Story of an American Singer      (Geraldine Farrar)
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Story of an American Singer      (Geraldine Farrar)
B1152. GERALDINE FARRAR. The Story of an American Singer by Herself [Autobiography]. Boston, Houghton-Mifflin, 1916. 115pp. Numerous Photos.

CRITIC REVIEW:

"Farrar was not only an international opera star, she made more than 200 recordings and appeared in 14 silent films. The first media diva claimed headlines in newspapers, graced countless covers of magazines, and shared her life story in two autobiographies. During her 16-season reign at the Metropolitan Opera, Farrar commanded higher fees and appeared in more new productions than any other leading soprano. She sang 671 performances of 34 res in 29 operas. Before arriving at the Met on the opening night of the 1906 season, Farrar made headlines in Berlin, Monte Carlo, Munich, Stockholm, Salzburg, Paris, and Warsaw. Physical glamour, vocal appeal, and star temperament guaranteed Farrar acclaim few prima donnas have enjoyed"

- Robert Baxter, Program Notes to Marston's FARRAR