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8 thoughts on “ Schlimm, Fürcht Ich, Schloß Der Streit - Wagner* / Vienna Philharmonic* / Solti* - Die Walküre (CD)

  1. Individual catalog numbers: CD1: CD2: CD3: CD4: Other catalog number on each CD: Set ℗ The Decca Record Company Limited, London3/5(1).
  2. Richard Wagner - Georg Solti, Conducting The Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra*, Birgit Nilsson, Hans Hotter, Régine Crespin, James King (3), Christa Ludwig, Gottlob Frick - Die Walküre ‎ 5/5(1).
  3. Recorded from through , it was the first complete Ring to be taped in the studio, in stereo, with Solti's conducting, the casting of the best possible Wagner singers of the day, and the brilliant playing of the Vienna Philharmonic. Die Walkure was the final opera in the Ring cycle recorded by John Culshaw, a pioneering classical record.
  4. Different track separations from previous CD edition. Cardboard box/slipcase, containing CD fatbox and page booklet. The booklet contains cast, introduction, synopsis, illustrations and the libretto - all in French, German and English ("Libretto translation by courtesy of Deutsche Grammophon").
  5. Mar 30,  · Recorded from through , it was the first complete Ring to be taped in the studio, in stereo, with Solti's conducting, the casting of the best possible Wagner singers of the day, and the brilliant playing of the Vienna Philharmonic.
  6. By Richard Wagner Sir Georg Solti, Vienna Philharmonic, Kurt Böhme, George London, Die Walküre: Erster Aufzug. "Wes Herd dies auch, hier muß ich rasten" "Schlimm, fürcht ich, schloß der Streit" By Richard Wagner Birgit Nilsson, Sir Georg Solti, Vienna Philharmonic & Hans Hotter.
  7. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Wagner: Die Walküre - Georg Solti, Wiener Philharmoniker on AllMusic -
  8. Wagner: Die Walküre (Gesamtaufnahme) - Nilsson, Crespin, King, Solti, Wp, Wagner "Schlimm, fürcht ich, schloß der Streit" (Zweiter Aufzug) 8. Was keinem in Worten ich künde (Zweiter Aufzug) This is the best recording of Die Walkure. Solti is wonderful, and the Vienna Philharmonic is magnificent. Nilsson is brilliant, and Crespin and.

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