Flagstad


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 (flăg′stăd′, fläg′städ′), Kirsten Malfrid 1895-1962.
Norwegian operatic soprano known for her performances as Wagnerian heroines.

Flagstad

(ˈflæɡstæd; Norwegian ˈflaksta)
n
(Biography) Kirsten (ˈçirstən). 1895–1962, Norwegian operatic soprano, noted particularly for her interpretations of Wagner

Flag•stad

(ˈflæg stæd)

n.
Kirsten Marie, 1895–1962, Norwegian soprano.
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His songs were sung by the likes of Jussi Bjoerling and Kirsten Flagstad, and the single song included on this disk, "Elegy," is a tantalizing glimpse that leaves us hungry to hear more from this elusive and largely forgotten figure.
Danish brand Tonsure was created by Malte Flagstad, a graduate of Central Saint Martins and former designer for Martin Margiela.
With confidence in his new vision Bing announced in a press conference in February 1950 that the Met would be welcoming the return of Wagnerian soprano Kirsten Flagstad. Because of Flagstad's purported connection to the Third Reich in Germany during the Second World War, many were outraged and loudly objected.
Flagstad, "Myasthenia in dogs," Tijdschrift voor diergeneeskunde, pp.
(34.) Roed KH, Flagstad O, Nieminen M, Holand O, Dwyer MJ, Rov N, et al.
Let's not forget that these miraculous creations were premiered in London in 1950 by one of the greatest-ever Brunnhildes, Kirsten Flagstad.
Roed, K.H, Bjornstad, G, Flagstad, 0, Haanes, H, Hufthammer, A.K, Jordhoy, P, and Rosvold, J.
Hedmark E, Flagstad O, Segerstrom P, Persson J, Landa A, Ellegren H.
It then started to recover its former numbers and distribution (Flagstad et al.