Title: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg
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Bass-Baritone Vocals – Hanns-Hermann Nissen. Conductor – Arturo Toscanini. Liner Notes – Erich Leinsdorf. Mezzo-soprano Vocals – Kerstin Thorborg. Soprano Vocals – Maria Reining. Tenor Vocals – Anton Dermota, Eduard Fritsch, Georg Maikl, Hermann Gallos, Richard Sallaba. Tenor Vocals – Henk Noort. Auto-coupled release. Private Record - Not For Sale" on each label. Includes a leaflet with notes in English by Erich Leinsdorf. All sides recorded at the Salzburg Festival in August 1937, except side 10 which was recorded at the final concert in New York on April 4th.
Hans Herrmann Nissen, Charles Kullman, Hermann Wiedemann, Richard Sallaba, Lotte Lehmann, Kerstin Thorborg. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus under Arturo Toscanini, Salzburg Festival. Hans Herrmann Nissen, Henk Noort, Hermann Wiedemann, Richard Sallaba, Maria Reining, Kerstin Thorborg. Eklipse EKR 54, Grammofono 2000 AB 78017-25, Andante AND 3040. Otto Wiener, Jess Thomas, Benno Kusche, Friedrich Lenz, Claire Watson, Lillian Bennigsen, Hans Hotter. Orchester and the Chorus of the Staatsoper Bavaria etc. under Joseph Keilberth.
Richard Sallaba, Wiener Philharmoniker, Vienna State Opera Chorus, Arturo Toscanini. Act 3 (Conclusion): Euch macht ihr's leicht, mir macht ihr's schwer - Hans Hermann Nissen, Hermann Wiedemann, Wiener Philharmoniker, Arturo Toscanini. 5. Act 3 (Conclusion): Morgen ich leuchte in rosigem Schein - Hermann Wiedemann, Wiener Philharmoniker, Vienna State Opera Chorus, Arturo Toscanini. 6. Act 3 (Conclusion): Morgenlich leuchtend in rosigem Schein - Henk Noort, Wiener Philharmoniker, Vienna State Opera Chorus, Arturo Toscanini.
1936 Salzburg Arturo Toscanini Lotte Lehmann Nissen Kullmann Thorborg Alsen Original vintage, pre-war, folded programme leaflet for Wagner's Die Meistersinger at the Salzburg Festival, 1936 Arturo Toscanini conducted, with Lotte Lehmann as Eva, Hans Hermann Nissen as Hans Sachs, Charles Kullman as Walther, and Kerstin Thorborg as Magdalena Salzburger Festspiele 1936 No individual dates are given, but one performance took place.
1937: Hans Herrmann Nissen, Henk Noort, Hermann Wiedemann, Richard Sallaba, Maria Reining, Kerstin Thorborg, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra and Chorus under Arturo Toscanini, Salzburg Festival. 1943: Jaro Prohaska, Max Lorenz, Eugen Fuchs, Josef Greindl, Erich Zimmermann, Maria Müller, Camilla Callab, Bayreuth Festival Orchestra and Chorus under Wilhelm Furtwängler, Bayreuth Festival. 1964: Otto Wiener, Jess Thomas, Benno Kusche, Hans Hotter, Friedrich Lenz, Claire Watson, Lillian Bennigsen, Orchester and the Chorus of the Staatsoper Bavaria etc. under Josef Keilberth BMG. 1968: (Sung in English) Norman Bailey, Alberto Remedios, Derek Hammond-Stroud, Noel Mangin, Margaret Curphey, Gregory Dempsey, Sadler's Wells Orchestra & Chorus under Reginald Goodall, Chandos. Arturo Toscanini discography - Arturo Toscanini Arturo Toscanini conducted recordings from 1920 until his retirement in 1954.
Works: Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Performer: Hans Hermann Nissen, Maria Reining, Henk Noort, Hermann Wiedemann; Vienna State Opera Chorus, Vienna PO/ Arturo Toscanini (1937). The Salzburg broadcast of MEISTERSINGER from the following year (1937), now released on Andante, features Schorr’s replacement, Hans Hermann Nissen, whose full, reliable voice is as pleasing as his impersonation of Sachs is plain. Although Toscanini clearly differentiates between the liveliness of the apprentices and the gravitas of Pogner, he frequently sacrifices dramatic light and shade on the altar of musical continuity (most obviously in the David-Walter scene in Act I), and the horn-heavy recorded balance obscures his achievements in the realm of sonority.
Kaum ein anderer Klangkörper wird dauerhafter und enger mit der Geschichte und Tradition der europäischen Musik in Verbindung gebracht als die Wiener Philharmoniker. This summer's program includes the operas "Médée", "Oedipe", "Orphée aux enfers" and "Salome" as well as concerts with Herbert Blomstedt, Franz Welser-Möst, Riccardo Muti, Daniel Barenboim and Bernard Haitink. Overview of all Performances. 1st Philharmonic Concert in Salzburg with Herbert Blomstedt. The newly named Honorary Member of the Vienna Philharmonic conducts Gustav Mahler's 9th Symphony. 2nd Philharmonic Concert in Salzburg with Franz Welser-Möst
Orchestra: Chor der Wiener Staatsoper, Wiener Philharmoniker. Maria Reining has a voice that is somewhat more delicate and silvery than Gueden's (1964) more matronly (yet wonderful) soprano, but much less so than Popp's (1982) girlish metal thread of a voice. Popp, though, was not in great voice on that recording, and there are places where she is shrill and harsh on the high notes.
|A1||Atto Primo (1 Parte)|
|B1||Atto Primo (2 Parte)|
|C1||Atto Primo (Conclusione)|
|C2||Atto Secondo (1 Parte)|
|D1||Atto Secondo (2 Parte)|
|E1||Atto Secondo (Conclusione)|
|F1||Atto Terzo (1 Parte)|
|G1||Atto Terzo (2 Parte)|
|H1||Atto Terzo (3 Parte)|
|I1||Atto Terzo (4 Parte)|
|J1||Atto Terzo (Conclusione)|
NotesSalzburg Festival 5. 8. 1937 / With 4 page insert.
In Italian. Box: Printed in Italy. Labels: Made in Italy.