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Summer Opera Sale - up to 60% off
Until 24th August 2020, we're offering up to 60% off over 4,500 opera CDs, SACDs, DVDs and Blu-rays.
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Hilde Güden (Rosalinde), Eberhard Wächter (Eisenstein), Giuseppe Zampieri (Alfred), Rita Streich (Adele), Gerhard Stolze (Orlofsky), Peter Klein (Blind), Walter Berry (Falke), Erich Kunz (Frank), Josef Meinrad (Frosch), Elfriede Ott (Ida)
Wiener Staatsopernchor & Wiener Philharmoniker,...
The most luxuriantly Viennese of all Fledermice, with Karajan and the Philharmonic at their most effervescent and a delectable Staatsoper cast, plus a gala of 1950s Decca stars including Björling,... — More…
2 CDs($19.25) $15.50
Paul Schöffler (Hans Sachs), Otto Edelmann (Veit Pogner), Hugo Meyer-Welfing (Kunz Vogelgesang), Wilhelm Felden (Konrad Nachtigall), Karl Dönch (Sixtus Beckmesser), Alfred Poell (Fritz Kothner), Erich Majkut (Balthasar Zorn), William Wernigk (Ulrich Eisslinger), Hermann Gallos (Augustin Moser), Harald...
Whichever version you own or plan to acquire, this old Knappertsbusch may be the most authentic for both conducting and singing – as long as you can accept the ageing sound and disregard the... — More…
4 CDs($19.50) $15.75
Maria Reining, Ludwig Weber, Sena Jurinac, Alfred Poell, Hilde Gueden, Judith Hellwig, Peter Klein, Hilde Rössel-Majdan
Vienna State Opera Chorus, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Erich Kleiber
Sena Jurinac is a charming Octavian, strong and sympathetic, and Hilde Gueden a sweetly characterful Sophie, not just a wilting innocent. Ludwig Weber characterises deliciously in a very Viennese... — More…
3 CDs($15.25) $12.25
Paul Schoeffler, Hilde Gueden, Gunther Treptow, Karl Dönch, Otto Edelmann, Anton Dermota & Else Schürhoff
Vienna State Opera Chorus & Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, Hans Knappertsbusch
The cast centres around the nobel Hans Sachs of Paul Schoeffler in one of his very finest recordings, opposite the totally enchanting Eva of Hilde Gueden...Knappertsbusch's direction is spacious... — More…
4 CDs($20.25) $16.25
Julius Patzak (Gabriel von Eisenstein), Hilde Gueden (Rosalinde), Alfred Poell (Dr. Falke), Wilma Lipp (Adele), Sieglinde Wagner (Prinz Orlofsky), Kurt Preger (Frank), Anton Dermota (Alfred) & August Jaresch (Dr. Blind)
Wiener Staatsopernchor & Wiener Philharmoniker, Clemens Krauss
Clemens Krauss conducts the Vienna Philharmonic with the lightest of touches and fields a sweet toned Rosalinde in Hilde Gueden and a knowing Eisenstein from Patzak. A boxy transfer. — More…
2 CDs($13.00) $10.25
Hilde Gueden, Blanche Thebom, Eugene Conley, Mack Harrell, Martha Lipton & Norman Scott
Metropolitan Opera Chorus and Orchestra, Igor Stravinsky
In February 1953, 17 months after the world premiere in Venice, The Rake's Progress received its first American production, conducted by Fritz Reiner. Less than a month later, this studio recording... — More…
Eberhard Wächter (Eisenstein), Hilde Güden (Rosalinde), Erika Köth (Adele), Giuseppe Zampieri (Alfred), Erich Kunz (Frosch), Hedwig Schubert (Ida), Walter Berry (Falke), Peter Klein (Blind), Giuseppe di Stefano (tenor - party scene)
Choir and Orchestra Vienna State Opera, Herbert von Karajan
3 CDs($17.25) $13.75
Renata Tebaldi (Mimi), Giacinto Prandelli (Rodolfo), Giovanni Inghilleri (Marcello), Fernando Corena (Schaunard), Raphael Arié (Colline), Melchiorre Luise (Benoit/Alcindoro), Piero de Palma (Parpignol)
Chorus and Orchestra of the Accademia di Santa Cecilia Rome, Alberto Erede
Gueden is a most characterful Musetta, if not always in style vocally; Prandelli is a light-voiced but ardent a likeable Rodolfo...the singing [is] consistently compelling — 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),...