Browse: Yvonne Naef (mezzo-soprano), CD
This page lists all recordings performed by Yvonne Naef.
Isabel Leonard (L'Enfant), Yvonne Naef (Mother, Chinese Cup, Dragonfly), Jean-Paul Fouchécourt (Teapot, Arithmetic and Frog), Elliot Madore (Grandfather Clock/Tomcat), Paul Gay (Armchair/Tree), Anna Christy (Princess, Fire, Nightingale)
Saito Kinen Orchestra, Seiji Ozawa
Susan Graham has absolutely the right voice for this music and knows it well. Her French is fine and I'm delighted she respects Ravel's carefully notated vocal slides. — More…
Erin Wall, Elza van den Heever, Laura Claycomb (sopranos), Katarina Karnéus, Yvonne Naef (mezzos), Anthony Dean Griffey (tenor), Quinn Kelsey (baritone), James Morris (bass-baritone)
San Francisco Symphony Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony Chorus, Pacific Boychoir, San Francisco Girls Choir,...
In part II, however, Tilson Thomas manages to create a sense of rapt introspection and untroubled serenity far removed from the more tangible and portentous lyricism Solti tends to provide in... — More…
The Final Sessions
Yvonne Naef (alto)
Netherlands Radio Symphony Orchestra, Hans Vonk
Beautiful playing for what became a fine conductor’s epitaph…This is an essential disc for admirers of the Dutch conductor Hans Vonk. The performances, beautifully played and vividly recorded,... — More…
Melanie Diener (soprano), Juliane Banse (soprano), Lisa Larsson (soprano), Yvonne Naef (alto), Birgit Remmert (alto), Anthony Dean Griffey (tenor), Stephen Powell (baritone), Askar Abdrazakov (bass), Alfred Muff (bass)
Tonhalle Orchestra Zurich, David Zinman
Simone Kermes (Leonora), Herbert Lippert (Manrico), Miljenko Turk (Il Conte de Luna), Yvonne Naef (Azucena), Josef Wagner (Ferrando), Camilla de Falliero (Ines), Daniel Martinez-Corvera (Ruiz), Sebastian Bollacher (An Old Gypsy), Jurgen Deppert (A Messenger)
Orchestra & Chorus of the Ludwigsburg...
Stuart Skelton (Siegmund), Yvonne Naef (Sieglinde), Deborah Polaski (Brünnhilde), Falk Struckmann (Wotan), Mikhail Petrenko (Hunding), Jeanne Piland (Fricka), Hellen Kwon (Gerhilde), Miriam Gordon-Stewart (Helmwige), Gabriele Rossmanith (Ortlinde), Katja Pieweck (Siegrune), Renate Spingler (Rossweiße),...
Young's balancing of orchestral textures is interestingly calculated, often novel, and most attentive to the written dynamics. …Polaski… is compelling. With Struckmann's Wotan… she achieves... — More…