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A prominent figure with an a typical rich and varied career, Barbara Hendricks gave the world a unique discography ,the largest part f which was recorded for EMI Classics. This summer EMI classics releases 100 Best Barbara Hendricks - over six hours of recorded music that celebrates the work and career of this cherished artist.
Since her debuts in San Francisco and then in Grance at Aix-en-Provence Festival, Barbara Hendrcks's fruity voice has illuminated the repertoire she always defended with grace and passion: French songs and German Lieder, the greatest pages of symphonic or sacred music or the roles that have marked her stage career and discography. Not only has her talent and unique voice, made Barbara the exceptional musician she is today; her charisma, her radiant and natural beauty, intelligence, sense of civic responsibility have earned her great affection from both the public and media.
100 Best Barbara Hendricks feature some of the best artist in classical music supporting Barbara Hendricks including Sir Neville Marriner, Eric Ericson, and Herber von Karajan. The repertoire is spread out into 6-CD containing the best of her chamber music, melodies, and voice for everyone to enjoy.
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Contemporary Bassoon Works - Westby, etc / Hannevold, et al
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Arie Antiche - songs by Caccini, Strozzi, Blow, Purcell, Notari, Sacacini, Lawes, Carissimi et al. / Emma Kirkby, soprano
Bach: Cantatas for Pentecost BWV 34, 74 & 172 / Zuber, Keckelmann, Pohlers, Genz, Petzold, Decker
Prokofiev: Symphony No. 5; The Year 1941 / Marin Alsop
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