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Maria Cebotari (1910–1949)


Miss Maria Cebotari complained about horrible pain during her opera performance the Figaro (music by Mozart) in Milano. She complained about her tiredness, and tried to fight against her unknown illness. Doctors discovered she had gallbladder infection. The diet she was on did not help at all. Miss Cebotari finally went for a medical examination ... See full bio »

Died:

(age 39) in Vienna, Austria

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Known For

The Dream of Butterfly Madame Butterfly
(1939)
Amami, Alfredo! Maria Dalgeri
(1940)
(1943)
(1938)

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 1943 The Genius and the Nightingale
Maria Malibran
 1942 Odessa in fiamme
Maria Teodorescu
 1940 Amami, Alfredo!
Maria Dalgeri
 1939 The Dream of Butterfly
Madame Butterfly
 1938 The Life of Giuseppe Verdi
Teresina Stolz
 1937 Starke Herzen
Operasängerin Marina Marta
 1937 Mother Song
Fiamma Vanni - seine Frau
 1936 Mädchen in Weiß
Daniela
 1930 Troika
Singer
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 1950 Salzburg (Documentary)
Herself - Soprano
 1949 Die Stimme Österreichs
Herself
 1939 Salzburg, die Festspielstadt (Documentary short)
Zerlina
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 1963 Lieblinge unserer Eltern (TV Series documentary)
Herself
 1948 Leckerbissen
Herself - filmszenen
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Her funeral was "one of the most imposing demonstrations of love and honor any deceased artist has ever received" in the history of Vienna, with thousands of people attending. See more »

Star Sign:

Aquarius

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