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Some of Hogwood's Key Contributions to the Recordings of the Early Music Consort of London

Conductor, Musicologist, Keyboard player HomeNewsCalendarRecordingsPhotographsInstrumentsPublicationsBiographyArchiveLinksFeedback Recordings This online discography contains information on all of Christopher Hogwood's recordings that have been issued on LP, CD, VHS and DVD formats. It is ordered alphabetically by composer and can be navigated by using the A-Z links below. Select composers with many recordings have their own link at the top of the page and works may also be subdivided by category (e.g. Instrumental, Secular Vocal, Sacred Vocal, etc.). Records can be searched by composer, work, soloist, orchestra, instrument, or year of recording. J S Bach Beethoven Handel Haydn Martinů Mozart Purcell Vivaldi abcd e fghi j klm n op q rst u vw x y z 36 results for ‘david munrow’
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Christopher Hogwood

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Christopher Hogwood in 2012 Born(1941-09-10) 10 September 1941 (age 72)NationalityEnglishOccupationConductor, harpsichordist, writer and musicologistChristopher Jarvis Haley HogwoodCBE, MA (Cantab), HonMusD (Cantab) (born 10 September 1941, Nottingham), is an English conductor, harpsichordist, writer, musicologist and founder of the Academy of Ancient Music.

Contents [hide1Biography2Editing work2.1Brahms "discovery"3Books written by Christopher Hogwood4References5External links
Biography[edit] Hogwood studied music and classical literature at Pembroke College, Cambridge. He went on to study performance and conducting under Raymond Leppard and Thurston Dart; and later with Rafael Puyana and Gustav Leonhardt. He also studied in Prague with Zuzana Ruzickova for a year, under a British Council scholarship.[1]
In 1967, Hogwood founded the Early Music Consort with David Munrow, …