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Jan Kiepura & Marta Eggerth. Jan Wiktor Kiepura (ur. 16 maja 1902 w Sosnowcu, zm.
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Marta Eggerth & Paul Hörbiger, 1934 Die Czardasfürstin, film.
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Marta Eggerth (17 April 1912 – 26 December 2013) was a Hungarian-born American actress and singer from "The Silver Age of Operetta". Many of the 20th century's most famous operetta composers, including Franz Lehár, Fritz Kreisler, Robert Stolz, Oscar Straus and Paul Abraham, composed works especially for her. Eggerth was born in Budapest, the daughter of Tilly (née Herzog, or Herzegh), a dramatic coloratura soprano, and Paul Eggerth, a bank director. Her mother was Jewish.
This handsome Polish tenor became renowned both for the beauty of his voice and his characterizations on the concert stage and in films. Kiepura began his education by studying law in Warsaw, but soon switched to voice studies with Waclaw Brzezinski and Tadeusz Leliwa, and later Garbin in Milano. In 1924, Kiepura made his debut in Lvov in Gounod's Faust. Kiepura often appeared with his wife, soprano Marta Eggerth, whom he married in 1936. After starring in Das Abenteuer geht weiter (The Adventure Goes Forward, 1939), aka Jede Frau hat ein süsses Geheimnis (Every Wife Has a Sweet Secret), he ceased making films until he re-emerging at the end of the war with four productions: Addio Mimí (1947), aka Her Wonderful Life (. 1950); Valse brillante.
Polish actor and singer Jan Kiepura (1902-1966) was one of the grand tenors of the 20th century and with his handsome smile he also became a popular film star. Solo and together with Marta Eggerth he starred in many popular film operettas of the 1930’s. For more postcards, a bio and clips check out our blog European Film Star Postcards.
Jan Wiktor Kiepura (May 16, 1902 – August 15, 1966) was a Polish singer (tenor) and actor. Jan Kiepura was born in Sosnowiec, Poland, the son of Miriam (née Neuman), a former professional singer, and Franciszek Kiepura, a baker and grocery owner. Jan Kiepura introduced himself as, "The Great Kierpura," to the annoyance of similarly temperamental individuals. His mother was Jewish. He had a brother, Władysław.
|A1||Mon Coeur T'Appelle|
|A3||Le Bel Amour Que J'Ai Pour Toi|
|A4||Ninon, Quand Tu Me Souris|
|A6||Air Des Larmes|
|B1||Que Cette Main Est Froide|
|B2||On M'Appelle Mimi|
|B3||Valse De Musette|
NotesLes Industries Musicales Et Electriques Pathe Marconi - Paris
|ORX 101||Jan Kiepura, Marta Eggerth||Jan Kiepura, Marta Eggerth - Bel Canto (LP)||Odeon||ORX 101||France||Unknown|