Conductor Sir Charles Mackerras dies ...

Conductor Sir Charles Mackerras dies of cancer at 84 in London

There are 3 comments on the KHWB-TV Houston story from Jul 15, 2010, titled Conductor Sir Charles Mackerras dies of cancer at 84 in London. In it, KHWB-TV Houston reports that:

A Tuesday Nov. 22, 2005 photo from files of Britain's Queen Elizabeth II presenting the inaugural Queen's Medal For Music to Australian musician Sir Charles Mackerras , right, at Buckingham Palace, London, watched by the Queen's Master of Music Sir Peter Maxwell Davies, centre.

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Ho Lee Schitt

Richmond, IN

#1 Jul 16, 2010
Finally, news about a REAL musician. What a tragedy for those of us who are civilized and listen to the classics.

“All hail Koromo Amae”

Since: Mar 09

Anywhere Out Of This World

#2 Jul 16, 2010
R.I.P. Thats sad. Long live real Music (I.E. Rock, Metal, 80's Pop, Classic Rock)

I hope this guy is enjoying Heaven.:'(

“Capitalistroadst er”

Since: Sep 07

Canberra

#3 Jul 16, 2010
May he rest in peace.

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