Anna Russell

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In spite of, or perhaps because of, her upbringing as a British lady of society, Anna Claudia Russell-Brown became regarded as "the world's funniest woman" for her witty satire of classical music. Russell…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
I Love the Spring for voice & piano Vocal Music
La Canto Dolciamente, Pipo Vocal Music
Spoken introduction to the live 1973 discussion of Verdi's Nabucco and Mozart's Die Zauberflöte 1973 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Anna Russell Takes On...Verdi's Nabucco (Spoken Discussion) 1973 Keyboard
How To Write Your Own Gilbert and Sullivan opera Opera
Instruments of the Orchestra: The French Horn Orchestral
Anna Russell Takes On...Mozart's Die Zauberflöte (Spoken Discussion) 1973 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Ring of Nibelungs, comic analysis Vocal Music
Wind Instruments I Have Known: How To Enjoy Your Bagpipe Miscellaneous (Classical)
Hamletto, or Prosciuttino (Sung in simultaneous Italian and English) Miscellaneous (Classical)
Da, Nyet, Da, Nyet Vocal Music
About Opera and the Deficiencies of Most Plot Synopses (Spoken Discussion) 1973 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Poetry in the Cellar Miscellaneous (Classical)
The Prince of Philadelphia, operetta Opera
Schreechenrauf for voice & piano Vocal Music
Backwards with the Folk Song Vocal Music
Introduction To A Concert (By A Women's Club President) Vocal Music
Je n'ai pas la plume de ma tante Miscellaneous (Classical)
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