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John Alexander

(1923—1990)


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(b Meridian, Miss., 1923; d Meridian, 1990).

Amer. tenor. Début 1952, Cincinnati Opera (Faust). Débuts: NY City Opera 1957; NY Met 1961; Vienna Opera 1968; CG 1970. Sang title‐role in f. Amer. p. of orig. Fr. vers. of Don Carlos, Boston 1973.

Subjects: Opera.


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