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started teaching in 1964, was appointed professor of the Musikhochschule of Graz in 1971, and of the Wiener Musikakademie in 1982.
Els Bongers studied voice at the Sweelinck Conservatory Amsterdam with Margreet Honig and Jan-Hendrik Rootering, where she received her diploma in 1993. She took master classes with Elly Ameling and Kurt
He performed in 1965 the tenor arias in an early recording of Nikolaus Harnoncourt of Bach's "St John Passion", with Kurt
as the Evangelist and Max van Egmond as the vox Christi (voice of Christ).
From 1979 to 1982, the Salzburg Festival showed a new staging by Dieter Dorn, settings and costumes by Jürgen Rose, again conducted by Karl Böhm, with a cast headed by Hildegard Behrens and James King, with Trudeliese Schmidt, Edita Gruberová, Walter Berry, Kurt
, Murray Dickie and Olivera Miljaković.
(born 13 June 1929 in Vienna) is an Austrian classical tenor in opera and concert, known for recording works of Johann Sebastian Bach with Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Helmuth Rilling, a member of the Vienna State Opera as a tenor buffo from 1957 until 1983.
was an alto soloist of the Wiener Sängerknaben. At the Austrian State Academy for Music and Art in Vienna he studied music theory, harp and singing with Adolf Vogel. He was a member of the Wiener Akademie Kammerchor from 1945.
Bernhard Landauer was born in Innsbruck. Following his first concert and stage experience as soprano soloist with the Wilten Boys' Choir (Innsbruck), Landauer studied voice at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna under Helene Karusso and Kurt
. He received further training from Karl-Heinz Jarius in Frankfurt.
Ablinger-Sperrhacke studied at the University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna with Gerhard Kahry (voice) and Kurt
(Lied/oratorio). After first fest-contracts at Landestheater Linz (1993–1995), Theater Basel (fest-contract during season 1995/96, afterwards as guest singer till 1999/2000) and Staatstheater am Gärtnerplatz Munich (1996–1998) he has worked as a free-lance artist since 1998.
Villisech performed in 1965 the bass arias in the pioneering recording of Nikolaus Harnoncourt of Bach's "St John Passion", with Kurt
as the Evangelist and Max van Egmond as the vox Christi (voice of Christ). In the Harnoncourt recordings of Monteverdi's operas, he appeared as Plutone in "L'Orfeo", alongside Rotraud Hansmann as Euridice and Lajos Kozma as Orfeo.
Gerd Türk received his first musical training as a choir boy at the cathedral of Limburg. He studied in Frankfurt and then at the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis with Richard Levitt and René Jacobs, continuing in master classes with Ernst Haefliger and Kurt
After graduating from Stiftsgymnasium Melk Haselböck studied with Rita Streich at the Vienna Music Academy and continued at the Hochschule für Musik Detmold, with Ingeborg Ruß, finishing with diplomas for both performing and vocal education. She received further vocal training by Brigitte Fassbaender, Sena Jurinac, Marjana Lipovšek, Christa Ludwig and Eva Randová, and took master classes with Kurt
, Kurt Widmer and Edith Sélig-Papée.
He accompanied the winners of the Lieder prize at the 1989 Cardiff Singer of the World competition, and at the 1990 Elly Ameling Award. He has accompanied at masterclasses at the Britten-Pears School in Snape for Dame Joan Sutherland, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Suzanne Danco, Ileana Cotrubaș and Kurt
. He presented his own series at St Johns Smith Square of the complete songs of Debussy and Poulenc and a major Britten series at Wigmore Hall (both broadcast by the BBC).
In 1976, again Karl Böhm conducted a new Vienna State Opera production, this time designed and staged by Filippo Sanjust, with Gundula Janowitz as Ariadne, James King als Bacchus, Agnes Baltsa as composer and Edita Gruberová as Zerbinetta, supported by Erich Kunz, Walter Berry, Heinz Zednik, Barry McDaniel, Kurt
, Axelle Gall and Sona Ghazarian. Janowitz sang the Ariadne 48 times in Vienna, followed by Lisa Della Casa (40 performances), Anni Konetzni (34), Maria Jeritza (33), Leonie Rysanek (30), Lotte Lehmann (25), Gwyneth Jones (14), Maria Reining and Anna Tomowa-Sintow (both 12 performances each), Christel Goltz and Claire Watson (both 10).
Starting in the early 1950s, she recorded works by Bach, including his "Magnificat", conducted by Felix Prohaska, with Mimi Coertse, Anton Dermota, Frederick Guthrie. Hermann Scherchen, who was known for contemporary music, conducted Bach's solo cantatas "Schlage doch, gewünschte Stunde, BWV 53", and "Widerstehe doch der Sünde, BWV 54", and in 1953 the "St Matthew Passion", with the Wiener Akademie-Kammerchor, the Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera, Hugues Cuénod (Evangelist), Heinz Rehfuss (vox Christi), Magda László, Petre Munteanu and Richard Standen, and the young Kurt
as the second witness. She also recorded the Passion with Mogens Wöldike, with Uno Ebrelius as the Evangelist, Hans Braun (vox Christi), Teresa Stich-Randall, Waldemar Kmentt and Walter Berry. She recorded three Bach cantatas with Michael Gielen, two others with Prohaska, six with Scherchen and two with Wöldike.
Since her retirement from the stage she has worked in Augsburg as a voice teacher. Her recordings include Mozart's "Die Zauberflöte" and Wagner's "Lohengrin". She sang the soprano part in Helmuth Rilling's 1966 recording of Bach's "drama per musica" "Schleicht, spielende Wellen", BWV 206, alongside Margarethe Bence, Kurt
and Erich Wenk. She appeared as Anna in a 1966 live recording of Marschner's "Hans Heiling", with Hermann Prey in the title role and as Heiling's mother, and Joseph Keilberth conducting choir and orchestra of the WDR. She recorded Beethoven's Missa solemnis with Günter Wand conducting the chorus and orchestra of the Gürzenich in Cologne, alongside Jeanne Deroubaix, Peter Schreier and Günther Morbach. In 1968, she sang the part of the Cardillac's daughter in a recording of Hindemith's "Cardillac", conducted by Keilberth, and with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau in the title role.
The choir became famous by collaboration with Gustav Leonhardt, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Frans Brüggen and Eduard Melkus, among others, recording for Teldec and Archiv Produktion. The choir recorded rarities. In the 1960s it recorded Bach cantatas, with soloists and players who later became famous in the field of historically informed performance, such as tenor Kurt
, bass Max van Egmond, violinist Jaap Schröder, recorder player Frans Brüggen and organist Gustav Leonhardt, among others. In 1990 works by Max Reger including his "Requiem" were recorded in collaboration with the choir of St. Michaelis, soloist Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and the Philharmonisches Staatsorchester Hamburg, conducted by Gerd Albrecht. The choir was invited to music festivals at home and abroad, to almost all countries of Western and Eastern Europe, the Middle East, the United States, Central and Latin America, Southeast Asia, China and Australia.
In 1957 Wallmann returned to the Vienna State Opera to stage "Tosca" (conducted by Herbert von Karajan, and starring Renata Tebaldi), followed in later years by new productions of "Dialogues des Carmelites" (1959; conducted by Heinrich Hollreiser; starring Irmgard Seefried, Ivo Žídek, Elisabeth Höngen, Hilde Zadek, Christel Goltz, Rosette Anday, Anneliese Rothenberger), "Assassinio nella cattedrale" (1960, reviving Wallmann's 1958 La Scala production; conducted by Herbert von Karajan, starring Hans Hotter, Kurt
, Anton Dermota, Gerhard Stolze, Paul Schöffler, Walter Berry, Hilde Zadek, Christa Ludwig), "La forza del destino" (1960; conducted by Dimitri Mitropoulos; starring Antonietta Stella, Giuseppe di Stefano, Ettore Bastianini, Giulietta Simionato), "Turandot" (1961; conducted by Francesco Molinari-Pradelli, starring Birgit Nilsson, Giuseppe di Stefano, Leontyne Price), and "Don Carlos" (1962; conducted by Oliviero de Fabritiis, starring Flaviano Labò, Boris Christoff, Hans Hotter, Sena Jurinac, Eberhard Wächter, Giulietta Simionato).
Van Evera recorded music by Hildegard von Bingen with the ensemble Gothic Voices, conducted by Christopher Page. Their pioneering 1981 album "A Feather on the Breath of God", where she sang solo alongside Emma Kirkby, won several prizes including a Gramophone Award in the category Early-Medieval in 1982–83. She has performed frequently with the singers and players of the Taverner Consort, conducted by Andrew Parrott. They recorded Bach cantatas such as "Christ lag in Todes Banden", BWV 4 and Bach motets. She performed the second soprano part in a 1984 recording of Bach's Mass in B minor, alongside Kirkby, and the first soprano part in a 1989 recording of Bach's Magnificat, together with his "Easter Oratorio". She performed in 1990 in a recording of his "St John Passion" in the last version of 1748. They appeared at The Proms, on 3 August 1985, performing in the Royal Albert Hall Bach's "St Matthew Passion", with Kurt
as the Evangelist and Benjamin Luxon as the vox Christi (voice of Christ). and on 22 July 1991 with Monteverdi's "Vespro della Beata Vergine." In 1994 she appeared with the ensemble as Dido in Purcell's "Dido and Aeneas", with Ben Parry as Aeneas. A reviewer of the recording noted her expressivity: "vocal acting conveys a feeling of physical presence".
After voice studies at the , Gerhard Faulstich was active since 1965 as a concert singer. He made his operatic debut at the in as Leonardo in Wolfgang Fortner's opera "Bluthochzeit". In 1981, he joined the Staatsoper Hannover and the faculty of the Musikhochschule Hannover where he is a professor. At the Staatsoper Hannover he performed among others Papageno in Mozart's "Die Zauberflöte", Tsar Peter in Lortzing's "Zar und Zimmermann", Wolfram in "Tannhäuser", and the title role in Wolfgang Rihm's "Jakob Lenz". In 1982, he sang Bach's "St Matthew Passion", conducted by Erhard Egidi at the Neustädter Kirche, performing the words of Jesus with Lutz Michael Harder as the Evangelist. The same year he recorded the work, conducted by Michel Corboz, alongside Kurt
as the Evangelist. Reviewer Alan Blyth said that Faulstich "takes an unpretentious, conversational approach to the part of Jesus; he is direct and business-like". In 1989, he performed in "Enrico Leone", an opera by Agostino Steffani that had opened the opera house in Hannover in 1689, celebrating 300 years. Faulstich is also noted for his portrayal of Alfonso in Mozart's "Così fan tutte", appearing at La Scala of Milan in 1991 and at the Internationale Maifestspiele Wiesbaden in 1993.
His first recording was in 1955 the bass part of Bach's "Christmas Oratorio" with the Thomanerchor conducted by Günther Ramin. Stämpfli's repertoire includes all the oratorios of Johann Sebastian Bach and more than one hundred Bach cantatas. He recorded especially with the Gächinger Kantorei and Helmuth Rilling, including rarely performed cantatas such as, in 1967, the reconstructed "Entfliehet, verschwindet, entweichet, ihr Sorgen, BWV 249a", also called "Shepherd cantata". Also in 1967 he recorded the bass arias of Bach's "St Matthew Passion" with Hans Swarowsky, the Vienna Academy Chamber Choir and the Wiener Sängerknaben, the Vienna State Symphony Orchestra, Heather Harper and Kurt
singing both the vox Christi and the arias. Jakob Stämpfli recorded Bach cantatas with Karl Ristenpart, also Bach's "Magnificat" and two of Bach's "Missae breves" with Maurice André, trumpet. A review of Bach cantatas recorded with conductor Fritz Werner credits his singing: "The magnificent bass aria, ‘Der alte Drache brennt vor Neid’, in which soloist Jakob Stämpfli is accompanied by timpani and no less than three trumpets, is powerfully conveyed; Stämpfli is in commanding form".
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