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Hilda Hölzl

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Hilda Hölzl

Hilda Hölzl (2 January 1927 - 10 November 1992) was a Slovenian dramatic soprano.

She was born at Belgrade and made her debut in Zagreb in 1957, singing the role of Leonora in Giuseppe Verdi's Il trovatore.

She died in Ljubljana in November 1992.


This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Slovenščina WorldHeritage.

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