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Thursday, December 26, 2013

Monte Amundsen, American opera and musical singer, died she was 81.

Monte Amundsen [1] was an American opera and musical singer who appeared on Broadway in Marc Blitzstein's musical Juno in 1959, which starred Shirley Booth died she was 81..

(January 15, 1930 – December 24, 2011)


Composer Marc Blitzstein was reportedly so delighted with Amundsen that he expanded her role in Juno (musical) to include three major songs: I Wish It So, For Love, and My True Heart, as well as a duet with Shirley Booth, The Bird Upon The Tree. The show was not a success, but Amundsen's well-received performance is preserved on the original cast recording. In 1964 she appeared in another ill-fated musical, Cafe Crown, which closed after two performances. She made many appearances at The Muny, including Rosabella in The Most Happy Fella (1969); Marie Esterhazy in Blossom Time (1966); Gretel in Hansel & Gretel (1966); Barbara in Milk and Honey (1964); Anna Belle in Robin Hood (1961); Resi in The Great Waltz (1961); Gretchen in The Red Mill (1960) and Adele in Die Fledermaus (1958).[citation needed]

Personal life

She was briefly married to dancer Tommy Rall[2] and later married opera star Giorgio Tozzi, with whom she had two children, Jennifer and Eric. Giorgio Tozzi's death came seven months before her own.[3]

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