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HINCKLE[, Isabella, singer, born in Albany, New York, 4 September, 1840; died in New York city, 5 July, 1862. At the age of fourteen she sang in the choir of the church of "The Holy Innocents." She studied vocal music under George William Warren, and in Florence, Italy, in 1857-'60, under Romani. She made her first appearance in "Norma" on 24 December, 1859, at the Grand opera-house in Amsterdam, where she became a favorite. She then went to Brussels and Frankfort, and in November, 1860, returned to the United States, where she appeared on 26 January, 1861, in "Lucia di Lammermoor," supported by Brignoli and Susini. She appeared in Boston and Philadelphia until the civil war checked all interest in opera, and in the autumn of 1861 made a concert tour in the west, also appearing in "La Juive " in New York in the following spring. In 1861 she married Augustino Susini. Her repertory consisted of thirty-two operas, including " Le Prophete," "Don Giovanni," "Lucretia Borgia," etc., and several oratorios.
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