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I cherish Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau in the early songs, and Kathleen Ferrier and Bryn Terfel in AoSongs on the Death of ChildrenAo.
Njabulo said: "Winning the Kathleen Ferrier Award is the most exciting thing that could ever have happened in my life.
And so, to conclude my theme, I have a request: Could we hear Kathleen Ferrier singing Schubert's "An Die Musik"?
The names alone call up two generations of music making: Heddle Nash, Kathleen Ferrier, Janet Baker.
My musical education was further advanced by Tudor's Dark Elegies, performed to the recording of Mahler's Kindertotenlieder by Kathleen Ferrier and Bruno Walter.
Among the most moving tributes are those for artists cut down in their prime, such as Kathleen Ferrier, Lucia Popp, and Arleen Auger.
Professor Daniel Hochhauser, Kathleen Ferrier Professor of Medical Oncology, University College London and Consultant in Medical Oncology, University College Hospital, London, UK
It was started in 1944 during the Second World War and celebrated past performers include mezzosoprano Kathleen Ferrier, cellist Julian Lloyd Webber, the Lindsay String Quartet, whose 1974 concert was broadcast by the BBC, and, back in January, violinist Tasmin Little.
Among the legendary musicians it has brought to Huddersfield are Pablo Casals, Artur Rubinstein, Dame Myra Hess, Kathleen Ferrier, Paul Robeson, Benjamin Britten and Peter Pears.
The world-class line up also featured rising young talent including locallyrecruited Joseph Elwy Jones as the Shepherd Boy and North Wales baritone Steffan Lloyd Owen, who is only the second student from the Royal Northern College of Music ever to win the prestigious Kathleen Ferrier Award.
But he'd recreate lovingly the depth of its silence: 'You could hear a bee taking off from Hawarden Airport, you could hear a mouse tap-dancing down in Mold,' and 'after Kathleen Ferrier stops singing, there'll be just the chorus of sheep'.
he went on to become one of the youngest students ever accepted at the Royal College of Music and won the Kathleen Ferrier competition.

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