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Item# CD82854
Regular price: $12.95
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Product Description


From the early days of LP circa 1953-4 comes this LP on Gramophone 2090 with excerpts from Parsifal with singers from the "National Opera". It took about two seconds to determine that this was taken from the 1951 Decca set released a couple years earlier. Side A consists of the prelude which then dovetails into the beginning of the Good Friday sequence - singers are Windgassen and Weber, both pitched too low. Side B ends the Good Friday Spell after which we go to Amfortas big scene in Act Three with George London also pitched too low on to the end of the opera but the big surprise comes at the very end - just before the very end we have tacked on the ending of a concert version of the Good Friday Spell(!!!!) Another curiousity from the early days of LP. enjoy (well, try) jay

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USA Telephone (404) 200-4776 We sell only opera recordings. The recordings are sent to you in paper sleeves with no tray card or inserts, just the raw discs with printed labels. These recordings are of nonprofessional quality that are in the public domain. The quality of these old opera recordings is not very good and they are meant for collectors and educational purposes only. Most of them are 30 or 40 years old, so they might be blurry, colors faded, and not sound very good, but they might not be available elsewhere. Please note that most of our recordings do not have tracks, they have 1 long track per disc.