Aline Lambele or Lambelle was an opera-bouffe vocalist. In the first U.S. performance of Offenbach's "Barbe Bleue" at Niblo's Garden (July, 1868), she sang Princess Hermia. During that same summer Lambele performed at the French Theatre, singing La Grande Duchesse and also Eurydice in "Orphee aux Enfers." When Pike's Opera House opened in October, 1868, Lambele was Wanda in "La Grande Duchesse de Gerolstein," Oreste in "La Belle Helene," Ines in Offenbach's "Les Bavards," and Laurette in Offenbach's little-known "La Chanson de Fortunio." Lambele poses in costume, suggestively touching her strap, at the Gurney studio in New York City, circa 1868.
- 1868 circa 5 years
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- Carte de Visite
- Jeremiah Gurney
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