Amanda Aldridge, an English famed opera soprano, died on March 9, 1956, following a brief illness. She was 89 years old.
Amanda, who died a day before her 90th birthday, is remembered today by Google with a doodle for her inspirational songs and orchestral compositions, which she wrote under the pen name Montague Ring.
Following a throat ailment, Amanda worked as a concert singer and later as a vocal teacher.
Between 1907 and 1925, she released roughly thirty songs in diverse styles. Roland Hayes, Lawrence Benjamin Brown, Marian Anderson, and Paul Robeson were among her students who went on to become well-known musicians.
Amanda made her television debut on the show Music For You, where Muriel Smith performed “Little Southern Love Song” by Montague Ring.
Amanda Aldridge cause of death
Amanda Aldridge, an Afro-British opera singer and teacher, died on March 9, 1956. The cause of Amanda Aldridge’s death was never revealed. Stay tuned to our page for additional information.
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