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Viking Opera Singer By Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers Funny People Rubber Stamp #45A  | eBay

Viking Opera Singer By Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers Funny People Rubber Stamp #45A

Viking Opera Singer By Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers Funny People Rubber Stamp #45A | eBay

Viking Opera Singer By Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers Funny People Rubber Stamp #45A  | eBay

Viking Opera Singer By Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers Funny People Rubber Stamp #45A

Viking Opera Singer By Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers Funny People Rubber Stamp #45A | eBay

African American opera singer Leontyne Price as Cleopatra, 1966/68.

Role: Cleopatra Singer: Leontyne Price Opera: Antony and Cleopatra (S. Barber) Leontyne Price as Cleopatra from Samuel Barber’s opera, based on Shakespeare’s tragedy.

Leontyne Price  (born 1927)  by Bradley Phillips (1929-1991).Regardless of their talents, African American singers were for years generally barred from performing with this country's more prestigious opera companies. In 1952, when audiences experienced the rich voice of Mississippi-born soprano Leontyne Price in a revival of Porgy and Bess, it became clear that this long-standing barrier would soon be breached.

Leontyne Price (born by Bradley Phillips of their talents, African American singers were for years generally barred from performing with this country's more prestigious opera companies. In when audiences experienced the r

The famous opera singer Marian Anderson in the 1920s. Great to see her as a fashionable young woman. Love the dress.

Marian Anderson, ca (vintage black glamour). Marian Anderson was an African-American contralto and one of the most celebrated singers of the twentieth century

Portrait of William Butler Yeats, 1908 by John Singer Sargent

John Singer Sargent’s gorgeous 1908 portrait of poet William Butler Yeats. Love that lock-of-hair-in-the-eye emo thing he’s got going.

Brian May: “As soon we realised Freddie was ill, we clustered around him like a protective shell. We were lying to everyone, even our own families, because he didn’t want the world intruding on his struggle. He used to say, ‘I don’t want people buying our f***ing records out of sympathy.’ We all became very close. We grew up a lot.” By the end of his life Mercury produced some of his best work since his early days and the legendary album “A Night At The Opera”. Roger Taylor: “It was tragic…

That was one, if not the, last song Freddie ever made :'( aw he looks so sickly.

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