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“Ernestine Schumann-Heink, a Contralto’s Legacy” Digital Archive

https://hampsongfoundation.org/project/ernestine-schumann-heink-a-contraltos-legacy/

In 2012, the Hampsong Foundation awarded a major grant to the Special Collections of the Honnold/Mudd Library to create the digital collection “Ernestine Schumann-Heink, a Contralto’s Legacy.” The Honnold/Mudd Library is the library of The Claremont Colleges in southern California. This grant allowed for the digitization of the music manuscript { … }

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SongFest Program 2013

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/songfest-program-2013/

Program notes and song listings for the following concerts: -Graham Johnson Schubert Master Class Series -SongFest sings America: [email protected] -Composer’s Choice: Libby Larsen -Program Notes from Ben Moore Listings of songs performed in classes about English, Russian, and Spanish art song as well as classes on opera arias, recitative, and { … }

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SongFest Program 2012

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/songfest-program-2012/

Program notes and song listings for the following concerts: -“Traveling Mercies” –A Tribute to William Bolcom and Jane Kenyon, including the world premiere of William Bolcom’s new setting of Kenyon’s poem “Gettysburg: July 1, 1863” Listings of songs performed in classes about Spanish, American, Italian, French, Russian and German art { … }

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MSM Master Class
(March 30, 2010)

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/master-class-march-30-2010/

Thomas Hampson at Manhattan School of Music Mahler Lieder: A Singer’s Perspective for Instrumentalists Miller Recital Hall Manhattan School of Music 130 Claremont Ave. New York, NY 10027 Watch the master class directly below in six parts.

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MSM Master Class
(February 14, 2011)

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/master-class-february-14-2011/

Thomas Hampson at Manhattan School of Music American Song & Gustav Mahler Watch the master class directly below.

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Opera: A Game Without Rules (2012)

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/opera-a-game-without-rules/

This lecture was given in German at the Don Juan Archiv (Vienna) on Dec. 6, 2012. The German version first appeared in the Don Juan Archive Vienna volume Vorträge zum Theater 1, Wien: Hollitzer Wissenschaftsverlag 2013, S. 9–35. This volume also includes texts and images from the production of Don { … }

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Song: Mirror of the World
Program 13
The ’89s

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/song-mirror-of-the-world-program-13-the-89s/

Song: Mirror of the World Radio Series Program 13: The ’89s To sum up the series, we look at the world in three landmark years: 1789, the year of the French Revolution; 1889, the year of the Paris Exposition; and 1989, when the Berlin Wall came down and the AIDS epidemic { … }

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Song: Mirror of the World
Program 10
Forbidden Music, Silenced Voices

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/song-mirror-of-the-world-program-10-forbidden-music-silenced-voices/

Song: Mirror of the World Radio Series Program 10: Forbidden Music, Silenced Voices Germany was the land of classical music’s most glorious achievements, but when Hitler came to power, he banned everything written by Jews. That included acknowledged masters like Mendelssohn and Mahler, and musicians whose reputations never recovered, like Karl { … }

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Song: Mirror of the World
Program 8
The Fin de Siècle

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/song-mirror-of-the-world-program-8-the-fin-de-siecle/

Song: Mirror of the World Radio Series Program 8: The Fin de Siècle Framed by the innovative songs of Charles Ives, this program explores the decadent and tumultuous years surrounding the turn of the 20th century. From a somber work by Brahms to an erotic song by Debussy and a bitter { … }

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Song: Mirror of the World
Program 7
After Wagner

https://hampsongfoundation.org/resource/song-mirror-of-the-world-program-7-after-wagner/

Song: Mirror of the World Radio Series Program 7: After Wagner This program illuminates a cultural world living in the shadow of Richard Wagner, and throws light on how a generation of composers responded to him. We also explore the influence of broader currents, from anti-Semitism to feminism to industrialization, and { … }