Ljuba Welitsch (en bulgare Люба Величкова, Ljuba Welitschkova), née à Borissovo en Bulgarie le 10 juillet 1913 et décédée à Vienne en Autriche le 1er septembre 1996, était une célèbre soprano lyrique bulgare puis autrichienne.

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  • Ljuba Welitsch (en bulgare Люба Величкова, Ljuba Welitschkova), née à Borissovo en Bulgarie le 10 juillet 1913 et décédée à Vienne en Autriche le 1er septembre 1996, était une célèbre soprano lyrique bulgare puis autrichienne.
  • Ljuba Welitsch (* 10. Juli 1913 in Borissowo, Bulgarien; † 1. September 1996 in Wien; eigentlich Veličkova) war eine bulgarisch/österreichische Opernsängerin (Sopran). Trotz ihrer relativ kurzen Karriere wird sie von Kritikern zu den bedeutendsten Sängerinnen des 20. Jahrhunderts gezählt.
  • Ljuba Welitsch (Bulgarian: Люба Величкова, born 10 July 1913, Borissovo, Bulgaria - died 2 September 1996, Vienna, Austria) was a celebrated Bulgarian, later Austrian, operatic soprano. She studied singing at Sofia Conservatory with professor Georgi Zlatev-Cherkin. After specializing in Vienna, she first appeared in Sofia in 1936. Engagements followed in Graz, Hamburg, Munich and finally at the Vienna State Opera. Known for her red hair and exuberant vivacity, her most famous role was that of Salome, which she performed under the composer, Richard Strauss, himself in 1944 on his 80th birthday. She sang the same role for her London debut in 1947 and her first performance at the Metropolitan Opera, New York on 4 February 1949. She also sang the title roles of Tosca and Aida, Donna Anna in Don Giovanni, Minnie in La fanciulla del West and Musetta in La bohème. Her voice was neither creamy nor shrill, possessing a small beat, to which the microphone is kind. This voice was very capable of riding the Straussian orchestra. Welitsch was a unique singer and her uniqueness was quickly established. Where others linger and milk the moment, she presses ahead, testing the ability of conductors to follow her. It is usually at the moment a doubt has formed that Welitsch confounds the listener by some sudden conversational intimacy that breaks through convention utterly. Even more astonishing is the way she achieves these moments without breaking the line for dramatic effect.* A great artist, she was also capable of extraordinary over-the-top exhibitions and her exploits at the Metropolitan in New York were legendary, including a raunchy Musetta that struck fear into her colleagues, and a Tosca performance when she repeatedly kicked the supposedly dead body of the Scarpia, Lawrence Tibbett, to whom she had taken a personal dislike. Her international career, already interrupted by the war, did not last long, although she actually continued singing until 1981. Appearances included those at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden in the 1950s in a highly controversial production of Salome by Peter Brook with sets by Salvador Dalí. However when her voice deteriorated she started a second career in films (in America and Austria) and on Austrian television. In 1982 she was among a number of artists on stage at Covent Garden who congratulated Dame Eva Turner at a gala for Turner's 90th birthday.She was married twice and divorced twice, with no children. She is buried in Vienna's Zentralfriedhof.
  • Люба Велич (на немски: Ljuba Welitsch) е българо-австрийска оперна певица, сопран. Тя е най-известна с изпълнението на главната роля в операта „Саломе“.Люба Велич е родена на 10 юли 1913 година в село Борисово (днес Славяново), Поповско, като рожденото ѝ име е Люба Величкова. Тя учи в Държавната консерватория в София при Георги Златев-Черкин, след което специализира във Виена. Дебютът ѝ е в Софийската опера през 1936 година. През следващите години работи в Грац, Хамбург и Мюнхен, докато накрая се установява във Виенската опера, където преминава по-голямата част от нейната кариера. Умира на 1 септември 1996 година във Виена.
  • Ljuba Welitsch (Люба Величкова) nació en Borissovo, Bulgaria el 10 de julio de 1913 y murió en Viena el 1 de septiembre de 1996. Fue una soprano lírica búlgara (nacionalizada austríaca) de excepcionales medios vocales e impactante presencia escénica inmortalizada como Salomé de Richard Strauss.
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  • Ljuba Welitsch (en bulgare Люба Величкова, Ljuba Welitschkova), née à Borissovo en Bulgarie le 10 juillet 1913 et décédée à Vienne en Autriche le 1er septembre 1996, était une célèbre soprano lyrique bulgare puis autrichienne.
  • Ljuba Welitsch (* 10. Juli 1913 in Borissowo, Bulgarien; † 1. September 1996 in Wien; eigentlich Veličkova) war eine bulgarisch/österreichische Opernsängerin (Sopran). Trotz ihrer relativ kurzen Karriere wird sie von Kritikern zu den bedeutendsten Sängerinnen des 20. Jahrhunderts gezählt.
  • Ljuba Welitsch (Люба Величкова) nació en Borissovo, Bulgaria el 10 de julio de 1913 y murió en Viena el 1 de septiembre de 1996. Fue una soprano lírica búlgara (nacionalizada austríaca) de excepcionales medios vocales e impactante presencia escénica inmortalizada como Salomé de Richard Strauss.
  • Люба Велич (на немски: Ljuba Welitsch) е българо-австрийска оперна певица, сопран. Тя е най-известна с изпълнението на главната роля в операта „Саломе“.Люба Велич е родена на 10 юли 1913 година в село Борисово (днес Славяново), Поповско, като рожденото ѝ име е Люба Величкова. Тя учи в Държавната консерватория в София при Георги Златев-Черкин, след което специализира във Виена. Дебютът ѝ е в Софийската опера през 1936 година.
  • Ljuba Welitsch (Bulgarian: Люба Величкова, born 10 July 1913, Borissovo, Bulgaria - died 2 September 1996, Vienna, Austria) was a celebrated Bulgarian, later Austrian, operatic soprano. She studied singing at Sofia Conservatory with professor Georgi Zlatev-Cherkin. After specializing in Vienna, she first appeared in Sofia in 1936. Engagements followed in Graz, Hamburg, Munich and finally at the Vienna State Opera.
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