Lisa Otto
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1919-11-14
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Lisa Otto

Biography

Lisa Otto (14 November 1919 – 18 September 2013) was a German operatic soprano, particularly associated with soubrette and light coloratura roles. Born in Dresden, she studied there at the Musikhochschule with Susanne Steinmetz-Prée. She made her debut in Beuthen, as…

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Die Zauberflote...(K.620), Act 2 sc.29; Pa- pa- pa- [Papageno, Papagena]
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Die Zauberflote...(K.620), Act 2 sc.29; Pa- pa- pa- [Papageno, Papagena]
Berlin Philharmonic, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Lisa Otto, Rosl Schwaiger, Raili Kostia, Antonia Fahberg & Karl Böhm
"Papagena! Weibchen, Taubchen!" (Die Zauberflote, Act II)
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"Papagena! Weibchen, Taubchen!" (Die Zauberflote, Act II)

"Papagena! Weibchen, Taubchen!" (Die Zauberflote, Act II)

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Berlin Philharmonic, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Lisa Otto, Rosl Schwaiger, Raili Kostia, Antonia Fahberg & Karl Böhm


Lisa Otto Biography

Lisa Otto (14 November 1919 – 18 September 2013) was a German operatic soprano, particularly associated with soubrette and light coloratura roles.

Born in Dresden, she studied there at the Musikhochschule with Susanne Steinmetz-Prée. She made her debut in Beuthen, as Sophie in Der Rosenkavalier, in 1941, where she remained until 1944. She then sang in Nuremberg (1944–45), Dresden (1945–51), and joined the Berlin State Opera in 1951, where she was to remain until 1985.

She is best known for soubrette roles such as Blondchen, Susanna, Zerlina, Despina, and Papagena in Mozart's operas. Other notables roles included the First Lady, Marzelline, Annchen, Zerline, Echo, etc. She took part in the creation of Giselher Klebe's Alkmene and Hans Werner Henze's Der junge Lord. She made guest appearances at the Vienna State Opera, the Salzburg Festival, La Scala in Milan, the Paris Opera, and the Glyndebourne Festival Opera.[citation needed]

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