Moser, Edda ( Elisabeth Moser) (b Berlin, 1938). Ger. soprano, daughter of Hans Joachim Moser. Début Berlin Städtische Oper 1962 (Kate Pinkerton in Madama Butterfly). Sang at Hagen and Bielefeld from 1964. Sang in f.p. of Henze's Das Floss der Medusa, Vienna 1971. Salzburg Easter Fest. début 1968; NY Met 1968; Salzburg Fest. 1970. Sang title-role in Matthus's Omphale, Cologne 1979.
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