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9 thoughts on “ Erfahre Das Geschick - Wagner* - The Great Operas From The Bayreuth Festival (CD) ”

  1. Wagner aficionados from around the globe reverently take their places in the Bayreuth Festival's spare, amphitheater-shaped auditorium, ready and willing to spend five or so hours watching beloved.
  2. Recorded live at the Bayreuth Festival. Bayreuth Festival - 22 July ℗ Music & Arts Programs of America, Inc. Previously released on 3 CDs as CD CDs made in the U.S.A. First cat.# on back cover, second on CD.
  3. A special, limited edition CD box set containing all of Wagner’s operas from The Flying Dutchman () to his final masterpiece Parsifal () in performances from the opera house created specifically for the production of Wagner’s masterpieces, the Bayreuth Festival Theatre.
  4. Product Description Wagner: The Great Operas from the Bayreuth Festival A special, limited edition CD box set containing all of Wagner's operas from The Flying Dutchman to his final masterpiece Parsifal in performances from the opera house created specifically for the production of Wagner's masterpieces, the Bayreuth Festival Theatre.
  5. Act III: Erfahre das Geschick, vor dem ich dich bewahr'! (Live) $ $ Clearly one of Wieland Wagner’s great New Bayreuth nights Inspired by Wieland’s punky Brechtian new production of the opera, Sawallisch returned to as much detail of Wagner’s original Dresden score as was then known about The cast is on fire as.
  6. Aug 08,  · T he first act is set not in a 16th-century Nuremberg church, but in in Wagner’s Bayreuth home Wahnfried, where the composer is receiving birthday adulation. Eva .
  7. ‘The Tenor Heroes of Bayreuth’ is an extraordinary 10CD collection that features recordings of Richard Wagner’s operas from the Bayreuth Festival. These range from those made during the early years of Bayreuth under the direction of Cosima Wagner, to sound documents made under Siegfried and Winifred Wagner and the “New Bayreuth” post-war era under the Wagner grandchildren Wieland and .
  8. The CD's have a very pale gold with the opera's name, CD number and Acts in silver. The cardboard CD sleeves have a photo of Wagner on the front, with CD number in white, no original covers. The back is dark yellow, with the CD number in black, opera, track numbers and arias, plus acts. BOOKLET has the operas name, plus singers and conductors.
  9. The slimmest Senta in the world Although Wagner himself made it quite clear to King Ludwig II of Bavaria that the Flying Dutchman was among those works of his deemed fit to be performed in Bayreuth, the “Romantic Opera in three Acts” was not staged there till , as the last of those ten. was a special year in “New Bayreuth”: by producing the earliest, Wieland Wagner had now.

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