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Albert A. Berg (1872—1950)

Albert Abraham Michelson (1852—1931) American physicist

Albert Alexander Smith (1896—1940)

Albert Alvarez (1861—1933)

Albert Ammons (1907—1949)

Albert Anker (1831—1910)

Albert Arthur Dunstan (1882—1950)

Albert Arthur Purcell (1872—1935) trade unionist and socialist

Albert Arthur Toft (1862—1949) sculptor

Albert Augustus David (1867—1950) bishop of Liverpool and headmaster

Albert Augustus Gore (1840—1901) army medical officer

Albert Aurier (1865—1892)

Albert Aveline (1883—1968)

Albert Ayler (1936—1970)

Albert B. Lowenfels

Albert Ball (1896—1917) airman

Albert Ballin (1857—1918)

Albert Bandura

Albert Bassermann (1867—1952)

Albert Bathurst Piddington (1862—1945)

Albert BéGuin (1901—1957)

Albert Behaim (c. 1180—1260)

Albert Bein (1902—1963)

Albert Benzler (1867—1934)

Albert Berry


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1 (Massenet: Werther). Bar. [If the role of Werther is sung in the baritone version (see Werther), then Albert is sung by a tenor.] A young man engaged to Charlotte. After their marriage he suspects that Werther is in love with his wife. He lends Werther pistols, with which he kills himself. Created (1892) by Franz Neidl.

2 (Halévy: La Juive). Bass. Sergeant in the Emperor's army, friend of Prince Léopold. Created (1835) by Ferdinand Prévôt.

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