Aafje Heynis Biography (Wikipedia)
Aafje Heynis (2 May 1924 – 16 December 2015) was a Dutch contralto. In 1961, she was awarded the Harriet Cohen International Music Award. A tea rose, hybridised by Buisman 1964, was named after her.
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Aafje Heynis Tracks
Rhapsody for alto, male voice and orchestra Op. 53
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