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Mary Fabian (I) (1901–1973)

An internationally known soprano, Miss Fabian was the founder of the American Civic Productions Company which presented Opera in English throughout the United States. She formed the Civic Opera Association in Birmingham and produced and directed its presentation of "Carmen" in 1936. Her first professional engagement was in "Katinka" with the ... See full bio »

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(age 72) in Vienna, Austria

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She did the singing voice for the role of Christine in the 1929 reissue of The Phantom of the Opera as well as her own singing voice in the role of Carlotta, who was originally protrayed by Virginia Pearson.

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