Alma Gluck (born Reba Feirsohn; May 11, 1884-October 27, 1938), was an American soprano, and one of the world's most famous female singers at the peak of her career (around 1910). Marcia Davenport was the child of her first marriage (to Bernard Gluck); Alma Gluck later married violinist Efrem Zimbalist and had two children, Efrem Jr. (Stephanie Zimbalist's father) and Maria.
Alma Gluck (May 11, 1884 – October 27, 1938) was a Romanian-born American soprano. Gluck was born as Reba Feinsohn to a Jewish family in Iași, Romania, the daughter of Zara and Leon Feinsohn. Gluck moved to the United States at a young age. Although her initial success came at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City, Gluck later concertized widely in America and became an early recording artist.
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Find the song lyrics for Alma Gluck - Top Tracks. Top Songs By Alma Gluck. 1. Listen To The Mocking Bird. 2. Carry Me Back To Old Virginny. 325. 3. Abide With Me. Alma Gluck & Louise Homer. 7. 5. Little Grey Home In The West. 4. 6. Bring Back My Bonnie To Me. Alma Gluck. Le Timbre D'argent: Le Bonheur Est Chose Légère. 8. Elégie (Recorded 1912). Alma Gluck & Efrem Zimbalist & Rosario Bourdon. 9. Jocelyn: Berceuse.
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Alma Gluck (Reba Fiersohn) (1884–1938) was a Romanian-born soprano who, after working seven seasons for the Metropolitan Opera, devoted the remainder of her career to recording and concertizing. She recorded the first of over 150 titles for Victor in 1911. Her best-known disc was "Carry Me Back to Old Virginny. She was married to violinist Efrem Zimbalist, who often accompanied her on records.