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Gre Brouwenstijn (soprano), Ira Malaniuk (alto), Wolfgang Windgassen (tenor) & Ludwig Weber (bass)
Chor und Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele, Wilhelm Furtwängler
Orfeo offers the best sound yet for this performance, even though the vocal soloists remain painfully spotlit. Furtwängler conducts with spacious grandeur and elemental drive. — More…
Wolfgang Windgassen (Tannhäuser), Gré Brouwenstijn (Elisabeth), Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (Wolfram), Hertha Wilfert (Venus), Josef Greindl (Hermann)
Bayreuth Festival Chorus & Orchestra, Andre Cluytens
This is a revelatory interpretation of a work which isn't easy to bring off. André Cluytens had taken over the musical direction at Bayreuth from Eugen Jochum at short notice, and he seems energised... — More…
Hans Hotter (Wotan), Ludwig Suthaus (Loge), Gustav Neidlinger (Alberich), Georgine von Milinkovic (Fricka), Josef Greindl (Fasolt), Arnold van Mill (Fafner), Gré Brouwenstijn (Freia), Alfons Herwig (Donner), Josef Traxel (Froh), Paul Kuën (Mime), Jean Madeira...
During the pioneering post-war era at Bayreuth the conducting of the Ring was shared among the Ks – Karajan, Krauss, Knappertsbusch, Keilberth and Kempe. These conductors collectively had a knowledge... — More…