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Mara, Gertrud Elisabeth, 1749-1833 National Library of Portugal ISNI-test Library of Congress/NACO National Library of France German National Library

Elisabeth Mara deutsche Opernsängerin Wikidata

VIAF ID: 5194963 (Personal)


ISNI-test: 0000  0000  8084  8538 

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Adieu thou lovely youth, a much admired song as sung, by Madam Mara, in the opera of Artaxerxes National Library of France
Ah che nel petto io sento : sung by Madam Mara with universal applause in the opera of Artaxerxes. Library of Congress/NACO
Ah se di te mi privi, duo chanté par Mmes Mara et Billington... avec accompagnement de piano National Library of France
Ah! will no change of clime Library of Congress/NACO
Angels ever bright & fair, sung by Mme Mara and Mrs Billington, [air à 1 v. & b. extrait de Theodora] National Library of France
Caro l'affanno mio Library of Congress/NACO
Erifile National Library of France
Göttliche Stimmen Lebensberichte berühmter Sängerinnen ; von Elisabeth Mara bis Maria Callas German National Library
Holy holy lord [air pr 1 v. & bc.], sung by Mme Mara... National Library of France
Hope told a flattering tale (Ah che nel petto io sento) Library of Congress/NACO
Hope told a flattering tale : introduced by Madam Mara at the King's Theatre Haymarket in the opera of Artaxerxes. Library of Congress/NACO
˜The œMarw'lous work behold amaz'd. A favorite air, sung by Mme Mara, in the oratorio of The Creation.... [Hob XXI, 2] National Library of France
Nel Erifile Cantato della Sig.a Mara ed'il Sig.r Babini // Scena Indi Duetto // Se il sangue mio tu chiedi // Del Sig.r Giuseppe Gazzaniga // Nel Nobilisimo Teatro di S. Samuele // L'auttunno // 1789 National Library of France
˜The œrecitativo, duet & songs, sung by Mme Mara, miss Cantelo, Miss Abrams, sigr. Fasca, sigr. Bartolini, sigr. Pacchierotti and Mr Harrison, at the Pantheon in commemoration of Handel selected from his Italian operas National Library of France
Say can you deny me Library of Congress/NACO
Se ti perdo o caro bene rondo National Library of Portugal
Usurpator innocente . National Library of Portugal
Where is this stupendous stranger, sung by Mme Mara, at the Ancient Concerts... [air pour 1 voix & instr] National Library of France

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