Wagner, Strauss, Mozart - Prinzregententheater München • Historische Aufnahmen • Historical Recordings 1947-1962 download flac
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In 1979 the award was known as Best Historical Repackage Album. In 1980 it was awarded as Best Historical Reissue. In 1981 it was awarded as Best Historical Reissue Album. From 1982 to the present it has been awarded as Best Historical Album. Years reflect the year in which the Grammy Awards were presented, for works released in the previous year. The award is presented to individuals responsible for compiling and engineering the winning album. Philip Siney, compilation producer; Ben Turner, mastering engineer (Sir Georg Solti and Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra) (Decca). Holy Ghost: Rare & Unissued Recordings (1962–70). Dean Blackwood, Ben Young, compilation producers; Joe Lizzi, Kevin Reeves, Ben Young, mastering engineers (Albert Ayler) (Revenant).
Richard Strauss: Historical Recordings, Volume 2 (1941 - 1947). Released by Classical Moments Mar 2015 8 Tracks. Richard Strauss: Historical Recordings, Volume 2 (1941 - 1947) is a English album released on Mar 2015. Richard Strauss: Historical Recordings, Volume 2 (1941 - 1947) Album has 8 songs sung by Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Richard Strauss, Sir Thomas Beecham. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Richard Strauss: Historical Recordings, Volume 2 (1941 - 1947) songs on Gaana.
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Historical Wagner Recordings. The Moralt studio ring in 1949, despite a good cast and sound, suffers a lack of dynamics and highlights. Fairly correct, but it doesn’t take off until Siegfried. Except for the Rheingold, the Kempe Bayreuth Ring from 1962 recently released by Myto is a missed opportunity, with some singers burnt out and a lack of quality in the sound. This comes from private tapes by Grace Hoffman. Two of the three Rings that I recommend by Rudolf Kempe are very different.
Wiener Philarmoniker, Richard Strauss (1944). Thus Spoke Zarathustra, Symphonic Poem O. 0. Boston Symphony Orchestra, Serge Koussevitztky (1947). Liebesscene from Feuersnot, O. Royal Philharmonic Orchestra,Thomas Beecham (1947). CD 5 : Orchestral Suite aus Der Burger als Edelmann, O. Pittsburg Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner (1946). Concerto N. For Horn And Orchestra In E Flat Major, O. 1. Philharmonia Orchestra, Aleco Galliera (1947).
is a reissue of Lomax's original Negro Prison Songs. The group work songs, while excellent examples of the style, are by their nature less distinctive than the extraordinary solo performances. Nonetheless, they are uniformly strong and include many of the most common of such pieces. Sample this album Artist (Sample).
Historical Recordings 1947-1952.
Further recommended historical recordings. Erich Kleiber (1890-1956) conducts: Smetana: Die Moldau ; J. Strauss: "Du und Du" ; J. Strauss: Overture to Fledermaus Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962) plays different pieces. Mischa Elman (1891-1967) plays Dvorak: Humoresque ; Schubert: Ständchen. Sasha Culbertson (b. 1894?) plays Wieniawski: 2nd movement from 2nd violin concerto. Bronisalw Huberman (1882-1947) plays: Tchaikovsky: Concerto ; Beethoven: Concerto. Eddy Brown (1895-1974) plays Mendelssohn: Concerto ; Grieg: Sonata & Rachmaninoff: Vocalise.
The in Munich offers a wide range of classical performances. Receive your e-Ticket via e-mail after secure purchase. Information, Schedule and Tickets. Select date range for events. The in Munich (English: The Prince Regent's Theatre) is the headquarter of the Bavarian Theater Academy. It is used both for student performances as well as for performances by the Bavarian State Opera and guest appearances.
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|Die Walküre (Aufnahme • Recording 1947)
Bass Vocals [Hunding] – Friedrich DalbergComposed By – Richard WagnerConductor – Georg SoltiOrchestra – Bayerisches StaatsorchesterSoprano Vocals [Sieglinde] – Marianne SchechTenor Vocals [Siegmund] – Franz Völker
|A||1.Akt (1.Teil) “Wes Herd dies auch sei”||33:27|
|B||1.Akt (2.Teil) “Mit Waffen wehrt sich der Mann”||30:34|
|Der Rosenkavalier (20.07.1952)
Bass Vocals [Baron Ochs] – Kurt BöhmeChorus – Chor Der Bayerischen StaatsoperComposed By – Richard StraussConductor – Erich KleiberMezzo-soprano Vocals [Annina] – Ina GerheinOrchestra – Bayerisches StaatsorchesterSoprano Vocals [Octavian] – Elisabeth GrümmerSoprano Vocals [Sophie] – Erna Berger
|C1||Mir ist die Ehre widerfahren (Überreichung der silbernen Rose)||11:26|
|C2||Da lieg’ ich (Finale 2.Akt)||11:56|
Composed By – Richard StraussConductor – Karl BöhmOrchestra – Bayerisches StaatsorchesterSoprano Vocals [Chrysothemis] – Leonie RysanekSoprano Vocals [Elektra] – Christel Goltz
|C3||Elektra, Schwester (Schlußszene)||9:45|
|Don Giovanni (14.08.1962)
Baritone Vocals [Don Giovanni] – George London Bass Vocals [Komtur] – Gottlob FrickBass Vocals [Leporello] – Benno KuscheBass Vocals [Masetto] – Albrecht PeterChorus – Chor Der Bayerischen StaatsoperComposed By – Wolfgang Amadeus MozartConductor – Joseph KeilberthOrchestra – Münchner PhilharmonikerSoprano Vocals [Donna Anna] – Hildegard HillebrechtSoprano Vocals [Donna Elvira] – Sena JurinacSoprano Vocals [Zerlina] – Anneliese RothenbergerTenor Vocals [Don Ottavio] – Nicolai Gedda
|D1||Ouverture • Szene “Notte e giorno faticar” (1.Akt, 1.Szene)||10:55|
|D2||“Alfin siam liberati - La ci darem la mano” (1.Akt, 9 Szene) “Fermati scellerato- Ah fuggi il traditor” (1.Akt, 10.Szene)||7:10|
|D3||“Io deggio ad ogni patto - Fin ch’han dal vino” (1.Akt, 15.Szene)||2:50|
|D4||“Don Giovanni, a cenar teco - Ah dove è il perfido?” (2.Akt, 15. & letzte Szene)||11:55|
- Liner Notes – Claus-Dieter Schaumkell
NotesHistorical live recordings from the Prinzregenten-Theater, München 1947, 1952, 1945, 1962.
Liner notes in German inside gatefold - French & English translations on inner sleeves.
Digitally mastered - Deutsche pressung- Direct Metal Mastering
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- Label Code: 8175