The Queen of the Café-Cantante tradition in Brazil, Bleuette reigned in the Alcazar Parque (at Rio's famous Bohemian borough of Lapa) in 1900-1. Having debuted in 1890 at the Bijou Concert in Toulouse (France), and having performed, always with high success, in Vienna (Austria), Berlin (Germany), Budapest (Czech Republic), Russia and Buenos Aires (Argentina), Bleuette was anxiously awaited even before she reached Brazil, preceded by the fame of her elegance, of her heavenly and hellish smile and, of course, of the Parisian chansonettes of her repertory. Accompanied by the Alcazar orchestra conducted by A. Capitani, Bleuette confirmed her talented interpretations, praised by unanimous reviews and noisily saluted by a huge host of inebriated fans.
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by Alvaro Neder

The Queen of the Café-Cantante tradition in Brazil, Bleuette reigned in the Alcazar Parque (at Rio's famous Bohemian borough of Lapa) in 1900-1. Having debuted in 1890 at the Bijou Concert in Toulouse (France), and having performed, always with high success, in Vienna (Austria), Berlin (Germany), Budapest (Czech Republic), Russia and Buenos Aires (Argentina), Bleuette was anxiously awaited even before she reached Brazil, preceded by the fame of her elegance, of her heavenly and hellish smile and, of course, of the Parisian chansonettes of her repertory. Accompanied by the Alcazar orchestra conducted by A. Capitani, Bleuette confirmed her talented interpretations, praised by unanimous reviews and noisily saluted by a huge host of inebriated fans.