Amanda Aldridge Cause Of Death: Amanda Aldridge, the famed English opera soprano, died on March 9, 1956, following a brief illness. She was 89 years old when she died.
Amanda Aldridge Cause Of Death
Amanda, who died a day before her 90th birthday, is honored today by Google with a doodle in honor of her inspirational songs and orchestral works, which she wrote under the alias Montague Ring.
Life Of Amanda Aldridge
Following a throat ailment, Amanda worked as a concert singer and later as a vocal teacher.
Between 1907 and 1925, she released thirty songs in various styles.
Roland Hayes, Lawrence Benjamin Brown, Marian Anderson, and Paul Robeson were among her students who went on to become famous musicians.
Muriel Smith sang Montague Ring’s “Little Southern Love Song” on the show Music For You, where Amanda made her television debut.
Memoirs Of Amanda Aldridge
In one of the editions of ‘The Historian’ in 2020, Stephen Bourne wrote a feature titled “At home with Amanda Ira Aldridge.”
Bourne also penned an article in honor of the late vocalist for the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.