Teschemacher, Margarete (b Cologne, 1903; d Bad Wiessee, 1959). Ger. soprano. Opera début Cologne 1923 (Ruth in d'Albert's Die toten Augen). Sang at Aachen 1925–7; Mannheim Opera 1928–31; Stuttgart 1931–4; Dresden 1935–46. Salzburg Fest. 1941. Created title-role in Daphne and was first Dresden Capriccio Countess. Joined Düsseldorf Opera 1947–52. CG début 1931. Admired in Strauss and as Jenůfa.
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