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Hertha Glaz, Thomas Haysward, Hans Hoffer, Set Svanhlom, Astird Varnay
New York Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus, Fritz Reiner
...a searingly dramatic performance under Fritz Reiner with a cast as starry as one could imagine. Reiner's conducting is urgent and intense from start to finish, with Hans Hotter in his prime... — More…
Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Fritz Reiner
Kirsten Flagstad, soprano / Lauritz Melchior, tenor
London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Opera House Chorus, Covent Garden, Fritz Reiner
This is an improved remastering by Ward Marston of a VAI set which received a warm welcome for preserving the rewarding partnership of Flagstad and Melchior, some would say unsurpassed in their... — More…
American Broadcast Performances 1942-1952
Alexander Kipnis (Boris), Frank Miller (cello), Carleton Cooley (viola), Mischa Mischakoff (violin), Oscar Levant (piano), Bidú Sayão (soprano), Frank Miller (solo cello)
NBC Symphony Orchestra, New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra, The Cleveland Orchestra, Columbia Symphony Orchestra,...
Paul Schöffler (Sachs), Gottlob Frick (Veit Pogner), Eberhard Waechter (Nachtigall), Erich Kunz (Beckmesser), Hans Braun Fritz Kothner), Hans Beirer (Walther), Murray Dickie (David), Irmgard Seefried (Eva) & Rosette Anday (Magdalena)
Vienna State Opera, Fritz Reiner
The heavily bombed State Opera House in Vienna reopened on November 5, 1955, with a performance of Fidelio. Die Meistersinger, the Viennese favourite, followed in a new production and was the... — More…
Martha Mödl (Leonore), Anton Dermota (Florestan), Paul Schöffler (Pizarro), Ludwig Weber (Rocco), Irmgard Seefried (Marzelline), Waldemar Kmentt (Jaquino), Karl Kamann (Fernando), George London (Don Giovanni), Lisa della Casa (Donna Anna), Anton Dermota (Don Ottavio), Sena Jurinac (Donna Elvira),...