Lucrezia Bori

LUCREZIA BORI was a Spanish operatic singer, a lyric soprano and a tireless and effective fundraiser for the Metropolitan Opera. 

Her career at the Metropolitan Opera began in the summer of 1910 during the Met's first visit to Paris. On June 9 of that year she replaced a singer who had become ill in the role of Manon in Puccini's Manon Lescaut. On the opening night of the 1912-13 season, she made her debut with the Met in New York when she sang Manon opposite Enrico Caruso.

In 1915 she was forced to stop singing for a surgical operation to remove nodes on her vocal cords. Following a lengthy convalescence, she returned to the stage in 1921. During the course of her career with the Opera, she appeared a total of 654 times and sang the leading role in 39 operas.

 

 

 

 

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Addio del passato (Farewell to the Bright Visions)...
Adieu notre petite table (Farewell, Our Little Tab...
Ah! Ne fuis pas encore! (Act 2)
Barcarolle (Act 3)
Barcarolle (Act 3)
Boheme-Mi Chiamano Mimi; Aida-Celeste Aida
Ciribiribin
Ciribiribin
Clavelitos
Come, My Beloved
Connais Tu Le Pays? (Act 1)
Danza - Tarantella Naoplitana
El Jilguerito Con Pico De Oro
I Hear You Calling Me
I Know the Song of the Lark (Snegourotchka-Je conn...
In uomini, in soldati (Act 1)
Iris - In pure stille (life is Gaily Passing) (Act...
Jota (No. 4 from
Juliet's Waltz Song (Romeo et Juliette-Valse) (Act...
La Boheme:Act lV
La Violetera
Malaguena
Malaguenas (Malaga Love Lament)
Milonguita (My Little Troubadour)
Musetta's Waltz (Act 2)
Nina Pancha (Americana)
Nina Pancha (Americana)
Nozze Di Figaro - Giunse Al Fin Il Momento: Aria: ...
O soave fanciulla
O soave fanciulla (Act 1)
Patotero Sentimental
Piangi fanciulla (Act 2)
Sempre Libera; Recondita Armonia
Sequidilla (No. 2 from
Son pochi fiori (Here are Some Flow'rets)(Act 1)
The Little Damozel
Valse Di Musetta (Mussetta's Waltz) (Act 2)
Vedrai, carino (Act 2)