Personalities | Stephen Storace | Classical Era | Classical
Born in London of Italian and English parentage, Storace studied in Naples and first worked in Florence. He was back in London in the 1780s and spent time in Vienna, where his sister Nancy was a singer (she was the first Susanna in Mozart’s Marriage of Figaro); he was a friend of Mozart’s. Back in London in 1787, he became involved in theatrical life, in particular as a composer of operas, in which his songs vary from simple folk-like melodies to elaborate, italianate bravura arias. Notable successes were No Song, No Supper (1790) and The Pirates (1792).
O Tuneful Voice: Songs and Duets from Late 18th-Century England, Emma Kirkby, Rufus Müller, Timothy Roberts, Frances Kelly (Hyperion)
An extensive music information resource, bringing together the talents and expertise of a wide range of editors and musicologists, including Stanley Sadie, Charles Wilson, Paul Du Noyer, Tony Byworth, Bob Allen, Howard Mandel, Cliff Douse, William Schafer, John Wilson...
Classical, Rock, Blues, Jazz, Country and more. Flame Tree has been making encyclopaedias and guides about music for over 20 years. Now Flame Tree Pro brings together a huge canon of carefully curated information on genres, styles, artists and instruments. It's a perfect tool for study, and entertaining too, a great companion to our music books.
The ultimate story of a life of rock music, from the 1950s to the present day.
Fantastic new, unofficial biography covers
his life, music, art and movies, with a
sweep of incredible photographs.