V2562. LOIS MARSHALL, w.William Aide (Pf.): Liederkreis, Frauenliebe und Leben; Dichterliebe (all Schumann). (Canada) CBC PSCD 2019, Live Performance 29 Oct., 1978, Toronto. Elaborate Booklet includes all texts. Long out-of-print, Final Copy! - 059582201923
“Lois Marshall, a leading Canadian soprano in the 1950s and ‘60s, made her New York debut in 1952 at Town Hall as a Naumburg Foundation prize winner. She embarked on an international career as a lieder and oratorio singer, appearing with such conductors as Arturo Toscanini, Sir Thomas Beecham and Leonard Bernstein. She also toured extensively with the New York-based Bach Aria Group.
Although she often sang operatic arias in recitals, the lasting effects of polio made it nearly impossible for her to perform in staged opera productions. She gave her farewell recital in 1982 but continued teaching voice at the University of Toronto.”
- THE NEW YORK TIMES, 2 March, 1997