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Willoughby Weiss
... He became one of the most celebrated bass singers of the 19th century, and sang in the premieres of many English works ... in an English Norma at the Princess's Theatre, London, opposite Adelaide Sartoris, saying 'he sang well and looked like a giraffe.' In 1845 he married Georgina Ansell Barrett ... Mme Georgina Weiss (1826–1880), a soprano, often sang with her husband, and made her stage debut at Drury Lane in 1847 ...
Gustav Neidlinger
... He debuted in 1931 at the Stadttheater in Mainz, where he sang until 1934 ... In Stuttgart, he sang in Igor Stravinsky's The Rake's Progress ... He also sang at the Grand Opéra Paris (1953–67) and at Covent Garden in London in tandem with the Stuttgart ensemble (1955, 1963 (Teleramund), 1965 (Albe ...
And The Band Played Waltzing Matilda - History
... Since the first person who performed sang two songs rather than just one, everyone who followed did the same ... Thus, Bogle also sang "Matilda", to great acclaim some expressed consternation when it did not win the competition ... She sang it at a festival in the south of England where June Tabor heard it and later recorded it ...
Mutaib Bin Abdullah - Commander of SANG
... On 17 November 2010, Mutaib bin Abdullah became the commander of SANG ... He conducted a major $ 3 billion reorganization of SANG to develop its firepower and artillery. 2012 that Prince Mutaib had some future plans to establish a body in SANG having female soldiers ...
Gay Kayler - A Blossoming Career
... Her mother sang and played piano, piano accordion and violin with her siblings in their father's band on the Darling Downs, Queensland, in the 1930s ... when, at the age of two-and-a-half, she captivated commuters on Sydney's trams and buses as she sang for them ... In the early 1950s, Gay sang on one of the first reel-to-reel tape recorders in Australia - as part of its demonstration at the Sydney Royal Easter Show ...

Famous quotes containing the word sang:

    You sang far better than you knew; the songs
    That for your listeners’ hungry hearts sufficed
    Still live,—but more than this to you belongs:
    You sang a race from wood and stone to Christ.
    James Weldon Johnson (1871–1938)

    I respect the ways of old folks, but the blood of a rooster or a goat cannot turn the seasons, change the course of the clouds and fill them up with water like bladders. The other night, at the ceremony for Legba, I danced and sang my fill: I am a black man, no? and I enjoyed it like a true Negro should. When the drums beat, I feel it in the pit of my stomach, I feel the itch in my hips and up and down my legs, I have got to join the party. But that is all.
    Jacques Roumain (1907–1945)

    I sang of death but had I known
    The many deaths one must have died
    Before he came to meet his own!
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)