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Alma Gluck

Alma Gluck (Reba Fiersohn) (1884–1938) was a Romanian-born soprano who, after working seven seasons for the Metropolitan Opera, devoted the remainder of her career to recording and concertizing. She recorded the first of over 150 titles for Victor in 1911. Her best-known disc was "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny." She was married to violinist Efrem Zimbalist, who often accompanied her on records.

The following recordings featuring Alma Gluck are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Le bonheur est chose legere Soprano vocal solo, with violin and piano Alma Gluck 1914-11-15
Vocalist - Soprano vocal One sweetly solemn thought Vocal duet (soprano and contralto), with orchestra Alma Gluck; Louise Homer 1914-11-12
Vocalist - Soprano vocal The monotone Soprano vocal solo, with violin and piano Alma Gluck 1914-11-15
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Red, red rose Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Alma Gluck 1913-01-23
Vocalist - Soprano vocal The song of the chimes Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Alma Gluck 1913-01-24
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Have you seen but a whyte lillie grow? Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Alma Gluck 1913-01-23
Vocalist - Soprano vocal When love is kind Soprano vocal solo, with orchestra Alma Gluck 1913-01-25
Vocalist - Soprano vocal The brook Soprano vocal solo, with piano Alma Gluck 1913-01-25
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Suse, liebe Suse Vocal duet (soprano and contralto), with orchestra Alma Gluck; Louise Homer 1913-01-25
Vocalist - Soprano vocal Der Kleine Sandmann bin ich Vocal duet (soprano and contralto), with orchestra Alma Gluck; Louise Homer 1913-01-25