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  • innova Wu wrote on September 02, 2009 report

    Music is a universal language. People who have a great contribution to our music today are all geniuses. Just like Erich Kunzel, who died at the age 74! Erich Kunzel, a giant in the symphony world, has passed away at the age of 74 from cancer. He had been the director of the Cincinnati Pops, an offshoot of the Cincinnati Philharmonic, since 1977. He was instrumental in the creation of the Cincinnati Pops, and upon it's creation was named director. He also conducted other symphony orchestras, such as the National Symphony Orchestra, especially the National on Memorial Day and Fourth of July broadcast performances. He also made numerous recordings of classical works, and even recorded jazz with Duke Ellington and Dave Brubeck. Erich Kunzel will be sorely missed, and recordings he worked on are well worth a cash advance. Visit this site for further informations.