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  1. Andre Previn – Anthony Michaels-Moore, Frank Lopardo, Barbara Bonney. Herbert Kegel – Leipzig Radio Chorus, Leipzig Radio Symphony Orchestra, Dresden Boys' Choir. Celestina Casapietra, Horst Hiestermann, Karl-Heinz Stryczek. Philips, 1975. Film. Carmina Burana atque imaginibus magicis. 1975, 60 min, Jean-Pierre Ponnelle.

  2. Biografía. André Previn nació en una familia judía de Berlín. Emigró con su familia a los Estados Unidos en 1938 huyendo del régimen nazi. [3] Consiguió la nacionalidad estadounidense en 1943, se estableció en Los Ángeles y comenzó su carrera en 1948 arreglando y componiendo música para películas de Hollywood.

  3. 14/04/2021 · Carl Orff - Carmina Burana - Andre Previn (VBR - V0) 122 MB 2010-07-23 0 1. Klassisk: Carl Orff - Carmina Burana. 85 ...

  4. › name › nm0006238André Previn - IMDb

    André Previn, Music Department: My Fair Lady. German-American pianist, composer, arranger and conductor André George Previn (born Andreas Ludwig Priwin, in Berlin) was for eight decades a hugely influential and prolific figure in jazz, as well as classical and film music. Being Jewish, Previn's family was forced to leave Hitler's Germany in 1939. Hollywood naturally beckoned, since André's ...

  5. André Previn left two concert overtures, several tone poems, 14 concerti, a symphony for strings, incidental music to a British play; a rich trove of chamber music (six violin sonatas, other scores for violin and piano; sonatas for bassoon, cello, clarinet, flute and oboe, each with piano; a waltz for two oboes and piano, three other trios, a string quartet with soprano, a clarinet quintet, a ...

  6. Sylvia McNair (born June 23, 1956) is an American opera singer and classical recitalist who has also achieved notable success in the Broadway and cabaret genres. . McNair, a soprano, has made several critically acclaimed recordings and has won two Grammy A

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