Marilyn Horne

Marilyn Horne (born January 16, 1934, Bradford, Pennsylvania) is an American mezzo-soprano opera singer. She specialized in roles requiring a large sound, beauty of tone, excellent breath support, and the ability to execute difficult coloratura passages.

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Marilyn Horne - Works
... Marilyn Horne The Song Continues by Marilyn Horne and Jane Scovell, Baskerville Publishers ISBN 1-880909-71-5 Marilyn Horne My Life by Marilyn Horne and Jane Scovell, Atheneum Books ...
Grammy Award For Best Classical Vocal Solo - 1980s
... Ravel Songs of Maurice Ravel Grammy Awards of 1984 James Levine (conductor), Marilyn Horne, Leontyne Price the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra for Leontyne Price Marilyn Horne in Concert at the ...
Plácido Domingo Discography - Opera Recordings in Audio CD Format
... Chorus Melodram Cat GM60018 1966 Donizetti Anna Bolena Plácido Domingo, Elena Souliotis, Marilyn Horne, et al ... Cat 69576-2 Massenet La Navarraise Plácido Domingo, Sherrill Milnes, Marilyn Horne, et al ... Cat GL100527 1976 Verdi Aida Plácido Domingo, Marilyn Horne, Leontyne Price, et al ...
Semiramide - Recordings
... Orchestra Label 1965/66 Joan Sutherland, Marilyn Horne, Joseph Rouleau, John Serge Richard Bonynge, London Symphony Orchestra and the Ambrosian Opera Chorus CD Decca Cat 1980 ... Montserrat Caballé, Marilyn ...
Mike Renzi - Partial Discography
... Other Side of Sondheim (Atlantic, 1998 reissued as Jane Harvey Sings Sondheim, SSJ, 2010) Lena Horne Lena Horne The Lady and Her Music (Qwest/Warner Brothers, 1981) Lena Horne The Men in My Life (Three Cherries. 1990) Sylvia Syms You Must Believe in Spring The Words of Marilyn and Alan Bergman (Elba, 1992) Grady Tate Body and Soul (Milestone, 1993) Grady Tate All Love Grady Tate Sings (441 ...

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    You have to know exactly what you want out of your career. If you want to be a star, you don’t bother with other things.
    —Marilyn Horne (b. 1934)