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Heather Harper – Wikipedia

Heather Harper CBE (born 8 May 1930) is an operatic soprano from Northern Ireland. She was born in Belfast, where she received her early musical training. She studied piano at the Trinity College of Music in London, with voice as a second subject.

Heather Harper (Soprano) – Short Biography

Heather Harper (Soprano) Born: May 8, 1930 – Belfast, Ireland The distinguished Irish soprano, Heather (Mary) Harper, was born and trained in Belfast. She was trained as a concert pianist at Trinity College of Music in London, taking singing as a second subject.

Heather Harper | Biography & History | AllMusic

Heather Harper, one of the most recorded singers of her time, made an extraordinary transition from a lyric soprano in the English pastoral tradition to a spinto-weight artist of great power and authority.

Heather HARPER (born March 8, 1930), British singer, opera

Background HARPER, Heather was born on May 8, 1930 in Belfast. Daughter of Hugh and Mary Eliza Harper. Education She studied piano at the Trinity College of Music in London, with voice as a …

Heather Harper (soprano) (page 1 of 12) | Presto Classical

Heather Harper (soprano), Philip Langridge (tenor), John Shirley-Quirk (bass-baritone), Martyn Hill (tenor) Choristers of St Paul`s Cathedral, London Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Richard Hickox. Britten’s War Requiem is the composer’s most public statement of his pacifism.

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Heather Harper CBE (born 8 May 1930) is a operatic soprano from Northern Ireland.. She was born in Belfast, where she received her early musical training. She studied piano at the Trinity College of Music in London, with voice as a second subject.

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Heather Harper, one of the most recorded singers of her time, made an extraordinary transition from a lyric soprano in the English pastoral tradition to a spinto-weight artist of great power and authority.

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Heather Harper Soprano – Classical Archives

Sir Colin Davis Conductor, Anne Pashley Soprano, Chorus of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden Chorus/Choir, Elizabeth Bainbridge Mezzo-Soprano, Forbes Robinson Bass, Heather Harper Soprano, John Dobson Tenor, John Lanigan Tenor, Jon Vickers Tenor, Jonathan Summers Baritone, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden Orchestra, Patricia

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Delius, Frederick Teodore Albert – Requiem for soprano, baritone, double chorus and orchestra Handel, George Frideric – Opera `Orlando` (1733) HWV 31 Handel, George Frideric – Oratorio `Choice of Hercules` HWV 69 Handel, George Frideric – Oratorio `Judas Maccabaeus` (1746) HWV 63 Handel, George Frideric – Oratorio `Messiah` (1741) HWV 56

Handel – Messiah – YouTube

Mar 26, 2015 · Heather Harper, soprano – Helen Watts, alto – John Wakefield, tenor – John Shirley-Quirk, bass London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, Colin Davis conductor Part One Part Two 56:38 Part Three 2:23

Britten: Vocal Works – Warner Classics: 0151642 – 6 CDs

Felicity Palmer (mezzo-soprano), Jane Salmon (cello) & Melvyn Tan (harpsichord) Britten: Seven Sonnets of Michelangelo, Op. 22 Peter Pears (tenor) & Benjamin Britten (piano)

Britten – Les Illuminations for soprano and string

Nov 29, 2010 · Benjamin Britten (1913-1976) Les Illuminations for soprano and string orchestra, Op. 18: Fanfare 0:01 Villes 2:07 Phrase 4:37 Antique 5:45 Royauté 7:50 Written in 1939. Heather Harper, soprano

Heather Harper | Biography, Albums, Streaming Links | AllMusic

Heather Harper, one of the most recorded singers of her time, made an extraordinary transition from a lyric soprano in the English pastoral tradition to a spinto-weight artist of great power and authority

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Heather Harper CBE is an operatic soprano from Northern Ireland.She was born in Belfast, where she received her early musical training. She studied piano at the Trinity College of Music in London, with voice as a second subject.