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Erna Berger (1900–1990)

Erna Berger was born on October 19, 1900 in Dresden, Germany. She was an actress, known for Ave Maria (1936), Der Wein und seine Lieder (1925) and Der Rosenkavalier (1949). She was married to Sverre Wiull. She died on June 14, 1990 in Essen, Germany. See full bio »


(age 89) in Essen, Germany

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Ave Maria
Ave Maria Violetta (segment "La Traviata" sequence)
Der Rosenkavalier
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 1949 The Marriage of Figaro
Susanna (singing voice)
 1949 Der Rosenkavalier (TV Movie)
 1942 Wen die Götter lieben
 1941 Die schwedische Nachtigall
Solostimme und Stimme der Nachtigall
 1940 Falstaff in Vienna
 1939 Eine kleine Nachtmusik
Sänger, Sopran
 1939 Maria Ilona
Sopran - Staatsoper
 1936/I Ave Maria
Violetta (segment "La Traviata" sequence)
 1936 Final Accord
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 1971 Hallo, Freunde! (TV Series)
 1967 Gut gefragt ist halb gewonnen (TV Series)
- Arie gegen Chanson (1967) ... Herself

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Berger appeared at the Metropolitan Opera during the 1949/50 and 1950/51 seasons, in Der Rosenkavalier (opposite Eleanor Steber and Risë Stevens, conducted by Fritz Reiner and directed by Herbert Graf), Rigoletto (with Warren, then Enzo Mascherini), Die Zauberflöte, and Il barbiere di Siviglia (with Giuseppe Valdengo). See more »

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