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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.
Born into a music-loving family, she went to the Royal Academy of Music, won a coveted Kathleen Ferrier Award in 1979, became a principal soprano at English National Opera, won a CBE for services to music and became a well-known figure on television by dint of her voice and bubbly personality.
Among others featured are Gothic revivalist Augustus Pugin, who helped redesign Parliament after it was destroyed by fire in 1834, wartime secret agent Odette Hallowes and opera star Kathleen Ferrier.
She was placed first in the Kathleen Ferrier Memorial Scholarship last weekend at London's Wigmore Hall.
Early in her career, she was sometimes compared to the two great contraltos of mid-century, Kathleen Ferrier and Marian Anderson.
I auditioned them all recently to see how they're getting on, and there's one 15 year-old who sounds like Kathleen Ferrier.
Hughes Jones started his singing career as a baritone and in 1992 won the coveted Kathleen Ferrier Competition before his triumph at the Welsh Singers Competition two years later.
He became the first singer outside of London to win the prestigious Kathleen Ferrier Society Bursary for Young Singers and also clinched a role in the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra's production of Carmen.
The life story of singer Kathleen Ferrier will be celebrated at Whitby Pavilion at 12.
His first big break came when he won the Kathleen Ferrier Award in 1988, followed by the Cardiff Singer of the World Lieder Prize one year later.
But the former head boy won the Kathleen Ferrier Society Bursary for Young Singers and a place at Birmingham Conservatoire.

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