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A prima donna's progress : the autobiography of Joan Sutherland.

Author: Joan Sutherland
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : Regnery Pub., ©1997.
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Joan Sutherland's voice remains one of the marvels of our century. Her liquid tone, astonishing trills, range and accuracy justly earned her the title 'La Stupenda', and led to standing ovations for her performances in all the major opera houses around the world. Now retired from singing but still busy judging, the most famous soprano of our time has at last written her autobiography, bringing to vivid life that  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Sutherland, Joan, 1926-2010.
Prima donna's progress.
Washington, D.C. : Regnery Pub., c1997
(OCoLC)756425136
Named Person: Joan Sutherland; Joan Sutherland; Joan Sutherland
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joan Sutherland
ISBN: 0895263742 9780895263742 0895263084 9780895263087
OCLC Number: 37806158
Notes: Includes index.
Description: x, 486 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Life in Australia and London, 1926-1961 --
The move to Switzerland and debuts at La Scala, San Francisco, and the Met, 1961-1965 --
The return to Australia and further tours in America and Japan, 1965-1975 --
Happy years with the Australian Opera and final performances, 1976-1997 --
List of performances.

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Joan Sutherland's voice remains one of the marvels of our century. Her liquid tone, astonishing trills, range and accuracy justly earned her the title 'La Stupenda', and led to standing ovations for her performances in all the major opera houses around the world. Now retired from singing but still busy judging, the most famous soprano of our time has at last written her autobiography, bringing to vivid life that remarkable career which spanned more than forty years. - Publisher.

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