The Queen Elisabeth Competition (Dutch: Koningin Elisabethwedstrijd, French: Concours musical international Reine Élisabeth) is an international competition for career-starting musicians held in Brussels. The competition is named after Queen Elisabeth of Belgium (1876-1965). It is a competition for classical violinists (from 1937 to present), pianists (from 1938-), singers (from 1988-) and cellists (from 2017-). It also used to hold international competitions for composers from 1953 to 2012.
Performer: Yes Album: The Yes Album Label: Atlantic Recording Corp.
Those two tracks, along with all seven opening the second disc and the last four on disc one, are off of Lyngstad's 1971 Frida album, which marked the place where she adopted her more familiar performing name. The other material, including her duets with folksinger Lars Berghagen, is also quite beguiling, reminiscent of the work of Jim & Jean, and that parallel is even more pronounced as one of their recordings was a cover of Phil Ochs' "Changes.
This album was released on the label Deutsche Grammophon (catalog number 2721 261).
OK. You are minutes away from monetizing your first tracks. Are you sure? It would mean no money! Complete signup. Franz Schubert Impromptu No. 4 in A-Flat Major, D. 899. Elisabeth Leonskaja, piano Recorded in 1971. Piano Chamber Music 1971. Released by: Фирма Мелодия.