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CD86454 Arabella Houston 98 Fleming/Schaefer/Brendel

CD86454 Arabella Houston 98 Fleming/Schaefer/Brendel
CD86454 Arabella Houston 98 Fleming/Schaefer/Brendel
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Regular price: $12.85
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CD86454 Arabella Houston 98 Fleming/Schaefer/Brendel

Many people will have a recording of the broadcast from Houston of "Arabella" with Renee Fleming, but here I offer you an in-house recording made by a friend on a different date from that same run. It's a good enough recording, and gives a fair sound picture of the performance from an audience perspective. Thanks to my friend for this tape.

Best wshes Roger D Bell Lancashire England

Richard Strauss ARABELLA Houston Opera 19 April 1998 Chorus and Orchestra of Houston Opera Conductor- Christoph Eschenbach

Arabella: Renee Fleming (sop) Zdenka: Christine Schäfer (sop) Mandryka: Wolfgang Brendel (bar) Count Waldner: Jozsef Gregor (bass) Adelaide: Katherine Ciesinski (mezzo) The Fiakermilli: Nancy Allen Lundy (sop) Matteo: Raymond Very (tenor) Count Elemer: Chad Shelton (tenor) Fortune Teller: Jill Grove (mezzo) Count Dominik: Daniel Belcher (bar) Count Lamoral: Christopher Scott Feigum (bass) Floor Waiter: Mark Swindler (tenor) Welko: Eric Edlund (bass) Jankel: Peter Webster (tenor) Djura: James Alba Gambler: Derek W. Henry Gambler: Matthew A. Kreger Gambler: Douglas C. Threeton

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