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Eta Harich-Schneider. Real Name: Eta Margarethe Harich-Schneider. Profile: German harpsichordist, musicologist, Japanologist and author, born 16 November 1897 in Oranienburg, Germany and died 10 January 1986 in Vienna, Austria. Eta Harich-Schneider. The Harpsichord Suites Of Couperin (LP, Album).
Eta Harich-Schneider wrote important books on harpsichord technique and repertoire and on Japanese art music. She also made notable recordings of works by Baroque masters and of collections of Japanese music. She received a Guggenheim fellowship in 1955. Source: Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of 20th Century Classical Musicians (1997) Contributed by Aryeh Oron (February 2007). Eta Harich-Schneider: Short Biography Recordings of Instrumental Works.
Eta Harich-Schneider. Eta Harich-Schneider (harpsichord) Kleine Cembalostücke von Finken, Nachtigallen und anderem Getier. Couperin, Rameau, Di Lasso, Eta Harich-Schneider, 1962: Harpsichord Works. Bach Brandenburg Concerto No. 6 (Alois Melichar, 1933). Weine Du Nicht (2009 Remastered Version).
Listen to music from Eta Harich-Schneider like "Goze" Singer Sugimoto Kikue Accompanies Herself On The "Shamisen. Takada, Japan, 1964, Weine Du Nicht & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Eta Harich-Schneider. Eta Margarethe Harich-Schneider (born Schneider; 16 November 1897 in Oranienburg; † 10 January 1986 in Garching or Wien) was a German harpsichordist, musicologist and japanologist.
A harpsichord is a musical instrument played by means of a keyboard. This activates a row of levers that turn a trigger mechanism that plucks one or more strings with a small plectrum. The term denotes the whole family of similar plucked-keyboard instruments, including the smaller virginals, muselar, and spinet. The harpsichord was widely used in Renaissance and Baroque music. During the late 18th century, with the rise of the piano, it gradually disappeared from the musical scene.
Eta Harich-Schneider. The Harpsichord Suites of Couperin (From the Fourth Book of Pieces for the Harpsichord). Mace records MCS 9081. Messe Pour Les Couvents. Master Works for Organ, volume 4, Francois Couperin, Louis Couperin, Georges Robert at the organ of S. Merry Church, Paris. Nonesuch records H-1150.
Eta (Margarete) Harich-Schneider (1894–1986). Rudolph Dolmetsch (1902–1942). Yella Pessl (1907–1991). Frank Pelleg (1910–1968). Nancy Salas (1910–1990). Ralph Kirkpatrick (1911–1984). Isolde Ahlgrimm (1914–1995). Boys for Pele, the third album of American singer-songwriter Tori Amos, is notable for featuring the harpsichord as the main instrument on several songs, including the lead single "Caught a Lite Sneeze. "Harpsichord History". Retrieved 2009-04-13.