|Title:||Forty Years of Song|
|Publisher:||Mills & Boon, Limited|
|Tags:||autobiography, music, non-fiction|
Albani's own account, profusely illustrated, of her sensational rise to international fame in the world of opera and oratorio. [Suggest a different description.]
Author Bio for Albani, Emma
Emma Albani (1847-1930) was a renowned Canadian soprano. Born Marie-Louise-Emma-Cécile Lajeunesse in Chambly, Quebec to a musical family, she was raised with rigorous musical training. Her family moved to New York and then to Europe to continue her training. She changed her name to Emma Albani which sounded more European. She had her singing debut in 1870 and over the next 40 years she performed as an opera soloist all across Europe achieving fame and recognition. Her book "Forty Years of Song" is a memoir which reminisces about her life and experiences. (Canadian Encyclopedia)
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