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Bonynge

Richard. born 1930, Australian conductor, esp of opera; married to the soprano Joan Sutherland
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Lyric soprano Sally Silver no doubt benefited from Bonynge's expertise, her light flexible voice sweet but never bland and the songs elic-citing a range of vocal colourings and exemplary attention to the text.
** A donation from conductor Richard Bonynge of the operatic scores and parts used by Bonynge during his international conducting career with Dame Joan Sutherland;
But husband and vocal coach Richard Bonynge, 90, and son Adam said: "She'd given a lot of pleasure to a lot of people in a long life."
It was almost as if I was keeping vigil." She said she waited until 4 am, when it was "a decent hour" in Europe, and called Sutherland's husband, conductor Richard Bonynge.
Joining the panel of judges for the first time this year are bassist Kurt Moll, Irish mezzo Ann Murray, opera legend Dame Gwyneth Jones, tenor Giacomo Aragall and conductor Richard Bonynge.
Liberty Richter personnel John Affel and Kathy Bonynge will join World Finer Foods' Emerging Brands Group personnel David Billings, Mark Klarich and Mary Beth DePersio.
With a foreword by Dame Joan Sutherland and Maestro Richard Bonynge. Brighton, England; Portland, OR: Sussex Academic Press, c2003.
In the end, the most helpful source of information and comfort was the clinical breast health nurse, Donna Bonynge, at Sarasota Memorial Hospital, who encouraged me to seek an opinion from an oncologist, gave me pamphlets and basically held my hand through the whole process.
"Since we're a smaller company, we would have trouble getting shelf space in the cookie/cracker aisle on our own, but we go to market through a network of specialty food distributors, and we're usually shelved with specialty crackers, like Carr and Dare," says Kathy Bonynge, senior product manager.
Bonynge has been named president and chief executive officer of CUMC Mortgage Co.
The conductor in this first recording of the work is Richard Bonynge, who has long distinguished himself in the music of this period.
I own a strangely disordered, but in its own way preferable, set of recorded extracts performed in 1964 by Joan Sutherland and Marilyn Horne with Richard Bonynge conducting, but that recording is no longer in print.