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Callas

Maria, real name Maria Anna Cecilia Kalageropoulos. 1923-- 77, Greek operatic soprano, born in the US
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Apple declined to detail his new role, and Callas declined to comment.
Undoubtedly a legend, Callas left behind a lasting legacy in opera, becoming one of the field's most influential performers.
Before the students even come on, Callas imparts her first lesson--"It's important to have a look"--to the adoring accompanist (played by the genial Jeremy Cohen) trying to hide behind his grand piano.
In Callas Forever, Callas, just like Piaf, is represented as suffering morally and physically.
Credited with bringing the bel canto style back to the operatic stage, Callas often sacrificed sound for style.
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This DVD presents two of the lengthiest and most illuminating interviews that Callas ever did on camera.
From 1956 to 1976, the tenor, who has died, aged 85, took to the stage numerous times, often partnering the great opera diva Maria Callas.
Berlin-based callas software, supplier of PDF technologies for print production and document archiving, has announced that Adobe chose to integrate callas software's PDF preflight technology in Acrobat 9 Pro.
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One year, a guy asked us to put a hole in his ceiling so the tree would fit," said Tina Callas, owner of Tina's Trees on Sepulveda Boulevard.
CONSIDERED one of the greatest divas of the last century, Maria Callas moved the world with her magnificent soprano voice and amazing life story.