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Tamaki Miura (1884 - 1946) was a Japanese opera singer most often remembered for having performed in over 2,000 stagings of "Madame Butterfly". At the time this short notice appeared she was only one year into her opera career, yet the VANITY FAIR music critic recognized talent when he saw it and nominated her for the "Vanity Fair Hall of Fame". It was her inclusion in that august body that serves as the the subject for this short paragraph, which is accompanied by a photograph.

You might also like to read about Kosaku Yamada (1886 - 1965), the first Japanese opera composer.


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Tamaki Miura (Vanity Fair, 1915)

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