Dated May 7, 64. Ca. 92 x 186 mm.
Creased at upper left corner; various handstamps; minor annotation in blue ink to verso.
Lucine Amara is an American soprano of Armenian descent. "At the Metropolitan she made her début (1950) as the Heavenly Voice (Don Carlos). By her 25th anniversary performance there, as Micaela, she had sung 41 roles in 35 operas, with regular appearances as Leonora (Il trovatore), Aida, Butterfly, Mimì, Donna Anna, Pamina, Antonia, Tatyana, Gluck’s Eurydice, Nedda and Ellen Orford; she later sang Mother Marie there (1987). At Glyndebourne (1954–8), she sang Ariadne and Donna Elvira. Her voice was clear, cool and refined in timbre and used with sure musicianship... " Alan Blyth in Grove Music Online. Item #23729
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