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The American-born bass Henry Kiichli is equally at home in Opera, in Oratorio and in the concert-hall. He has undertaken a wide variety of roles, including leading parts in Macbeth, Il barbiere di Siviglia, Die Zauberflöte, Manon, Otello, La Cenerentola, The Rape of Lucretia and Fidelio. As an oratorio soloist, he appeared in The Creation, Messiah, Judas Maccabaeus, the Requiems of Mozart and Brahms, among other works and has an extensive repertoire of art songs. At present, Mr. Kiichli is engaged at the Staatstheater in Oldenburg, Germany, and he can be heard in two operas by Siegfried Wagner recorded by Marco Polo

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Role: Classical Artist 
Album Title
Catalogue No  Work Category 
IBERT: Macbeth / Golgotha / Don Quichotte Marco Polo
Film and TV Music
IBERT: Macbeth / Golgotha / Don Quichotte Naxos
Film and TV Music
WAGNER, S.: Barenhauter (Der) Marco Polo

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