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December 7, 2006 Today's leading diva, Renee Fleming, pays homage to divas of an earlier era. Fleming talks about the sopranos who have inspired her, and explains some of the secrets that made them so incredible.
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May 21, 1997 Martin talks with James Drake, author of a new biography of American soprano Rosa Ponselle. Born 100 years ago, in January of 1897, Ponselle is considered one of the finest singers of the century: Maria Callas herself declared "Ponselle was the greatest singer of us all."
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