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Leontyne Price

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Leontyne Price anno 1994.

Leontyne Price (nata Mary Violet Leontyne Price 10 Februarii 1927) est supranus Americana. Quae, Laurel in oppido Mississippiae aevo segregationis phyleticae nata et educata,[1] claritatem internationalem annis 1950 et 1960 adepta est, ac prima fuit Afroamericana quae principalis actrix (prima domina) in Opera Metropolitana facta est, una e populo gratissimis suae aetatis cantricibus Americanis.[2][3][4]

Price partes Bess in Porgy and Bess agit.
Price anno 1951. Photographema a Carolo Van Vechten factum.
Price anno 1981.
Laeva ad dextram: Dana Gioia, praeses Dotationis Nationalis Artium, primam classem hominum honoratorum anno 2008 prosequitur: Price, Carlisle Floyd, Ricardum Geddes.
Price anno 1995.

Price Universitatem Civicam Mediam Wilberforce in oppidulo Ohii subsidio praebito frequentavit. Dum, a Paulo Robeson cantore adiuvata, Scholam Juilliardianam Novi Eboraci frequentavit, ubi Vergilius Thomson, compositor et criticus, eam conduxit ut in Four Saints in Three Acts in Broadway mense Aprili 1952 renovatura tria spatia septem dierum caneret.

Post eius ultimam exsecutionem operaticam, in Aida, quam in scaena Operae Metropolitanae anno 1985 habuit, rem televisione per Civitates Foederatas emissam, quidam criticus vocem Priceanam appellavit resonam,[5] in sublime latam,[6] et pretium[7] praeter margaritas.[8][9] Quam praeterea vocem Time, magazina late in America Septentrionali divulgata, appellavit: "feracem, flexibilem, fulgentem, quae, aetate florens a mezzo fumoso ad purum suprani aurum notae C altae perfecte netae, in sublime sine labore ferri poterat."[10][4]

Domicilium in Greenwich Village habuit.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Randye Jones, "Biographies: Leontyne Price (b. 1927)", Afrocentric Voices in "Classical" Music.
  2. "Price, Mary Violet Leontyne". Encyclopedia of African-American Culture and History. Encyclopedia.com .
  3. Garland 1985.
  4. 4.0 4.1 Walsh et Newman 1985.
  5. Anglice "vibrant," sed ad litteram 'vibrantem'.
  6. Anglice "soaring."
  7. Price, vocabulum Anglicum, nostra lingua pretium significare potest.
  8. Anglice "a Price beyond pearls."
  9. Henahan, Donal (4 Ianuarii 1985). "Opera: Leontyne Price's Final Stage Performance". The New York Times .
  10. Anglice "Rich, supple and shining, it was in its prime capable of effortless soaring from a smoky mezzo to the pure soprano gold of a perfectly spun high C."

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Libri[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Bing, Rudolf. 1972. 5,000 Nights at the Opera: The Memoirs of Sir Rudolf Bing. Novi Eboraci: Doubleday.
  • Davis, Peter G. 1997. The American Opera Singer. Novi Eboraci: Doubleday.
  • Davis, Peter G. 1999. The American Opera Singer: The Lives and Adventures of America's Great Singers in Opera and Concert from 1825 to the Present. Anchor Books.
  • Domingo, Plácido. 1983. My First Forty Years. Novi Eboraci: Alfred A. Knopf.
  • Heyman, Barbara B. 1992. Samuel Barber, The Composer and His Music. Oxford University Press.
  • LaBlanc, Michael L. 1992. Contemporary Black biography: Profiles from the international Black community. Detroiti: Gale Research Inc. ISBN 9781414435299.
  • Lyon, Hugh Lee. 2006. Leontyne Price: Highlights of a Prima Donna. Novi Eboraci: Authors Choice Press.
  • Matheopolous, Helena. 1992. Diva: Sopranos and Mezzo-sopranos Discuss Their Art. Northeastern University Press.
  • Pavarotti, Luciano, cum William Wright. 1981. Pavarotti, My Own Story. Novi Eboraci: Doubleday. ISBN 978-0-385-15340-9.
  • Rubin, Stephen. 1974. The New Met. Novi Eboraci: MacMillan.
  • Sargeant, Winthrop. 1973. Divas. Coward, McCann, Geohegan.
  • Steane, J. B. 1993. The Grand Tradition: Seventy Years of Singing on Record. Timber Press.
  • Story, Rosalyn M. 1990. "And So I Sing": African American Divas of Opera and Concert. Amistad.
  • Vaughan, Robert. 1986. Herbert von Karajan. Novi Eboraci: W. W. Norton & Company.
  • Vishneyskaya, Galina. 1985. Galina: A Russian Story. Harvest/HBJ Books.
  • Ward Plowden, Martha. 2002. Famous Firsts of Black Women. Ed. 2a. Gretna Ludovicianae: Pelican Publishing. ISBN 1565541979.
  • Warfield, William, cum Alton Miller. 1991. William Warfield: My Music and My Life. Sagamore Publishing.

Commentarii minores[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Blier, Stephen. 1996. "Time After Time." Opera News 61, no. 4 (October). Editio interretialis.
  • Garland, Phyl. 1985. "Leontyne Price: Getting Out At the Top. A prima donna assoluta says goodbye to the opera, will continue as concert singer." Ebony Magazine, Iunius. Editio interretialis.
  • Jackson, Robert. 1985. "Collard Greens and Caviar." Opera News 48, no. 1 (Iulius). Editio interretialis.
  • Myers, Eric. 2006. "Reunion: Justino Diaz." Opera News' 70, no. 9 (Martius). Editio interretialis.
  • Perkins, David. 1986. "The Garbo of Opera." News and Observer (Raleigh Carolinae Septentrionalis), 5 Octobris.
  • Walsh, Michael, et Nancy Newman. 1985. "Music: What Price Glory, Leontyne!" Time, 14 Ianuarii. Editio interretialis.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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