High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The German soprano
Elisabeth Rethberg (22 September 1894 - 6 June 1976) was an opera
singer of international repute active from the period of the First
World War through to the early 1940s. Some hailed her as the
greatest soprano of her day. (Her chief contemporary rival at the
New York Metropolitan Opera was the Italian-American soprano Rosa
Ponselle, who possessed a bigger and darker-hued voice.)
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