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Soprano Eleanor Steber graced the Metropolitan Opera stage between 1940 and 1966, singing 404 performances of 33 roles, including four Met Opera premieres and one world premiere. For ten years she was the most famous voice on the national radio/TV "Voice of Firestone." In this book the first all-American- trained opera and concert star tells the story of her life, in her own words, for the first time.
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Marcia Sloat was a friend of the diva for 40 years, and has written features for newspapers. She has been a music publicist and music reviewer.Review:
"Refreshing...The force of the Steber personality, with all its high spirits and open-hearted emotionalism, permeates her book." -- Richard Dyer, Boston Globe
"The book is as endearing as the singer, full of subjective enthusiasm and conveying the hectic round of a sought-after artist." -- Opera Magazine, U.K.
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Book Description Wordsworth, 1992. Hardcover. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0963417401
Book Description Wordsworth, 1992. Hardcover. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110963417401