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Metropolitan Opera artists and staff in Atlanta in 1923: seated are Rosa Ponselle, Antonio Scotti, assistant general manager Edward Ziegler (partly hidden), conductor Giuseppe Bamboshek, Edith Prilik (Ponselle’s secretary), Léon Rothier, conductor Carlo Edwards, unidentified, conductor Gennaro Papi, Giuseppe Danise and Lucrezia Bori; standing are Giovanni Martinelli and conductor Wilfrid Pelletier.
Francis Robinson Collection/OPERA NEWS Archives
In Rosa Ponselle's posthumously published autobiography, A Singer's Life, the diva reminisced about her days on the Metropolitan Opera's spring tour, writing with special fondness about the company's ...
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