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Marilyn Horne

Author: James Levine; Nigel Wattis; Marilyn Horne; Martin Katz; Warren Jones
Publisher: Munich, Germany : ArtHaus Musik : licensed worldwide by RM Associates, [20--?]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : PAL color broadcast system : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Marilyn Horne is acclaimed as the finest mezzo soprano of the twentieth century, with a voice known for its brilliant sound and its extraordinary range. Her career has spanned everything from grand opera to light entertainment and pirate recordings of pop singles. ... Horne's greatest contribution to music has been in developing and popularising the mezzo soprano repertoire of composers such as Rossini and she was  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Excerpts, Arranged
Named Person: Marilyn Horne; Marilyn Horne
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: James Levine; Nigel Wattis; Marilyn Horne; Martin Katz; Warren Jones
OCLC Number: 223480197
Language Note: French, German and Spanish language subtitles ; English, French, German and Spanish menu languages.
Notes: Copyright 1994.
Region 2 and 5 DVD.
Dolby digital stereo sound recording system ; PAL colour recording system.
Aspect ratio: 1:1,78 (4:3).
Catalogued from container.
Performer(s): Marilyn Horne, mezzo soprano ; Warren Jones, Martin Katz, James Levine, piano.
Description: 1 videodisc (DVD) (52 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet (13 p. : ill. ; 18 cm.)
Other Titles: Marilyn Horne :
Responsibility: produced and directed by Nigel Wattis.

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"Marilyn Horne is acclaimed as the finest mezzo soprano of the twentieth century, with a voice known for its brilliant sound and its extraordinary range. Her career has spanned everything from grand opera to light entertainment and pirate recordings of pop singles. ... Horne's greatest contribution to music has been in developing and popularising the mezzo soprano repertoire of composers such as Rossini and she was the first non-Italian ever to win the coveted Rossini Medal, honouring her as the greatest singer in the world. In the year of her sixtieth birthday, this programme looks back over Marilyn Horne's long and remarkable career, celebrating her formidable achievemnts and giving an insight into her unique talent."--Container. Includes "Special feature" Arthaus Musik trailer (8 min.).

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