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Google Celebrates Late U.K. Opera Singer, Amanda Aldridge – Doodle


American multinational technology company – Google is celebrating the late United Kingdom opera singer, Ananda Aldridge.

Amanda who was famous for her love songs, suites, sambas, and light orchestral pieces was born on the 10th of March, 1986 in Upper Norwood, London, and she died on the 9th of March, 1956.

“Exploring her mixed ethnic heritage through the lens of music, Aldridge combined various rhythmic influences and genres together with poetry from Black American authors to create romantic Parlour music, a popular genre performed in the living rooms of middle-class homes,” Google said on its website.

“Aldridge’s 1913 piano composition ‘Three African Dances,’ inspired by West African drumming, became her most famous piece. In addition to her compositions, she taught civil rights activist Paul Robeson and one of America’s first great opera singers, Marian Anderson.”

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