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Cistercian Monks of Stift Heiligenkreuz

Based in the Abbey of Stift Heiligenkreuz, in the Vienna woods part of Austria, the Cistercian Monks found the attention from the pop music and classical crossover-buying audience using the launch from the album Chant: Music for the Soul — (the album was entitled Chant: Music for Paradise in Europe) …

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Maria Stader

Blessed having a silvery lyric soprano, true in timbre and beautifully qualified, Maria Stader was struggling to benefit from the opera job she deserved. Just 4’9″ high, she was considered too diminutive to be always a viable number on-stage. Therefore, she was limited to documenting congenial opera tasks and to …

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David Soldier

Soldier’s particular name is David Sulzer (under which name he’s a teacher and lab professional in Columbia University’s Lab of Dopamine Neurotransmission in NEW YORK). Soldier’s music is basically conceptual: for just one latest function — A Thai Elephant Orchestra — he qualified several elephants to improvise on a number …

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Leonard Slatkin

Leonard Slatkin, a fixture from the U.S. symphonic picture, is especially observed for his shows of American, Russian, and Uk music, as well as for his many recordings of Haydn symphonies. He was created into a well-known musical family members: his dad was Felix Slatkin (1915-1963), a St. Louis-born violinist …

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Cesare Siepi

Bass Cesare Siepi was, seeing that mezzo-soprano Giulietta Simionato seen in Lanfranco Rasponi’s reserve THE FINAL Prima Donnas, “the ruler from the bassos, a grand seigneur for the stage.” For 23 periods, he was the Metropolitan Opera’s leading basso cantante, as adept in the style of Mozart’s Don Giovanni and …

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Bruce Russell

This New Zealand Artist and producer was associated with the Soaring Nun label, the indie cult that spawned the Kiwi-Pop sound from the Tall Dwarves, Verlaines, as well as the Chills in the ’80s. During this time period he began to operate Xpressway cassettes, his personal label for skewed songwriters. …

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Thomas Schippers

Thomas Schippers was a talented American conductors and a specific champion from the music of Samuel Barber. He performed at a general public piano recital at age six and was a chapel organist when he was 14. He continuing his piano research in the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia …

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Dave Brubeck

In the 1950s and ’60s, few American jazz artists were as influential, and fewer still were as popular, as Dave Brubeck. At the same time when the cooler noises of West Coastline jazz begun to dominate the general public face from the music, Brubeck demonstrated there is an viewers for …

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Andrea Rost

Andrea Rost gained identification in the 1990s among the world’s leading new lyric sopranos. Her family members was not specifically musical, but, she says, she was generally performing. She copied what she noticed on the air and joined the institution chorus. She was 16 when she initial went to the …

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Roderick Williams

Roderick Williams is a bass who rapidly began establishing an operatic profession in Britain in the mid-’90s. After university or college, Williams was a college music instructor for 3 years while teaching for a full-time profession as a specialist singer. He analyzed the opera program in the Guildhall College of …

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