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CD13792 Wagner Meistersinger 2002 Bayreuth

CD13792 Wagner Meistersinger 2002 Bayreuth
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CD13792 Wagner Meistersinger 2002 Bayreuth

Wagner : Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg

Bayreuth, Festspielhaus

Performance : Friday 02 August 2002

Broadcast : France Musiques, Saturday 28 September 2002

Recorded on video tape and then burned on Mitsui Audio CD at normal speed with

audio CD burner, then ripped with Windows Media Player.

Robert Holl (basse) – Hans Sachs

Guido Jentjens (basse) – Veit Pogner

Andreas Schmidt (basse) – Sixtus Beckmesser

Emily Magee (soprano) – Eva

Clemens Bieber (ténor) – David

Alexander Marco-Buhrmester (basse) – Fritz Kothner

Helmut Pampuch (ténor) – Augustin Moser

Robert Dean Smith (ténor) – Walther von Stolzing

Bernhard Schneider (ténor) – Kunz Vogelgesang

Klaus Häger (basse) – Konrad Nachtigall

Arnold Bezuyen (ténor) – Balthasar Zorn

Peter Maus (ténor) – Ulrich Eisslinger

Sándor Sólyom-Nagy (basse) – Hermann Ortel

Hans Griepentrog (basse) – Hans Schwarz

Jörg Simon (basse) – Hans Foltz

Michelle Breedt (soprano) – Magdalene

Attila Jun (basse) – Ein Nachtwächter

Chor und Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele

conducted by Christian Thielemann

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