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  • Sept 17

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    Birthdays:

    Vincenzo Tommasini  (1864), Désiré-Émile Inghelbrecht (1880), Hendrik Franciscus Andriessen (1892), Cuthbert Morton Girdlestone (1895), Sir Frederick Ashton (1904), Isang Yun (1917)

     

    Losses:

    Hildegard von Bingen (1179), Franz Xaver Süssmayr (1803), Giuseppe Moneta (1806), Henri Hamal  (1820), Francesco Pollini (1846), Ignaz Brüll (1907), Alejandro Casona (1965), Fritz Wunderlich (1966), Oszkár Kálmán (1971), Krešimir Baranović (1975), Nicola Moscona (1975), András Kórodi (1986), Hilde Gueden (1988)

    LloevendieMS

    Special Mention:

    Theo Loevendie

    (* Sept 17, 1930)

    84th birthday

    www.theoloevendie.com

     

    HermannPoll

    Special Mention:

    Roland Hermann

    (* Sept 17, 1936)

    78th birthday

     

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    Special Mention:

    John-Paul Bogart

    (* Sept 17, 1952)

    62nd birthday

     

    MartinesMS

    Special Mention:

    Miguel Ángel Gómez Martínez

    (* Sept 17, 1949)

    65th birthday

    www.miguelgomezmartinez.net

    GriffithMS

    Special Mention:

    David Griffith

    (* Sept 17, 1939)

    75th birthday

     

     

     

     

     

     

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                                  Sept 17

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     … The voice is lovely to the point of being glorious, the range is very high, and tonally it is a solid column of sound from top to bottom. The musicality was immaculate, and was said to be so by virtually everyone at the time. It’s just perfect singing.  “

    WunderlichQuote www.fritz-wunderlich-ges.com

    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf
    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf
    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

                                                   -  Opera enthusiast Edmund St Austell, about Fritz Wunderlich  (Sept 26, 1930 – Sept 17, 1966) www.wunderlichmedien.de


    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf
    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf
    Whether you are working on an opera or on a play, you’re still going through process and how you work is still the same: talking to people and finding the characters and finding the meaning and how it manifests itself whether through song or through speech.” – See more at: http://newcitystage.com/2012/02/15/life-upon-the-wicked-stage-director-francesca-zambello-on-why-show-boat-remains-relevant/#sthash.rHaI2jUx.dpuf

     


     

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