Definition of Swedish Nightingale

1. Noun. Swedish soprano who toured the United States under the management of P. T. Barnum (1820-1887).

Exact synonyms: Jenny Lind, Lind
Generic synonyms: Soprano



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Swaziland monetary unit
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Sweden
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Swedes
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Swedish Nightingale (current term)
Swedish Sign Language
Swedish Vallhund
Swedish iron
Swedish krona
Swedish meatball
Swedish mile
Swedish monetary unit
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Swedish rye bread
Swedishness
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Literary usage of Swedish Nightingale

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1. Our First Century: Being a Popular Descriptive Portraiture of the One by Richard Miller Devens (1876)
"The "Swedish nightingale "—the "divine Jenny,"-as she came to be called, as her powers of song were developed, was born at Stockholm, in 1821, and her taste ..."

2. Reminiscences of the Opera by Benjamin Lumley (1864)
"Season of 1847 (Continued)—Successful course of the Establishment, aided by the Popularity of the Swedish Nightingale—A new opera by Verdi—Not generally ..."

3. Ten Girls from History by Kate Dickinson Sweetser (1912)
"JENNY LIND: The Swedish Nightingale IN the City of Stockholm there is one street leading up to the Church of St. Jacob, on which in years gone by there was ..."

4. Women of History: The Lives of Women who in All Ages, All Lands and in All by Willis John Abbot (1913)
"... JENNY LIND (1821-1887) "THE Swedish Nightingale" JENNY LIND was born to poverty and obscurity; she achieved wealth and world-wide fame. ..."

5. Toronto "called Back", from 1886-1850: Its Wonderful Growth and Grogress by Conyngham Crawford Taylor (1886)
"THE " Swedish Nightingale " AT WASHINGTON IN 1853. The immense National Hall was crowded to its utmost capacity, notwithstanding big prices and inclement ..."

6. Toronto "called Back", from 1886-1850: Its Wonderful Growth and Grogress by Conyngham Crawford Taylor (1886)
"THE " Swedish Nightingale " AT WASHINGTON IN 1853. The immense National Hall was crowded to its utmost capacity, notwithstanding big prices and inclement ..."

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