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Lind, Jenny (Madame Otto Goldschmidt) (1820-87), a celebrated public singer, "the Swedish nightingale," was trained under Garcia at Paris, and was first successful in Berlin (1845), and subsequently in her native city, Stockholm. She appeared at Covent Garden first in 1847. In 1852 she went to the United States, and there married. After an extensive tour she returned to England and settled. In her later years she seldom sang in public, but trained the female voices in her husband's Bach choir.