[anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist)

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Aliases

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Alias Sort name Begin Date End Date Type Locale
Latv. revolūc. dz. Latvian
佚名 Artist name Chinese (primary)
[anon.]
[anon]
[anonymous 16th century]
[anonymous, School of Peritonus]
[anonymous, St. Martial]
[Anonymous]
[religious music]
A.M.E. Church (Africa)
Annoymous
Anon
Anon (XIVc.)
anon ffs Search hint
Anon.
Anoniem
Anonim
Anonimo
Anonimous
Anonomi portugues
Anonym
Anonyme
Anonyme début XVIIe s
Anonyme du 16 Siecle
Anonyme Espagnol XVIIIe s
Anonyme Français (XIème siècle)
Anonymous
Anonymous (14th Century)
Anonymous (Turkish)
Anonymous performer in Chiang Mai
Anonymous, 17th century
Anonymous, from an Augustinian monastic songbook (Bavaria 14th century)
Anonymous, from Notre-Dame of Paris (early 13th century)
Anonymous, from Reading Abbey (mid 13th century)
Anonymous, from the "Dublin Troper" (14th century)
Anonymus
Codex Calixtinus
English Anonymous
hackerwerdenhacken
Llibre Vermell de Montserrat
Piæ Cantiones
Reading Rota (13th century)
Rumell Türküsü
Song-Poem
Studiomusiker och Sangare Search hint
Zeybek Türküsü
無名氏 Search hint

Artist credits

This is a list of all the different ways [anonymous] (Special Purpose Artist) is credited in the database. View the artist credit documentation for more details.

Name
13th century
15th century
A.M.E. Church (Africa)
Alfonso X el Sabio / Colin Muset / Guillaume d'Amiens / Alfonso X el Sabio / [anonymous]
Annoymous
Anon
Anon.
Anon. / Andreas Hanson
Anon. / arr. Daryl Runswick
Anon. [Lucas Fernándex?]
Anon. arr. S. Pasero
Anon., 16th century
Anon., Codex Cortona
Anon., Codex Faenza
Anon./Simone Prudenzani
Anoniem
Anonimo
Anonimo (CMP)
Anonimo (Cancionere di Gandia) / Bartomeu Càrceres
Anonimo (Cancionero Montecassino)
Anonimo (Canto sinagogale)
Anonimo Ottomano
Anonimo Sefardita
Anonimo portughese
Anonimo tradizionale turco
Anonmye
Anonomi portugues
Anonym
Anonyme
Anonyme (XVII)
Anonyme / Joan Cabanilles
Anonyme / Luis de Narváez
Anonyme Alicante
Anonyme Angleterre
Anonyme Berbère
Anonyme Catalogne
Anonyme Grèce
Anonyme Israël
Anonyme Portugal
Anonyme Portuguais
Anonyme Séfarade
Anonyme XVIIe siècle / arr. J. Savall
Anonyme anglais XIVème siècle
Anonyme anglais XVème siècle
Anonyme des Orkneys XIIème siècle
Anonyme francais XIIIème siècle
Anonyme français
Anonyme italien XVème siècle
Anonyme portuguais
Anonyme rhénan XIIIème siècle
Anonymes
Anonymous
Anonymous (15th century)
Anonymous (17th century) / Traditional
Anonymous (Busnois?)
Anonymous (Cancionero de Palacio, c. 1500)
Anonymous (Walter Frye?)
Anonymous 13th Century
Anonymous German c. 1394
Anonymous, English
Anonymous, Spanish
Anonymus
Anonymus (Al-Andalus) / Um Al Kiram (s. XI)
Anonymus (Andalucía)
Anonymus (CM Calabria)
Anonymus (CMP)
Anonymus (País Vasco)
Anonymus Córdoba (s. X)
Anonymus Sefardi / Manuel Forcano
Anthony de Countie / [anonymous] / Philip van Wilder
Anónimo
Anónimo (Andalucía)
Anónimo (CMM 4) / Joanot Martorell
Anónimo (CMP 106)
Anónimo (CMP 109)
Anónimo (CMP 113)
Anónimo (CMP 121)
Anónimo (CMS 8)
Anónimo (China)
Anónimo (Sefardí) / Cervantes
Anónimo (s. XVII) / Cervantes
Anónimo / A. Martín y Coll
Anónimo / D. Pisador
Anónimo / L. Milán
Anónimo / Valderrábano
Anónimo Francés
Anónimo Italiano
Big Bird and the Kids
Big Bird, Grover, Elmo, Cookie Monster, Prairie Dawn, Snuffaluffagus, Wolfgang the Seal, Hoots and The Kids
Braye MS
Britten / [anonymous]
Camerata, arr. Alan Catherall
Cancioneiro de Elvas
Cantigas de Santa Maria
Chanson à boire
Chant Grégorien
Chant Grégorien / Thierry Escaich
Codex Calixtinus
Corelli, Marais, Martín y Coll, Ortiz, Anónimos; Jordi Savall, Rolf Lislevand, Michael Behringer, Arianna Savall, Bruno Cocset, Pedro Estevan, Adela Gonzalez-Campa
Einojuhani Rautavaara; Hannu Niemelä, Johanna Rusanen-Kartano, Jorma Hynninen, Jaakko Kortekangas, Mati Turi, Petri Pussila, Tuomas Katajala, Kaivos Chorus, Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra, Hannu Lintu
El. Kiderminster (John Bull?)
Elever från Stockholms musikskolor
Esa Ruuttunen, [studio orchestra], Osmo Vänskä
Faenza Codex
Florentinus
Folger Dowland MS
Frankes début du XVème siècle
Girolamo Frescobaldi / [anonymous]
Gregorian
Helinant de Froidmont / [anonymous]
Jacob Obrecht / [anonymous] / [anonymous] / Tielman Susato
Jacques Mauduit / [anonymous]
James Lauder, Anon
Jane Pickeringe MS
Jascha Heifetz, Gregor Piatigorsky, Malcolm Hamilton, [chamber orchestra]
Jean‐Joseph Mouret, Jean-Baptiste Lully, Anonymous; Orchestre de chambre Jean-François Paillard, Jean-François Paillard
Jean‐Pierre Ferland avec le public
Johann Heugel, Thomas Stoltzer, [anonymous] & Ludwig Senfl
John Bedingham / [anonymous]
King Henry VIII of England, [anonymous]
Llibre Vermell de Montserrat
Locheimer Liederbuch
Manuscrits Barcelone
Manuscrits Chypre
Manuscrits d'Apt
Marchetto Cara / [anonymous]
Médiéval Anonyme
New England's Freelance Singers, Fred MacArthur, Murray Kidd
Nikolay Nikolayevich Kedrov / [traditional] / [anonymous]
Ofertorio Ambrosiano
Palestrina, Plainsong, Liszt; Taverner Consort and Choir, Andrew Parrott
Piæ Cantiones
Plainchant
Plainsong
Plainsong arr. Matthew Martin
Reading Rota (13th century)
Rowallan MS
Selden MS
Spiritual
Straloch MS
Studiomusiker och Sangare
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The Knight of the Lute
Toirdhealbhach Ó Cearbhalláin - [anonymous]
Tone 2, Anonymous
Trad. Jewish
Trinity Roll MS
William Cornish, [anonymous], Doctor Cooper
William Shakespeare, John Sturt MS
Winchester Troper
[Canadian traditional] / [anonymous]
[anonimo]
[anonymous / "Roose"]
[anonymous]
[anonymous]
[anonymous]
[anonymous] & Phil Sterman
[anonymous] & Stevens
[anonymous] & Willcocks
[anonymous] (J. S. Bach?)
[anonymous] - Thomas Connellan
[anonymous] / Benedetto Ferrari
[anonymous] / Dario Castello
[anonymous] / David Wikander
[anonymous] / Enrique Granados
[anonymous] / Evan Ziporyn
[anonymous] / Francis Cuttinge / John Johnson
[anonymous] / Giacomo de Gorzanis
[anonymous] / Girolamo Frescobaldi
[anonymous] / Hans Neusidler / Diego Ortiz
[anonymous] / James O'Donnell
[anonymous] / John Coperario
[anonymous] / John Morén
[anonymous] / John Thomas
[anonymous] / Josquin des Près
[anonymous] / Leonhard Leeb
[anonymous] / Luis Maldonado
[anonymous] / Ralph Vaughan Williams
[anonymous] / Sergei Rachmaninov
[anonymous] / Sidney Campbell
[anonymous] / Sir Charles Villiers Stanford
[anonymous] / Ulrich Dieckmann
[anonymous] / [anonymous]
[anonymous] and Lee Jackson
[anonymous] attr. Thomas W. Tally
[anonymous] attrib. Thomas W. Tally
[anonymous] feat. Benedictine Monks of the Abbey Münsterschwarzach
[anonymous] feat. Cem Yılmaz
[anonymous] feat. Coro de monjes de la Abadía de Montserrat
[anonymous] gelesen von Christoph Maria Herbst
[anonymous] gesprochen von Anna Thalbach
[anonymous]Thomas Stoltzer
[anonymous], Agostino Manni
[anonymous], Helene Poeldaru, Veljo Tormis
[anonymous], Judith Nelson & Dennis Ferry
[anonymous], arr. Ralph Vaughan Williams
[anonymous], transcribed by Oscar Chilesotti
[anonymous]/Monteverdi
[anonymous]; Alfred Deller, Desmond Dupré
[anonymous]; Ensemble Gilles Binchois, Dominique Vellard
[anonymous]; Gustav Leonhardt
[anonymous]; Gérard Zuchetto
[anonymous]; Martin Gester, Le Parlement de Musique
[anonymous]; New London Consort, Philip Pickett
[anonymous]; The Folger Consort
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anonym
anonymous
geist. Gesang