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CD4091 Beethoven Fidelio 1957 Franfurth

CD4091 Beethoven Fidelio 1957 Franfurth
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CD4091 Beethoven Fidelio 1957 Franfurth

Many thanks to George for this wonderful upload. Below are the missing details of the cast (from the Archives of the Deutscher Rundfunkrat in Frankfurt). Willi

Recorded 1957, 27 November (Sendesaal Hessischer Rundfunk) (complete recording without overture)

Fidelio/Leonore - Maud Cunitz (Doris Schade) Florestan - Ernst Kozub (Erwin Scherschel) Don Pizarro - Ferdinand Frantz (Max Noack) Rocco - Gottlob Frick (Otto Rouvel) Marzelline - Erika K�th (Elisabeth Wiedemann) Jacquino - Murray Dickie (Peter Fricke) Don Fernando - Marcel Cordes 1. Gefangener - Milo Reneerkens 2. Gefangener - August Heimpel (names in brackets = the artists who speak the dialogue parts)

Chorus and Orchestra of the Hessischer Rundfunk Frankfurt Otto von Matzerath Chorus master: Edmund von Michnay

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Fidelio

Hessischer Rundfunk Frankfurt 1957

Florestan Ernst Kozub Leonore Maud Cunitz Rocco Gottlob Frick Marzelline Erika K�th Jaquino Murray Dickie Don Pizzaro Ferdinand Frantz Don Fernando Marcel Cordes Conductor Otto von Matzerath



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