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Wiener Singverein

With a regular membership that’s entirely amateur, the Vienna Singverein is rolling out a reputation among the finest choral ensembles in the world. Comprised around 200 singers, they have performed beneath the baton of a few of today’s leading conductors, including Gergiev, Ozawa, Boulez, Mehta, Muti, Barenboim, and Koopman. Such …

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Anton Diabelli

Anton Diabelli, a reliable and incredibly productive author of attractive music, is most beneficial known as the writer of the musical idea that another composer made a masterpiece. He was a choir young man in Salzburg Cathedral and it is reputed to experienced lessons with Michael Haydn there. Before he …

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