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Saturday, April 28, 2012

Happiness is not a destination, it is a trailer


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Here's a partial WIKI on this alt@source : Roy Goodman (born 26 January 1951, Guildford, England) is a conductor and violinist, specialising in the performance and direction of early music. He became internationally famous as the 12-year-old boy treble soloist in the March 1963 recording of Allegri's Miserere with the Choir of King's College, Cambridge under David Willcocks. Goodman studied at the Royal College of Music, and became a Fellow of the Royal College of Organists and Associate of the Royal College of Music. He has also served as Director of Music at the University of Kent in Canterbury and Director of Early Music Studies at the Royal Academy of Music.  ||  alt@search
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Remember happiness is a way of travel, not a destination ~ Roy Goodman

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Esto es un WIKI parcial en este alt@fuente : Roy Goodman (nacido el 26 de enero de 1951, Guildford, Inglaterra) es un director de orquesta y violinista, que se especializa en la ejecución y la dirección de la música antigua. Llegó a ser famosa internacionalmente como solista niño de 12 años de edad se triplique en marzo de 1963 la grabación del Miserere de Allegri, con el Coro del Colegio del Rey, Cambridge bajo Willcocks David. Goodman estudió en el Royal College of Music, y se convirtió en miembro del Real Colegio de Organistas y Asociado del Royal College of Music. También se ha desempeñado como Director de Música en la Universidad de Kent en Canterbury y Director de Estudios de Música Antigua en la Real Academia de la Música. ||  alt@search

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Hier ist eine partielle WIKI auf dieser alt@Quelle : Roy Goodman (geboren 26. Januar 1951, Guildford, England) ist ein Dirigent und Geiger, spezialisiert auf die Leistung und die Richtung der Alten Musik. Er wurde international berühmt, als der 12-jährigen Jungen Sopransolo im März 1963 die Aufnahme von Allegris Miserere mit dem Choir of King 's College in Cambridge unter David Willcocks. Goodman studierte am Royal College of Music und wurde Fellow des Royal College of Organisten und Mitglied der Royal College of Music. Er hat auch als Director of Music an der University of Kent in Canterbury und Direktor der Alten Musik Studium an der Royal Academy of Music serviert.  ||  alt@search
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Voici un WIKI partielle sur ce alt @ source : Roy Goodman (né le 26 Janvier 1951, Guildford, Angleterre) est un chef d'orchestre et violoniste, spécialisée dans la performance et la direction de la musique ancienne. Il est devenu internationalement célèbre en tant que soliste garçon de 12 ans des aigus dans le Mars 1963 enregistrement de Miserere d'Allegri avec le Choeur de King 's College, Cambridge sous David Willcocks. Goodman a étudié au Royal College of Music, et est devenu Fellow du Collège royal des organistes et Associé de la Royal College of Music. Il a également servi comme directeur de musique de l'Université du Kent à Canterbury et directeur des études de musique ancienne à la Royal Academy of Music. | | Alt @ recherche ||  alt@search



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