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Dvořáková, Ludmila (<i>born</i> 1923), soprano

Alan Blyth

in Grove Music Online

Volume Grove Music Online - The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, issue Published in print December 1992 |
Published online January 2001 | e-ISBN: 9781561592630

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(b Kolín, 11 July 1923). Czech soprano. She studied in Prague, making her début in 1949 at Ostrava as Kát’a, then singing Jenůfa, Rusalka, Countess Almaviva, Aida and Leonora (Il trovatore). She moved to Bratislava (1952), then to Prague (1954), gradually undertaking heavier parts: Milada (Dalibor), Elisabeth, Leonore (Fidelio) and Senta. In 1960 she joined the Berlin Staatsoper, where she sang Octavian, Ariadne, Brünnhilde, Venus,

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