Gwynne Howell (operatic bass)

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Gwynne Howell (born 13 June 1938) is a Welsh operatic bass, known particularly for his performances of Verdi and Wagner roles.

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1982Stabat MaterRossini; Catherine Malfitano, Agnes Baltsa, Robert Gambill, Gwynne Howell, Orchestra e coro del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Riccardo Muti2
1988Choral SymphonyBeethoven; Heather Harper, Alfreda Hodgson, Robert Tear, Gwynne Howell, Sinfonia Chorus, Members of London Symphony Chorus, Northern Sinfonia of England, Richard Hickox2
1988Elgar: The Dream of Gerontius / Parry: Blest Pair of Sirens / Parry: I Was GladSir Edward Elgar, Sir Hubert Parry; Felicity Palmer, Arthur Davies, Gwynne Howell, London Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Chorus, Richard Hickox2
1989MessiahGeorge Frideric Handel; Ameling, Reynolds, Langridge, Howell, Neville Marriner3
1992Mass in F minor / Psalm 150Bruckner; Juliet Booth, John Mark Ainsley, Gwynne Howell, Jean Rigby, Corydon Singers, Corydon Orchestra, Matthew Best2
1995L’Enfance du ChristBerlioz; Alastair Miles, Jean Rigby, Gerald Finley, John Aler, Gwynne Howell, Corydon Singers, Corydon Orchestra, Matthew Best2
1998Guillaume Tell (1972 studio cast)Gioachino Rossini; Gabriel Bacquier, Montserrat Caballé, Nicolai Gedda, Mady Mesplé, Kolos Kovacs, Gwynne Howell, Ambrosian Opera Chorus, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Lamberto Gardelli53
2006Coronation Ode / The Spirit of EnglandElgar; Teresa Cahill, Anne Collins, Anthony Rolfe Johnson, Gwynne Howell, Scottish National Orchestra Chorus, Scottish National Orchestra, Sir Alexander Gibson1
“Great” Mass in C minor, K. 427Mozart; Margaret Marshall, Felicity Palmer, Anthony Rolfe Johnson, Gwynne Howell, Chorus & Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Sir Neville Marriner1

Album + Live

1991Mass in B Minor, BWV 232J. S. Bach; Lott, von Otter, Blochwitz, Shimell, Howell, Chicago Symphony Orchestra & Chorus, Sir Georg Solti1
1994I Capuleti e i Montecchi (1984 London recording)Vincenzo Bellini; Agnes Baltsa, Edita Gruberová, Gwynne Howell, Dano Raffanti, John Tomlinson, Royal Opera Chorus, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Riccardo Muti2
2003Symphony no. 9 “Choral”Beethoven; Mari Anne Häggander, Alfreda Hodgson, Robert Tear, Gwynne Howell, London Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra, Klaus Tennstedt1

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