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Oberthür, Hymnes Sacrées

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Charles Oberthür (1819-1895) was one of the best-known of nineteenth-century harpists and a prolific composer for his instrument. Born in Munich, he held appointments at Zurich and Wiesbaden before settling in London in 1844. At the forefront of English harp playing and teaching for the next fifty years he also maintained strong European connections, teaching at the Paris and Brussels conservatories, touring extensively and visiting numerous courts and festivals. His private pupils included Princess Stephanie (wife of Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria) and the Duchess of Wellington.

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Charles Oberthür (1819-1895) was one of the best-known of nineteenth-century harpists and a prolific composer for his instrument. Born in Munich, he held appointments at Zurich and Wiesbaden before settling in London in 1844. At the forefront of English harp playing and teaching for the next fifty years he also maintained strong European connections, teaching at the Paris and Brussels conservatories, touring extensively and visiting numerous courts and festivals. His private pupils included Princess Stephanie (wife of Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria) and the Duchess of Wellington.

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Oberthür, Le Sylphe, Morceau gracieux

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Charles Oberthür (1819-1895) was one of the best-known of nineteenth-century harpists and a prolific composer for his instrument. Born in Munich, he held appointments at Zurich and Wiesbaden before settling in London in 1844. At the forefront of English harp playing and teaching for the next fifty years he also maintained strong European connections, teaching at the Paris and Brussels conservatories, touring extensively and visiting numerous courts and festivals. His private pupils included Princess Stephanie (wife of Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria) and the Duchess of Wellington. In 1884 he toured the USA.

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Charles Oberthür (1819-1895) was one of the best-known of nineteenth-century harpists and a prolific composer for his instrument. Born in Munich, he held appointments at Zurich and Wiesbaden before settling in London in 1844. At the forefront of English harp playing and teaching for the next fifty years he also maintained strong European connections, teaching at the Paris and Brussels conservatories, touring extensively and visiting numerous courts and festivals. His private pupils included Princess Stephanie (wife of Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria) and the Duchess of Wellington. In 1884 he toured the USA.

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Oberthür, Sur la Rive de la Mer, Impromptu Op. 117

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Charles Oberthür (1819-1895) was one of the best-known of nineteenth-century harpists and a prolific composer for his instrument. Born in Munich, he held appointments at Zurich and Wiesbaden before settling in London in 1844. At the forefront of English harp playing and teaching for the next fifty years he also maintained strong European connections, teaching at the Paris and Brussels conservatories, touring extensively and visiting numerous courts and festivals. His private pupils included Princess Stephanie (wife of Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria) and the Duchess of Wellington. In 1884 he toured the USA.

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Charles Oberthür (1819-1895) was one of the best-known of nineteenth-century harpists and a prolific composer for his instrument. Born in Munich, he held appointments at Zurich and Wiesbaden before settling in London in 1844. At the forefront of English harp playing and teaching for the next fifty years he also maintained strong European connections, teaching at the Paris and Brussels conservatories, touring extensively and visiting numerous courts and festivals. His private pupils included Princess Stephanie (wife of Crown Prince Rudolph of Austria) and the Duchess of Wellington. In 1884 he toured the USA.

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Orrego-Salas, Juan, Variations on a Chant, Op. 92

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Juan Antonio Orrego Salas is a Chilean composer of contemporary classical music and musicologist. He was a student of Randall Thompson and Aaron Copland in the United States, and later settled in Indiana, where he co-founded the Latin American Music Center.

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Juan Antonio Orrego Salas is a Chilean composer of contemporary classical music and musicologist. He was a student of Randall Thompson and Aaron Copland in the United States, and later settled in Indiana, where he co-founded the Latin American Music Center.

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Ortiz, Alfredo-Rolando, Cumbia Verde for 2,3, or 4 Harps or Harp Ensemble

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This incredible piece was commissioned by the Dutch Host Committee of the Tenth World Harp Congress to premier at the July 22, 2008 Tenth World Harp Congress in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Although this arrangement is for 2, 3, 4, or more harps, any harp ensemble that performs this piece becomes part of an incredible legacy. At its premier, this piece was performed on 232 harps (one of the harpists was composer Alfredo Orlando Ortiz), breaking the Guinness World Record of the Largest Harp Orchestra to date.

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This incredible piece was commissioned by the Dutch Host Committee of the Tenth World Harp Congress to premier at the July 22, 2008 Tenth World Harp Congress in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Although this arrangement is for 2, 3, 4, or more harps, any harp ensemble that performs this piece becomes part of an incredible legacy. At its premier, this piece was performed on 232 harps (one of the harpists was composer Alfredo Orlando Ortiz), breaking the Guinness World Record of the Largest Harp Orchestra to date.

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