Zerbinetta, Part 1

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Date
unknown/unknown (Creation date: 1916)
Main contributor
MacWatters, Virginia, 1912-2005
Summary
Soprano Virginia MacWatters was known not only for her impressive operatic career during which she performed in opera houses throughout the United States, Europe, and South America, but also for her dedication to teaching. In 1957 she joined the voice faculty of the Indiana University School of Music where she remained until her retirement in 1982.  Zerbinetta is a piece from Ariadne auf Naxos, a German opera created by Richard Strauss in 1916. 
Contributor
Richard Strauss
Subjects
Voice teachers.; Sopranos (Singers).; Opera
Collection
Virginia MacWatters papers
Unit
University Archives
Language
German
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Notes
ADDITIONAL CITATION INFORMATION: 
[Item], Virginia MacWatters papers, Collection C352, Indiana University Archives, Bloomington. 
Text from container: "Test Record AT 2958-2. Zerbinetta Pt. 1 (Strauss) Virginia Mac Watters Tests to Dr. Bicknell Artists Dept. Hayes"
Other Identifiers
Other: GR00458839; Other: C352 Box 11; MDPI Barcode: 40000002813949

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