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  1. #51
    ^ Yes, mouths shut.


  2. #52
    When Glennie performed here, whispers went round the back stalls that she was no stranger to adultery and, indeed, another Ivo Pogorelich! —





    Evelyn Glennie's Marriage Has Collapsed amid Bitter Allegations of Adultery, Tantrums and Extraordinary Egomania
    http://www.highbeam.com/doc/1G1-103409963.html
    Last edited by pat grimshaw; January 4th, 2014 at 06:43 PM.

  3. #53
    The American/Jewish man committing adultery with the female drummer mentioned above said—

    Female violinists should also cover their arms. "You don't want to see too much flapping about," he said. "Then there's the problem of women in trousers. If you're slightly heavy in the rear end department, it does not look too good"

    http://www.theguardian.com/uk/2000/a...fiachragibbons

  4. #54

  5. #55
    Yes, quod erat demonstrandum.

  6. #56
    Dejavudoo
    Guest

    Re: Classical music and diversity

    http://artsbeat.blogs.nytimes.com/20...ype=blogs&_r=0

    Excerpted:

    Quote Originally Posted by A. Tommasini
    As my two-week project to identify the top 10 composers in history has been rolling out, I have been wondering whether any readers would write in asking why no female composers are under consideration. Few have even been mentioned as long-shot contenders.

    Well, some strong advocates of female composers have now spoken up, especially Elizabeth M. Williams, who proposed that, at the very least, there might be a separate, female top 10 project. Among the candidates she proposed, excluding living composers, are Fanny Mendelssohn, Clara Schumann, Amy Beach, Ruth Crawford Seeger and more.

    The sad truth is that until relatively recent decades, women have had severely limited opportunities within all the arts, especially music and, even more, composition. Some of the prejudice stemmed from the deep-seated male chauvinism of Western culture. Mozart’s older sister Nannerl, for example, though not as talented as Wolfgang (has anyone been as talented as our Wolfgang?), was an accomplished prodigy who was initially sent on showcase tours with her brother. If the conditions for women had been more favorable, Nannerl might have been encouraged to continue with music and become a professional. Instead, once she grew out of the cute little girl prodigy stage, she was directed on a path toward marriage. She eventually settled down with a twice-widowed Austrian prefect who had five children, and she lived to 78 (while her high-stressed brother died at 35).

    But the main reason, I think, that there were so few female composers during the glory centuries of classical music is that composers depend on performing musicians and ensembles to play their works, and until relatively recent times, musicians, ensembles and musical institutions were overwhelmingly male.
    Last edited by Dejavudoo; January 19th, 2014 at 04:45 AM.

  7. #57
    Dejavudoo
    Guest

    Re: Classical music and diversity

    And some specifics: http://www.autostraddle.com/ladies-o...erwise-141391/

    Quote Originally Posted by Rose
    everal centuries later, Venice, Italy was the center of the music world, where new genres of vocal music developed during the late Renaissance and early baroque periods — the late 16th and 17th centuries. During this time, another notable woman composer came on to the scene: Barbara Strozzi (1619-1677).

    Strozzi was lucky that, unlike most women, she was encouraged in her musical talents by her adopted father, Giulio Strozzi, a writer who was able to introduce her to Venice’s intellectual elite. She was trained and performed as a singer and studied with important composers of the day, such as Francesco Cavalli, one of the early Venetian composers of the then-new genre known as opera. She was one of the most prolific vocal music composers of her time, writing hundreds of music in both traditional genres like madrigals and motets, and in the new genre of the cantata, where she was a pioneer.



    Giulio Strozzi’s proto-feminist sensibilities garnered Barbara an opportunity that would be closed to most women composers for centuries: getting published. She published eight collections of her vocal works between 1644 and 1664, seven of which survive. She likely sang a number of her works in academic meetings at her father’s music school, the Accademia degli Unisoni, and in private performances and social gatherings at the family home among various members of the Venetian high society. Renowned for both her poetry and her music, Strozzi was a woman ahead of her time — far ahead of her time, as it would still be several centuries before most women could have serious careers as composers.
    To keep to JUB's rule about quoting too extensively, I've not posted others from the web page, but more are listed.

  8. #58
    Dejavudoo
    Guest

    Re: Classical music and diversity

    And a partial list of female composers, whether they were accepted into the male-dominated world of classical orchestras or not:



    Mary Anne à Beckett (1817–1863)
    Keiko Abe (born 1937)
    Rosalina Abejo (1922–1991)
    Lora Aborn (1907–2005)
    Harriett Abrams (1758–1821)
    Ella Adayevskaya (née Schultz) (1846–1926)
    Maria Teresa Agnesi (1720–1795)
    Lejla Agolli (born 1950)
    Graciela Agudela (born 1945)
    Countess Maria Theresia Ahlefeldt (1755–1810)
    Sieglinde Ahrens (born 1936)
    Doris Akers (1923–1995)
    Toshiko Akiyoshi (born 1929)
    Alamanda de Castelnau (fl. second half of 12th century)
    Eleanor Alberga (born 1949)
    Luna Alcalay (1928–2012)
    Amanda Ira Aldridge (1866–1956)
    Vittoria Aleotti (c.1575–after 1620)
    Leni Alexander (1924–2005)
    Liana Alexandra (born 1947)
    Franghiz Ali-Zadeh (born 1947)
    Charlotte Alington Barnard (1830–1869)
    Esther Allan (1914–1985)
    Kristi Allik (born 1952)
    Frances Allitsen (1849–1912)
    Yardena Alotin (1930–1994)
    Birgitte Alsted (born 1942)
    Martha Alter (1904–1976)
    Maria de Alvear (born 1960)
    Berta Alves de Sousa (1906–1997)
    Maryanne Amacher (born 1943)
    Amalie, Princess of Saxony (1794–1870)
    Solange Ancona (born 1943)
    Laura Andel (born 1968)
    Gwyneth Van Anden Walker (born 1947)
    Avril Anderson (born 1953)
    Beth Anderson (born 1950)
    Laurie Anderson (born 1947)
    Ruth Anderson (born 1928)
    Elfrida Andrée (1841–1929)
    Kerry Andrew (born 1978)
    Princess Anna Amalia of Prussia (1723–1787)
    Lucia Contini Anselmi (1876–after 1913)
    Caroline Ansink (born 1959)
    Elizabeth Anspach (1750–1828)
    Yoshino Aoki (born 1971)
    Dina Appeldoorn (1884–1938)
    Adelaide Orsola Appignani (1807–1884)
    Mary Jeanne Van Appledorn (born 1927)
    Izabella Arazova (born 1936)
    Violet Archer (1913–2000)
    Isabel Aretz (1913–2005)
    Anneli Arho (born 1951)
    Cecilia Arizti (1856–1930)
    Marian Arkwright (1863–1922)
    Elinor Armer (born 1939)
    Claude Arrieu (born 1903)
    Elena Asachi (1789–1877)
    Caterina Assandra (1580–1632)
    Esmeralda Athanasiu-Gardeev (1834–1917)
    Marianna von Auenbrugger (1759–1782)
    Lera Auerbach (born 1973)
    Josepha Barbara Auernhammer (1758–1820)
    May Aufderheide (1888–1972)
    Valborg Aulin (1860–1928)
    Dorothea Austin (1921–2011)
    Elizabeth R. Austin (born 1938)
    Florence Aylward (1862–1950)
    Azalais de Porcairagues (fl. mid-12th century)
    Svitlana Azarova (born 1976)
    Albena Petrovic-Vratchanska (born 1965)


    Heidi Baader-Nobs (born 1940)
    Grazyna Bacewicz (1909–1969)
    Maria Bach (1896–1978)
    Carola Bauckholt (born 1959)
    Rosa Giacinta Badalla (1660–1710)
    Tekla Bądarzewska-Baranowska (1834–1861)
    Maya Badian (born 1945)
    Vera Baeva (born 1930)
    Judith Margaret Bailey (born 1941)
    Ruth Bakke (born 1947)
    Giovanna Bruna Baldacci (1886–after 1910)
    Esther Ballou (1915–1973)
    Puchi Balseiro (1926–2007)
    Barbara of Portugal (1711–1758)
    Mansi Barberis (1899–1986)
    Cacilda Borges Barbosa (1914-2010)
    Elaine Barkin (born 1932)
    Alice Barnett (1886–1975)
    Carol E Barnett (born 1949)
    Ethel Barns (1874–1948)
    Leonora Baroni (1611–1670)
    Carmen Barradas (1888–1963)
    Elsa Barraine (1910–1999)
    Gisèle Barreau (born 1948)
    Françoise Barrière (born 1944)
    Bebe Barron (born 1927)
    Cecilia Maria Barthélemon (c. 1769–1840)
    Maria Barthélemon (1749–1799)
    Carin Bartosch Edström (born 1965)
    Adriana Basile (c. 1580–c. 1640)
    Marion Bauer (1882–1955)
    Alison Bauld (born 1944)
    Sophie Bawr (1773–1860)
    Christabel Baxendale (1886–?)
    Marie Emmanuelle Bayon Louis (1746–1825)
    Amy Beach (1867–1944)
    Sally Beamish (born 1956)
    Janet Beat (born 1937)
    Betty Beath (born 1932)
    Beatritz de Dia (fl. late 12th/early 13th centuries)
    Marguerite Béclard d'Harcourt (1884–1964)
    Norma Beecroft (born 1934)
    Sonja Beets (fr) (born 1953)
    Eve Beglarian (born 1958)
    Anđelka Bego-Šimunić (born 1941)
    Jeanne Behrend (1912–1988)
    Jeanne Beijerman-Walraven (1878–1969)
    Teresa Belloc-Giorgi (1784–1855)
    Antonia Bembo (c. 1640–1720)
    Barbara Benary (born 1946)
    Chiara Benati (born 1956)
    Josefina Benedetti (born 1953)
    Soledad Bengoecha de Cármena (1849–1893)
    Cathy Berberian (1925–1983)
    Charlotte Bray (born 1982)
    Gertrude van den Bergh (1793–1840)
    Christine Berl (born 1943)
    Catalina Berroa (1849–1911)
    Louise Bertin (1805–1877)
    Johanna Beyer (1888–1944)
    Lycia de Biase Bidart (1910-1990)
    Gillian Bibby (born 1945)
    Marie Bigot (1786–1820)
    Beatriz Bilbao (born 1951)
    Elizabeth Weichsell Billington (c.1768–1818)
    Jocelyne Binet (1923–1968)
    Judith Bingham (born 1952)
    Renate Birnstein (born 1946)
    Roberta Bitgood (1908-2007)
    Helen Blackwood (1807–1867)
    Leopoldine Blahetka (1809–1885)
    Blanche of Castile (1188–1252)
    Olga De Blanck Martín (1916-1998)
    Maria Theresa Bland (c. 1769–1838)
    Carla Bley (born 1938)
    Patricia Blomfield Holt (1910-2003)
    Sonia Bo (born 1960)
    Berta Bock (1857–1945)
    Mlle Bocquet (early 17th century–after 1660)
    Sylvie Bodorová (born 1954)
    Josina Anna Petronella van Boetzelaer (1733–1787)
    Ana Bofill Levi (born 1944)
    Michèle Bokanowski (born 1943)
    Anne Boleyn (1507–1536)
    Anna Bon di Venezia (born 1738/1739)
    Carrie Bond (1862–1946)
    Victoria Bond (born 1945)
    Margaret Allison Bonds (1913–1972)
    Andrée Bonhomme (1905–1982)
    Mélanie Bonis (1858–1937)
    Henriette van den Boorn-Coclet (1866–1945)
    Modesta Bor (1926–1998)
    Johanna Bordewijk-Roepman (1892–1971)
    Teresa Borràs i Fornell (1923–2010)
    Edith Borroff (born 1925)
    Maura Bosch (born 1958)
    Henriëtte Bosmans (1895–1952)
    Marianna Bottini (1802–1858)
    Linda Bouchard (born 1957)
    Lili Boulanger (1893–1918)
    Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979)
    Joséphine Boulay (1869–1925)
    Helen Bowater (born 1952)
    Anne Boyd (born 1946)
    Ina Boyle (1889–1967)
    Anne Louise Boyvin d'Hardancourt Brillon de Jouy (1744–1824)
    May Brahe (1884–1956)
    Gena Branscombe (1881–1977)
    Josefina Brdlíková (1843–1910)
    Thérèse Brenet (born 1935)
    Bettina Brentano (1785–1859)
    Dora Bright (1862–1951)
    Radie Britain (1899–1994)
    Maria Brizzi Giorgi (1775–1822)
    Roslyn Brogue (1919–1981)
    Ingeborg von Bronsart (1840–1913)
    Augusta Browne (1820–1882)
    Harriet Browne (1790–1858)
    Elisabetta Brusa (born 1954)
    Joanna Bruzdowicz (born 1943)
    Filipina Brzezinska-Szymanowska (1800–1886)
    Dorothy Quita Buchanan (born 1945)
    Olivia Buckley (born mid-1790s–after 1845)
    Margaret Buechner (1922–1998)
    Nini Bulterijs (1929–1989)
    Diana Burrell (born 1948)
    Canary Lee Burton (born 1942)



    Heidi Baader-Nobs (born 1940)
    Grazyna Bacewicz (1909–1969)
    Maria Bach (1896–1978)
    Carola Bauckholt (born 1959)
    Rosa Giacinta Badalla (1660–1710)
    Tekla Bądarzewska-Baranowska (1834–1861)
    Maya Badian (born 1945)
    Vera Baeva (born 1930)
    Judith Margaret Bailey (born 1941)
    Ruth Bakke (born 1947)
    Giovanna Bruna Baldacci (1886–after 1910)
    Esther Ballou (1915–1973)
    Puchi Balseiro (1926–2007)
    Barbara of Portugal (1711–1758)
    Mansi Barberis (1899–1986)
    Cacilda Borges Barbosa (1914-2010)
    Elaine Barkin (born 1932)
    Alice Barnett (1886–1975)
    Carol E Barnett (born 1949)
    Ethel Barns (1874–1948)
    Leonora Baroni (1611–1670)
    Carmen Barradas (1888–1963)
    Elsa Barraine (1910–1999)
    Gisèle Barreau (born 1948)
    Françoise Barrière (born 1944)
    Bebe Barron (born 1927)
    Cecilia Maria Barthélemon (c. 1769–1840)
    Maria Barthélemon (1749–1799)
    Carin Bartosch Edström (born 1965)
    Adriana Basile (c. 1580–c. 1640)
    Marion Bauer (1882–1955)
    Alison Bauld (born 1944)
    Sophie Bawr (1773–1860)
    Christabel Baxendale (1886–?)
    Marie Emmanuelle Bayon Louis (1746–1825)
    Amy Beach (1867–1944)
    Sally Beamish (born 1956)
    Janet Beat (born 1937)
    Betty Beath (born 1932)
    Beatritz de Dia (fl. late 12th/early 13th centuries)
    Marguerite Béclard d'Harcourt (1884–1964)
    Norma Beecroft (born 1934)
    Sonja Beets (fr) (born 1953)
    Eve Beglarian (born 1958)
    Anđelka Bego-Šimunić (born 1941)
    Jeanne Behrend (1912–1988)
    Jeanne Beijerman-Walraven (1878–1969)
    Teresa Belloc-Giorgi (1784–1855)
    Antonia Bembo (c. 1640–1720)
    Barbara Benary (born 1946)
    Chiara Benati (born 1956)
    Josefina Benedetti (born 1953)
    Soledad Bengoecha de Cármena (1849–1893)
    Cathy Berberian (1925–1983)
    Charlotte Bray (born 1982)
    Gertrude van den Bergh (1793–1840)
    Christine Berl (born 1943)
    Catalina Berroa (1849–1911)
    Louise Bertin (1805–1877)
    Johanna Beyer (1888–1944)
    Lycia de Biase Bidart (1910-1990)
    Gillian Bibby (born 1945)
    Marie Bigot (1786–1820)
    Beatriz Bilbao (born 1951)
    Elizabeth Weichsell Billington (c.1768–1818)
    Jocelyne Binet (1923–1968)
    Judith Bingham (born 1952)
    Renate Birnstein (born 1946)
    Roberta Bitgood (1908-2007)
    Helen Blackwood (1807–1867)
    Leopoldine Blahetka (1809–1885)
    Blanche of Castile (1188–1252)
    Olga De Blanck Martín (1916-1998)
    Maria Theresa Bland (c. 1769–1838)
    Carla Bley (born 1938)
    Patricia Blomfield Holt (1910-2003)
    Sonia Bo (born 1960)
    Berta Bock (1857–1945)
    Mlle Bocquet (early 17th century–after 1660)
    Sylvie Bodorová (born 1954)
    Josina Anna Petronella van Boetzelaer (1733–1787)
    Ana Bofill Levi (born 1944)
    Michèle Bokanowski (born 1943)
    Anne Boleyn (1507–1536)
    Anna Bon di Venezia (born 1738/1739)
    Carrie Bond (1862–1946)
    Victoria Bond (born 1945)
    Margaret Allison Bonds (1913–1972)
    Andrée Bonhomme (1905–1982)
    Mélanie Bonis (1858–1937)
    Henriette van den Boorn-Coclet (1866–1945)
    Modesta Bor (1926–1998)
    Johanna Bordewijk-Roepman (1892–1971)
    Teresa Borràs i Fornell (1923–2010)
    Edith Borroff (born 1925)
    Maura Bosch (born 1958)
    Henriëtte Bosmans (1895–1952)
    Marianna Bottini (1802–1858)
    Linda Bouchard (born 1957)
    Lili Boulanger (1893–1918)
    Nadia Boulanger (1887–1979)
    Joséphine Boulay (1869–1925)
    Helen Bowater (born 1952)
    Anne Boyd (born 1946)
    Ina Boyle (1889–1967)
    Anne Louise Boyvin d'Hardancourt Brillon de Jouy (1744–1824)
    May Brahe (1884–1956)
    Gena Branscombe (1881–1977)
    Josefina Brdlíková (1843–1910)
    Thérèse Brenet (born 1935)
    Bettina Brentano (1785–1859)
    Dora Bright (1862–1951)
    Radie Britain (1899–1994)
    Maria Brizzi Giorgi (1775–1822)
    Roslyn Brogue (1919–1981)
    Ingeborg von Bronsart (1840–1913)
    Augusta Browne (1820–1882)
    Harriet Browne (1790–1858)
    Elisabetta Brusa (born 1954)
    Joanna Bruzdowicz (born 1943)
    Filipina Brzezinska-Szymanowska (1800–1886)
    Dorothy Quita Buchanan (born 1945)
    Olivia Buckley (born mid-1790s–after 1845)
    Margaret Buechner (1922–1998)
    Nini Bulterijs (1929–1989)
    Diana Burrell (born 1948)
    Canary Lee Burton (born 1942)



    Gayane C'ebotaryan (1918-1998)
    Francesca Caccini (1587–1640?)
    Settimia Caccini (1591–1638?)
    Geneviève Calame (1946–1993)
    Maria Cattarina Calegari (1644–1675)
    Eugenia Calosso (1878–1914)
    Francesca Campana (died 1665)
    Virginia Mariani Campolieti (1869–1941)
    Marguerite Canal (1890–1978)
    Marta Canales (1893–1986)
    Edith Canat de Chizy (born 1950)
    Julie Candeille (1767–1834)
    Constança Capdeville (1937–1992)
    Matilde Capuis (born 1913)
    Wendy Carlos (born 1939)
    Mary Grant Carmichael (1851–1935)
    Ann Carr-Boyd (born 1938)
    Teresa Carreño (1853–1917)
    Dinorá de Carvalho (1905–1980)
    Doreen Carwithen (1922–2003)
    Ernestina Lecuona y Casado (1882–1951)
    Luisa Casagemas (1863–after 1894)
    Felicita Casella (c. 1820–after 1865)
    Lola Castegnaro (1900–1979)
    Castelloza (fl. early 13th century)
    Graciela Castillo (born 1940)
    Eve de Castro-Robinson (born 1956)
    Maddalena Casulana (c.1540–c.1590)
    Amalia Catharina (1640–1697)
    Eunice Catunda (1915-1991)
    Gabriella Cecchi (born 1944)
    Monic Cecconi-Botella (born 1936)
    Julia Cenova (1948–2010)
    Sulpitia Cesis (fl. 1619)
    Wendy Mae Chambers (born 1953)
    Cécile Chaminade (1857–1944)
    Nancy Laird Chance (born 1931)
    Janine Charbonnier (born 1926)
    Isabelle de Charrière (1740–1805)
    Gayane Chebotarian (1918–1998)
    Maria Chefaliady-Taban (1863–1932)
    Yekaterina Chemberdzhi (born 1960)
    Unsuk Chin (born 1961)
    Geghuni Hovannesi Chitchian (born 1929)
    Hedwige Chrétien (1859–1944)
    Tatyana Chudova (born 1944)
    Suzanne Ciani (born 1946)
    Catherina Cibbini-Kozeluch (1785–1858)
    Maya Ciobanu (born 1952)
    Dolores Claman (born 1927)
    Zana Clarke (born 1965)
    Laura Clayton (born 1943)
    Marie-Elizabeth Cléry (1761–after 1795)
    Judith Ann Clingan (born 1945)
    Adrienne Clostre (1921-2006)
    Gloria Coates (born 1938)
    Maria Rosa Coccia (1759–1833)
    Rhoda Coghill (1903–2000)
    Isabella Colbran (1785–1845)
    Ulric Cole (1905–1992)
    Ellen Coleman (1886–1973)
    Avril Coleridge-Taylor (born 1903)
    Jeanne Colin-De Clerck (born 1924)
    Theodora Cormontan (1840-1922)
    Graziella Concas (born 1970)
    Sylvia Constantinidis (born 1962)
    Peggy Stuart Coolidge (1913–1981)
    Eleanor Cory (born 1943)
    Monica Cosachov (born 1946)
    Micheline Coulombe Saint-Marcoux (1938–1985)
    Jean Coulthard (1908–2000)
    Mildred Couper (1887–1974)
    Chiara Margarita Cozzolani (1602–1678)
    Anna Cramer (1873–1968)
    Zulema de la Cruz (b. 1958)
    Chaya Czernowin (born 1957)



    Melanie Ruth Daiken (born 1945)
    Nancy Dalberg (1881–1949)
    Kathleen Dale (1895–1984)
    Eleanor Joanne Daley (born 1955)
    Dame Margot (fl. 13th century) (see: Dames Margot and Maroie)
    Dame Maroie (fl. 13th century) (see: Dames Margot and Maroie)
    Margarethe Danzi (1768–1800)
    Tina Davidson (born 1952)
    Katherine K. Davis (1892–1980)
    Miss Davis (c. 1726–after 1755)
    Mme Delaval (fl. 1791–1802)
    Claire Delbos (1906–1959)
    Carmelina Delfin (c. 1900–after 1948)
    Eva Dell'Acqua (1856–1930)
    Sophia Dellaporta (fl. second half of the 19th century)
    Hélène-Louise Demars (b. c. 1736)
    Jeanne Demessieux (1921–1968)
    Beth Denisch (b. 1958)
    Lady Mary Dering (1629–1704)
    Marcelle Deschênes (born 1939)
    Yvonne Desportes (1907–1993)
    Jeanne-Hippolyte Devismes (1765-?1834)
    Jody Diamond (born 1953)
    Hilda Dianda (born 1925)
    Ellen Dickson (1819–1878)
    Emma Lou Diemer (born 1927)
    Consuelo Díez (born 1958)
    Fannie Charles Dillon (1881–1974)
    Violeta Dinescu (born 1953)
    Lucia Dlugoszewski (1931–2000)
    Felicia Donceanu (born 1931)
    Dora Draganova (born 1946)
    Madeleine Dring (1923–1977)
    Annette von Droste-Hülshoff (1797–1848)
    Leonora Duarte (1610–1678)
    María Enma Botet Dubois (1903-?)
    Pauline Duchambge (1778–1858)
    Sophie Elisabeth, Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1613–1676)
    Anna Amalia, Duchess of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach (1739–1807)
    Anne Dudley (born 1956)
    Katerina Veronika Anna Dusíkova (1769–1833)
    Sophia Corri Dussek (1775–1847)
    Mlle Duval (1718–after 1775)
    Judith Dvorkin (born c. 1927)
    Lesya Dychko (born 1939)
    Maria Dziewulska (1909-2006)



    Sophie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté (1901–1974)
    Clara Edwards (1880–1974)
    Fredrikke Egeberg (1815–1861)
    Katharine Emily Eggar (1874–1961)
    Margriet Ehlen (born 1943)
    Adelheid Maria Eichner (1762–1787)
    Maija Einfelde (born 1939)
    Karólína Eiríksdóttir (born 1951)
    Michelle Ekizian (born 1956)
    Eleonora Eksanishvili (born 1919)
    Irina Elcheva (born 1926)
    Rosalind Frances Ellicott (1857–1924)
    Dilys Elwyn-Edwards (born 1918)
    Katerina Emingerová (1856–1934)
    Heimo Erbse (born 1924)
    Susanne Erding-Swiridoff (born 1955)
    Siegrid Ernst (born 1929)
    Pozzi Escot (born 1933)
    María Escribano (1954-2002)
    Reena Esmail (born 1983)
    Margaret Essex (1775–1807)
    Florence Maude Ewart (1864–1949)



    Sophie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté (1901–1974)
    Clara Edwards (1880–1974)
    Fredrikke Egeberg (1815–1861)
    Katharine Emily Eggar (1874–1961)
    Margriet Ehlen (born 1943)
    Adelheid Maria Eichner (1762–1787)
    Maija Einfelde (born 1939)
    Karólína Eiríksdóttir (born 1951)
    Michelle Ekizian (born 1956)
    Eleonora Eksanishvili (born 1919)
    Irina Elcheva (born 1926)
    Rosalind Frances Ellicott (1857–1924)
    Dilys Elwyn-Edwards (born 1918)
    Katerina Emingerová (1856–1934)
    Heimo Erbse (born 1924)
    Susanne Erding-Swiridoff (born 1955)
    Siegrid Ernst (born 1929)
    Pozzi Escot (born 1933)
    María Escribano (1954-2002)
    Reena Esmail (born 1983)
    Margaret Essex (1775–1807)
    Florence Maude Ewart (1864–1949)



    Sophie-Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté (1901–1974)
    Clara Edwards (1880–1974)
    Fredrikke Egeberg (1815–1861)
    Katharine Emily Eggar (1874–1961)
    Margriet Ehlen (born 1943)
    Adelheid Maria Eichner (1762–1787)
    Maija Einfelde (born 1939)
    Karólína Eiríksdóttir (born 1951)
    Michelle Ekizian (born 1956)
    Eleonora Eksanishvili (born 1919)
    Irina Elcheva (born 1926)
    Rosalind Frances Ellicott (1857–1924)
    Dilys Elwyn-Edwards (born 1918)
    Katerina Emingerová (1856–1934)
    Heimo Erbse (born 1924)
    Susanne Erding-Swiridoff (born 1955)
    Siegrid Ernst (born 1929)
    Pozzi Escot (born 1933)
    María Escribano (1954-2002)
    Reena Esmail (born 1983)
    Margaret Essex (1775–1807)
    Florence Maude Ewart (1864–1949)



    Rolande Falcinelli (1920–2006)
    Evelyn Faltis (1887–1937)
    Eibhlis Farrell (born 1953)
    Louise Farrenc (1804–1875)
    Zanetta Farussi (1707-1776)
    Hélène-Frédérique de Faye-Jozin (1871–1942) (name often abbreviated as Fréd. de Faye-Jozin)
    Sarah Feigin (born 1928)
    Johanne Amalie Fenger (1836–1913)
    Amber Ferenz (born 1972)
    Maria Helena Rosas Fernandes (born 1933)
    Carlotta Ferrari (1837–1907)
    Gabrielle Ferrari (1851–1921)
    Beatriz Ferreyra (born 1937)
    Sylvia Fine (1913-1991)
    Vivian Fine (1913–2000)
    Mary Finsterer (born 1962)
    Graciane Finzi (born 1945)
    Elena Firsova (born 1950)
    Helen Fisher (born 1942)
    Tsippi Fleischer (born 1946)
    Hélène Fleury-Roy (b. 1876 d. unknown)
    Eliza Flower (1803–1846)
    Eugénie-Emilie Juliette Folville (1870–1946)
    Jacqueline Fontyn (born 1930)
    Annie Fortescue Harrison (1851–1944)
    Jennifer Fowler (born 1939)
    Erika Fox (born 1936)
    Kalitha Dorothy Fox (1894–1934)
    Ludmila Frajt (born 1919)
    Dorothea Anne Franchi (1920–2003)
    Hedy Frank-Autheried (1902–1979)
    Joan Franks Williams (born 1930)
    Shena Fraser (1910-1993)
    Isadore Freed (1900–1960)
    Eleanor Everest Freer (1864–1942)
    Narcisa Freixas (1859–1926)
    Ilse Fromm-Michaels (1888–1986)
    Susan Frykberg (born 1954)
    Lillian Fuchs (1901–1995)
    Keiko Fujiie (born 1963)
    Ellen Fullman (born 1957)
    Biancamaria Furgeri (born 1935)
    Jessie Furze (1903–1984)

  9. #59
    Dejavudoo
    Guest

    Re: Classical music and diversity

    And more:



    Virginia Gabriel (1825–1877)
    Sophie Gail (1775–1819)
    Diamanda Galás (born 1955)
    Margherita Galeotti (1867–after 1912)
    Rachel Galinne (born 1949)
    Elisabetta de Gambarini (1731–1765)
    Kay Gardner (1941–2002)
    Garsenda de Proensa (fl. early 13th century)
    Lucija Garuta (1902–1977)
    Marianne Gary-Schaffhauser (1903-?)
    Koharik Gazarossian (1907–1967)
    Roberta Geddes-Harvey (1849–1930)
    Gerda Geertens (born 1955)
    Gertrude of Dagsburg (1205–1225)
    Ada Gentile (born 1947)
    Abbie Gerrish-Jones (1863–1929)
    Miriam Gideon (1906–1996)
    Helen Gifford (born 1935)
    Ruth Gipps (1921–1999)
    Suzanne Giraud (born 1958)
    Janice Giteck (born 1946)
    Barbara Giuranna (1898–1998)
    Peggy Glanville-Hicks (1912–1990)
    Helen Glatz (1908-1996)
    Evelyn Glennie (born 1965)
    Julia Gomelskaya (born 1964)
    Chiquinha Gonzaga (1847–1935)
    Florence Everilda Goodeve (1861–1915)
    Annette Vande Gorne (born 1946)
    Annie Gosfield (born 1960)
    Ida Gotkovsky (born 1933)
    Luise Adelgunda Gottsched (1713–1762)
    Dorothy Gow (1893–1982)
    Janet Graham (born 1948)
    Shirley Graham Du Bois (1896–1977)
    Clémence de Grandval (1828–1907)
    Micki Grant (born 1941)
    Caterina Benedicta Grazianini (fl. early 18th century)
    Gisella Delle Grazie (born 1868, fl. 1894–95)
    Lucile Grétry (1772–1790)
    María Grever (1885–1951)
    Beverly Grigsby (born 1928)
    Maria Margherita Grimani (fl. early 18th century)
    Agathe Backer Grøndahl (1847–1907)
    Sofia Gubaidulina (born 1931)
    Emilia Gubitosi (1887–1972)
    Mlle Guédon de Presles (early 18th century–1754)
    Mlle Guerin (born c. 1739, fl. 1755)
    Jane Mary Guest (1762–1846)
    Lynn Gumert (born 1961)
    Rosa Guraieb (born 1931)
    Nazife Güran (1921–1993)
    Elizabeth Gyring (1886–1970)



    Louise Haenel de Cronenthall (1839–c. 1876)
    Helen Eugenia Hagan (1893–1964)
    Elizabeth Joanetta Catherine von Hagen (1750–1809/10)
    Júlia Hajdú (1915–1987)
    Pauline Hall (1890–1969)
    Emilie Hammarskjöld (1821–1854)
    Ann-Elise Hannikainen (born 1946)
    Olga Hans (born 1971)
    Kazuko Hara (born 1935)
    Guy d'Hardelot (1858–1936)
    Halina Harelava (born 1951)
    Miina Härma (1864–1941)
    Ethel R. Harraden (1857-1917)
    Regina Harris Baiocchi (born 1956)
    Pamela Harrison (1915–1990)
    Susie Frances Harrison (1859–1935)
    Emma Hartmann (1807–1851)
    Irina Hasnas (born 1954)
    Faustina Hasse Hodges (1822–1895)
    Elisabeth de Haulteterre (fl. 1737–1768)
    Birgit Havenstein (born 1954)
    Hanna Havrylets' (born 1958)
    Elizabeth Hayden Pizer (born 1954)
    Sorrel Hays (born 1941)
    Åse Hedstrøm (born 1950)
    Rebecca Helferich Clarke (1886–1979)
    Barbara Heller (born 1936)
    Mara Margaret Helmuth (born 1957)
    Moya Henderson (born 1941)
    Ig Henneman (born 1945)
    Louise Héritte-Viardot (1841–1918)
    Gisela Hernández (1912–1971)
    Teresa Tanco Cordovez de Herrera (1859–1946)
    Ethel Glenn Hier (1889–1971)
    Jennifer Higdon (born 1962)
    Hildegard of Bingen (1098–1179)
    Mirrie Hill (1892–1986)
    Rozalie Hirs (born 1965)
    Margriet Hoenderdos (1952-2010)
    Dulcie Sybil Holland (1913-2000)
    Augusta Holmès (1847–1903)
    Borghild Holmsen (1865–1938)
    Imogen Holst (1907–1984)
    Adriana Hölszky (born 1953)
    Helen Francis Hood (1863–1949)
    Katherine Hoover (born 1937)
    Helen Hopekirk (1856–1945)
    Sarah Hopkins (born 1958)
    Sarah Horick (born 1984)
    Amy Elsie Horrocks (1867–after 1915)
    Eleanor Hovda (born 1940)
    Joyce Howard Barrell (1917–1989)
    Mary Howe (1882–1964)
    Dorothy Howell (1898–1982)
    Zhun Huang (born 1926)
    Elaine Hugh-Jones (born 1927)
    Fanny Hünerwadel (1826–1854)
    Brenda Hutchinson (born 1954)
    Miriam Beatrice Hyde (1913–2005)



    Regina Irman (born 1957)
    Madeleine Isaksson (born 1956)
    Jean Eichelberger Ivey (1923–2010)
    Adina Izarra (born 1959)



    Najla Jabor (born 1915)
    Marie Jaëll (1846–1925)
    Dorothy James (1901–1982)
    Viera Janárceková (born 1941)
    Natalia Janotha (1856–1932)
    Kerstin Jeppsson (born 1948)
    Hilda Jerea (1919–1980)
    Ludmila Jeske-Choinska-Mikorska (1849–1898)
    Eva Jessye (1885–1992)
    Marta Jiráčková (born 1932)
    Sally Johnston Reid (born 1948)
    Betsy Jolas (born 1926)
    Victoria Jordanova (born 1952)
    Jane M. Joseph (1894–1929)
    Patricia Jünger (born 1951)



    Clotilde Kainerstorfer (fl. second half 19th century)
    Yuki Kajiura (born 1965)
    Trisutji Kamal (born 1936)
    Laura Kaminsky (born 1956)
    Kikuko Kanai (1911–1986)
    Yoko Kanno (born 1964)
    Laura Karpman
    Vítězslava Kaprálová (1915–1940)
    Janice Kapp-Perry
    Sirvart Karamanuk (born 1912)
    Helene Karastoyanova (born 1933)
    Lyudmila Karpawna Shleh (born 1948)
    Lucrecia Roces Kasilag (born 1918)
    Kassia (c.810–before 867)
    Elena Kats-Chernin (born 1957)
    Eunice Katunda (1915–1991)
    Hiba Kawas (born 1972)
    Minna Keal (1909–1999)
    Denise Kelly (born 1954)
    Hope Anne Keng-Wai Lee (born 1953)
    Le Sénéchal de Kerkado (c. 1786–after 1805)
    Frida Kern (1891–1988)
    Usha Khanna (born 1942)
    Hi Kyung Kim (born 1954)
    Johanna Kinkel (1810–1858)
    Makiko Kinoshita (born 1956)
    Antoinette Kirkwood (born 1930)
    Melinda Kistétényi (1926-1999)
    Anna Maria Klechniowska (1888–1973)
    Judy Klein (born 1943)
    Meri von KleinSmid (born 1974)
    Zhivka Klinkova (born 1924)
    Mary Knight Wood (1857–1944)
    Wilhelmina Koch (1845–1924)
    Barbara Kolb (born 1939)
    Nagako Konishi (born 1945)
    Yelena Sergeyevna Konshina (born 1950)
    Yüksel Koptagel (born 1931)
    Clara Anna Korn (1866–1941)
    Mathilde Kralik von Mayerswalden (1857–1944)
    Neva Krasteva (born 1946)
    Anne-Marie Krumpholtz (1766–1813)
    Grazyna Krzanowska (born 1952)
    Halina Krzyzanowska (1860–1937)
    Christina Kubisch (born 1948)
    Mayako Kubo (born 1947)
    Felicitas Kukuck(1914–2001)
    Hanna Kulenty (born 1961)
    Izabella Kuliffay (1863–1945)
    Renata Kunkel (born 1954)
    Elisabeth Kuyper (1877–1953)
    Iryna Kyrylina (born 1955)


    Joan La Barbara (born 1947)
    Zulema de La Cruz (born 1958)
    Élisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre (1665–1729)
    Nicole Lachartre (1934–1992)
    Susan Cohn Lackman (born 1948)
    Lila Lalauni (1910–1996)
    Bun-Ching Lam (born 1954)
    Marta Lambertini (born 1937)
    Eleni Lambiri (c. 1882-8–1960)
    Wanda Landowska (1879–1959)
    Josephine Lang (1815–1880)
    Margaret Ruthven Lang (1867–1972)
    Judith Lang Zaimont (born 1945)
    Vanessa Lann (born 1968)
    Ana Lara (born 1959)
    Libby Larsen (born 1950)
    Joan Mary Last (born 1908)
    Anne Lauber (born 1943)
    Elodie Lauten (born 1950)
    Luise Adolpha Le Beau (1850–1927)
    Louise Geneviève de Le Hye (1810–1838)
    Constance Faunt Le Roy Runcie (1836–1911)
    Anne LeBaron (born 1953)
    Francesca Lebrun (1756–1791)
    Sophie Lebrun (1781–1863)
    Chan-Hae Lee (born 1945)
    Young-ja Lee (composer) (born 1931/36)
    Nicola LeFanu (born 1947)
    Ethel Leginska (1886–1970)
    Liza Lehmann (1862–1918)
    Clarisse Leite (1917-2003)
    Vânia Dantas Leite (born 1945)
    Helvi Leiviskä (1902–1982)
    Edith Lejet (born 1941)
    Jeanne Leleu (1898–1979)
    Laura Lemon (1866–1924)
    Tania León (born 1943)
    Isabella Leonarda (1620–1704)
    Marina Leonardi (born 1970)
    Zara Levina (1906–1976)
    Claire Liddell (born in the 20th century)
    Helene Liebmann (1796–1835)
    Nanna Magdalene Liebmann (1849–1935)
    Ekaterina Likoshin (fl. 1800–1810)
    Lili'uokalani (1838–1917)
    Liza Lim (born 1966)
    Maria Lindsay (1827–1898)
    Anne Linnet (born 1953)
    Mary Linwood (1755/6–1845)
    Liu Zhuang (born 1932)
    Beatriz Lockhart (born 1944)
    Kathleen Lockhart Manning (1890–1951)
    Annea Lockwood (born 1939)
    Kate Loder (1825–1904)
    Emma Lomax (1873–1963)
    Ruth Lomon (born 1930)
    Celeste de Longpré Heckscher (1860–1928)
    Silvana Di Lotti (born 1942)
    Ivana Loudová (born 1941)
    Alexina Louie (born 1949)
    Maria de Lourdes Martins (born 1926)
    Mary Lucas (1882–1952)
    Nada Ludvig-Pecar (1929–2008)
    Maria Teresa Luengo (born 1940)
    Enid Luff (born 1935)
    Gudrun Lund (born 1930)
    Signe Lund (1868–1950)
    Deborah Lurie (born 1972)
    Elisabeth Lutyens (1906–1983)
    Lyudmila Lyadova (born 1925)
    Monica Lynn (Living, born in the 20th-century)



    Emma Maria Macfarren (1824–1895)
    Marianella Machado (born 1959)
    Clara Angela Macirone (1821–1895)
    Carmela Mackenna (1879–1962)
    Elizabeth Maconchy (1907–1994)
    Adela Maddison (1862/63–1929)
    Mary Mageau (born 1934)
    Ester Mägi (born 1922)
    Alma Mahler (1879–1964)
    Katerina Maier (fl. c. 1800)
    Baronne Almaury de Maistre (1809–1875)
    Maria Malibran (1808–1836)
    Florentina Mallá (1891–1973)
    Carin Malmlöf-Forssling (1916-2005)
    Maria Dolores Malumbres (born 1931)
    Ursula Mamlok (born 1923)
    Lam Manyee (born 1950)
    Marcelle de Manziarly (1899–1989)
    Soe Tjen Marching (born 1971)
    Myriam Marbe (1931–1997)
    Rosanna Scalfi Marcello (fl. 1723–1742)
    Bunita Marcus (born 1952)
    Tera de Marez Oyens (1932–1996)
    Catya Maré (composer and violinist)
    Maria de Raschenau (fl. 1690s–1703)
    Maria de Ventadorn (fl. late 12th century)
    Ljubica Maric (1909–2003)
    Marie de France (c. 1160–1215)
    Maroie de Dregnau de Lille (fl. 13th century)
    Florence Ashton Marshall (1843–after 1911)
    Pamela J. Marshall (born 1954)
    Roberta Martin (1907–1969)
    Marianna von Martines (1744–1812)
    Odaline de la Martinez (born 1949)
    Paola Massarenghi (fl. 1565–1585)
    Elizabeth Masson (1806–1865)
    Kikuko Masumoto (born 1937)
    Celeste Jaguaribe de Matos Faria (1873–1938)
    Bernadetta Matuszczak (born 1937)
    Emilie Mayer (1812–1883)
    Eta Mayseyewna Tïrmand (1917-?))
    Marilyn Mazur (born 1955)
    Mona McBurney (1862–1932)
    Cecilia McDowall (born 1951)
    Susan McFarland Parkhurst (1836–1918)
    Diana McIntosh (born 1937)
    Priscilla McLean (born 1942)
    Jenny Helen McLeod (born 1941)
    Cindy McTee (born 1953)
    Joyce Mekeel (1931–1997)
    Fanny Mendelssohn (1805–1847)
    Sophie Menter (1846–1918)
    María de las Mercedes Adam de Aróstegui (1873–1957)
    Zhanneta Lazarevna Metallidi (born 1934)
    Elisabeth Meyer (1859–1927)
    Teresa Milanollo (1827–1904)
    Silvina Milstein (born 1956)
    Zarrina Mirshakar (born 1947)
    Haruna Miyake (born 1942)
    Ida Georgina Moberg (1859–1947)
    Benna Moe (1897–1983)
    Meredith Monk (born 1942)
    Helene de Montgeroult (1764–1836)
    Dorothy Rudd Moore (born 1940)
    Mary Carr Moore (1873–1957)
    Charlotte Moorman (1933–1991)
    Vincenza Garelli della Morea (1859–after 1924)
    Virginie Morel-du Verger (1799–1869)
    Nelly Moretto (1925–1978)
    Junko Mori (born 1948)
    Angela Morley (born 1924)
    Susan Morton Blaustein (born 1953)
    Gladys Smuckler Moskowitz (born 1928)
    Nadežka Mosusova (born 1928)
    Krystyna Moszumanska-Nazar (1924-2009)
    Ann Mounsey (1811–1891)
    Gabriela Moyseowicz (born 1944)
    Maria Anna Mozart (1751–1829)
    Geraldine Mucha (born 1917)
    Johanna Müller-Hermann (1878–1941)
    Gráinne Mulvey (born 1966)
    Isabel Mundry (born 1963)
    Helena Munktell (1852–1919)
    Catherine Murphy Urner (1891–1942)
    Thea Musgrave (born 1928)

  10. #60
    Dejavudoo
    Guest

    Re: Classical music and diversity

    And even more:



    Maria Francesca Nascinbeni (c. 1640–1680)
    Alicia Adélaide Needham (1872–1945)
    Sheila Mary Nelson (born 1936)
    Susanna Nerantzi (fl. 1830–1840)
    Vojna Nešic (born 1947)
    Laura Constance Netzel (1839–1927)
    Amy X Neuburg (living; born in the 20th century)
    Olga Neuwirth (born 1968)
    Dika Newlin (born 1923)
    Alberta Nichols (1898–1957)
    Julia Niewiarowska-Brzozowska (1827–1891)
    Tatyana Nikolayeva (1924–1993)
    Ilza Nogueira (born 1948)
    Gladys Nordenstrom (born 1924)
    Caroline Elizabeth Sarah Norton (1808–1877)
    Jacqueline Nova (1935–1975)
    Maude Nugent (1873/4–1958)



    Ai Otsuka (born 1982)
    Jane O'Leary (born 1946)
    Jana Obrovská (1930–1987)
    Amado Santos Ocampo (born 1925)
    Irina Odagescu (born 1937)
    Sook-Ja Oh (born 1941)
    Marguerite Olagnier (1844–1906)
    Elisabeth Olin (1740–1828)
    Vivienne Olive (born 1950)
    Jocy de Oliveira (born 1936)
    Betty Olivero (born 1954)
    Pauline Oliveros (born 1932)
    Cornélie van Oosterzee (1863–1943)
    Daphne Oram (1925–2003)
    Cecilie Ore (born 1954)
    Caroline Orger (1818–1892)
    Gabriela Ortiz (born 1964)
    Michiru Oshima (born 1961)
    Reine Colaço Osorio-Swaab (1881–1971)
    Anna Caroline Oury (1808–1880)
    Halyna Ovcharenko (born 1963)
    Morfydd Llwyn Owen (1891–1918)
    Terry Winter Owens (1941–2007)
    María Luisa Ozaita (born 1939)
    Anne-Marie Ørbeck (1911-1996)



    Albena Petrovic-Vratchanska (born 1965)
    Else Marie Pade (born 1924)
    Younghi Pagh-Paan (born 1945)
    Priti Paintal (born 1960)
    Aleksandra Pakhmutova (born 1929)
    Juliet Palmer (born 1969)
    Roxanna Panufnik (born 1968)
    Mme Papavoine (born c. 1735, fl. 1755-61)
    Maria Theresa von Paradis (1759–1824)
    Graciela Paraskevaidis (born 1940)
    Hilda Paredes (born 1959)
    Maria Hester Park (1760–1813)
    Dorothy Parke (1904–1990)
    Maria Frances Parke (1772–1822)
    Alice Parker (born 1925)
    Annie Patterson (1868–1934)
    Marcela Pavia (born 1957)
    Maggi Payne (born 1945)
    Sarah Peebles (born 1964)
    Dora Pejacevic (1885–1923)
    Maria Teresa Pelegrí i Marimón (1907-1995)
    Barbara Pentland (1912–2000)
    Diana Pereira Hay (born 1932)
    Nydia Pereyra-Lizaso (born 1916)
    Lourdes Perez (born 1961)
    Anaïs Perrière-Pilte (1836–1878)
    Julia Perry (1924–1979)
    Anna Pessiak-Schmerling (1834–1896)
    Rosica Petkova (born 1947)
    Carmen Petra-Basacopol (born 1926)
    Mara Petrova (1921–1997)
    Elena Petrová (born 1929)
    Mrs Philarmonica (fl. 1715)
    Liz Phillips (born 1951)
    Elizabeth Philp (1827–1885)
    Maria Antonietta Picconi (1869–1926)
    Agata Della Pietà (fl. c. 1800)
    Michielina Della Pietà (fl. c. 1701–1744)
    Santa Della Pietà (fl. c. 1725–1750, d. after 1774)
    Julie Pinel (fl. 1710–1737)
    Lina Pires de Campos (1918-2003)
    Piera Pistono (born 1938)
    Fanny Krumpholtz Pittar (1785–1815)
    Zhanna Vasil'yevna Pliyeva (born 1949)
    Poldowski (1879–1932)
    Victoria Poleva (born 1962)
    Armande de Polignac (1876–1962)
    Claire Polin (1926–1995)
    Gail Leven Pollock (born 1947)
    Vincenta Da Ponte (fl. second half 18th century)
    Jeanne Pool (born 1951)
    Chris Poole (born 1952)
    Rachel Portman (born 1960)
    Elizabeth Poston (1905–1987)
    Rosephanye Powell (born 20th century)
    Mary Ann Pownall (1751–1796)
    Oliveria Louisa Prescott (1843–1919)
    Florence Beatrice Price (1887–1953)
    María Teresa Prieto (1896–1982)
    Marieta Morosina Priuli (fl. 1665)
    Teresa Procaccini (born 1934)
    Marie Proksch (1836–1900)
    Grażyna Pstrokońska-Nawratil (born 1947)
    Marta Ptaszynska (born 1943)
    Loïsa Puget (1810–1889)

    Marie-Anne-Catherine Quinault (1695–1791)
    Lucia Quinciani (born c. 1566, fl. 1611)



    Erika Radermacher (born 1936)
    Eliane Radigue (born 1932)
    Priaulx Rainier (1903–1986)
    Teresa Rampazzi (1914-2001)
    Shulamit Ran (born 1949)
    Eda Rapoport (1890–1968)
    Elizabeth Raum (born 1945)
    Irma Ravinale (1937–2013)
    Mme Ravissa (fl. late 18th century)
    Giulia Recli (1890–1970)
    Karin Rehnqvist (born 1957)
    Juliane Reichardt (1752–1783)
    Louise Reichardt (1779–1826)
    Caroline Reinagle (1818–1892)
    Andrea Reinkemeyer (born 1976)
    Julie Reisserová (1888–1938)
    Claire Renard (born 1944)
    Henriette Renié (1875–1956)
    Catherine Rennes (1858–1940)
    Elsa Respighi (1894–1996)
    Michèle Reverdy (born 1943)
    Sylvia Rexach (1922–1961)
    Marisa Rezende (born 1944)
    Cesarina Ricci de Tingoli (born c. 1573, fl. 1597)
    Kathleen Richards (1895–1984)
    Marga Richter (born 1926)
    Teresa Clotilde del Riego (1876–1968)
    Nadezhda Rimskaya-Korsakova (1848–1919)
    Shoshana Riseman (born 1948)
    Julie Rivé-King (1854–1937)
    Angela Ro Ro (born 1949)
    Fanny Arthur Robinson (1831–1879)
    Maria Rodrigo (1888–1967)
    Marcela Rodríguez (born 1951)
    Betty Roe (born 1930)
    Esther Rofe (1904–2000)
    Clara Kathleen Rogers (1844–1931)
    Caro Roma (1869–1937)
    Elena Romero (1923-1996)
    Ann Ronell (1906 or 1908–1933)
    Amanda Röntgen-Maier (1853–1894)
    Clotilde Rosa (born 1930)
    Camilla de Rossi (fl. 1707–1710)
    Doina Rotaru (born 1951)
    Mathilde Hannah von Rothschild (1832-1924)
    Anna Rubin (born 1946)
    Vivian Adelberg Rudow (born 1936)
    Jeanine Rueff (1922–1999)
    Magaly Ruiz Lastres (born 1941)
    Claudia Rusca (1593–1676)
    Gilda Ruta (1856–1932)



    Kaija Saariaho (born 1952)
    Martha von Sabinin (1831–1892)
    Sahakdukht (fl. early 8th century)
    Charlotte Sainton-Dolby (1821–1885)
    Matilde Salvador (born 1918)
    Alice Samter (1908-2004)
    Rhian Samuel (born 1944)
    Marie Samuelsson (born 1956)
    Rocio Sanz (1933–1993)
    Sappho (born c. 612 BCE)
    Kimi Sato (born 1949)
    Rebecca Saunders (born 1967)
    Jane Savage (1752/3–1824)
    Carla Scaletti (born 1956)
    Angiola Teresa Moratori Scanabecchi (1662–1708)
    Ethel Scarborough (1880–1956)
    Claire Schapira (born 1946)
    Delphine von Schauroth (1814–1887)
    Tona Scherchen (born 1938)
    Mon Schjelderup (1870–1934)
    Annette Schlünz (born 1964)
    Maria Schneider (1960)
    Ruth Schonthal (1924–2006)
    Eva Schorr (born 1927)
    Corona Elisabeth Wilhelmine Schröter (1751–1802)
    Clara Schumann (1819–1896)
    Phillipa Duke Schuyler (1931–1967)
    Laura Schwendinger (born 1962)
    Esther Scliar (1926–1978)
    Alicia Ann Scott (1810–1900)
    Amy Scurria (born 1973)
    Laura Sedgwick Collins (1859–1927)
    Ruth Crawford Seeger (1901–1953)
    Hilda Sehested (1858–1936)
    Ilona Sekacz (born 1948)
    Blanche Selva (1884–1942)
    Daria Semegen (born 1946)
    Johanna Senfter (1879–1961)
    Françoise-Charlotte de Senneterre Ménétou (1679-1745)
    María Luisa Sepúlveda (1896–1958)
    Tat'yana Sergeyeva (born 1951)
    Valentina Serova (1846–1924)
    Claudia Sessa (c. 1570–between 1613 and 1619)
    Kilza Setti (born 1932)
    Charlotta Seuerling (1782–1828)
    Marielli Sfakianaki (born 1945)
    Masguda Shamsutdinova (born 1955)
    Alex Shapiro (born 1962)
    Judith Shatin (born 1949)
    Naomi Shemer (1930–2004)
    Alice Shields (born 1943)
    Chen Shi-hui (born 1962)
    Pan Shiji (born 1957)
    Yoko Shimomura (born 1967)
    Mieko Shiomi (born 1938)
    Verdina Shlonsky (1905–1990)
    Clare Shore (born 1954)
    Marilyn Shrude (born 1946)
    Marie Siegling (1824–1919)
    Arlene Sierra (born 1970)
    Elzbieta Sikora (born 1943)
    Adelaide Pereira da Silva (born 1928)
    Sheila Silver (born 1946)
    Faye-Ellen Silverman (born 1947)
    Netty Simons (1913–1994)
    Yekaterina Sinyavina (died 1784)
    Maddalena Laura Sirmen (1745–1818)
    Synne Skouen (born 1950)
    Bettina Skrzypczak (born 1962)
    Jane Sloman (1824–after 1850)
    Pril Smiley (born 1943)
    Alice Mary Smith (1839–1884)
    Julia Smith (1911–1989)
    Linda Catlin Smith (born 1957)
    Undine Smith Moore (1904–1989)
    Ethel Smyth (1858–1944)
    Jitka Snížková (1924–1989)
    Joanídia Sodré (1903–1975)
    Silvia Sommer (born 1944)
    Brunhilde Sonntag (1936-2002)
    Ann Southam (born 1937)
    Isabel Soveral (born 1961)
    Maj Sønstevold (1917-1996)
    Bernadette Speach (born 1948)
    Laurie Spiegel (born 1945)
    Cristina Spinei (born 1984)
    Georgia Spiropoulos (born 1965)
    Tui St. George Tucker (1924–2004)
    Pamela St. John (born 1950)
    Patty Stair (1869–1926)
    Ivana Stefanovic (born 1948)
    Carolyn Steinberg (born 1956)
    Emma Roberto Steiner (1850–1928)
    Gitta Steiner (1932–1990)
    Elizabeth Stirling (1819–1895)
    Stella Stocker (1858–1925)
    Lily Strickland (1887–1958)
    Barbara Strozzi (1619–1677)
    Maria Anna Stubenberg (1821–1912)
    Dana Suesse (1909–1987)
    Kyungsun Suh (born 1942)
    Marion Dix Sullivan (fl. 1840–50)
    Margaret Sutherland (1897–1984)
    Natela Svanidze (born 1926)
    Elizabeth Swados (born 1951)
    Freda Swain (1902–1985)
    Edith Swepstone (fl. 1885–1930)
    Kay Swift (1897–1993)
    Gloria Wilson Swisher (born 1935)
    Jadwiga Szajna-Lewandowska (1912–1994)
    Iris Szeghy (born 1956)
    Erzsébet Szőnyi (born 1924)
    Maria Agata Szymanowska (1789–1831)
    Joan Szymko (born 1957)



    Dobrinka Tabakova (born 1980)
    Germaine Tailleferre (1892–1983)
    Louise Talma (1906–1996)
    Karen Tanaka (born 1961)
    Hilary Tann (born 1947)
    Phyllis Tate (1911–1987)
    Erna Tauro (1916–1993)
    Cornelia Tautu (born 1938)
    Alice Tegnér (1864–1943)
    Nancy Telfer (born 1950)
    Hope Temple (1859–1938)
    Alicia Terzian (born 1934)
    Rose Thisse-Derouette (1902–1989)
    Augusta Read Thomas (born 1964)
    Diane Thome (born 1942)
    Shirley Thompson (b. ?)
    Anna S. Þorvaldsdóttir (Anna Thorvaldsdottir) (b. 1977)
    Pauline-Marie-Elisa Thys (c. 1836–1909)
    Tibors (fl. mid-12th century)
    Zdenka Ticharich (1900–1979)
    Serena Tideman
    Katia Tiutiunnik (1967)
    Zlata Tkach (1928–2006)
    Helen Tobias-Duesberg (1919–2010)
    Denise Tolkowsky (1918–1991)
    Joan Tower (born 1938)
    Joan Trimble (1915–2000)
    Alba Trissina (fl. 1622)
    Josephine Troup (died 1912)
    Julia Tsenova (1948–2010)
    Karmella Tsepkolenko (born 1955)
    Calliope Tsoupaki (born 1963)
    Yuka Tsujiyoko (born in the 20th century)
    Mary Elizabeth Turner Salter (1856–1938)
    Agnes Tyrrell (1846–1883)

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    And finally, some lesser known ladies:



    Carolina Uccelli (1810–1885)
    Ludmila Ulehla (1923–2009)
    Alicia Urreta (1933–1987)
    Irma Urteaga (born 1929)
    Julia Usher (born 1945)
    Galina Ustvolskaya (born 1919)
    Yolande Uyttenhove (1925–2000)



    Ann Valentine (1762–1842)
    Janika Vandervelde (born 1955)
    Nancy Van de Vate (born 1930)
    Alida Vázquez (born 1931)
    Albena Petrovic-Vratchanska (born 1965)
    Hana Vejvodová (1963–1994)
    Consuelo Velázquez (1924–2005)
    Esther Elizabeth Velkiers (born 1640)
    Lucie Vellère (1896–1966)
    Elizabeth Walton Vercoe (born 1941)
    Yuliya Veysberg (1878/1880–1942)
    Pauline Viardot (1821–1910)
    Jórunn Viðar (born 1918)
    Lois V Vierk (born 1951)
    Jane Vieu (1871–1955)
    Josée Vigneron-Ramackers (born 1914)
    Mariana Villanueva (born 1964)
    Henriette Adélaïde Villard Beaumesnil (1748–1813)
    Berthe di Vito-Delvaux (1915–2005)
    Ida Vivado (1908–1989)
    Lucrezia Orsina Vizzana (1590–1662)
    Marina Marta Vlad (born 1949)
    Sláva Vorlová (1894–1973)
    Tat'yana Voronina (born 1933)
    Anne van Schothorst (born 1974-)



    Ho Wai-On (born 1946)
    Shirley Walker (born 1935)
    Joelle Wallach (born 1946)
    Errollyn Wallen (born 1958)
    Maria Antonia Walpurgis of Bavaria (1724–1780)
    Jennifer Walshe (born 1974)
    Tekla Griebel Wandall (1866–1940)
    Qiang Wang (born 1935)
    Ying Wang (born 1976)
    Elinor Remick Warren (1900–1991)
    Thérèse Wartel (1814–1865)
    Ruth Watson Henderson (born 1932)
    Julie von Webenau née Baroni-Cavalcabo (1813–1874)
    Vilma von Webenau (1875–1953)
    Bertha Frensel Wegener (1874–1953)
    Emmy Wegener (1901–1973)
    Vally Weigl (1889–1982)
    Judith Weir (born 1954)
    Georgina Weldon (1837–1914)
    Sara Wennerberg-Reuter (1875–1959)
    Rosy Wertheim (1888–1949)
    Sophia Maria Westenholz (1759–1838)
    Hildegard Westerkamp (born 1946)
    Mabel Wheeler Daniels (1877–1971)
    Maude Valérie White (1855–1937)
    Ruth White (born 1925)
    Gillian Whitehead (born 1941)
    Dorothy Whitson Freed (1919–2000)
    Caroline Wichern (1836–1906)
    Inger Wikström (born 1939)
    Wilhelmine of Bayreuth (1709–1758)
    Margaret Lucy Wilkins (born 1939)
    Grace Williams (1906–1977)
    Joan Franks Williams (1930-2003)
    Mary Lou Williams (1910–1981)
    Debbie Wiseman (born 1963)
    Maria Carolina Wolf (1742–1820)
    Julia Wolfe (born 1958)
    Erna Woll (1917–2005)
    Mary Knight Wood (1857–1944)
    Amy Woodforde-Finden (1860–1919)
    Barbara Woof (born 1958)
    Julia Woolf (1831–1893)
    Ellen Riley Wright (1859-1904)
    Mary Ann Wrighten (1751–1796)
    Caroline Wuiet (1766–1835)
    Sinta Wullur (born 1958)
    Mary J. A. Wurm (1860–1938)
    Stephanie Wurmbrand-Stuppach (1849–1919)
    Ruth Shaw Wylie (1916–1989)



    Shuxian Xiao (1905–1991)
    Huguang Xin (born 1933)
    Qu Xixian (born 1919)
    Khosrovidukht (fl. early 8th century)



    Michiru Yamane (born 1963)
    Kinuyo Yamashita (living; born in the 20th century)
    Irina Yel'cheva (born 1926)
    Chen Yi (born 1953)



    Jeanne Zaidel-Rudolph (born 1948)
    Arlene Zallman (1934–2006)
    Ruth Zechlin (born 1926)
    Isidora Zegers (1803–1869)
    Dafina Zeqiri (composer) (born 1984)
    Gaziza Zhubanova (born 1927)
    Lidia Zielinska (born 1953)
    Grete von Zieritz (1899–2001)
    Marilyn J Ziffrin (born 1926)
    Agnes Zimmermann (1847–1925)
    Margrit Zimmermann (born 1927)
    Mirjana Živkovic (born 1935)
    Emiliana de Zubeldia (1888–1987)
    Marija Zubova (1749–1799)
    Mana Zucca (1885–1981)
    Emilie Zumsteeg (1796–1857)
    Ellen Zwilich (born 1939)

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    One would think that the relative obscurity of many of these women would not be a measure of their relative merit, just as many an expert seamstress has toiled away producing flawless design and execution of apparel, but never garnered the spotlight of the red carpet or seen the exposure of some flagship designer.

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    First Violins from the Czech Phiharmonic:



    Second Violins:


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    One of the national orchestras of France:

    http://www.orchestre-ile.com/site.php?type=P&id=209


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    As long as it is generally believed that there are talents from Mars and talents from Venus, and even talents from certain countries which are denied by nature to other nations, it is not just that history would be written or rewritten this or that way, but history will be shaped in a very definite way to be written afterwards accordingly.

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    The Berliner Philharmonkier:



    Roster here: http://www.berliner-philharmoniker.de/en/orchestra/

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    The Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra:



    Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest

    1e concertmeester
    Olga Martinova

    1e concertmeester
    Vadim Tsibulevsky

    1e viool
    Jan Evert van Riemsdijk, plv. 1e concertmeester
    Saskia Viersen, plv. 1e concertmeester
    Robert Lis, 2e concertmeester
    Tessa Badenhoop
    Armand de Beauregard
    Liesbeth Bloemer-Heyster
    Anuschka Franken
    Hike Graafland
    Derk Lottman
    Marina Malkin
    Paul Reijn (plv. aanvoerder 2e viool)
    Angela Skala
    Mascha van Sloten
    Henrik Svahnström

    2e viool
    David Peralta Alegre, aanvoerder
    Guillaume Serpenti, 2e plv. aanvoerder
    Heleen Veder, 2e plv. aanvoerder
    Marieke Boot
    Cynthia Briggs
    Jarmila Delaporte
    Mira van Dijk-Chendler
    Karina Korevaar
    Mikail Makhtin
    Saskia Schröeder
    Jos Schutjens
    Emmy Stoel-Mourits
    Joanna Trzcionkowska

    Altviool
    Janos Konrad, aanvoerder
    Laura van der Stoep, plv aanvoerder
    Odile Torenbeek, 2e plv. aanvoerder
    Marjolein de Waart, 2e plv. aanvoerder
    Joost Cransberg
    Suzanne Dijkstra
    Nicholas Durrant
    Michiel Holtrop
    Margrietha Isings
    Avi Malkin
    Stephanie Steiner

    Cello
    Christiaan Louwens, aanvoerder
    Douw Fonda, 2e plv. aanvoerder
    Atie Aarts
    Mariet van Dijk
    Nitzan Laster
    Carin Nelson
    Rik Otto
    Anjali Tanna

    Contrabas
    Luis Cabrera Martin, aanvoerder
    Julien Beijer
    Sorin Orcinschi
    Peter Rikkers
    Rudolf Senn
    Erik Spaepen

    Fluit
    Leon Berendse, aanvoerder
    Hanspeter Spannring, aanvoerder
    Levke Hollmer, plv. aanvoerder
    Ellen Vergunst

    Hobo
    Toon Durville, aanvoerder
    Hans Meijer, aanvoerder
    Rob Bouwmeester
    Anita Janssen

    Klarinet
    Leon Bosch, aanvoerder
    Rick Huls, aanvoerder
    Harrie Troquet, plv. aanvoerder
    Peter Cranen
    Herman Draaisma

    Fagot
    Margreet Bongers, aanvoerder
    Remko Edelaar, aanvoerder
    Susan Brinkhof, plv. aanvoerder
    Dymphna van Dooremaal
    Jaap de Vries

    Hoorn
    Wouter Brouwer, aanvoerder
    Fokke van Heel, aanvoerder
    Stef Jongbloed
    Miek Laforce
    Fred Molenaar

    Trompet
    Gert-Jan Loot, aanvoerder
    Ad Welleman, aanvoerder
    Jeroen Botma, plv. aanvoerder
    Auke van der Merk
    Marc Speetjens

    Trombone
    Harrie de Lange, aanvoerder
    Gerard Peters, aanvoerder
    Wim Hendriks
    Matyas Veer, bastrombonist

    Tuba
    David Kutz, aanvoerder

    Pauken
    Peter Elbertse, aanvoerder

    Slagwerk
    Nando Russo, aanvoerder
    Hay Beurskens
    Paul Lemaire

    Harp
    Sandrine Chatron, aanvoerder


    Nederlands Kamerorkest

    1e viool
    Gordan Nikolić, concertmeester
    Beverley Lunt, 2e concertmeester
    Tomoko Katsura
    Philip Dingenen
    Melissa Ussery

    2e viool
    Laura Oomens, plv. aanvoerder
    Maartje Hetsen
    Roosje Reumkens-Dillingh

    Altviool
    Richard Wolfe, aanvoerder
    Leonid Rusanovsky, plv. aanvoerder
    Berdien Vrijland

    Cello
    Jan Bastiaan Neven, plv. aanvoerder
    Guillaume Grosbard

    Contrabas
    Annette Zahn, aanvoerder
    Walther van Domburg, plv. aanvoerder
    Last edited by Dejavudoo; January 19th, 2014 at 05:55 AM.

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    The Oslo Philharmonic Orchestra:



    Musicians

    1st violin
    Terje Tønnesen, concert master
    Elise Båtnes, concert master
    Pauls Ezergailis, associate concert master
    André Orvik, concert master II
    Eilen Siegel, assistant principal
    Jørn Halbakken
    Arild Solum
    Kristina M. Kiss
    Tora Dugstad
    Øyvind Fossheim
    Alyson Read
    Per Sæmund Bjørkum
    Arve Moen Bergset
    Kathrin Kolbanowicz
    Minna Alén
    Bogumila Dowlasz
    Alison Rayner
    Camilla Kjøll

    2nd violin
    Arne Jørgen Øian, principal
    Dagny Bakken, co-principal
    Vegard Johnsen, assistant principal I
    Svein Skretting, assistant principal II
    Berit Sem
    Tove Halbakken Resell
    Marit Egenes
    Niels Aschehoug
    Ragnar Heyerdahl
    Hans Morten Stensland
    Baard Winther Andersen
    Ingeborg Fimreite
    Kristin Skjølaas
    Aleksandre Khatiskatsi
    Aslak Juva
    Fujiko Imsajishi, substitute

    Viola
    Catherine Bullock, principal
    Henninge Landaas, co-principal
    Åshild Breie Nyhus, assistant principal I
    Anders Rensvik, assistant principal II
    Stephanie Riekman
    Inger Slåttebrekk Orestad
    Birgitta Johansson Halbakken
    Eirik Sørensen
    Dorthe Dreier
    Povilas Syrrist-Gelgota
    Heidi Heistø Carlsen, on leave
    Øystein Torp, substitute
    Masha Tønder, substitute
    vacant position

    Cello
    Anne Britt Sævig Årdal, principal
    Bjørn Solum, co-principal
    Katharina Hager-Saltnes, assistant principal I
    Ole Morten Gimle
    Hans Joseph Groh
    Cecilia Götestam
    Kari Ravnan
    Toril Syrrist-Gelgota
    Elin Rø, on leave
    Johannes Martens
    Kristine Martens, on leave
    Ole Eirik Ree, substitute

    Bass
    Kenneth Rydland, principal
    Dan Styffe, co-principal
    Glenn Lewis Gordin, assistant principal I
    Einar Schøyen
    Erlin Sunnarvik
    Kjetil Sandum
    Frode Berg, on leave
    Steinar Børmer
    Tuomo Savolainen
    Tor Balsvik, substitute

    Flute
    Per Flemström, principal
    vacant position, co-principal
    Anne Heistø Aavatsmark
    Andrew Cunningham

    Piccolo flute
    Andrew Cunningham, principal
    Anne Heistø Aavatsmark

    Oboe
    David Friedemann Strunck, principal
    Pavel Sokolov, co-principal
    Matz Johan Pettersen
    Håvard Norang

    English horn
    Håvard Norang, principal
    Matz Johan Pettersen

    Clarinet
    Leif Arne Tangen Pedersen, principalem>
    Fredrik Fors, co-principal
    Terje Nymark
    Matthieu Lescure

    E-flat clarinet
    Terje Nymark

    Bass clarinet
    Matthieu Lescure

    Bassoon
    Per Hannisdal, principal
    Roman Reznik, co-principal
    Frode Cato Carlsen
    Linn Cecilie Ringstad, on leave
    Anne Marie Nordbø, substitute

    Contra-bassoon
    Frode Cato Carlsen
    Linn Cecilie Ringstad, on leave
    Anne Marie Nordbø, substitute

    Horn
    Inger Besserudhagen, principal
    Kjell-Erik Arnesen, co-principal
    Jan Olav Martinsen, assistant principal
    Aksen Strøm
    Kjell Adel lundstrøm vacant position

    Trumpet
    Stian Eilertsen, principal
    Arnulf Naur Nilsen, co-principal
    Jonas Haltia vacant position

    Cornet
    Arnuld Naur Nilsen
    vacant position

    Trombone
    Aline Nistad, principal
    Terje Midtgård, co-principal
    Thorbjørn Lønmo

    Bass trombone
    Eirik A. Devold

    Tuba
    Frode Amundsen, principal

    Kettledrum
    Tom Vissgren, principal
    Torbjørn Ottersen, co-principal

    Percussion
    Christian Michael Berg, principal
    Terje Viken, co-principal
    Heming Valebjørg, partially on leave
    Torbjørn Ottersen Eirik Raude, on leave

    Harp
    Birgitte Volan Håvik, principal
    substitute

    Piano
    Gonzalo Moreno, principal

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    Re: Classical music and diversity

    If I were a conductor I'd be choosing orchestral players according to their musical ability NOT according to their genitalia.

  20. #70

    Re: Classical music and diversity

    Though some performers are chosen for their genitalia rather than musical ability



    http://www.justusboys.com/forum/thre...43#post9353143

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENDERBOY View Post
    They probably don't want to end up like these poor cows.

    He's basically the Dutch Liberace....


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    Quote Originally Posted by belamo View Post
    You never watched the Sesame Street feature on the difference between "diversity" and "division": ...
    I watched the Simpsons and Stewie but I DON"T watch cartoons!

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    Here are some musicians who are NOT chosen for their musical ability




    Lots of tears and middle-class PC people patronising the unemployable but not much musical ability

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    Considering JUB's typical reaction to anti-LGBT discrimination, it is absolutely incredibly how many glib and smartass answers Deja received to a question of why women are so dramatically underrepresented in classical music.

    I guess if it has a vagina, we don't care about it.

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    ^ Dejavudoo cares. . . . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by BENDERBOY View Post
    Didn't the Nazi Party throw all the ethnics into ovens though ?
    There are 8000 Jews in Austria, down from 200,000 in 1938. A lot of Jewish musicians were gassed or forced to emigrate. I don't know what the statistic is on racial diversity, but it could be a similar decimation. As for women, it could very well be that Austria is sexist. However, on a historical note, the discoverer of nuclear fission was Austrian professor Lise Meitner (also Jewish). Society was sexist then so she never got the Nobel Prize; instead it went to her male colleague whom did not actually make the discovery himself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    An orchestra should play as one team.

    I don't get this current fad for 'diversity'.

    Divided societies are unstable.

    As though instability is not a good thing.

    But as usual...bullshit.

  28. #78
    Here's Lenny leading the team in this Allegro con brio— he may have been philandering, PC, emotionally-unstable cock-sucker in private but there's no sloppy instability on stage!


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    I see the OP has abandoned his thread


    Quote Originally Posted by xbuzzerx View Post
    ...I guess if it has a vagina, we don't care about it.
    Yes, I'm disinterested. There are some vaginas here even though it's NOT the best recording of Britten's Guide



    I love the coda!

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    Some orchestras now have blind auditions, so that the candidate performs behind a screen. Ostensibly this ensures that the performer's sex and race are unknown to the persons judging him or her.

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    There's a great deal of delicious sonic diversity in this—




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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    ...There's Hildegarde of Bingen ….
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hildegard_of_Bingen


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    You can hear the warmth of the sun kick in around the 3 minute mark—


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    .....I guess if it has a vagina, we don't care about it.
    Didn't you hear all the vaginas in that last track, Buzzer? I heard them.

    This next track commemorates a regal vagina—


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    Not many people know that JS Bach experimented with Jazz... but that was 300 years ago


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    I bet Belamo wouldn't agree with that. But Beethoven occasionally swung into syncopation and stressing off the note.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pat grimshaw View Post
    I bet Belamo wouldn't agree with that. But Beethoven occasionally swung into syncopation and stressing off the note.
    No other Baroque composer used the same chord progression, and there is a parallel 5th in there, that's for you to find if you can - it was a big "no-no" in Common Practice.

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    On Easter Sunday, our organist played Christ Lag in Todesbanden. Sadly, although it is in our hymnal, we never sing it.

    Just hearing it as an offertory was a tonic to the soul, as it embodied some of the best of Bach in that genre.

    Our hymns have devolved into a mediocre mish-mash of uninteresting, simplistic modern hymns borrowed from this cultural shelf and that, proferred by a largely aged Caucasian progressive congregation that collectively suffers from White guilt and cultural envy.

    GREAT music should be borrowed from other cultures and greatly performed. A water-down Anglicized Black spiritual is like so much think oatmeal. A mumbled Hispanic or Korean song is like a badly interpreted poem.

    Rant over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dejavudoo View Post
    …. mish-mash....
    Leonard Bernstein's Mass is a very interesting mix





    some of it's thrilling and other parts banal

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