Lilian Eldee

Real Name:
Lilian Bertha Stuart-Wortley
Born Lilian Bertha Stuart-Wortley, her married name Lillian Bertha Duncombe & her stage name Lilian Eldée (b. 1870 - d. 1904) was a singer, actress, translator and lyricist. Daughter of Archibald J. Stuart Wortley (painter/artist) & Nelly Bromley (actor, singer. later took her married name Mrs. Archibald Stuart Wortley). Lilian was married to Colonel C. W. E. Duncombe. Among her credits are the English lyrics for André Messager’s popular comic opera ‘Veronique’ (1904), and the vocal monologue with piano, ‘The Eternal Feminine’, to music by Liza Lehmann.
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ONCM 530, 0C 054-07 228 Lilian Eldee - Music For Romance album art Anne Ziegler & Webster Booth Swing High, Swing Low (From Véronique) and 3 more… Anne Ziegler & Webster Booth - Music For Romance(LP, Mono) Encore (13), EMI ONCM 530, 0C 054-07 228 UK 1980 Sell This Version