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I Must Admit The Non must admit the non arrangement of the chapters took some time to et used to In the book Nilsson mentions many of her colleagues in the operas which she performed from minor productions to major First published to wide acclaim in Sweden 1995 and in Germany 1997 the autobiography of opera legend Birgit Nilsson 1918 2005 is finally available in an English translation From her humble roots in rural Sweden to her artistic triumphs in Stockholm Bayreuth Milan and the
Metropolitan Opera House This Opera House this and utterly charming memoir reveals the personality behind one of the reat voices of the past century Gracefully weaving together the private and professional Nilsson chronicles her idyllic childhood in Vastra Karup the early recognition of her uniue natural
and her first tentative steps into wider artistic world After achieving national accla. For Returned it to the library after it
Abilities And Her First Tentative Steps Into
languished unfinished for a couple of months It started out strongly but reading about triumph after triumph ot unfinished for a couple of months It started out strongly but reading about triumph after triumph ot after a while Truly inspiring Should be reuired reading for music major. Recounted with a down to earth wit and an engagingly odd admixture of ego and selfeffacement She tells it all the legendary uips the often prickly relationships with Met impresario Rudolph Bing and conductor von Karajan the infamous story of the stalker Miss N and the touchingly rendered relationship with her beloved husband Bertil Niklasson What emerges from these pages is a diva in the old mold a iant voice matched by an
oversize personality a professional who expected the same level of perfection from others personality a professional who expected the same level of perfection from others she demanded of herself and a woman who loved and lived life with joy and ood humor and oh that voice Includes 56 photographs and a discography.
Birgit Nilsson ç 7 ReadNes less well known
singers to very well known singers admitIt Was Ofwas somewhat of very well known singers I admit it was somewhat of chore to read the numerous cast listings but I think I understand why she did it She loved her colleagues most of them at least and this was a way. Im in Verdi s Lady Macbeth she went on to establish herself as the dominant Wagnerian soprano of her Arabian Challenge generation appearing at the Bayreuth and Munich Festivals and the Vienna and Bavarian State Opera Houses creating along the way definitive performances of Sieglinde Brunnhilde and Isolde The book details her rise to international stardom with behind the scenes recollections of her phenomenal triumph as Turandot at La Scala in 1958 and her headline making Met premier in Tristan und Isolde the following year Nilsson s long and illustrious career she performed until 1984 her celebrated professional and personal relationships her friendships and rivalries are all.