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Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan - Götterdämmerung MP3

Performer: Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan
Title: Götterdämmerung
Country: Germany
Catalog Number: 2740 148, 2563 561 - 566
Label: Deutsche Grammophon
Released: 1979
Style: Opera, Romantic
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 806

Tracklist

1III. Aufzug, 1. Szene (1. Teil)
2I. Aufzug, 1. Szene (1. Teil)
3III. Aufzug, 2. Szene (1. Teil)
4I. Aufzug, 3. Szene (1. Teil)
5II. Aufzug, 5. Szene
6III. Aufzug, 2. Szene (. Teil)
7III. Aufzug, 3. Szene (2. Teil)
8I. Aufzug, 1. Szene (2. Teil)
9I. Aufzug, 3. Szene (3. Teil)
10I. Aufzug, 2. Szene (1. Teil)
11II. Aufzug, 1. Szene
12III. Aufzug, 3. Szene (1. Teil)
13II. Aufzug, 4. Szene (1. Teil)
14III. Aufzug, 1. Szene (2. Teil)
15Vorspiel (1. Teil)
16II. Aufzug, 4. Szene (2. Teil)
17I. Aufzug, 3. Szene (2. Teil)
18II. Aufzug, 3. Szene
19I. Aufzug, 2. Szene (2. Teil)
20Vorspiel (2. Teil)
21II. Aufzug, 2. Szene

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
00/2716 001Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan - Götterdämmerung ‎(6xLP + Box)Deutsche Grammophon00/2716 001Germany1970
00/2716 001Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan - Götterdämmerung ‎(6xLP, Promo + Box)Deutsche Grammophon00/2716 001Germany1970
2530 001 / 006, 2716 001Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan - Götterdämmerung ‎(6xLP + Box)Deutsche Grammophon, Deutsche Grammophon2530 001 / 006, 2716 001Germany1972
415 155-2Richard Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan Richard Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan - Götterdämmerung ‎(4xCD, Album, RE, RM)Deutsche Grammophon415 155-2GermanyUnknown
2740 148, 2561 205 - 210Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan Wagner - Berliner Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan - Götterdämmerung ‎(6xLP, RE + Box, RE)Deutsche Grammophon, Deutsche Grammophon2740 148, 2561 205 - 210UK1979

Credits

  • ArtworkImre Vincze
  • ChorusChor der Deutschen Oper Berlin
  • Chorus MasterWalter Hagen-Groll
  • Composed By, Libretto ByRichard Wagner
  • ConductorHerbert Von Karajan
  • EngineerGünter Hermanns
  • Liner NotesWolfram Schwinger
  • Liner Notes [English]Martin Cooper
  • Liner Notes [French]Guy Ferchault
  • Liner Notes [German]Curt Von Westernhagen
  • OrchestraBerliner Philharmoniker
  • Photography BySiegfried Lauterwasser
  • ProducerOtto Gerdes
  • Recording SupervisorHans Weber
  • Vocals [Alberich]Zoltan Kelemen
  • Vocals [Brünnhilde]Helga Dernesch
  • Vocals [Dritte Norn]Catarina Ligendza
  • Vocals [Erste Norn]Lili Chookasian
  • Vocals [Gunther]Thomas Stewart
  • Vocals [Gutrune]Gundula Janowitz
  • Vocals [Hagen]Karl Ridderbusch
  • Vocals [Rheintochter Flosshilde]Anna Reynolds
  • Vocals [Rheintochter Wellgunde]Edda Moser
  • Vocals [Rheintochter Woglinde]Liselotte Rebmann
  • Vocals [Waltraute, Zweite Norn]Christa Ludwig

Notes

Box set with 54-page booklet in German, French and English.

Barcodes

  • Other (Catalogue Number On Booklet Backside): 2740 148

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