Elly Ameling

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Elisabeth Sara Ameling, known as Elly Ameling, born February 8, 1933 in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, is a Dutch soprano. She studied with Bodi Rapp and Pierre Bernac. Her career started when she won the first prize during the Vocal Concours in 's-Hertogenbosch in Holland (1956) and the Concours International de Musique in Geneva (1958). She made her career mainly as a concert and lieder singer with some excursions into opera and became world-renowned for her recitals of French and German songs and for her superlative interpretive gifts. Read more on Last.fm

Gabriel Fauré; Elly Ameling, Gérard Souzay
Mélodies/Lieder
Album (2005)
Thijs van Leer en Elly Ameling
In De Grote Kerk Te Monnickendam
Album (1992)
Claude Debussy; Elly Ameling, Mady Mesplé, Michèle Command, Frederica von Stade, Gérard Souzay & Dalton Baldwin
Debussy: Intégrale des Mélodies
Album (1991)
Franz Schubert; Elly Ameling, Graham Johnson
The Hyperion Schubert Edition, Volume 7: Schubert in 1815 I
Album (1990)
Franz Schubert; Elly Ameling, Dalton Baldwin
Lieder: Ave Maria, etc.
Album (1990)
Johann Sebastian Bach
Vier weltliche Kantaten
Album (1990)
Joseph Haydn; Elly Ameling, Werner Krenn, Tom Krause, Karl Münchinger
Die Schöpfung
Album (1990)
George Frideric Handel; Sir Neville Marriner, Academy of St Martin in the Fields & Academy of St. Martin in the Fields Chorus, Elly Ameling, Anna Reynolds, Philip Langridge, Gwynne Howell
Messiah
Album (1989)
Johann Sebastian Bach; Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Eugen Jochum
Weihnachts-Oratorium
Album (1988)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Wiener Philharmoniker, Chor der Wiener Staatsoper, István Kertész, Elly Ameling, Marilyn Horne, Ugo Benelli, Tugomir Franc
Requiem in D minor
Album (1988)
Edvard Grieg; Elly Ameling, San Francisco Symphony & San Francisco Symphony Chorus, Edo de Waart
Peer Gynt
Album (1984)
Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy; Elly Ameling, San Francisco Symphony, Edo de Waart
Ravel: Shéhérazade / Debussy: La Damoiselle élue
Album (1982)