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  1. Richard Deane joined the New York Philharmonic as Associate Principal Horn in September 2014. Previously, he served as third horn of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra since 1987, participating in more than 80 recordings, including 20 Grammy Award winners, for Telarc International.

  2. Richard Deane (bapt. 8 July 1610– 1 June 1653) was an English military officer who supported the Parliamentarian cause in the Wars of the Three Kingdoms. He was a General at Sea , major-general and one of the regicides of Charles I .

  3. About. Richard Deane is Associate Principal Horn of the New York Philharmonic beginning in the 2014-15 Season, and served as Acting Principal Horn from 2017-2022. Previously, he was the third horn of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra since 1987, participating in over 80 recordings, and 20 Grammy winners, for Telarc International during that period.

  4. Richard Deane may refer to: Richard Deane (bishop) (died 1576), Bishop of Ossory; Richard Deane (Lord Mayor) (died 1635), English merchant who was Lord Mayor of London in 1628; Richard Deane (priest), Irish Anglican priest; Richard Deane (regicide) (1610–1653), English General at Sea, major-general and regicide; See also. Richard ...

  5. Richard Deane was appointed Associate Principal Horn of the New York Philharmonic beginning in the 2014–15 season. Previously, as the third horn of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra since 1987, he participated in over 80 recordings, 20 of which were Grammy winners, for Telarc International.

  6. www.westminster-abbey.org › abbey-commemorations › commemorationsRichard Deane | Westminster Abbey

    Politician. Having a daily relationship with a 1000 year old garden is a joy. Jan - Head Gardener. Richard Deane, Cromwellian army and naval officer, was buried in a vault in Henry VII's chapel in Westminster Abbey but was exhumed by order of Charles II.