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e-Book The singing elms: The autobiography of Lauris Elms (Eminent musicians of Australia) download

e-Book The singing elms: The autobiography of Lauris Elms (Eminent musicians of Australia) download

by Lauris Elms

ISBN: 095777902X
ISBN13: 978-0957779020
Language: English
Publisher: Bowerbird Press (2001)
Pages: 296
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Lauris Margaret Elms AM OBE (born 20 October 1931) is an Australian contralto, renowned in opera and lieder

Lauris Margaret Elms AM OBE (born 20 October 1931) is an Australian contralto, renowned in opera and lieder. She was born in Springvale, Victoria, the elder daughter of Harry Britton Elms and Jean (née Halford) and trained with Katherine Wielaert in Melbourne. She first sang with the National Theatre Opera Company in 1952 in The Consul. She had further study in Paris with Dominique Modesti

As a singer, Lauris Elms was appreciated wherever she went .

As a singer, Lauris Elms was appreciated wherever she went - whether in opera in London and Australia or in concert in Israel and New Zealand. When she finally, and with some regret, put a full stop to her career ("Oh, please, Miss Elms, won't you agree to do & again next year?"), Lauris redirected her creative energy into producing this charming and valuable autobiography

Richard Bonynge Lauris Elms has given us an autobiography of endearing frankness. This is the story of a truly Australian career, and Australian by choice.

Richard Bonynge Lauris Elms has given us an autobiography of endearing frankness. as a girl growing up in the country south of Melbourne, a student of violin and a talented painter, she brings the era to life and shows us the provincial music scene with its problems and charms.

The Singing Elms book. As I have a recording of Lauris Elms that I enjoy, I was interested to read her autobiography. I found it to be an interesting and enjoyable read, with fascinating insights into the Australian music scene as well as the experiences of Australian singers overseas. The title, The Singing Elms, accurately reflects the focus of the book, which is very much on Elms's singing career with only limited insights into her personal life, particularly later in the book. Reading between the lines it seemed t As I have a recording of Lauris Elms that I enjoy, I was interested to read her autobiography. She spent the next thirty years as a musical pioneer in Australia singing not only the great warhorses of Handel, Bach and Beethoven, but championing the works of Mah1er and introducing music unknown to Australia for the first time.

Lauris Elms presented lieder recitals with Musica Viva Australia and the ABC throughout Australia between 1960 and 1970. In 2001 she published her autobiography "The Singing Elms: the autobiography of Lauris Elms". In 1961 she was a soloist in Dvořák's Stabat Mater with the South Australian Symphony Orchestra under Karel Ančerl In 1965, she sang with the Sutherland–Williamson Opera Company and then with the Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust and the Australian Opera from 1966 to 1987.

Moffat Oxenbould:The story of Lauris Elms’ great career documents a fascinating period in the musical history . Singing in parts is one of the great joys of choral singing

Moffat Oxenbould:The story of Lauris Elms’ great career documents a fascinating period in the musical history of Austral. Singing in parts is one of the great joys of choral singing. The challenge of singing an independent line and the fulfilling feeling of creating harmony and musical interest is both fun and motivating for singers (of all ages!). But how do you teach that?

Lauris Elms presented Lieder recitals with Musica Viva Australia and the ABC throughout Australia between 1960 and 1970. In 2001 she published her autobiography The Singing Elms: the autobiography of Lauris Elms. In 1961 she was a soloist in Dvořák’s Stabat Mater with the South Australian Symphony Orchestra under Karel Ančerl. Amongst the other soloists was Arnold Matters. In 1988, the University of Sydney awarded her an honorary Doctorate of Music. In 2001 she published her autobiography "The Singing Elms: the autobiography of Lauris Elms"

Lauris Elms presented lieder recitals with Musica Viva Australia and the ABC throughout Australia between 1960 and 1970. In 1961 she was a soloist in Dvořák's Stabat Mater with the South Australian Symphony Orchestra under Karel Ančerl. In 1965 she sang with the Sutherland–Williamson Opera Company and then with the Australian Elizabethan Theatre Trust and the Australian Opera from 1966 to 1987. View version history.

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