Adams, Donald (b Bristol, 1928; d Norwich, 1996). Eng. bass. Prof. début as actor 1944, as singer 1951 (D'Oyly Carte Opera). Prin. bass D'Oyly Carte Co. 1953–69. Débuts: Amer. (Chicago) 1983; CG 1983; WNO 1984; ENO 1986; Glyndebourne 1988.
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