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Marta Fuchs (1898-1974) was born in Stuttgart and studied there as well as in Munich and Milan. She started as a mezzo-soprano and sang in the concert hall until 1928, when she made her operatic début at Aachen. In 1930 Fritz Busch engaged her for the Saxon State Opera in Dresden, where she moved up to become one of Germany’s leading dramatic sopranos, singing at Bayreuth from 1933 to 1942. From 1935 she also sang at the Berlin State Opera. In 1936 she visited London with the Dresden company and she made guest appearances in Amsterdam and Paris. After the war she returned to Stuttgart to live, making occasional operatic appearances there until 1952. She made relatively few records but can be heard on some radio recordings.

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