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Avoglio [Avolio; née Croumann or Graumann], Christina Marialocked

  • Winton Dean
  •  and Daniel E. Freeman

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(b ? Mainz or Frankfurt; fl 1727–46). German soprano. She sang in the Peruzzi company at Brussels, 1727–8, and was at Hamburg in 1729, where she sang Cleopatra in Handel’s Giulio Cesare and Rodelinda in Telemann’s Flavius Bertaridus. The same year she was engaged by Fortunato Chelleri as a singer at the court of Kassel. The librettos recording her two appearances at the Sporck theatre in Prague during the ...

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R.-A. Mooser: Annales de la musique et des musiciens en Russie au XVIIIme siècle
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