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Composer: Arlen, Harold (1905-1986)

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Year of birth1905
Year of death1986
NationalityUnknown
Period20th century
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HalifaxMezzo-Soprano Julie Nesrallah

Mezzo-Soprano Julie Nesrallah
Rossini, Poulenc, Grovlez, Hahn, Grothe, Ravel, Falla, Bizet, Massenet, Hamlisch, Arlen, Bolcom
Julie Nesrallah; Robert Kortgaard

New York CityLeah Crocetto & Mark Markham

© Rebecca Fay
Peebles, Respighi, Poulenc, Rachmaninov, Arlen, Gershwin, Ellington
Leah Crocetto; Mark Markham

Dunster, Somerset'Ration Book Feast': 1940's Popular wartime songs [Includes Lunch 1940's style]

Gershwin, Arlen, Miller, Ives, Trenet, Sherwin, Coward, Porter, Warren, Kern, Rodgers, Kent, Raye
Fleur Barron; Lotte Betts-Dean; Charlotte Hewett; Johan Barnoin
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The Joyce of Music in Seattle

Joyce DiDonato sings at the Seattle Symphony season opener © Carlin Ma
To open the new season, the Seattle Symphony and Ludovic Morlot were joined by star mezzo Joyce DiDonato, whose performance sent listeners over the top and over the rainbow.
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Joyce DiDonato in the Venice of the North

Joyce DiDonato © Simon Pauly
Joyce DiDonato enchants the public of the Amsterdam Concertgebouw with a program of art songs and arias inspired by Venice.
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Jessye Norman in recital: “Hooray for Love!”

Jessye Norman © Carol Friedman
She made cynics swoon and skeptics burst: Jessye Norman, along with pianist Mark Markham, serenaded eager listeners with love songs from the Great American Songbook and 20th-century France.
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Prom 75: DiDonato and Alsop dazzle at the Last Night

Joyce DiDonato and Marin Alsop with the BBC Symphony Orchestra at the Last Night of the Proms  ©  BBC/Chris Christodoulou
The Last Night of the Proms provided a welcome tying-up of the various strands that have permeated this year’s season: British light music, the 60th anniversary of the Coronation, a host of premières and new BBC commissions, and the significant anniversaries of a number of composers (including the big-hitters of the season, Wagner and Britten).
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