from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Horne, Lena Born 1917. American singer and actress. She has performed in Broadway musicals, television productions, and films, including Stormy Weather (1943).
- Horne, Marilyn Born 1934. American mezzo-soprano who became a principal performer at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City after her debut there as Adalgisa in Norma (1970).
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- n. United States operatic mezzo-soprano (born 1934)
- n. United States singer and actress (born in 1917)
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June 30, 1917: Lena Mary Calhoun Horne is born in Brooklyn, N.Y. 1933: At 16, Horne is hired as a dancer by Harlem's famous Cotton Club.
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