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ROSA SUCHER (1849– )

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Originally appearing in Volume V26, Page 7 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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ROSA SUCHER (1849– ), German opera singer, nee Hasselbeck, was the wife of Josef Sucher (1844–1908), a well-known conductor and composer. They were married in 1876, when she had already had various engagements as a singer and he was conductor at the Leipzig city theatre. Frau Sucher soon became famous for her performances in Wagner's operas, her seasons in London in 1882 and 1892 proving her great capacity both as singer and actress; in 1886 and 1888 she sang at Bayreuth, and in later years she was principally associated with the opera stage in Berlin, retiring in 1903. Her magnificent rendering of the part of Isolde in Wagner's opera is especially remembered.
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