Margaret Truman, soprano soloist and the nation's First Daughter, opened with the Dove Sono, a lament for married love lost from the "Marriage of Figaro." The capacity audience at Kiel Opera House rewarded her with four enthusiastic curtain calls.
Margaret Truman at age 10 in 1934, the year her father was elected to the U.S. Senate from Missouri. Two years later, Margaret began singing in the choir at Trinity Episcopal Church in Independence, Mo., the Truman's home town. She began voice lessons at age 16. Post-Dispatch file photo
Could you give me an update on the life of Margaret Truman Daniel? I heard her husband died, and I haven't seen a new book from her in sometime.