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
Hamletto, or Prosciuttino (Sung in simultaneous Italian and English) 27:39 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Wind Instruments I Have Known: How To Enjoy Your Bagpipe 09:43 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Da, Nyet, Da, Nyet 02:54 Vocal Music
Instruments of the Orchestra: The French Horn 10:55 Orchestral
Ring of Nibelungs, comic analysis 21:40 Vocal Music
Je n'ai pas la plume de ma tante 05:47 Miscellaneous (Classical)
How To Write Your Own Gilbert and Sullivan opera 16:06 Opera
I Love the Spring for voice & piano 03:43 Vocal Music
Schreechenrauf for voice & piano 06:46 Vocal Music
Introduction To A Concert (By A Women's Club President) 08:09 Vocal Music
Poetry in the Cellar 10:28 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Anna Russell Takes On...Mozart's Die Zauberflöte (Spoken Discussion) 1973 32:32 Miscellaneous (Classical)
About Opera and the Deficiencies of Most Plot Synopses (Spoken Discussion) 1973 03:54 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Backwards with the Folk Song 17:58 Vocal Music
Spoken introduction to the live 1973 discussion of Verdi's Nabucco and Mozart's Die Zauberflöte 1973 03:33 Miscellaneous (Classical)
Anna Russell Takes On...Verdi's Nabucco (Spoken Discussion) 1973 28:41 Keyboard
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