"You have lost no time," said the cantatrice, endeavoring to conceal her feelings under an iron mask of reproach.
A murmur of admiration greeted the lady—Jane Zeld, the cantatrice.
I would like to describe this cantatrice, but she belongs to no formula.
A cantatrice expects it everywhere; these creatures live on it.
In the course of a heavy tirade against the scoundrel, Redworth apprehended that it was the cantatrice's husband.
He spared no temptation to induce the Italian cantatrice to remain.
How is it that the cantatrice and queen of song loves the part still?
This witticism was believed, because of the long friendship between the Italian cantatrice and the young Frenchman.
Looking at her, Denis always thought of Wilkie Bard as the cantatrice.
She had a glorious voice and, as Madame Biscacianti, subsequently attained fame as a cantatrice.