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Gottlob Frick (bass)
The voice itself was world-class in range, volume and technical proficiency, with an instantly recognizable timbre that could be warmed or chilled at will (and was only ‘black’ when character... — More…
Annelies Kupper (Katharina), Elisabeth Lindermeier (Bianca), Waldemar Kmentt (Lucentio), Marcel Cordes (Petruccio), Gottlob Frick (Baptista), Benno Kusche (Hortensio)
Bavarian Radio Orchestra and Chorus, Joseph Keilberth
…Joseph Keilberth's judiciously cut and vividly conducted 1955 Munich performance makes this first official complete recording a worthwhile historical document. …the opera could hardly be better... — More…
Elfriede Trötschel (soprano), Helmut Schindler (tenor), Ruth Lange (soprano), Gottlob Frick (bass), Helena Rott (contralto), Erich Zimmermann (tenor), Lisa Otto (soprano) & Kurt Preuss (tenor)
Staatskapelle Dresden, Joseph Keilberth
Restored, a famous labour-of-love broadcast from the ruins of Dresden… a good performance in astonishingly good sound. — More…
Christel Goltz (Leonore), Bernd Aldenhoff (Florestan), Joseph Herrmann (Don Pizarro), Gottlob Frick (Rocco), Elfride Trötschel (Marzelline), Erich Zimmermann (Jaquino), Heinrich Pflanzl (Don Fernando), Horst Weber (First Prisoner), Werner Faulhaber (Second Prisoner)
Staatskapelle Dresden, Joseph...
Vocally, the principal singers tend to be Wagnerites, which means that Goltz's Leonore, for all her dramatic commitment, isn't as tidy as we're now used to, while Bernd Aldenhoff's tentorian... — More…
The Earliest Postwar Dresden Recordings
Bernd Aldenhoff, Kurt Böhme, Werner Faulhaber, Gottlob Frick, Christel Goltz, Hans Hopf, Inger Karén, Lisa Otto, Karl Paul, Heinz Sauerbaum, Arno Schellenberg, Elfride Trötschel, Elfriede Weidlich, Werner Liebling, Helena Rott, Ruth Lange, Dora Zschille
Joseph Keilberth, Gerhart Wiesenhütter,...
...there are fine things on offer and because by 1945 German radio was using magnetic tape, the sound quality is often surprisingly good. — More…
Semperoper Edition Vol. 4
Helena Rott, Gottlob Frick, Gudrun Wuestemann, Werner Liebing
Staatskapelle Dresden, Rudolf Kempe
Kempe conducts the score without cuts, and he brings to it a wonderful sense of pacing, striking an effective balance between drama and Apollonian serenity…The sound captured by the radio engineers... — More…
Choruses & Chorus Scenes in Radio Recordings since 1938
Christel Goltz (soprano), Josef Hermann (baritone), Jan Rittel (baritone), Elisabeth Höngen (alto), Kurt Böhme (bass), Helena Rott (vocals), Elfriede Trötschel (soprano), Elfriede Weidlich (soprano), Gottlob Frick (bass), Mathieu Ahlersmeyer (vocals), Heinrich Pflanzl (baritone), Karl Wessely (tenor),...