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9 thoughts on “ Atto Unico (2^ Parte) - Richard Strauss - Elektra (Vinyl, LP)

  1. Catalogues. Only 88 compositions by the German composer Richard Strauss (–) have been assigned opus numbers; these numbers are shown in the table below in the column "Op."Two volumes of a catalogue of the remaining works were published by Erich Hermann Mueller von Asow (–) in After von Asow's death Franz Trenner [] (d. ) and Alfons Ott (d. ) published the.
  2. The first result of this succes was that she sang about 20 performances of Turandot at the Düsseldorf Opera House in , and then in december started this new production of Elektra. And she was a very interesting Elektra indeed. Strauss and Wager were very much her 'Fach', she sang Brünhilde and Isolde and performed in Londen, Berlin and /5(2).
  3. Feb 04,  · Bach: Konzert d-Moll BWV für Orgel ∙ hr-Sinfonieorchester ∙ Iveta Apkalna ∙ Riccardo Minasi - Duration: hr-Sinfonieorchester – Frankfurt Radio Symphony , views.
  4. Label: Decca - MET • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Box Set • Country: UK • Genre: Classical • Style: Opera Richard Strauss - Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra* - Georg Solti - Elektra (, Vinyl.
  5. Dec 26,  · The Metropolitan Opera got a head start on celebrating the th anniversary of the birth of Richard Strauss (born in Munich on June 11, ) by .
  6. richard strauss elektra / camilla nylund, michaela schuster, evelyn herlitzius, netherlands po, marc albrecht Challenge (2SACD-Book) - UPC/EAN: - Austria -
  7. Richard Strauss Dirigiert Richard Strauss. DG: Buy download online. Placidus Morasch (Violin), Georg Kniestedt (Violin), Karl Reitz (Viola), Enrico Mainardi (Cello) Bayerisches Staatsopernorchester, Berliner Staatskapelle, Berliner Philharmoniker, Bavarian State Orchestra, Bayerisches Staatsorchester, Richard Strauss.
  8. A1 – Atto unico (1e parte) B1 – Atto unico (2e parte) C1 – Atto unico (3e parte) D1 – Atto unico (conclusione) £
  9. Like Bartok's "Duke Bluebeard", the macabre spectacle of Strauss's "Elektra" is oddly compelling, like a road accident. Opera's most dysfuntional family is given some utterly astonishing music and for all that I recognise a degree of conscious artifice in Strauss's determined modernism, I find /5(23).

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