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Patricia Sullivan

Any serious obit writer has more obits to do than she can handle. Some worthy ones never get completed. I'm not evolved enough to be an opera fan so I can't tell you how well known these people were, but it's tres interesting to read the obits in Opera News about the "Renowned Vocal Pedagogue Who Pioneered Functional Vocal Training," the "Director who Brought Opera to Millions via the Medium of Television" and the "Danish Soprano Who Found Acclaim as Konstanze and Salome."

By Patricia Sullivan  |  February 22, 2008; 11:04 AM ET
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