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Elly Ameling - Soirée Française

Elisabeth Sara "Elly" Ameling (born 8 February 1933, Rotterdam) is a Dutch soprano.

She studied with Bodi Rapp, Jo Bollekamp, Sem Dresden and Jacoba Dresden-Dhont and later French art song with Pierre Bernac. She won the first prize during the Vocal Concours in 's-Hertogenbosch in Holland (1956) and the Concours International de Musique in Geneva (1958).

After her professional début as a concert singer in Rotterdam in 1953, she performed for more than forty years in virtually every major cultural centre in the world. Her frequent appearances with the leading international orchestras and conductors (SirBernard Haitink, Rafael Kubelík, Carlo Maria Giulini, Benjamin Britten, Seiji Ozawa, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Kurt Masur, Sir Neville Marriner, Karl Münchinger, André Previn, Edo de Waart among others) established her as one of the greatest singers of our age.

She made her career mainly as a concert and lieder singer with some excursions into opera (Mozart, Haydn) and became world-renowned for her recitals of French and German songs and for her superlative interpretive gifts. She is equally at home inchamber music, orchestral music, operas, and oratorios. She made her U.S. recital debut at New York's Lincoln Center in 1968 and her opera debut in 1974 as Ilia in Mozart's Idomeneo in Washington, D.C. In 1974, Ameling also performed for the Peabody Mason Concert series in Boston.[1]

Contemporary works, particularly by her countrymen Bertus van Lier and Robert Heppener, are also part of her large repertoire. Ameling has recorded more than 150 albums and has won many coveted recording prizes, including The Edison Award, theGrand Prix du Disque and the Preis der deutschen Schallplattenkritik. For her services to music, Dr. Ameling has been awarded four honorary degrees and has been knighted, in 1971, by Her Majesty the Queen of The Netherlands for her services to music (the Orde van Oranje Nassau) and in 2008 she received the highest civil decoration in the Netherlands, the Order of the Netherlands Lion.

From Wikipedia

01. Debussy- Beau Soir
02. Debussy- Mandoline
03. Faure- Apres un reve
04. Gounod- Chanson de printemps
05. Poulenc- C'est ainsi que tu es
06. Canteloube- Bailero
07. Canteloube- O up!
08. Roussel- Reponse d'une epouse sage, Op. 35 no.2
09. Messiaen- La fiancee perdue
10. Chausson- Le temps des lilas
11. Faure- Soir, Op. 83 no.2
12. Faure- Mandoline, Op. 58 no.1
13. Caplet- Le corbeau et le renard
14. Honegger- Trois Chansons
15. Franck- Nocturne
16. Bizet- Chanson d'avril
17. Duparc- Romance de Mignon
18. Satie- Ludions


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