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10 Series Editors Andrew Farkas William R. Moran Page 2 I feel certain that there was a Golden Age of Singing, for I lived it. Abresch. Courtesy Metropolitan Opera Archives. Page 3 My Golden Age of Singing by Frieda Hempel Annotated by William R. Moran With a Prologue and Epilogue by Elizabeth Johnston Page 4 For Elizabeth Johnston in appreciation of her courage and perseverance. " An autobiography in German by Frieda Hempel entitled Mein Leben dem Gesang was published in 1955 by Argon Verlag, GmbH, in Berlin.
I wish to thank Professor Henig for his invaluable assistance, and Michael Aspinall for having smoothed the way for me in this important endeavor. I also thank Charlotte Schladitz of Berlin for her excellent work and Eddie Ruhl, who provided me with important information and contributed the handwritten Jenny Lind concert schedule. I would sincerely thank Elaine Barbee for having so faithfully guarded Frieda Hempel's original manuscript for thirty-five years. Finally I am exceedingly grateful to my dear friend Joan Beadling for her constant support and encouragement.
We cannot hear the voices of a Schumann-Heink, Nordica, Melba, Eames, Sembrich, Calvé, or Tamagno as they were at the start of their careers, but we have some idea how they sounded in their maturity, and can learn much about their vocal quality, musicianship, artistry, and singing style and techniques. Today most of these voices are instantly recognizable from their recorded legacy, even if their sound is preserved by primitive technology. How much better to have this, at least, than never to have any direct impression of voices, the sad truth about the famous singers of the pre-phonograph era.
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