PHOTOGRAPH OF LILLI LEHMANN ; WITH SEPARATE AUTOGRAPHED SHEET [SIGNED]
by Lehmann, Lilli, 1848-1929 [subject]
1890. Black and white, full-length studio portrait photograph of Lilli Lehmann, 15 x 26.5 cm., embossed stamp dated "Berlin, 1890", fine condition but for slight creasing at top; Small lined sheet, 10 x 4 cm., with undated autograph, black ink, in fine condition; Together in frame, 28 x 46 cm. PC Consignment. Lilli Lehmann, born Elisabeth Maria Lehmann, later Elisabeth Maria Lehmann-Kalisch (24 November 1848 - 17 May 1929) was a German operatic soprano of phenomenal versatility. Lehmann sang in the first Bayreuth Festival in 1876, singing in the first complete performances of The Ring Cycle as Woglinde and Helmwige. She was also a voice teacher. Lehmann founded the International Summer Academy at the Mozarteum in Salzburg in 1916. The Lilli Lehmann Medal is awarded by the Mozarteum in her honour. Her voice can be heard on CD reissues of the recordings which she made prior to World War I. FP New Rockville Stock. (Inventory #: 15-480-1313744)
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