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Johanna Gadski

Johanna Gadski (1872–1932) was a German-born operatic soprano who made her American debut with the Damrosch Opera Company in 1895. Her Metropolitan Opera debut came in January of 1900. She recorded for Victor Records between 1903 and 1917. Her career waned during World War I but revived in the late 1920s when she began touring in Wagnerian roles. She died in an auto accident in 1932.

The following recordings featuring Johanna Gadski are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Helle Wehr! Heilige Waffe! Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Johanna Gadski 1910-02-07
Vocalist - Soprano vocal A slumber song Soprano vocal solo, with harp and bells Johanna Gadski 1916-05-26
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Papagena, Papageno! Vocal duet (soprano and baritone), with orchestra Johanna Gadski; Otto Goritz 1913-04-16
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Ritorna vincitor Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Johanna Gadski 1908-02-26
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Ritorna vincitor Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Johanna Gadski 1912-04-04
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Widmung Soprano vocal solo, with piano Johanna Gadski 1908-01-14
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Ständchen Soprano vocal solo, with piano Johanna Gadski 1908-01-14
Vocalist - Soprano vocal How much I love you Soprano vocal solo, with piano Johanna Gadski 1908-01-14
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Du bist der Lenz Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Johanna Gadski 1913-04-23
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Annie Laurie Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Johanna Gadski 1913-10-23