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CD92131 Salzburger FROSCH 2011 in wav-flac

CD92131  Salzburger FROSCH 2011 in wav-flac
CD92131 Salzburger FROSCH 2011 in wav-flac
Item# CD92131
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CD92131 Salzburger FROSCH 2011 in wav-flac

Listening to Die Frau ohne Schatten from the Salzburg Festival 2011 (recorded by the Austrian Radio) I decided to give you a version in wav-flac, if only because of Christian Thielemann and the Wiener Philharmoniker. I took it from a broadcast by the German radio (ARD-WDR) and filled the cd's with some intermission features, especially about conductor and orchestra. The recording is spread over three cd's (with cue sheets).

Die Frau ohne Schatten - Richard Strauss Recording from the Grosses Festspielhaus, Salzburg 29 July 2011

Der Kaiser: Stephen Gould, Tenor Die Kaiserin: Anne Schwanewilms, Sopran Die Amme: Michaela Schuster, Mezzosopran Barak der Färber: Wolfgang Koch, Bariton Die Färberin: Evelyn Herlitzius, Sopran Der Einäugige: Markus Brück, Bariton Der Einarmige: Steven Humes, Bass Der Bucklige: Andreas Conrad, Tenor Der Geisterbote: Thomas Johannes Mayer, Bariton Falke: Rachel Frenkel, Mezzosopran Erscheinung eines Jünglings: Peter Sonn, Tenor Hüter der Schwelle des Tempels: Christina Landshamer, Sopran Eine Stimme von oben: Maria Radner, Alt

Konzertvereinigung Wiener Staatsopernchor Salzburger Staatsopernchor Salzburger Festspiele Kinderchor Wiener Philharmoniker Ltg.: Christian Thielemann

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