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  1. The Smithsonian Chamber Players & Santa Fe Pro Musica Symphony No. 4 in G Major (arr. E. Stein for chamber orchestra): I. Bedachtig, nicht eilen.
  2. Max van Egmond / Gustav Leonhardt / Christoph Prégardien: Smithsonian Chamber Players: Record Label: Trouvères: Courtly Love Songs from Northern France: Sequentia: Record Label A Song of Divine Love: Bach, Santana, Weiss: Lee Santana: Record Label.
  3. Audio, November Sweet Was The Song: Traditional Carols sung by Max van Egmond, baritone, with the Smithsonian Chamber Players under the direction of Kenneth Slowik (ND).
  4. Cantata BWV Komm, du süße Todesstunde Discussions - Part 1: Bach Cantata Top Ten: Peter Lewis wrote (January 30, ): Darryl wrote.
  5. Smithsonian Chamber Players* With Max van Egmond: Smithsonian Chamber Players* With Max van Egmond - Sweet Was The Song ‎ (CD) Smithsonian Collection: ND US: Sell This Version: 1 – 7 of 7. Show. Reviews Add Review. Lists Add to List. Videos.
  6. Sweet was the song. [Max van Egmond; Kenneth Slowik; Smithsonian Chamber Players,;] Music CD: CD audio: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: Max van Egmond, The Smithsonian Chamber Players. Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "Sweet was the song". Be the first. Similar Items.
  7. Elly Ameling is a Dutch soprano renowned for her performances of art song and oratorio. She is among the few singers to gain worldwide fame without being an operatic star. In fact, though she did sing one staged role (Ilia in Mozart's Idomeneo in and ), she avoided opera almost entirely during her more than year performing career.
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