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Kathleen Ferrier

(1912—1953) singer

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Abraham and Isaac

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1 Britten's Canticle II for alto, ten., and pf., text from Chester miracle play, comp. 1952 for Kathleen Ferrier and Peter Pears.

2 Sacred ballad for bar....

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Bruno Walter

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1876–1962)

German-born US conductor, particularly renowned for his interpretations of Mozart, Mahler, Brahms, and Bruckner.

Having made his debut as a pianist at the age...

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Gerald Moore

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(b Watford, 30 July 1899; d Penn, Bucks., 13 March 1987).

English pianist. A pupil of Michael and Mark Hambourg, he began his recital career in 1920, his first recordings ...

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Nancy Evans

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(b Liverpool, 19 March 1915; d Suffolk, 20 Aug 2000).

English mezzo-soprano. She studied in Liverpool with John Tobin, then with Maggie Teyte and Eva de Reusz. She made her ...

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Roy Henderson

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(b Edinburgh, 1899; d Bromley, 2000).

Scottish baritone. Début Queen's Hall, London, 1925 as Zarathustra in Delius's A Mass of Life. Opera début CG 1929 as Donner in Das Rheingold....

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Sir Lennox Randal Francis Berkeley

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(1903–1989)

British composer, knighted in 1974. Berkeley was not in the main tradition of British composers: being partly of French ancestry and having studied with Nadia Boulanger...

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