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CD10871 Strauss Rosenkavalier deWaart 1975

CD10871 Strauss Rosenkavalier deWaart 1975
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CD10871 Strauss Rosenkavalier deWaart 1975

Richard Strauss DER ROSENKAVALIER

Edo de Waart Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra Chorus of the Netherlands Opera

Jul.1976; Decca 473 361-2; Rotterdam

        Evelyn Lear [Die Feldmarschallin]         Jules Bastin [Der Baron Ochs]         Frederica von Stade [Octavian]         Derek Hammond Stroud [Herr von Faninal]         Ruth Welting [Sophie]         Nelly Morpurgo [Jungfer Marianne Leitmetzerin]         James Atherton [Valzacchi]         Sophia van Sante [Annina]         Jose Carreras [Ein Sänger]         Henk Smit [Ein Polizeikomissar]         Wouter Goedhardt [Der Haushofmeister bei der Feldmarschallin]         Matthijs Coppens [Der Haushofmeister bei Faninal & Ein Tierhändler]         Henk Smit [Ein Notar]         Adriaan van Limpt [Ein Wirt]         Renee van Haarlem [Eine Modistin]         Angela Bello / Marianne Dielemann / Thea van der Putten [Drei Adelige Waisen]         Frans Fiselier / Paul Bindels / Ad Koojimans / Wilhelm Huisman [Vier Lakaien der Marschallin]         Frans Fiselier / Paul Bindels / Ad Koojimans / Wilhelm Huisman [Vier Kellner]         Rudolf Vedder [Hausknecht]

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