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Did Fritz Wunderlich have children?

Did Fritz Wunderlich have children?

Wolfgang Wunderlich
Constanze WunderlichBarbara Wunderlich
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Where was Fritz Wunderlich from?

Kusel, GermanyFritz Wunderlich / Place of birthKusel is a town in the Kusel district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. It is the seat of the Kusel-Altenglan Verbandsgemeinde and is also the district seat.
The well-known operatic tenor Fritz Wunderlich was born in Kusel. Wikipedia

What does Wunderlich mean?

German: nickname for an eccentric or moody person, from Middle High German wunderlich ‘odd’, ‘capricious’, ‘unpredictable’ (a derivative of wunder, Old High German wundar ‘puzzle’, ‘marvel’).

What is a lyric tenor voice?

The lyric tenor is a warm graceful voice with a bright, full timbre that is strong but not heavy and can be heard over an orchestra. Lyric tenors have a range from approximately the C one octave below middle C (C3) to the D one octave above middle C (D5).

What type of tenor is Fritz Wunderlich?

German lyric tenor
Friedrich “Fritz” Karl Otto Wunderlich (26 September 1930 – 17 September 1966) was a German lyric tenor, famed for his singing of the Mozart repertory and various lieder.

Is Jonas Kaufmann a tenor or baritone?

Jonas Kaufmann is THE tenor of the 21st century. Born on July 10, 1969, in Munich, he began his vocal training at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich.

Is Jonas Kaufmann a tenor?

Jonas Kaufmann, (born July 10, 1969, Munich, West Germany), German opera tenor renowned for his extraordinary technique, his versatility as a performer of German, French, and Italian repertoire, and his charismatic projection of a range of emotions.

How common is the last name Wunderlich?

In the United States, the name Wunderlich is the 8,230th most popular surname with an estimated 2,487 people with that name.

Is Wunderlich a German name?

The surname WUNDERLICH was a German nickname for an eccentric or moody person, derived originally from the German word WUNDERLICH (odd, capricious, unpredictable). It was also adopted as an Ashkenazic Jewish name; probably an anecdotal nickname based on the Yiddish word ‘vunderlekh’ (wonderful, marvellous).