Jacobus Vaet

Composer Jacobus Vaet is first mentioned for the rolls of the chapel in Kotrijk in 1543; he’s identified as becoming 13 years of age and accepted like a young man chorister. 3 years later on, his tone of voice broke, but he could transfer towards the University or college of …

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Rita Gorr

Although Belgian by birth and training, mezzo soprano Rita Gorr was seen as a lingering exemplory case of the fantastic French tradition of lyric/dramatic singing. Her huge, powerful device, narrowing in the very best register to a spot that was (generally) just lacking shrillness, was extremely even; simply no abrupt …

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Margarete Klose

Mezzo-soprano Margarete Klose was perhaps one of the most powerful, vocally accomplished performers of her period. The sleekness of sound she created, volcanic in its outpouring, was flawlessly positioned and unfaltering in its uniformity. Of her contemporaries, maybe just Italian mezzo Ebe Stignani may be regarded as comparable. Even taking …

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Jean Cras

Jean Cras was a gifted composer largely known for his chamber functions and opera Polyphème (1912-1918). He could well have accomplished greater fame got he not taken care of a highly effective lifelong profession in the French navy. Certainly, Cras reached the rank of rear-admiral and was embellished many times …

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Georg Hann

Sometimes known as a bass, but really while bass-baritone, Georg Hann possessed the dark, biting shade to complement the weightiness of several true basses. His luxurious stage personality frequently led him into caprice as he forced and drawn the music about, creating riveting characterizations that not really infrequently veered in …

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Capella Alamire

Innovator Peter Urquhart, a pupil at Harvard School founded renaissance vocal group Capella Alamire at Cambridge, MA, in 1984. Urquhart was focusing on his dissertation about Franco-Flemish Renaissance composers and required several performers to fine-tune a few of his principles about functionality practice in enough time of Josquin. Originally composed …

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Corey Cerovsek

Corey Cerovsek is a uncommon variety of musician: his technique and interpretive abilities place him among the best violinists of his generation and his precocity while a kid and teenager allowed him to accomplish phenomenal success while students and performer, the type of success that elicits awe and utterances of …

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Frank Mandel

b. 31 Might 1884, California, USA, d. 20 Apr 1958, LA, California, USA. Mixed up in theatre before Globe Battle I, Mandel was known chiefly for his composing. In 1912 he and Helen Build modified Our Wives from the initial German play, Jugenfreude, by Ludwig Fulda. In 1914 Mandel and …

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Fairy Fore

Fairy Fore were a appealing Japanese rock-band that mixed the happy-go-lucky atmosphere of J-pop using the musical stylistics of visible kei. The group was around for a long time, and had attained a amount of identification, but didn’t have the ability to hold a well balanced lineup and folded after …

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John Nelson

The American conductor John Wilton Nelson was created the day prior to the attack on Pearl Harbor, to American missionaries surviving in Costa Rica. He was raised with considerable contact with spiritual vocal music. He’s still most highly identified along with his curiosity about, and functionality of, main choral-orchestral sacred …

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