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Hereyoucalling
Hereyoucalling

I Hear You Calling Me by Lily McCormack 1949 HB Acclaimed Tenor

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Nonfiction

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Acceptable

ISBN:

1436714540 (facsimile)

Format:

Hardcover

Publication Year:

1949

Category:

Biography & Memoir

Author:

Lily McCormack

Edition:

None Stateed

Publisher:

Bruce

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Not Included

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More than a week ago

Item number:

3427008

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I HERE YOU CALLING ME By Lily McCormack Some Black White photographs. Copyright Date: 1949. No Edition Stated. Published By: The Bruce Publishing Company. Milwaukee. 201 Pages. Book Boards Are In Only Fair condition with some edge, corner, spine shelf wear. Pages Are Intact Tight with some light staining on several pages near the spine. No Dustjacket. McCormack (1884-1945) and Enrico Caruso were the leading tenors in their day. "McCormack was a huge figure in every possible sense. He sang at the1932 Eucharisitic Congress and did a huge amount of work for Catholic charities. Pope Pius X1 made him a hereditary papal count." McCormack seems virtuous as well as talented. McCabe says that in his research on the Athlone-born singer, he has been "unable to find any dirt or dalliances". McCormack won the gold medal at the Dublin Feis Ceoil at 18 years of age and was the principal tenor at Covent Garden in London at the age of 22. "He performed at Covent Garden for seven seasons and was then booked by Oscar Hammerstein, who put him in a show in New York, where he earned 1,200 a week for three operas. He later gave up opera altogether and became a concert artiste," McCabe says.
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