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Wikidata-logo.svg Nicolaus Harnoncourt
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Nativitas: 6 Decembris 1929; Berolinum
Obitus: 5 Martii 2016; Sankt Georgen im Attergau
Patria: Austria
Nomen nativum: Johann Nicolaus Graf de la Fontaine und d’Harnoncourt-Unverzagt

Officium

Munus: Concentus magister, Musicus, choir director, viol player, cellist, Scriptor, musicographus
Patronus: Mozarteum University Salzburg

Familia

Genitores: Eberhard de la Fontaine Graf d’Harnoncourt-Unverzagt;
Coniunx: Alice Harnoncourt
Proles: Elisabeth von Magnus, Eberhard Harnoncourt, Philipp Harnoncourt
Familia: Harnoncourt-Unverzagt

Memoria

Laurae: Pour le Mérite for Sciences and Arts, Ring of Honour of the austrian state Styria, Gold Decoration for Services to the City of Vienna, Praemium Erasmianum, Léonie Sonning Music Prize, Gramophone Award for Lifetime Achievement, Grammy Award for Best Choral Performance, Grammy Award for Best Choral Performance, Royal Philharmonic Society Gold Medal, honorary doctor of the University of Edinburgh, Kyoto Prize in Arts and Philosophy, Ernst von Siemens Music Prize, Robert Schumann Prize of the City of Zwickau, Bach Medal, Hans von Bülow Medal, Austrian Decoration for Science and Art

Nicolaus Harnoncourt (nobili loco natus Ioannes Nicolaus Comes de la Fontaine et d'Harnoncourt-Unverzagt die 6 Decembris 1929 Berolini, mortuus die 5 Martii 2016[1]) fuit psaltes celli et dux orchestrae Austriacus.

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  • Pagina officialis (Anglice)
  • Nikolaus Harnoncourt apud Sony BMG Masterworks (Germanice)
  • Biographia apud Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra (Anglice)
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