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Paul Esswood (폴 에스우드)

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West Bridgford, Britain

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1942/06/02~

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Paul Esswood (b. June 6, 1942 in West Bridgford, England) is an English countertenor. He is best known for his singing in Bach cantatas and the operas of Handel and Monteverdi. Along with his countrymen Alfred Deller and James Bowman, he led the revival of countertenor singing in modern times.

Esswood studied at the Royal College of Music in London from 1961 to 1964. His professional debut was in a performance of Handel's Messiah for the BBC (1971).

Esswood has perticipated in over 150 recordings, including the alto parts in many Bach cantatas with the Teldec series by conductors Nikolaus Harnoncourt and Gustav Leonhardt. He has recorded Messiah four times, as well as extended works by Henry Purcell, Claudio Monteverdi, Francesco Cavalli, Marc-Antoine Charpentier and others.

Among the roles in contemporary works written for Esswood are the title role in Philip Glass's Akhnaten and Death in Penderecki's Paradise Lost. He also sang in the première of Schnittke's Second Symphony.

Paul Esswood is the founder of Pro Cantione Antiqua, an all-male a cappella group specilizing in early music. He is also establishing a reputation as a conductor of Baroque opera.

 

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