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The French coloratura soprano, who excelled as Delibes's Lakmé and in operetta, has died aged 89.
The French baritone, who excelled in his native repertoire and as Scarpia and Iago, has died aged 95.
The American cellist, who won two Grammys for his piano trio recordings with Vladimir Ashkenazy and Itzhak Perlman, has died aged 76.
The Polish composer, whose talent for creating uncanny sonorities inspired film-directors including Stanley Kubrick and Martin Scorsese, has died aged 86.
The British pianist, who was particularly associated with the music of Nikolai Medtner, has died aged 80.
The Dutch pianist, conductor and composer has died aged 81.
The Italian opera conductor, who was one of the finest Verdi and Puccini interpreters of the twentieth century, has died aged 88.
The Italian soprano, who was widely recognised as one of the finest Verdi and Puccini singers of the twentieth century, has died aged 84.
The American pianist, who was as renowned for his work with contemporary composers as for his period-instrument performances of Mozart and Beethoven, has died aged 72.
The Austrian bass-baritone, who was especially renowned for his Wagner roles and made his final appearance in Die Meistersinger only last April, has died aged 95.
The Australian horn player and conductor has died at the age of 88.
A short video tribute remembering some of the musicians who passed away during 2019.
The German lyric tenor and conductor, who was particularly acclaimed for his interpretations of Schubert lieder and the Bach Passions, has died aged 84.
The Latvian conductor, who held posts with the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra and the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, has died aged 76 following a long struggle with a heart condition.
The English organist and conductor, who was Director of Music at King’s College Cambridge for almost four decades, has died aged 70.
The Italian baritone, who sang major roles on many of the greatest opera recordings of the mid-twentieth century, has died aged 95.
The British conductor, harpsichordist and musicologist, who spearheaded the revival of Monteverdi’s and Cavalli’s operas in the 1960s and 70s, has died aged 92.
The Italian spinto tenor, who was particularly famed for his Verdi and Puccini roles, has died aged 56.
The Georgian composer, known for his film music, sweeping orchestral laments and finely-wrought instrumental miniatures, has died at the age of 84.
The magnificent American soprano, widely recognised as one of the great Strauss and Wagner singers of the late twentieth century, has died aged 74.