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Wydawnictwo: Orfeo
Seria: Bayerische Staatsoper live
Nr katalogowy: C 900153
Nośnik: 3 CD
Data wydania: grudzień 2015
EAN: 4011790900322
120,00 zł
23,3% taniej
92,00 zł
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: opera

Wagner: Lohengrin

Orfeo - C 900153
Kurt Böhme, Heinrich der Vogler, deutscher König - Bass
Hans Hopf, Lohengrin - Tenor
Ingrid Bjoner, Elsa von Brabant - Sopran
Hans Günther Nöcker, Friedrich von Telramund, brabantischer Graf - Bariton
Astrid Varnay, Ortrud, Telramunds Gemahlin - Mezzosopran
Josef Metternich, Der Heerrufer des Königs - Bariton
Chor der Bayerischen Staatsoper
Bayerisches Staatsorchester / Hans Knappertsbusch
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Diapason 5
This is the kind of lucky find of which collectors and producers dream. It’s not just a new find of a hitherto unknown or unpublished performance of the nth recording of a work by a sought-after interpreter, but the first release of the first-ever recording of a work by such an artist. In the case of the greatest musicians, and most particularly when it comes to Wagner’s oeuvre, the awareness of a painful void is part and parcel of things – thus we have no Parsifal from Furtwängler (even though he conducted the work at La Scala after the War), and no early Wagner works under his baton; but in both cases excerpts have survived that make us wish all the more that we had complete recordings. Of course we knew – at least the experts among us did – that Furtwängler’s rival, the arch-Wagnerian Hans Knappertsbusch, did not just repeatedly conduct the difficult late works (to which his 1960 Meistersinger from Bayreuth is testimony, for example, which was recently released on this label). For he also conducted the Flying Dutchman and had a penchant for the lighter muse of composers such as Karl Komzák and Albert Lortzing. But who would have suspected that he conducted Lohengrin in post-War Munich no less than 16 times, and that there even exists a recording of it? After his Merry Wives of Windsor, this is now the second time that ORFEO is able to release a Knappertsbusch world premiere recording, both of them from the Prinzregententheater in Munich, his Lohengrin dating from just before the reopening of the National Theatre in 1963. Knappertsbusch came originally from Elberfeld in the Rhineland, but chose Munich as his home. And this “Wagner city” of Munich can be proud that he conducted Lohengrin here, but never did so in Bayreuth.

Live repertoire 2. September 1963

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