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ZINKA MILANOV - MAGAZINE SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: PETER POTTER, NICOLA FILACURDI, SCIPIO COLOMBO, ARGEO QUADRI - HFSID 100065

July 1956 issue of the British magazine Opera, signed by Milanov on the cover. Milanov is pictured on the cover of this magazine as Tosca. Also signed by four other opera singers, conductors and impresarios inside.

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ZINKA MILANOV, CO-SIGNED BY: NICOLA FILACURDI, SCIPIO COLOMBO, ARGEO QUADRI, PETER POTTER,
July 1956 issue of the British magazine Opera, signed by Milanov on the cover. Milanov is pictured on the cover of this magazine as Tosca. Also signed by four other opera singers, conductors and impresarios inside.
Magazine signed "Zinka Milanov" in blue ink on cover; "Sincerely/Peter Potter" in blue ink on page 11; "Nicola Filacuridi" in blue ink, "Scipio Colombo" in black ink and "Argeo Qaudri" on page 29. B/w, 64 pages, 5¼x8¼. July 1956 issue of Opera magazine, vol. 7 no. 7, published by Rolls House Publishing Company Ltd., London, England. Captioned on cover: "Zinka Milanov as Tosca". Milanov is shown on the cover of this magazine as Tosca, a role that she debuted in at the Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Italy in 1950. MILANOV (1906-1989, born Zinka Kunc in Zagreb, Croatia) was a Croatian dramatic soprano. She made her debut in 1927 as Leonora in Verdi's Il Travatore in Ljubljana, Slovenia. She performed almost exclusively in her native Croatia after that while perfecting her technique before joining the New German Theatre in Prague and, in 1937, debuting at the Metropolitan Opera in 1937, again as Leonora. She changed her name from "Kunc" to "Milanov", the stage name of her second husband, at about this time. Milanov debuted as Tosca at Milan, Italy's Teatro alla Scala in 1950. Her last performance was in 1966. FILACURIDI was a tenor whose opera and film credits include La Traviata, Madame Butterfly and Francis Poulenc's Dialogues of the Carmelites, for which he created the role of Chevalier de la Force. COLOMBO, born in 1913, was a baritone who started his career at the Teatro alla Scala in 1947 and created the role of Marquis de la Force in Dialogues of the Carmelites. QUADRI (1911-2004, born in Como, Italy) was an Italian conductor who was most prominently associated with Milan's State Opera after 1957. POTTER, who died in 1982, was a prominent figure in opera. Lightly toned. Covers are lightly creased, soiled and scuffed. Some pages are separating from staple binding. Adhesive residue and paper loss on pages 38 and 39. Otherwise in fine condition.

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