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Rétroperspective Philippe Herreweghe by himself : 1981-2007

Philippe Herreweghe (conductor)
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Rétroperspective Philippe Herreweghe by himself : 1981-2007

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Title
Rétroperspective Philippe Herreweghe by himself : 1981-2007
Conductor
Philippe Herreweghe 1947-
Publisher
Harmonia Mundi, 2007
2 cd's + bonus dvd-video
Recording date
1981-2007
Playing time
02:33:23
EAN
0794881835027
CDR
DBX8451
Placing suggestion
41 - Verzamel-cd's klassiek (NBLC) K9 - Klassieke muziek verzamelingen (Flemish music schema)

Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 13 times in Flemish libraries

About Philippe Herreweghe

Philippe Maria François Herreweghe, Knight Herreweghe (born 2 May 1947) is a Belgian conductor and choirmaster.

Herreweghe has founded La Chapelle Royale and Collegium Vocale Gent and is a heavily renowned conductor of Renaissance to early Romantic classical music, with his largest known specialisation being in Baroque music—with a particular focus towards the work of Johann Sebastian Bach.

Early life

Herreweghe was born in Ghent as the first of three children to Edward Raymond Frans (1919-2006) and Elza Maria Augusta Herreweghe (née van Herrewege; 1919-1976). He received his first piano lessons from his mother.

In his school years at the University of Ghent, Herreweghe combined studies in medical science and psychiatry with a musical education at the Ghent Conservatory, where Marcel Gazelle, Yehudi Menuhin's accompanist, was his piano teacher.

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