[ US /ˈkæɫəz/ ]
[ UK /kˈæləz/ ]
[ UK /kˈæləz/ ]
- Greek coloratura soprano (born in the United States) known for her dramatic intensity in operatic roles (1923-1977)
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- Spring callas need moderately acid soil, generous amounts of moisture with good drainage and a resting period.
- We went out to dine last night, so I set the video to tape Maria Callas: Living and Dying for Art and Love.
- With their miles of piping, tubing, wiring and several hundred electric motors and pressure and temperature switches and control valves, they form a package that for temperament would make Maria Callas look like a study in cultivated calm. Why Not Apply Tomorrow's Disciplines Today?
- This year they turned to Bellini, staging Norma, generally regarded as one of the composer's finest bel canto masterpieces, and not so long ago a showpiece for Maria Callas.
- Start begonias, caladiums, callas, cannas, and dahlias in pots indoors on a sunny windowsill.
- After frost kills their foliage, dig up callas, cannas, dahlias, tuberous begonias, and other tender bulbs.
- After frost kills their foliage, dig up callas, cannas, dahlias, gladiolus, tuberous begonias, and other tender bulbs, Dry off the bulbs and pack them in vermiculite or sterile potting soil.
- Maria Callas needs no promotion, yet her distinctively fiery, passionate style was not equally suited to every role.
- Don't overlook summer-blooming callas, dahlias and cannas.
- Called “La Stupenda,” she combined the heft of a Wagnerian singer with the agility and upper register of a coloratura soprano, leading to powerful interpretations of great bel canto roles that had lain dormant for decades -- following in the wake of Maria Callas, who had spearheaded their initial revival. Joan Sutherland: addio, Stupenda