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Hogwood

Christopher (Jarvis Haley). born 1941, British harpsichordist, conductor, and musicologist; founder and director of the Academy of Ancient Music from 1973
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In addition to the historical facts and background, and contemporary opinions of Kozeluh and his works, Hogwood provides very useful information relating to the performance of the ornaments and some of the articulation aspects, which may facilitate musicians in the correct rendering of the pieces.
Under Hogwood, the Academy played on period instruments and in period style as discerned from historical research.
40, by Johannes Brahms, edited by Christopher Hogwood.
The list of his pupils reads like a Who's Who of the keyboard world numbering among its ranks players like Bob van Asperen, Christopher Hogwood, Philippe Herreweghe, Alan Curtis, Ton Koopman, Davitt Moroney, Christophe Rousset, Andreas Staier, Skip Sempe and Mahan Esfahani.
The British conductor Christopher Hogwood discovered the composition, of the leading musicians of the Romantic period, whose length is just two minutes, while he was researching manuscripts in the US.
Taking only two readings of the organizational numbers, many years apart, Kaufman created a "middle censorship" bias (Hannan and Freeman 1977; Peters and Hogwood 1988: 121).
In its 35 years the International Istanbul Music Festival hosted honorable conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Sir John Elliot Gardiner, Riccardo Muti, Ton Koopman, William Christie, Howard Griffiths, Valery Gergiev, Christopher Hogwood, Pierre Boulez, Kurt Masur, Mark Minkowski and Jos Collado.
I remember an early meeting at Corsham Street with George Irvine, Mike Murphy, Terry Ellis and Bill Hogwood, where they asked me what I was going to do for the company.
Henry Hogwood landed a cod of 4lb 10oz from Hendon promenade and there have also been one or two cod to 3lb from South Shields pier, Rathouse Corner in the Wear and Seaham Hall beach.
Paulnack served as rehearsal pianist and musical assistant to conductors Sir Charles Groves, Christopher Hogwood, Kurt Masur, Seiji Ozawa, Otto Werner Mueller, and Michael Tilson Thomas.
The public policy literature emphasizes that every policy is based on some theory of cause and effect, and implementation is doomed without a valid causal theory (S&M, 1981, 1983; Hogwood and Gunn, 1984).