Richard Strauss - Christa Ludwig, Walter Berry, Orchestra And Chorus Of The German Opera, Berlin, Heinrich Hollreiser - Scenes From Richard Strauss': Elektra, Die Frau Ohne Schatten, Der Rosenkavalier download mp3 album
Der Rosenkavalier Act 2: Da Lieg' Ich; Herr Kavalier! 12:05. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat.
Walter Berry (8 April 1929 – 27 October 2000) was an Austrian lyric bass-baritone who enjoyed a prominent career in opera. He has been cited as one of several exemplary operatic bass-baritones of his era. Contents. Walter Berry was born in Vienna. He studied voice at the Vienna Music Academy and made his stage debut with the Vienna State Opera in 1947.
Daphne, Op. 82, is an opera in one act by Richard Strauss, subtitled "Bucolic Tragedy in One Act". The German libretto was by Joseph Gregor. The opera is based loosely on the mythological figure Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses and includes elements taken from The Bacchae by Euripides. The opera premiered at the Semperoper in Dresden on 15 October 1938, originally intended as a double bill with Strauss' Friedenstag, but as the scale of Daphne grew, that idea was abandoned.
DER ROSENKAVALIER’ Christa Ludwig, Gwyneth Jones, other singers. Leonard Bernstein, conductor, Vienna Philharmonic (Sony 88697527322; three discs). DIE FRAU OHNE SCHATTEN’ Birgit Nilsson, Leonie Rysanek, James King, Walter Berry. For me, Strauss’s fairy-tale opera Die Frau Ohne Schatten is his most musically distinguished and dramatically multilayered stage work. This revered live 1977 recording from the Vienna State Opera, with the great Karl Böhm conducting, brings together two phenomenal Strauss sopranos in thrilling voice: Leonie Rysanek as the childless Empress and Birgit Nilsson as the embittered Dyer’s Wife. Richard Strauss presents a quandary. For all that sumptuous Romantic afterglow, he has long been suspect for his failure to follow through on the modernist promise of Salome and Elektra, and for his accommodations to the Third Reich.
Elektra, O. 8 (Strauss, Richard). However, it is in the public domain in Canada (where IMSLP is hosted) and other countries where the term is life-plus-50 years (such as China, Japan, Korea and many others worldwide).
Surtitles English & Dutch. Richard Strauss Komödie für Musik in drei Aufzügen, op. 59 Libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal World premiere 26 January 1911, Königliches Opernhaus, Dresden. New production Premiere 5 september 2015. Dutch National Opera opens its anniversary season in festive style with a new production of Der Rosenkavalier. This popular opera by Richard Strauss is about the passing of time, growing older and the inconstancy of mankind, but it is also very comical. Strauss created new sounds, which he subtly incorporated into his music. The rhythm of the Viennese waltz pulsates throughout the piece. Welke stappen worden er doorlopen in de bouw van een decor? In deze video zie je hoe het decor van Der Rosenkavalier tot stand is gekomen.
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, Zubin Mehta. Richard Strauss: Symphonic Music from Intermezzo, Die Liebe der Dane, Die Frau ohne Schatten, Der Rosenkavalier. Der Rosenkavalier, waltz sequence for orchestra No. 1, . p. 139 (from Acts 1 & 2 of opera) (TrV 227c, AV 139). Zubin Mehta, Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. 1. Reisefieber und Walzerszene. 5. 2. Trämerei am Kamin. 7. 4. Fröhlicher Beschluß. 8. Die Frau ohne Schatten (The Woman Without a Shadow), symphonic fantasy from the opera, .
Conductor: Walter Berry. Composer: Richard Strauss. Audio CD (March 30, 1990). Interpretively Kleiber is very interesting and spontaneous. The surge in tempo during the climax of the great trio in act three is thrilling and deeply moving, pulse-raising stuff, yet he never draws attention to himself as the conductor. His unique direction arises completely naturally from the emotions of the moment. A newcomer to Erich Kleiber's famous recording is converted.
Barak, mein Mann-Christa Ludwig (soprano); Sieglinde Wagner (mezzo-soprano); Walter Berry (bass-baritone); Heinrich Hollreiser (conductor); Orchestra of the Deutsche Oper, Berlin. Da lieg' ich/Herr Kavalier-Christa Ludwig (mezzo-soprano); Walter Berry (bass-baritone); Heinrich Hollreiser (conductor); Orchestra and Men's Chorus of the Deutsche Oper, Berlin. Department: Classical.
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|A1||Elektra: Was Willst, Fremder Mensch? - Recognition Scene||19:25|
|B2||Die Frau Ohne Schatten Act 3: Barak, Mein Mann; Mir Anvertraut, Dass Ich Sie Hege
Alto Vocals – Sieglinde Wagner
|B3||Der Rosenkavalier Act 2: Da Lieg' Ich; Herr Kavalier!||12:05|
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