Frida Leider, Lauritz Melchior, Friedrich Schorr - Unvergänglich - Unvergessen Folge 122 mp3 album
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Lauritz Melchior was the first of the great Wagnerian heldentenors (heroic tenors) to sing on records, and he was the first operatic tenor to sing on radio. His recorded legacy is considered a benchmark for all subsequent Siegfrieds and Tristans. One can only imagine what a legacy was lost when he . .
Frida Leider, so. Friedrich Schorr, bar. Berlin State Opera Orchestra ∙ Leo Blech. Lauritz Melchior and Friedrich Schorr make an ideal coupling, and the excerpt here leads nicely into Hagen’s Watch which is given a performance by Ivan Andrésen which is quite simply superlative, encompassing the lowest notes with ease and producing tone and diction which are black as night. He is equally good in the high notes of his summoning of the vassals (slightly cut) where the chorus respond superbly to his call, although no attempt is made to comply with Wagner’s request for a smaller number of voices in the opening section.
Friedrich Schorr 's Wotan is, vocally, late in his career. Most of the time, his art and depth of character shine through. Thorborg and Kipnis are, deservedly, legends. This is one of three live broadcasts featuring Lauritz Melchior in Die Walküre, and now we have him not only paired with the greatest Brünnhilde of the century in Kirsten Flagstad but in by far the best sound yet, being Pristine’s remastering into Ambient Stereo from a new source of superior 33rpm acetate discs.
Friedrich Wilhelm August Fröbel or Froebel (German: (listen); 21 April 1782 – 21 June 1852) was a German pedagogue, a student of Johann Heinrich Pestalozzi, who laid the foundation for modern education based on the recognition that children have unique needs and capabilities. He also developed the educational toys known as Froebel gifts.
Friedrich Schorr (September 2, 1888 – August 14, 1953), was a renowned Austrian-Hungarian bass-baritone opera singer of Jewish origin. He later became a naturalized American. Schorr is recognized as the greatest Wagnerian bass-baritone of his generation, arguably of the entire 20th century, and was particularly famous for his profound portrayals of Wotan in Der Ring des Nibelungen and Hans Sachs in Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg. He was celebrated, too, for his appearances as Don Pizarro in Beethoven's Fidelio. Some of the outstanding Wagnerian singers that he appeared with during his career included Frida Leider, Lotte Lehmann, Elisabeth Rethberg, Lauritz Melchior, Kirsten Flagstad, and Helen Traubel. After his retirement from performance he worked as a director and gave concerts. He also taught singing privately.
Frida Leider: все альбомы, включая Heinrich Schlusnus in Opera, Wagner: La Walkyrie & Le Crépuscule des dieux, extraits. Orchester der Staatsoper Berlin, Leo Blech, Frida Leider, Friedrich Schorr. DG 120 – Opera: Early Recordings. Furtwängler - Opera Live, Vo. 5.
Born Lauritz Lebrecht Hommel Melchior in Copenhagen, Denmark, the young Melchior was a boy soprano and amateur singer before starting his first operatic vocal studies under Paul Bang at the Royal Opera School in Copenhagen at the age of 18 in 1908. His sister, Agnes Melchior (1883-1945), was a blind Danish Esperantist. Some of Melchior's most notable colleagues in the opera houses of the world included the sopranos Frida Leider, Kirsten Flagstad, Lotte Lehmann, Helen Traubel, Marjorie Lawrence and Elisabeth Rethberg and conductors Felix Weingartner, Bruno Walter, Wilhelm Furtwängler, Fritz Reiner, Sir Thomas Beecham, Arturo Toscanini, Erich Leinsdorf, George Szell, and Otto Klemperer.
|Die Walküre (Richard Wagner)|
|A1||Nun Zäume Dein Roß-Hojotoho (2. Aufzug 1. Szene) Berlin 12.09.1927|
|A2||War Es So Schmählich, Was Ich Verbrach (3. Aufzug 3. Szene) Berlin 01.11.1927|
|A3||Du Zeugtest Ein Edles Geschlecht (3. Aufzug 3. Szene) Berlin 29.09.1927|
|A4||Leb' Wohl, Du Kühnes, Herrliches Kind (3. Aufzug 3. Szene) Berlin 17.06.1927|
|Götterdämmerung (Richard Wagner)|
|B1||Nun Singe Held-Mime Hieß Ein Mürrischer Zwerg (3. Aufzug 1. Szene) London 13.05.1930|
|B2||Schweigt Eures Jammers Jauchzender Schwall (3. Aufzug 2. Szene) Berlin 08.11.1928|
|B3||Starke Scheite Schichtet Mir Dort (3. Aufzug 2. Szene) Berlin 26.10.1928|
- Baritone Vocals – Friedrich Schorr (tracks: A1-4,)
- Bass Vocals – Otto Helgers (tracks: B1-3)
- Conductor – Leo Blech (tracks: A1-4), Robert Heger (tracks: B1)
- Orchestra – Das Orchester Der Berliner Staatsoper* (tracks: A1-4, B2-3), Londoner Sinfonie Orchester Mit Chor* (tracks: B1)
- Soprano Vocals – Elfriede Marherr-Wagner* (tracks: B1-3), Frida Leider (tracks: A1-4, B1-3)
- Tenor Vocals – Lauritz Melchior (tracks: B1-3)
NotesTechnisch verbessert in Paris im Jahre 1958
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 2XRA 10013-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 2XRA 10014-1