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  • Fedora Barbieri - Wikipedia

    Fedora Barbieri (4 June 1920 – 4 March 2003) was an Italian mezzo-soprano. Barbieri was born in Trieste. She made her official debut in Florence in 1940, but ...

  • Fedora Barbieri Discography at Discogs

    Complete your Fedora Barbieri record collection. Discover Fedora Barbieri's full discography. Shop new and used Vinyl and CDs.

  • Fedora Barbieri | Biography & History | AllMusic

    Find Fedora Barbieri biography and history on AllMusic - Billed as mezzo-soprano during her career, Fedora…

  • Fedora Barbieri — Free listening, videos, concerts, stats ... Barbieri

    Watch videos & listen free to Fedora Barbieri: Il Trovatore (1997 - Remaster), Act II Scene One: Stride la vampa! (Azucena) and Il Trovatore (1997 - Remaster), Act II ...

  • Fedora Barbieri - IMDb

    Fedora Barbieri, Actress: Cavalleria rusticana. Fedora Barbieri was born on June 4, 1920 in Trieste, Italy. She was an actress, known for Cavalleria rusticana (1982 ...

  • Fedora Barbieri: Stride la vampa ! - YouTube

    from il trovatore di verdi, recorded in 1956 manrico: giuseppe di stefano leonora: maria callas conte di luna: rolando panerai azucena : fedora barbieri ...

  • Obituary: Fedora Barbieri | Global | The Guardian

    Fedora Barbieri, who has died aged 82, was one of the most celebrated Italian mezzo-sopranos of the postwar era.

  • Fedora Barbieri - Telegraph

    Fedora Barbieri, the Italian singer who has died aged 82, was in demand in all the major opera houses during the early post-war era for her portrayals of ...

  • Fedora Barbieri (mezzo-soprano) on CD, DVD, Blu-ray ...

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  • Project MUSE - Reverenza! Fedora Barbieri, 1920-2003

    Fedora Barbieri liked to claim her career began "come una colpa di cannone." She was not exaggerating. On 4 November 1940—four months after her twentieth birthday ...

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