Eileen Farrell


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Noun1.Eileen Farrell - United States operatic soprano noted for the clarity and power of her voice (1920-2002)
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LH: Years ago, I went to Avery Fisher Hall and heard Eileen Farrell sing the "Immolation Scene.
She founded the Eileen Farrell fan club by writing to admirers of the soprano throughout the country and gathering memorabilia related to her career.
Deborah Zuke Smith, founder of zuketunes LLC, is a vocal and artist coach who has studied with Eileen Farrell and Marty Lawrence, and is a certified Brett Manning Associate.
That fine soprano, Christine Brewer, sings a programme of encores sung by past songsters, Echoes of Nightingales the programme is titled, recalling Flagsted, Treubel, Steber and Eileen Farrell.
Over more than half a century, Barrett managed the careers of such talent as Joseph Szigeti, Carlos Chavez, Ralph Kirkpatrick, Zara Nelsova, the American Opera Society, Wilhelm Backhaus, Eileen Farrell, the Negro Ensemble Company, Martha Argerich, the Little Orches tra Society, Michael Tippett, Grace Bumbry, John Houseman's Acting Company, Tatiana Troyanos, Kenneth Schermerhorn, Ravi Shankar and hundreds more.
A native of North Carolina, she got her start as a rehearsal pianist in singers' studios in New York for people like Eileen Farrell, Robert Merrill, Beverly Sills and Ethel Merman.
2; Jacqueline du Pre sounding quite different in Schumann's Cello Concerto than in her reading with her husband, Daniel Barenboim; and Eileen Farrell and Jess Thomas starring in 80 minutes of positively thrilling, well-recorded scenes from Wagner's Gotterdammerung.