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Marchesi de Castrone (Graumann), Mathilde

Marchesi de Castrone [Graumann], Mathilde (b Frankfurt, 1821; d London, 1913). Ger. mezzo-soprano and teacher. Concert début, Frankfurt 1844. Sang in London, 1849. Made only one appearance in opera, in Bremen 1852 (Rosina in Il barbiere di Siviglia). Married It. bar. and teacher Salvatore Marchesi (1822–1908) in 1852. Prof. of singing Vienna Cons. 1854–61 and 1869–78, Cologne Cons. 1865–8. Taught at own sch. in Paris 1861–5 and from 1881. Wrote vocal method and 24 books of exercises. Pupils incl. Calvé, Eames, Melba, Klafsky, and Kurz.

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Marchesi, Mathilde

Mathilde Marchesi (mätēl´də märkā´zē), 1821–1913, German mezzo-soprano whose maiden name was Graumann; pupil of Manuel García. She was known especially as the teacher of such singers as Melba, Eames, and Calvé. Marchesi taught at the conservatories of Cologne and Vienna and in Paris.

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