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Sheila Armstrong

British soprano Sheila Armstrong primarily produced her name in her personal country, but mainly with work by Italians. Her specialties had been Rossini and Donizetti, aswell as Mozart. She was even more flexible than that, though, within a specific stylistic range. Armstrong discovered achievement in Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas (where …

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WDR Orchestra, Köln

The Cologne Radio Orchestra was founded in 1947 from the Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunk Hamburg network. In 1956, the orchestra arrived beneath the aegis from the Westdeutscher Rundfunk. The orchestra has already established a recognized roster of conductors, including Christoph von Dohnányi (1964 – 1969), Zdenek Macal (1970 – 1974), Hiroshi Wakasugi …

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Antonio Literes

This bass violist and bassist (for the royal choir and royal chapel respectively) in Madrid, was touted as the best author of the Spanish court. His name was produced at courtroom from his zarzuelas “Accis y Galatea,” “Jupiter y Danae,” and “Los elementos.” Due to his popularity Literes was commissioned …

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Gitta Alpar

b. Gitta Alpár, 5 Feb 1900, Budapest, Hungary, d. 17 Feb 1991, LA, California, USA. After gathering popularity as an opera vocalist, Alpar produced some films, generally in minor assignments, sometimes within a cameo being a vocalist. In the first 30s we were holding made in European countries, afterwards also …

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Adagio

Shaped in 2005, Hungarian vocal trio Adagio (Balczó Peter, Homonnay Zsolt, and Nagy Sándor) mix traditional elements with some classical crossover. Their 2007 record, Erintes, cracked the very best Five within their home country’s graph that year.

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Christoph Bernhard

A German composer, singer, theoretician and instructor who kept positions in Dresden and Hamburg. Bernhard’s styles of composition consist of many sacred functions, people, motets, and concertos. A assortment of his concertos was “Geistliche Harmoniem,” mainly biblical texts created in German for you to four vocal parts with two violins …

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Esaias Reusner

Reusner was a significant shape in German lute structure through the middle of the seventeenth hundred years; the past due Renaissance and Early Baroque. He worked well in Silesia prior to going to Berlin in 1674 getting the lutenist for the electoral courtroom. Reusner made up two quantities of instrumental …

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Lorenzo Allegri

Lorenzo Allegri was an associate from the Medici music artists. He was known as a professional from the lute but mainly constructed dances with an intermittent vocal piece. He gathered a few of his suites in “Primo libro delle musiche” (Initial Reserve of Music) including extant functions such as for …

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Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Chorus

Founded like a moderate youth orchestra in 1945, the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra created in four decades into probably one of the most refined of America’s regional orchestras. Its recordings for Telarc early in the digital period managed to get the darling of audiophiles and by the finish from the 20th …

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Cornelius Freundt

A composer who preserved positions as the Kantor at Bornau, Kantor of St Marien, and instructor at the institution of Zwickau. A lot of the music Freundt constructed were tracks for the cathedral, Xmas music and wedding ceremony songs. His Xmas songs remained an integral part of the staple functions …

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