As for his voice, it can at times be more musical than Melba's or Caruso's.
This is true, also, of the voice of a Caruso or a Melba singing either a copyrighted or uncopyrighted piece.
A selfish chorister is not a chorister, though possessed of the voice of a Melba or Mario.
I thought I should like to hear Melba before the end of the season.
I am very fond of music, he said; and Melba sings very well.
Well, then, in me you behold a future Melba and a Patti rolled into one.
When it was announced that Melba was to sing at Milan, a feeling hostile to her at once made itself manifest.
I wasn't fool enough to kid myself into the notion that it was because I was a Melba or a Fiske.
He explained at the time that only two other singers had previously received this honor—Melba and Nilsson.
This annual concert drew a fashionable audience, who only cared for the singing of such stars as Melba and the De Reszkes.
in various food preparations, especially peach Melba (1905) and Melba toast (1925) is in honor of Nellie Melba, stage name (based on Melbourne, Australia) of Australian-born operatic soprano Helen Mitchell (1861-1931).