Correspondence to Eugene Ormandy, 1947.


Correspondence to Eugene Ormandy, 1947.

Comprises 1 item from Paul H. Stoes of National Concert and Artists Corporation representing Miss Ribla.

1 item (2 leaves).

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Ribla, Gertrude (person)

American soprano Gertrude Ribla (real name, Ribler, 1914-1980), who entered the field of international opera in an unlikely manner, ultimately enjoyed a varied and distinguished career as a soprano, and, later, as a music teacher. A native New Yorker, Ribla did not come from a musical background, but first became interested in singing and acting as a student at Bryant High School in Long Island City. Ribla was working as a typist in 1935, when she entered a singing conte...