Mackerras


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Mackerras

Charles. born 1925, Australian conductor, esp of opera; resident in England
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Mackerras's string players use portamento as Elgar's did and swoop upwards in a single smooth glide which adds extra impetus.
In addition to this sizeable collection, Mackerras also recorded Janacek's Sarka.
Celebrated Australian conductor Charles Mackerras (1925-2010) was known throughout his long career for his probing musicianship and insightful performances of works by Ludwig van Beethoven, Benjamin Britten, George Frideric Handel, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Giacomo Puccini, Arthur Sullivan, and Giuseppe Verdi.
(8.00pm) Charles Mackerras conducts the BBC Philharmonic and BBC Singers in a concert marking 75 years since the deaths of Delius, Elgar and Holst.
BBC Proms 2009 (8.00pm) Charles Mackerras conducts the BBC Philharmonic and BBC Singers in a concert marking 75 years since the deaths of Delius, Elgar and Holst.
Sir Charles Mackerras, a renowned Mozartian, directed a performance in which his attention to every nuance and detail was remarkable and from his reduced WNO orchestral forces, a sound of 18th century authenticity.
It will be conducted by WNO's conductor emeritus and former music director, Sir Charles Mackerras, a renowned expert in Mozart interpretation.
Mackerras (emeritus, international business and Asian studies, Griffith U., Australia) presents a text designed for use in undergraduate-level courses on Chinese history.
On the other hand, conductor Charles Mackerras, who recently won two BBC Music Magazine awards, is up for male artist of the year and the critics award.
She will also be the first instrumentalist to receive the honour since it was instigated, the others being conductor Sir Charles Mackerras, tenor Bryn Terfel and composer Judith Weir.
Alfred Bendel, piano; Sir Charles Mackerras, Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
Frasca, Craig Latrell, Ruru Li, Colin Mackerras, Sreenath K.