Maria Anna Adamberger
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|Maria Anna Adamberger|
|Born||23 October 1752|
|Died||5 November 1804(aged 52)|
Maria Anna Adamberger (October 23, 1752 – November 5, 1804), born Jaquet, was an Austrian actress. She was known for her roles in various comedies, while her sister Katharina Adamberger preferred tragic roles. Heinrich Joseph von Collin and other poets have composed pieces about her.
She was also the daughter of Austrian court actor Mario Jaquet, spouse of operatic tenor Valentin Adamberger and mother of actress Antonie Adamberger. In 1786 she starred alongside her husband as Madame Vogelsang in the original production of Mozart's singspiel Der Schauspieldirektor.
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