Max van Egmond

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Max van Egmond (born 1 February 1936 in Semarang) is a Dutch bass and baritone singer. He has focused on oratorio and Lied and is known for singing works of Johann Sebastian Bach. He was one of the pioneers of historically informed performance of Baroque and Renaissance music.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1990 Messe H-Moll, BWV 232 J.S. Bach; Isabelle Poulenard, Guillemette Laurens, René Jacobs, John Elwes, Max van Egmond, Harry van der Kamp, Collegium Musicum Van de Nederlandse Bachvereging, La Petite Bande, Gustav Leonhardt 2
1990 Sweet was the Song Smithsonian Chamber Players, Max van Egmond 1
1993 Anthems / Instrumental Music / Songs Henry Purcell; Bowman, Rogers, van Egmond, King's College Choir Cambridge, Leonhardt-Consort, Brüggen-Consort 2
1993 Vespro della Beata Vergine Claudio Monteverdi; Hansmann, Jacobeit, Rogers, van t'Hoff, Egmond, Villisech, Monteverdi-Chor Hamburg, Concentus Musicus Wien, Jürgen Jürgens 1

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