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  • Ljuba Welitsch - Wikipedia

    Lyuba Welitsch (Veličkova; Bulgarian: Люба Величкова, born 10 July 1913, Borissovo, Bulgaria - died 1 September 1996, Vienna, Austria) was a Bulgarian ...

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  • Ljuba Welitsch - IMDb

    Ljuba Welitsch, Actress: Helden. Ljuba Welitsch was born in Borissovo, Bulgaria on July 10, 1913. When her musical talents were discovered she moved to Sofia, where ...

  • Obituary: Ljuba Welitsch | The Independent

    After Donna Anna, in the person of the Bulgarian soprano Ljuba Welitsch, exploded on to Covent Garden stage on 20 September 1947 during the visit of the Vienna State ...

  • Ljuba Welitsch - Nimbus: NI7959 - 2 CDs | Presto Classical

    About. Ljuba Welitsch was a celebrated Bulgarian, later Austrian, operatic soprano. She studied singing at Sofia Conservatory with professor Georgi Zlatev-Cherkin.

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  • Ljuba Welitsch, 83, Is Dead; Soprano and Vivid 'Salome ...

    Ljuba Welitsch, flame-haired Bulgarian-born soprano whose career was highlighted by her debut at Metropolitan Opera in Salome in 1949, dies at 83; photo (M)

  • Ljuba Welitsch | Austrian opera singer |

    Ljuba Welitsch: Ljuba Welitsch, Bulgarian-born Austrian opera singer whose international career in the 1940s and ’50s was highlighted by her interpretation of the ...

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    Ljuba Welitsch was opera's first sex goddess - and one of the greatest singers ever, says Tim Ashley.

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