 1821, Frankfurt, died November 17, 1913, London; German mezzo-soprano and teacher, wife of Salvatore Marchesi) New Grove dictionary of opera (born May 24, 1821)
Kutsch/Riemens. Grosses Sängerlexikon. 3. erw. Aufl. (Marchesi, Mathilde; born Mathilde Graumann, March 24, 1821, Frankfurt am Main, died November 17, 1913, London; mezzo-soprano and voice teacher)