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MP3-1911900 Berlioz : La damnation de Faust. Tanglewood, 14 August 1960.

MP3-1911900 Berlioz : La damnation de Faust. Tanglewood, 14 August 1960.
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MP3-1911900 Berlioz : La damnation de Faust. Tanglewood, 14 August 1960.

Berkshire Music Festival

Lenox. Tanglewood Music Center

14 August 1960



Hector Berlioz (1803-1869)

LA DAMNATION DE FAUST

Dramatic Legend in four parts, Op.24 (1846)

Libretto by the Composer and Almire Gandonière from the French translation by Gerard de Nerval of “Faust” (Goethe).



John McCollum, tenor (Faust)

Eleanor Steber, soprano (Marguerite)

Martial Singher, baritone (Mephistopheles)

David Laurent, bass (Brander)

Berkshire Festival Chorus (Hugh Ross)

Boston Symphony Orchestra

Charles Munch, conductor



Note.

The Faust Aria opening the Part III is not sung.



Source : Broadcast

Recording : Tape/Wave/Flac

2 Rare Files :



A_01_Applauses (00:25)

A_02_Part I (15:32)

A_03_Part II (41:42)

A_04_Applauses and announcement (1:23)

B_01_Part III (28:35)

B_02_Part IV (27:13)

B_03_ Applauses and announcement (3:57)



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