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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Ethel_MermanEthel Merman - Wikipedia

    Ethel Merman (born Ethel Agnes Zimmermann; January 16, 1908 – February 15, 1984) was an American actress and singer. Known for her distinctive, powerful voice, and her leading roles in musical theater , [1] she has been called "the undisputed First Lady of the musical comedy stage."

  2. Ethel Merman (Nova Iorque, 16 de janeiro de 1908 - 15 de fevereiro de 1984) foi uma atriz e cantora norte-americana. Conhecida principalmente pela voz potente e por seus papéis no teatro musical, ela chegou a ser considerada "a indiscutível primeira dama dos musicais."

  3. www.imdb.com › name › nm0581062Ethel Merman - IMDb

    Born in the Astoria section of Queens, New York City, Ethel Merman surely is the pre-eminent star of 'Broadway' musical comedy. Though untrained in singing, she could belt out a song like quite no one else, and was sought after by major songwriters such as Irving Berlin and Cole Porter.

  4. 23 de fev. de 2014 · Here's THE one and only Broadway diva, Ethel Merman, singing a very extensive medley of her hits on a mid-1970's PBS television special. Recorded at the famed Empire Room of the Waldorf-Astoria...

  5. Born in the Astoria section of Queens, New York City, Ethel Merman surely is the pre-eminent star of 'Broadway' musical comedy. Though untrained in singing, she could belt out a song like quite no one else, and was sought after by major songwriters such as Irving Berlin and Cole Porter.

  6. Ethel Merman performs with Arthur Fiedler and the Boston Pops Orchestra. This performance was recorded in 1975 but held off for airing until the Bicentennial year of 1976. Announcer: William ...

  7. 27 de jun. de 2024 · Ethel Merman was an American singer, actress, and lead performer in Broadway musicals who is remembered for her strong, clear voice. Ethel Zimmermann worked as a secretary and sang in nightclubs and vaudeville before opening in George and Ira Gershwin’s musical Girl Crazy in 1930, billed as Ethel.