Definition of Maria callas
1. Noun. Greek coloratura soprano (born in the United States) known for her dramatic intensity in operatic roles (1923-1977).
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Literary usage of Maria callas
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1. An Almanack for the Year of Our Lord by Joseph Whitaker (1869)
"maria callas sang at the Festival Hall in a concert with the Philharmonie Orchestra. June 4. Josef Krips and the London Philharmonic Orchestra completed ..."
2. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"... Hershiser had ) fill out some —Bruce Newman, Sports Illustrated, May 1986 ‘0 know that she is often compared to maria callas elps some —Joseph Mathewson ..."
3. Adventure Guide to Venice & the Veneto by Marissa Fabris (2005)
"... maria callas and Ernest Hemingway (where didn't he dine?). The elegant restaurant's specialty is fish and, with its fine linens, professional service, ..."
4. Adventure Guide Naples, Sorrento & the Amalfi Coast by Marina Carter (2006)
"La Perla Gioielli, Piazza Umberto, Capri, "& 081 837 0641. Famous clients of this jewelry store in the Piazzetta have included maria callas and Clark Gable. ..."
5. Buenos Aires and the Best of Argentina Alive!by Arnold Greenberg by Arnold Greenberg (2000)
"... sports heroes such as Bjorn Borg, Pele and Maradonna, stars of the screen and stage such as maria callas, Julie Andrews, Julio Iglesias and Rock Hudson, ..."
6. Milan & the Italian Lakes by Dan Colwell (1999)
"Donizetti and Puccini, and the rise to international stardom of singers such as maria callas and Luciano ..."
7. Tuscany by Ulrike Bleek, Christiane Buld Campetti, Stephan Bleek (2000)
"In the past, you could hear all of the great orchestras here, the very best conductors (Bruno Walter), singers (maria callas), and works - there were opera ..."