[ gal-i-kur-chee; Italian gahl-lee-koor-chee ]
/ ˈgæl ɪˈkɜr tʃi; Italian ˈgɑl liˈkur tʃi /
A·me·li·ta [ah-me-lee-tah], /ˌɑ mɛˈli tɑ/, 1889–1964, Italian soprano in the U.S.
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Galli-Curci gives a half hour or so to vocalizes and scales every morning.
"I have developed my voice through arduous toil," to quote Mme. Galli-Curci.
Galli-Curci appeared in this rle in Chicago, January 1, 1917.The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb