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Lois Marshall - Operatic Recital (Vinyl, LP)

| 06.11.2019


  • Kajiran says:
    Despite being partially paralysed as the result of polio, the Canadian soprano Lois Marshall had a successful career, spanning more than 25 years, as a concert singer. She sang in the United.
  • Maugal says:
    Lois Catherine Marshall, CC was a Canadian soprano. Her husband, Weldon Kilburn, had been her early coach and piano accompanist.
  • Kajikinos says:
    Dec 26,  · Excerpts from a recital given by Canadian soprano Lois Marshall in at the National Arts Centre, Ottawa. Stuart Hamilton at the piano. Link to my Lois Ma.
  • Fauramar says:
    USA: The Metropolitan Opera Record Club, (USA) MO One mono LP with libretto booklet in original sleeve. There are some fine small marks to side 2 mostly confined to the last three tracks so some popping is expected, thus Good only in Good sleeve with 4" split to bottom edge.
  • Kajile says:
    Handel, George Frederick, Haydn, Franz Joseph, Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Anthony Bernard, Eduardo Pedrazzoli, Thomas Beecham, London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Lois Marshall - Lois Marshall - Handel · Haydn · Mozart ~ Oratorio and Operatic Arias - .
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  • Mazurisar says:
    Label: Radio Canada International - RM • Format: Vinyl LP • Country: Canada • Genre: Classical • Style: Romantic Maureen Forrester, Lois Marshall, Yehudi Wyner - Recital (Vinyl) | Discogs Explore.
  • Fenribei says:
    Marshall, Lois. Lois (Catherine) Marshall. Soprano, teacher, b Toronto 29 Jan , d Toronto 19 Feb ; Artist Diploma (Toronto) , honorary LL D (Toronto) , honorary LL D (Regina) , honorary L MUS (Western Ont Conservatory) , honorary D MUS (Mount Allison) she gave a memorable recital of operatic arias and duets.
  • Duzil says:
    Lois Catherine Marshall, gifted with a lovely voice and a very wide range, was Canada's leading soprano, then, with Maureen Forrester, one of its two best mezzo-sopranos.. She was stricken by polio when she was two years old, and survived with permanent partial paralysis of her legs.

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