Lena Horne, Jazz Singer Who Broke Color Barriers, Dies at 92

Lena Horne, the jazz singer who broke color barriers in Hollywood and fought for civil rights during a seven-decade career that took her from the Cotton Club in Harlem to Hollywood and the Broadway stage, has died. She was 92. She died Sunday 9 MAY 2010 at the New York-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center,

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Giulietta Simionato

Giulietta Simionato, an Italian mezzo-soprano whose instantly recognizable voice was wildly popular with audiences, died May 5, 2010 in Rome. She would have turned 100 on May 12.