Ursula Buckel, Deutsche Bachsolisten, Martin Stephani - Georg Friedrich Handel album
Directed By – Martin Stephani. Soprano Vocals – Ursula Buckel.
Deutsche Bachsolisten, Martin Stephani Händel - "Saul": Instrumentalsätze 1. Other listen.
Martin Stephani Handel - "Saul": Instrumentalsaetze 2. (play). Martin Stephani Verdi : Quattro pezzi sacri : IV Te Deum. Martin Stephani Bruckner : Te Deum : I Te Deum. Deutsche Bachsolisten, Martin Stephani Händel - "Saul": Instrumentalsätze 1.
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Ursula Buckel (11 February 1926 – 5 December 2005) was a German soprano singer, known for singing works of Johann Sebastian Bach. Born in Lauscha, Ursula Buckel studied singing in the School of Church Music in Braunschweig in 1947, later with Hans Höfflin in Freiburg and with Ria Ginster in Zürich and in Hilversum. She collaborated regularly with the Zurich Bach Choir, Karl Richter and his Münchener Bach-Chor, Diethard Hellmann and his Mainzer Bach-Chor, and Karl Ristenpart.
Album · 1962 · 8 Songs. Brandenburgisches Konzert No. 1 für Orchester in F Major, BWV 1046a: I. Allegro. Deutsche Bachsolisten & Helmut Winschermann. 3. 1 für Orchester in F Major, BWV 1046a: IV. Menuetto.
Recording Supervisor. Deutsche Bachsolisten. Composed By. Georg Friedrich Händel. More Albums by Georg Friedrich Händel.
The German soprano, Ursula Buckel, appeared in many performances of Bach's masses and cantatas on record and in the concert hall. She was highly regarded as a specialist in the works of Mozart, Haydn, Bach and Monteverdi. Already at the age of 13, Ursula Buckel played the organ in a church of her hometown. High points of her career were an expanded tour in the east and Japan with the Deutsche Bachsolisten under Helmut Winschermann, appearances at the Festivals of Athens in the Amphitheater of the Herodes Atticus, concerts in Israel, where she performed works by the contemporary Swiss composer Franc Martin. In 1958 she sang in Basel a solo part in the premiere of Gilgamesch-Epos by B. Martinù. She appeared on the opera stage only once, in 1970 as Donna Anna in Don Giovanni.
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- Directed By – Martin Stephani
- Soprano Vocals – Ursula Buckel