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Gerda Kosbahn (Soprano)

Born: Miesbach, Upper, Bavaria, Germany

The German soprano, Gerda Kosbahn, studied singing at the Conservatory in Munich. When she won the competition of the Concert of Young Artists in Hannover, she gained a contract with the Lower Saxony State Opera in Hannover.

Within a short time Gerda Kosbahn won a high reputation also as a concert and oratorio singer. Her excellent interpretations of contemporary works are generally acclaimed.

Source: Liner notes to the album “Bach-Kantaten BWV 61 und BWV 158”, conducted by Friedrich-Wilhelm Tebbe (Schwann, 1981)
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Harald Kurama (September 2010); Manfred Krugmann (Photo 01, July 2011)

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Friedrich-Wilhelm Tebbe

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BWV 61

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