Macintyre, Margaret, English soprano; b. in India, c. 1865; d. London, April 1943. She was a pupil of Garcia in London. In 1885 she made her operatic debut as Mozart’s Countess at St. George’s Hall in London, and then sang there at Covent Garden (1888–97). She also made appearances in Milan, St. Petersburg, and Moscow. Among her other roles were Donna Elvira, Elisabeth, Senta, and Sieglinde. She also created the role of Rebecca in Sullivan’s Ivanhoe(1891).
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