Florence Easton

FLORENCE EASTON was a popular English dramatic soprano in the early 20th century. She was known to be on of the most versatile singers of all time. She sang more than 100 parts, covering a wide range of styles and periods.

Florence Easton made more than 100 records in the 1920s and 30s. She recorded for Odeon, Aeolian-Vocalion and Brunswick. She embraced opera, operetta, sacred songs and popular ballads.








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A Banjo Song
Addio (Farewell)
Chanson Indoue (Song of India)
Connais-tu le pays? (Knowest Thou the Land)
Heart O'Mine
Might Lak' a Rose
My Laddie
Silent Night
Silent Night
Songs My Mother Taught Me
Still Wie Die Nacht (Calm as the Night)
Vissi d'arte (Love and Music)
Wagner: Siegfried (Excerpts from Act III)