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Owen Brannigan (Bass)

Born: 10th March 1908, Annitsford, North Tyneside,

Died: 9th May 1973

Nationality: British

Owen Brannigan OBE was an English bass, known in opera for buffo roles and in concert for a wide range of solo parts in music ranging from Henry Purcell to Michael Tippett. He is best remembered for his roles in Mozart and Britten operas and for his recordings of roles in Britten, Offenbach and Gilbert and Sullivan operas, as well as recordings of English folk songs.

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