'Susanna' can also refer to...

Eleanora Mary Susanna Vynne (1857—1914) journalist and political activist

Frances Susanna Parks (1794—1875) author

Il Segreto di Susanna

Journals of Susanna Moodie

Lady Susanna Keck (1706—1755) political manager

Maria Susanna Cooper (1737—1807) writer and poet

Maria Susanna Cummins (1827—1866)

Oh Susanna (b. 1969)

St Susanna



Susanna And The Magical Orchestra

Susanna Bede Caroselli

Susanna Blamire (1747—1794) poet

Susanna Centlivre (c. 1667—1723) playwright and actress

Susanna Clarke (b. 1959)

Susanna Corder (1787—1864) biographer

Susanna Drury (c. 1698—1775) landscape painter

Susanna Duncombe (1725—1812) artist and poet

Susanna Egri (1926)

Susanna Facci Calì

Susanna Foster (b. 1924)

Susanna Genedani

Susanna Goodin

Susanna Greijer

Susanna Gretz (b. 1937)

Susanna Hawkins (1787—1868) poet

Susanna Highmore (1690—1750) poet

Susanna Hoffs (b. 1959)


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Oratorio (1749) by Handel to an anonymous biblical text.

Subjects: Music.

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