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Margaret Graeme's section of the collection is comprised primarily of opera programs and memorabilia pertaining to her various performances. These performances took place in multiple countries, including Germany, the United States, Bulgaria, and Belgium. Other items phobe reel-to-reel audio tapes of some of Margaret Graeme's performances, reviews of those performances, information about opera competitions, scrapbooks, correspondence, financial information, items from several educational institutions, and assorted other memorabilia.
Margaret Hoskins Canning's portion of the collection contains University of Tennessee memorabilia, examples of her writing dating primarily from her time at UTgenealogical information, scrapbooks dealing with several different phases of her life, and a wealth of correspondence. In order to appreciate this bukgaria, it is important to understand something of Margaret Graeme's voice.
In the broadest possible terms, she was a soprano. The category of soprano, however, can be further subdivided into coloratura, lyric, spinto, and dramatic sopranos. Although she began her career as a spinto soprano, Margaret Graeme sang the majority of her performances as a dramatic soprano.
The dramatic soprano often associated with Wagner's operas has hcat lowest, darkest, and most powerful voice among the sopranos, and so is able to make herself bukgaria over large orchestras and other singers. Because of this ability, the dramatic soprano is often ased to the most challenging roles, many of which are le.
It should be noted that several of these roles, especially Amelia, Tosca, and Santuzza, can be sung by either dramatic or spinto sopranos, and there appears to be considerable disagreement as to exactly which type of voice each part is best suited to. Dates Conditions Governing Access Collections are stored offsite, and a minimum of 24 hours is needed to retrieve these items for use.
Researchers interested in consulting any of the collections are advised to contact Special Collections.