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Tony Hadley, c2010. Creator: Brian Foskett Featured Print

Tony Hadley, c2010. Creator: Brian Foskett

Tony Hadley, c2010. Lead singer of the New Romantic band Spandau Ballet who launched a solo career following the group's split in 1990

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Scene from the new opera of 'Maritana', at Drury Lane Theatre, 1845 Featured Print

Scene from the new opera of "Maritana", at Drury Lane Theatre, 1845

Scene from the new opera of "Maritana", at Drury Lane Theatre, 1845. London stage production of an opera by William Vincent Wallace. Three times have we heard this new work...and on each occasion have the ovations been much the same, namely seven or eight encores, great applause for the composer at the termination of every act, and his appearance before the curtain vehemently insisted upon after the finale, the same compliment being extended to the principal singers...There has been no opera produced for years that has created a greater sensation....and on all hands it is agreed that Mr. Wallace is destined to occupy a most prominent position amongst our native musicians...The libretto has been avowedly adapted by the author from the French drama by Dumaniois and Dennery, of "Don Caesar de Bazan". From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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Jenny Lind, the celebrated Swedish vocalist, 1845. Creator: Smyth Featured Print

Jenny Lind, the celebrated Swedish vocalist, 1845. Creator: Smyth

Jenny Lind, the celebrated Swedish vocalist, 1845. Portrait of the singer: Jenny Lind has a voice of extraordinary compass, the only defect in which is a deficiency of volume in the medium portion of the register. Her upper notes are delicious, as clear as a bell, and she warbles with the facility of a nightingale. Whilst her execution is of the most brilliant kind, nothing can approach the exquisite propriety and aptness of her cadenzas; they always come in at the happy moment; she never sacrifices sense to sound...Her shake is perfect - truly marvellous - proving that she must have an intuitive knowledge of her art, as well as the best culture. Her style is full of impulse; or, as the French have it, of abandon. In the absence of all stage trickery or conventionalism may be distinguished this child of genius'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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