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  • n. Plural form of cantatrice.


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  • Carmen, and Madame Melba essayed Brünnhilde; but I am not aware that either of these famous cantatrices repeated the experiment.

    Style in Singing

  • The minister must, as a matter of politeness, express his thanks to the cantatrices from the Opéra, and to the actresses from the Comédie Française, the artistes whose names appeared on the programme.

    His Excellency the Minister

  • The most admired cantatrices of to-day drown the words in a wealth of vocalization, and the meaning is lost, even were the language one known to their hearers, which it usually is not.

    Aboriginal American Authors

  • By these comments, I find that this lady possessed a voice of most charming power and sweetness, and that in her interpretations of operatic and music of a classical character she was well-nigh, if not quite, equal to the finest cantatrices then before the public.

    Music and Some Highly Musical People

  • Let us now examine the qualifications of _Mesdames les cantatrices_.

    Paris as It Was and as It Is

  • _repertoire_ making her one of Boston's favorite cantatrices.

    Music and Some Highly Musical People

  • _cantatrices_, and so bullied my servants, both white and black, that my uncle had enough to do to bribe them into taking it quietly.

    Debit and Credit Translated from the German of Gustav Freytag


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