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Ina Hill Suggest updates

Soprano.

As well as enjoying a career as an operatic soprano, Ina Hill was one of a number of singers who followed the example of Fanny Moody and Charles Manners in attempting to popularise opera by touring the music halls in the years before the First World War.

She had a long career in opera.  Starting to tour with Carl Rosa in 1906, she was still visiting Scotland with the O'Mara company in 1935.  Leonora in Il trovatore is one role which she sang for a quarter of a century.

Roles in Scotland

Zerlina a peasant girl
Don Giovanni 1906
Don Giovanni 1907
Don Giovanni 1908
Don Giovanni 1909
Marguerite
Faust 1907
Faust 1909
Faust 1911
Faust 1912
Anne Page Jungfer Anna Reich, daughter of Page
Lustigen Weiber von Windsor 1907
Lustigen Weiber von Windsor 1910
Marzelline Rocco's daughter
Fidelio 1907
Fidelio 1908
Frasquita a gypsy, Carmen’s friend
Carmen 1907
Lola Alfio’s wife
Cavalleria Rusticana 1907
Micaëla a peasant girl
Carmen 1908
Carmen 1909
Carmen 1910
Carmen 1911
Arline Arnheim's daughter
Bohemian Girl 1908
Bohemian Girl 1909
Nedda Canio's wife
Pagliacci 1908
Pagliacci 1911
Fleur-de-Lys betrothed to Phoebus
Esmeralda 1908
Leonora a Duchess, lady-in-waiting to the Princess of Aragon
Trovatore 1909
Trovatore 1911
Trovatore 1935
Countess Almaviva
Nozze di Figaro 1909
Nozze di Figaro 1910
Nozze di Figaro 1911
Nozze di Figaro 1914
Maritana a gitana
Maritana 1909
Eily O'Connor the Colleen Bawn
Lily of Killarney 1911
Elsa von Brabant sister of the missing Count Gottfried
Lohengrin 1911
Lohengrin 1913
Mignon stolen in childhood
Mignon 1912
Mignon 1913
Sulamith the High Priest's daughter
Queen of Sheba 1912
Maliella adopted daughter of Carmela
Jewels of the Madonna 1913
Elisabeth niece of the Landgrave
Tannhäuser 1913
Margherita
Mefistofele 1913
Elena Helen of Troy
Mefistofele 1913
Aïda an Ethiopian slave
Aida 1914
Antonia Crespel's daughter
Tales of Hoffmann 1914
Giulietta a courtesan
Tales of Hoffmann 1914
Tales of Hoffmann 1919
Santuzza a village girl
Cavalleria Rusticana 1919
Donna Anna the Commendatore's daughter
Don Giovanni 1919

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