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Hans Knappertsbusch - Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen [Bayreuth 1958] album mp3
Opera
  • Performer:
    Hans Knappertsbusch
  • Title:
    Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen [Bayreuth 1958]
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  • Style:
    Opera
  • Date of release:
    January 29, 2002
  • Duration:
    15:27:56
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    1771 megabytes
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The four operas of Richard Wagner's cycle Der Ring des Nibelungen together take about 15 hours, which makes for several records, tapes, or CDs, and a lot of studio time. For this reason, many full Ring recordings are the result of "unofficial" recording of live performances, particularly from the Bayreuth Festival where new productions are often broadcast by German radio. Live recordings, especially those in monaural, may have very variable sound but often preserve the excitement of a performance better than a studio recording. Bayreuth Festival Orchestra. Music & Arts, Melodram, Orfeo.

The four operas of Richard Wagner's cycle Der Ring des Nibelungen together take about 15 hours, which makes for several records, tapes, or CDs, and a lot of studio time. Live recordings, especially those in monaural, may have very variable sound but often preserve the excitement of a performance better than a studio recording

Listen free to Hans Knappertsbusch – Wagner Der Ring Des Nibelungen Das Rheingold Part 1 (Peludo, Weia ! Weia ! and more). Discover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. Hans Knappertsbusch (March 12, 1888 - October 25, 1965) was a German conductor, best known for his performances of the music of Richard Wagner, Anton Bruckner and Richard Strauss. Knappertsbusch was born in Elberfeld (present-day Wuppertal). He studied philosophy at Bonn University and conducting at the Cologne Conservatory with Steinbach. For a few summers, he assisted Siegfried Wagner and Hans Richter at Bayreuth. He began his career with conducting jobs in Elberfeld (1913–1918), Leipzig (1918–1919) and Dessau (1919–1922).

Der Ring Des Nibelungen Bayreuth 1958. Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen. This Götterdämmerung from Bayreuth in 1951 under the direction of Hans Knappertsbusch is legendary for good reasons. What is enlightening to me is that after years of believing the accepted gospel that Kna was 'slow' is to discover that he is NOT. He is grand, stately, monumental, prescient, psychic even, bringing the music alive with his very flexible speed changes and willingness to delve deeply into the darkest places in this music without becoming lugubrious.

Knappertsbusch, Wagner. Label : Melodram Format : Flac (image + cue) Cover : Yes. Tracklist : Richard Wagner (1813 – 1883) Parsifal. Eberhard Wächter, Josef Greindl, Jerome Hines, Hans Beirer, Toni Blankenheim, Régine Crespin, Claudia Hellmann, Ursula Boese, Gerhard Stolze, Claudia Hellmann, Fritz Uhl, Donald Bell, Lotte Schädle, Friedel Pöltinger, Hildegard Schünemann, Dorothea Siebert, Gertraud Prenzlov, Elisabeth Schärtel, Maria von Ilosvay Chor & Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele, Hans Knappertsbusch.

Yet another Ring cycle from the golden age that was Bayreuth in the 1950s, this time from the 1953 festival. Conductor Clemens Krauss was making his debut there, brought in as a last-minute replacement for Hans Knappertsbusch, who had withdrawn in protest at Wieland Wagner's radical production.

Hans Knappertsbusch, Bayreuth, 1958. Hans Knappertsbusch, Bayreuth, 1963. Hans Knappertsbusch, Bayreuth, 1962. Hartmut Haenchen, Amsterdam, 1993. Der Ring des Nibelungen. Sources: Richard Wagner Museum Bayreuth, CD booklets, Per-Erik Skramstad. Tristan und Isolde Timings (Complete with no cuts).

Credits

Theo Adam - Vocals
Frans Andersson - Vocals
Bayreuth Festival Choir - Choir/Chorus
Bayreuth Festival Orchestra - Orchestra
Ursula Boese - Vocals
Rita Gorr - Vocals
Josef Greindl - Vocals
Elisabeth Grümmer - Vocals
Claudia Hellmann - Vocals
Grace Hoffmann - Vocals
Hans Hotter - Vocals
Maria von Ilosvay - Vocals
Hans Knappertsbusch - Conductor, Primary Artist
Sándor Kónya - Vocals
Wilhelm Pitz - Choir Master
Leonie Rysanek - Vocals
Lotte Rysanek - Vocals
Erik Saeden - Vocals
Elisabeth Schartel - Vocals
Hilde Scheppan - Vocals
Dorothea Siebert - Vocals
Marlies Siemeling - Vocals
Gerhard Stolze - Vocals
Fritz Uhl - Vocals
Astrid Varnay - Vocals
Jon Vickers - Vocals

Track List - Disc 1

Title/Composer Performer Time
Das Rheingold (The Rhine Gold), opera, WWV 86a
1 Part 1.: Vorspiel Hans Knappertsbusch
2 Part 1.: "Weia Waga!" Hans Knappertsbusch
3 Part 1.: "He he! Ihr Nicker" Hans Knappertsbusch
4 Part 1.: "Garstig glatter glitschriger Glimmer" Hans Knappertsbusch
5 Part 1.: "Wie in den Gliedern" Hans Knappertsbusch
6 Part 1.: "Lugt Schwestern!" Hans Knappertsbusch
7 Part 1.: "Der Welt Erbe" Hans Knappertsbusch
8 Part 1.: Orchesterzwischenspiel Hans Knappertsbusch
9 Part 1.: "Wotan, Gemahl, erwache" Hans Knappertsbusch
10 Part 1.: "Um des Gatten Treue besorgt" Hans Knappertsbusch
11 Part 1.: "Sanft schloss Schlaf dein Aug' " Hans Knappertsbusch
12 Part 1.: " Zu mir, Freia!" Hans Knappertsbusch
13 Part 1.: "Endlich, Loge!" Hans Knappertsbusch
14 Part 1.: "Immer ist Undank Loges lohn!" Hans Knappertsbusch
15 Part 1.: "Dir's zu melden" Hans Knappertsbusch
16 Part 1.: "Hör, Wotan" Hans Knappertsbusch
17 Part 1.: "Was sinnt nun Wotan so wild?" Hans Knappertsbusch
18 Part 1.: "Auf, Loge" Hans Knappertsbusch
19 Part 1.: Verwandlungsmusik Hans Knappertsbusch
20 Part 1.: "Hehe! Hehe! Hieher" Hans Knappertsbusch

Track List - Disc 2

Title/Composer Performer Time
Das Rheingold (The Rhine Gold), opera, WWV 86a
1 Part 2.: "Dem Haupt fügt sich der Helm" Hans Knappertsbusch
2 Part 2.: "Wer hälfe mir" Hans Knappertsbusch
3 Part 2.: "Nehmt euch in acht!" Hans Knappertsbusch
4 Part 2.: "Was wollt iht hier?" Hans Knappertsbusch
5 Part 2.: "Die in linder Lüfte Wehn" Hans Knappertsbusch
6 Part 2.: "Wen doch faßte nicht Wunder" Hans Knappertsbusch
7 Part 2.: "Riesen-Wurm winde sich ringelnd" Hans Knappertsbusch
8 Part 2.: "Krumm und grau" Hans Knappertsbusch
9 Part 2.: Orchesterzwischenspiel Hans Knappertsbusch
10 Part 2.: "Da, Vetter, sitze du fest" Hans Knappertsbusch
11 Part 2.: "Gezahlt hab ich" Hans Knappertsbusch
12 Part 2.: "Ist er gelöst?" Hans Knappertsbusch
13 Part 2.: "Lauschtest du seinem Liebesgruß?" Hans Knappertsbusch
14 Part 2.: "Lieblichste Schwester" Hans Knappertsbusch
15 Part 2.: "So sind wir denn fertig." Hans Knappertsbusch
16 Part 2.: "Weiche, Wotan, weiche!" Hans Knappertsbusch
17 Part 2.: "Halt, du Gieriger!" Hans Knappertsbusch
18 Part 2.: "Was gleicht, Wotan, wohl deinem Glücke?" Hans Knappertsbusch
19 Part 2.: "Schwüles Gedünst" Hans Knappertsbusch
20 Part 2.: "Abendlich strahlt" Hans Knappertsbusch
21 Part 2.: "Ihrem Ende eilen sie zu" Hans Knappertsbusch
22 Part 2.: "Reingold! Rheingold!" Hans Knappertsbusch

Track List - Disc 3

Title/Composer Performer Time
Die Walküre (The Valkyrie), opera, WWV 86b
1 Act 1.: Vorspiel Hans Knappertsbusch
2 Act 1.: "Wes Herd dies auch sei" Hans Knappertsbusch