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CD89284 R Strauss THE SILENT WOMAN - Covent Garden bcst 1961

CD89284 R Strauss THE SILENT WOMAN - Covent Garden bcst 1961
CD89284 R Strauss THE SILENT WOMAN - Covent Garden bcst 1961
Item# CD89284
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CD89284 R Strauss THE SILENT WOMAN - Covent Garden bcst 1961

I believe this is the first time this performance has been offered on OperaShare. The source is an open reel recording of the original BBC FM radio broadcast in 1961, which is shared here as three MP3 files (256 kbps CBR mono), one for each act. The final announcement following Act 3 has been retained. The English text comes through very well. All files are designated "Traffic Share" downloads, so members who do not subscribe to RapidShare should be able to download them without waiting. Enjoy!

Richard Strauss THE SILENT WOMAN (DIE SCHWEIGSAME FRAU) Performed in Engish translation

Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London dir : Rudolf Kempe November 28, 1961 radio broadcast

David Ward (Sir Morosus) Monica Sinclair (his Housekeeper) Joseph Ward (Barber Schneidbart) Kenneth Macdonald (Henry Morosus) Barbara Holt (Aminta) Elizabeth Vaughn (Isotta) Noreen Berry (Carlotta) Ronald Lewis (Morbio) David Kelly (Vanuzzi) Michael Langdon (Farfallo)

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