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Richard Wagner - Wolfgang Sawallisch - Tannhäuser (Originalaufnahme Der Bayreuther Festspiele) album download
Richard Wagner - Wolfgang Sawallisch - Tannhäuser (Originalaufnahme Der Bayreuther Festspiele) album download
Performer: Richard Wagner
Title: Tannhäuser (Originalaufnahme Der Bayreuther Festspiele)
Country: Germany
Released: 1964
Style: Opera, Neo-Romantic
Rating: 4.2/5
Format: MP3 FLAC ADX MIDI VOX MP3 VOC RA MIDI
FLAC size: 1874 mb | MP3 size: 1305 mb | WMA size: 1134 mb
Genre: Classical

Tannhäuser Und Der Sängerkrieg Auf Der Wartburg (Höhepunkte Der Oper). A1. Szene 1: Venusbergmusik. A2. Szene 2: Duett Venus/Tannhäuser: Gebliebter Komm! II. Aufzug. A3. Szene 1: Arie Der Elisabeth: Dich, Treue Halle. A4. Szene 2: Einzug Der Gäste: Freudig Begrüßen Wir - Aus Dem Sängerkrieg. A5. Szene 1: Chor Der Älteren Pilger: Beglückt Darf Nun. B1. Szene 1: Gebet Der Elisabeth: Allmächt’ge Jungfrau. B2. Szene 2: Lied An Den Abendstern: Wie Todesahnung - O Du, Mein Holder Abendstern.

Wolfgang Sawallisch died at his home in Grassau on 22 February 2013, aged 89. Sawallisch has been acclaimed as an interpreter of the music of Richard Strauss. As a pianist, he accompanied a number of prominent singers in lieder, including Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Dame Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Dame Margaret Price. He has also been acclaimed for his interpretations of the symphonies of Anton Bruckner.

Richard Wagner: visionary, utopian – his heritage remains alive here. At the most exciting musical theatre festival in the world. Conductor: Valery Gergiev. Director: Tobias Kratzer. Stage design: Rainer Sellmaier. Conductor: Christian Thielemann. Director: Yuval Sharon. Director: Katharina Wagner. Stage design: Frank Philipp Schlößmann Matthias Lippert. Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. Conductor: Philippe Jordan. Director: Barrie Kosky. Stage design: Rebecca Ringst.

Hardcover, September 10, 2010. Wagner: Tannhäuser ~ Domingo, Studer, Baltsa, Salminen, A. Schmidt; Sinopoli Audio CD. Plácido Domingo. Tannhauser Audio CD. Nilsson, gerdes, berlin german opera orch.

LyricsTannhäuser, dritter Akt: O d. ichard Wagner, Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Bayreuth Festival Orchestra. Download now. English.

By Chor der Bayreuther Festspiele - Richard Wagner, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Anja Silja & Bayreuth Festival Orchestra. Winterreise, D. 911: V. Der Lindenbaum. By Franz Schubert - Hermann Prey & Wolfgang Sawallisch. Tannhäuser, Act 1: Overtüre. Naht euch dem Strande. By Richard Wagner - Wolfgang Sawallisch, Chor der Bayreuther Festspiele & Bayreuth Festival Orchestra. Born in Munich in 1923, Wolfgang Sawallisch was a prominent representative of the German conducting tradition, known for his thoughtful and refined interpretations of the classical repertoire. His piano teachers were Ruoff, Haas, and Sachse. In 1947, following graduation from the Munich Hochschule für Musik, Sawallisch began his professional career, working first as a repetiteur and chorus master at the Augsburg Opera Theater.

Wolfgang Sawallisch (26 August 1923 – 22 February 2013) was a German conductor and pianist. Wolfgang Sawallisch was the son of Maria and Wilhelm Sawallisch. His father was director of the versicherung in Munich. Wolfgang Sawallisch had a brother Werner, who was five years older. He passed his Abitur in 1942 at the ium in Munich.

The Richard Wagner Festival in Bayreuth was opened in 1876 with three performances of the complete Ring. It took six years before the next Festival could take place. In 1882 only Parsifal was played (16 performances). In 1951 the Festival reopened after the war. Wieland and Wolfgang Wagner were joint leaders until Wieland's death in 1966. Since then Wolfgang Wagner has been artistic supervisor and leader of the Festival. I have never come across an audience with so much hatred, so much anger, such a thirst for revenge. They take everything personally.

Tracklist

Tannhäuser Und Der Sängerkrieg Auf Der Wartburg (Höhepunkte Der Oper)
I. Aufzug
A1 Szene 1: Venusbergmusik
A2 Szene 2: Duett Venus/Tannhäuser: Gebliebter Komm!
II. Aufzug
A3 Szene 1: Arie Der Elisabeth: Dich, Treue Halle
A4 Szene 2: Einzug Der Gäste: Freudig Begrüßen Wir - Aus Dem Sängerkrieg
III. Aufzug
A5 Szene 1: Chor Der Älteren Pilger: Beglückt Darf Nun
B1 Szene 1: Gebet Der Elisabeth: Allmächt’ge Jungfrau
B2 Szene 2: Lied An Den Abendstern: Wie Todesahnung — O Du, Mein Holder Abendstern
B3 Szene 3: Romerzählung: Inbrunst Im Herzen - Chor Der Pilger: Heil! Heil! Der Gnade Wunder Heil!

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Festspielhaus, Bayreuth
  • Recorded By – Philips
  • Marketed By – Planeta-Agostini

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals [Wolfram Von Eschenbach (Ritter Und Sänger)] – Eberhard Waechter*
  • Bass Vocals [Biterolf (Ritter Und Sänger)] – Franz Crass
  • Bass Vocals [Hermann, Landgraf Von Thüringen] – Josef Greindl
  • Bass Vocals [Reinmar Von Zweter (Ritter Und Sänger)] – Gerd Nienstedt
  • Chorus Master [Chordirektor] – Wilhelm Pitz
  • Composed By – Richard Wagner
  • Directed By [Regie Und Inszenierung] – Wieland Wagner
  • Leader [Musikalische Leitung] – Wolfgang Sawallisch
  • Mezzo-soprano Vocals [Venus] – Grace Bumbry
  • Soprano Vocals [Elisabeth, Nichte Des Landgrafen] – Anja Silja
  • Tenor Vocals [Heinrich Der Schreiber (Ritter Und Sänger)] – Georg Paskuda
  • Tenor Vocals [Tannhäuser (Ritter Und Sänger)] – Wolfgang Windgassen
  • Tenor Vocals [Walther Von Der Vogelweide (Ritter Und Sänger)] – Gerhard Stolze

Notes

Originalaufnahme der Bayreuther Festspiele 1962

Recording date: 1962-07-12

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
837 025 GY Richard Wagner - Wolfgang Sawallisch Richard Wagner - Wolfgang Sawallisch - Tannhäuser (Originalaufnahme Der Bayreuther Festspiele) ‎(LP) Philips 837 025 GY Germany 1964
75 779 Richard Wagner Tannhäuser ‎(LP, Club) Philips 75 779 Germany 1967
412 023-1 Wagner* Tannhäuser Grosser Querschnitt / Highlights ‎(LP, Album) Philips 412 023-1 Netherlands 1984
837 025 GY Richard Wagner Tannhäuser ‎(LP, Album) Philips 837 025 GY Germany Unknown