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Elizabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano), Anny Felbermayer (Zdenka), Murray Dickie (Elemer), Josef Metternich (Mandryka), Harald Pröglhöf (Dominik), Walter Berry (Lamoral), Christa Ludwig (Octavian), Teresa Stich-Randall (Sophie), Edith Peinemann (violin), Nicolai Gedda (tenor), Willy Ferenz (bass), Eberhard...
In these 1940s recordings of a wide range of repertoire, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf's voice sounds soubrettish, with injections of her own inimitable charm. — More…
Oskar Czerwenka, Gerhard Unger, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Grace Hoffman, Nicolai Gedda & Hermann Prey, Erich Witte & Michael Bohnen
Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra, Berlin Radio Symphony Chorus and Orchestra, Erich Leinsdorf, Leopold Ludwig
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano) & Wilhelm Furtwangler, Gerald Moore (piano), with Wilhelm Furtwängler (piano), with Gerald Moore (piano)
Kirsten Flagstad, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Eilidh McNab, Arda Mandikian, Sheila Rex, Anna Pollak, Thomas Hemsley & David Lloyd
The Mermaid Singers and Orchestra, Geraint Jones
[On the original release in January 1953] At last we have a really satisfactory recording of Dido. — More…
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano) & Edwin Fischer (piano), Gerald Moore (piano)
Philharmonia Orchestra, Herbert von Karajan
These studio sessions don’t really compare well with recordings of Schwarzkopf's live recitals - the voice can, at times, sound tired and over-studied - but there's a magnificent 'Abscheulicher!'... — More…
Recorded live in the Royal Festival Hall 6th February 1961
Carlo Maria Giulini
This is a concert, not a theatre performance, and it is highly enjoyable. The BBC recording, in mono of course, is excellently balanced…Master and man are well matched Corena…is a fully rounded... — More…
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano) & Michael Raucheisen (piano)