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Dame Nellie Melba: an Australian icon. Pp. 1-12.
Title: Dame Nellie Melba – An Australian Icon. Speaker: Moya McFadzean. 2.
Gabiann has written Dame Nellie Melba as a narrative for children eight years and above. Dame Nellie Melba is the first book in the Aussie Heroes series.
Dame Nellie Melba (Helen Porter Mitchell)
Dame Nellie Melba (1861-1931), prima donna, was born Helen Porter.
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soprano, Dame Nellie Melba! She bought it in the United States while on a concert tour in 1913.
Ann Blainey Melba & Tallis Melba - Dame Nellie Melba Opera Trust
The Dame Nellie Melba Opera Trust is proud to announce its first two recipients of the Dame Nellie Melba and the. Amelia Joscelyne Memorial Scholarships.

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David Mitchell: Stonemason, entrepreneur and farmer
He had many `titles' to his name including stonemason, builder, entrepreneur, farmer, winemaker, exporter and of course that of the father of Dame Nellie Melba.
Enjoy an evening of fine music at the Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre
The show honours the work of Australia's first classical music superstars, Dame Nellie Melba and Percy Grainger.
Declining India are a team to pity as England pin tourists firmly to the floor
Sachin Tendulkar has received more standing ovations than the late Dame Nellie Melba in this series, and the Oval patrons were not slow to recognise him. But he knew that survival was the best India can hope for.
Yarra Ranges: regional museum rakes in awards
It is not just locals touring the exhibits, which included a renowned Dame Nellie Melba collection. Visitors from all over Melbourne and Victoria have attended and it's also becoming a popular destination for students.
Granddaughters reopen NOLA Melba toast factory
Famed chef Auguste Escoffier is credited with inventing the super-thin, crispy toast in the late 1890s for a famous Australian opera singer, Helen Porter Mitchell, whose stage name was Dame Nellie Melba.

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Nellie Melba - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dame Nellie Melba GBE (19 May 1861 – 23 February 1931), born Helen "Nellie" Porter Mitchell, was an Australian operatic soprano.
Nellie Melba - 'Ah, Fors E Lui' from 'La Traviata' (1907) - YouTube
Nov 14, 2008 Dame Nellie Melba sings 'Ah, fors e Lui' from 'La Traviata' for Victor in 1907.
Biography - Dame Nellie Melba - Australian Dictionary of Biography
Dame Nellie Melba (Australian singer) -- Britannica Online
Dame Nellie Melba (Australian singer), May 19, 1861 Richmond, near Melbourne , Austl. Feb.
Biography / Australia / Dame Nellie Melba
Dame Nellie Melba (1861-1931). World renowned soprano.

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