b. Fredericka Scheff Yarger, 30 August 1879, Vienna, Austria-Hungary, d. 8 Apr 1954, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Scheff’s mom was Hortense Scheff Yarger, soprano with Vienna’s Imperial Opera. She also made an appearance in grand opera prior to going to the united states to try out on Broadway. Scheff is at Babette (1904), by Victor Herbert and Harry B. Smith , where her tracks included ‘Characters I Write All of the Day time’, ‘Become Kind To Poor Pierrot’, ‘Where The Fairest Blossoms Are Blooming’, and a duet with Richie Ling, ‘I’ll Bribe The Celebrities’. She is at BOTH Roses (1904), music by Ludwig Englander, publication and lyrics by Stanislaus Stange. In the meantime, Herbert was therefore impressed that he previously created Mlle. Modiste specifically for her. This opened up on Christmas Day time 1905 in the Knickerbocker Theater where it went for 202 shows. Scheff was also in revivals in 1906, 1907, 1913 and 1929. With music by Herbert and lyrics and libretto by Henry Blossom Jnr. , the tracks sung by Scheff included ‘Hats Make The Female’, ‘The Mascot FROM THE Troop’, ‘The Nightingale AS WELL AS THE Star’ as well as the perennially well-known ‘Kiss Me Once again’. She is at The Prima Donna (1908), another Herbert-Blossom cooperation, singing ‘Fantasy Love (’Twas Just Thinking)’, ‘A Soldier’s Like!’ and ‘Espagnola’. Scheff is at a revival from the Mikado (1910) and performed Rose in The Duchess (1911), with music by Herbert, publication and lyrics by Joseph Herbert and Smith, where her tracks included ‘Cupid Inform Me Why (Like That’s Genuine)’. She is at Pretty Mrs. Smith (1914), that was filmed the next year, and is at the crisis Sherlock Holmes (1928). Scheff toured thoroughly for the vaudeville circuit through the entire past due 10s and 20s and in the 30s was with Billy Rose , showing up in 1939 at his NY World’s Good extravaganza. She was briefly in the 1943 film Follies Gal. In the past due 40s Scheff was back again on Broadway with a job in the play Bravo! (1948). In the first 50s she produced some performances on tv, including many editions from the Ed Sullivan Present, a 1951 creation of Mlle. Modiste (its name extended to Mademoiselle Modiste) starring her in her defining function of Fifi, and a 1953 Armstrong Group Theater production, Recording Time. Quickly before her loss of life, Scheff devote an appearance within a 1954 THAT IS YOUR DAILY LIFE that paid tribute to Mack Sennett.