Martha Angelici (22 May 1907 – 11 September 1973), was a French operatic soprano of Corsican origin, particularly associated with the French lyric repertoire.
Angelici was born in Cargèse. While still very young she moved with her family to Belgium, where she studied voice in Brussels with Alfred Mahy. She began singing on radio for the Belgian, Dutch and Luxembourgian audiences in 1933, and gave her first public concert at the Kurzaal of Ostend in 1934. Her first stage performance was in Marseille, as Mimi in La bohème, in 1936.
1953 – Charpentier – Messe A Six Voix Et Symphonie Assumpta Est Maria – Martha Angelici, soprano, Solange Michel, mezzo-soprano, Jeannine Collad, alto, Jean Archimbaud, conter-tenor,
Jean Giraudeau, tenor, Louis Noguera, bass – Henriette Roget, organ – Chorale des Jeunesses Musicales de France, Louis Martini, director. Recorded in Paris St-Eustache Church, 28–29 April 1953. Pathé DTX 140, Vox PLP-8440, Club National du Disque CND 546.