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Donald McIntyre (Wotan), Heinz Zednik (Loge), Hermann Becht (Alberich), Hanna Schwarz (Fricka), Matti Salminen (Fasolt), Fritz Hübner (Fafner), Carmen Reppel (Freia), Martin Egel (Donner), Siegfried Jerusalem (Froh), Helmut Pampuch (Mime), Ortrun Wenkel (Erda),...
Chéreau's Marxist-tinged, Industrial Revolution-set production was by no means greeted with universal enthusiasm when it made its debut at the 1976 Bayreuth Festival...By the time the production... — More…
Olaf Bär, Eric Stocklossa, Stefan Margita, Heinz Zednik & John Mark Ainsley
Arnold Schoenberg Chor & Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Pierre Boulez
Presently the only DVD version of Janácek's last opera, and it's a good one - even if it doesn't match the Scottish Opera/Welsh National staging many will remember. — More…
20 documentaries on 5 DVDs in a luxury DVD Box
Frank Michael Erben (violin), Gil Shaham (violin), Martha Argerich (piano)
Kammerorchester C.P.E. Bach, Gewandhausorchester Leipzig, Berliner Philharmoniker, Sächsische Staatskapelle Dresden, Freiburger Barockorchester, Wiener Philharmoniker, Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Lucerne Fesitval Orchestra,...
Daniel Barenboim (piano)
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Pierre Boulez
Boulez paints the often delicate colours of Ravel's Valses nobles et sentimentales with subtlety, the Vienna Philharmonic's woodwind showing their finesse. — More…
Manfred Jung (Siegfried), Heinz Zednik (Mime), Hermann Becht (Alberich), Donald McIntyre (Wanderer), Fritz Hübner (Fafner), Gwyneth Jones (Brünnhilde), Norma Sharp (Waldvogel)
Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele, Pierre Boulez & directed by Patrice Chéreau
Magdalena Kožená & Christian Gerhaher
The Cleveland Orchestra, Pierre Boulez
Magdalena Kozena is an engaging performer; a sensitive one too, who tellingly alters her expressive demeanour...while Christian Gerhaher is rather more formal in his approach, they're a nicely... — More…
On the Occasion of Franz Liszt's 200th Birthday
Daniel Barenboim (piano)
Staatskapelle Berlin, Pierre Boulez
Barenboim's approach to both concertos deals in the monumental rather than in quicksilver Romantic scintillation. The Second Concerto's broader idiom duly comes off best, with moments of impressive... — More…