Karl Ridderbusch - Jerusalem mp3 album
Nach Der Heimat Möcht' Ich Wieder Karl Ridderbusch - Jerusalem (7", Single). 101 142, 101 142-100.
Jerusalem is the first album by Swedish hard rock band Jerusalem. The Swedish version was released in 1978 on Prim Records. The English version (renamed Volume 1) was released in 1980 on Lamb & Lion Records in the United States and on Word Records in the UK. All songs by Ulf Christiansson, except "Days Passing By" ("Dagarna går") by Dan Tibell and "Fångsång" by Bertil Sörensson. String arrangement on "Come To Me" ("Kom till mej") by Swante Bengtsson.
Karl Ridderbusch (29 May 1932 – 21 June 1997) was a German operatic bass, associated in particular with the music of Wagner. He was recognised as a notable exponent of the role of Hans Sachs. Karl Ridderbusch was born in Recklinghausen, Germany, and was discovered at an amateur music competition by the tenor Rudolf Schock who helped pay for the younger singer's training. Ridderbusch had previously planned to work as an engineer for his father
Listen to music from Karl Ridderbusch like Wagner: Parsifal, Act 1 - "Enthüllet den Gral!" - "Nehmet hin mein Blut" and Wagner: Parsifal, Act 1 - "Mein Sohn Amfortas, bist du am Amt?". Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Karl Ridderbusch.
Siegfried Jerusalem is her beloved Hans. Heinz Zednik is Wenzel, the boy she is forced to marry. Karl Ridderbusch is Kezal, the disreputable town matchmaker. These three Wagnerian singers are a reminder of the roots of this opera and they are splendid. The entire cast is excellent. A delightful performance generally, but three things I particularly liked were the characterizations created Jerusalem and Ridderbush and a chance to see the conducting style of Adam Fischer, which is controlled, clean and energizing. I have played 1st fiddle in the pit for this opera and the music is very transparent, and Fischer's conducting fit beautifully.
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Arranged By – Fritz IhlauLyrics By [Worte Von] – Julie Winter Written-By – Fritz Ihlau, Stephen Adams
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Arranged By – Arno FlorWritten-By – Karl Kromer
- Record Company – Ariola Eurodisc GmbH
- Distributed By – Ariola Eurodisc GmbH
- Pressed By – Sonopress
- Printed By – Mohndruck Graphische Betriebe GmbH
- Recorded At – Mannesmann-Gymnasium
- Bass Vocals [Baß] – Karl Ridderbusch
- Chorus – Chorvereinigung Solingen
- Conductor [Dir.] – Ernst Lehmkühler
- Design [Gestaltung] – Ariola Eurodisc/Atelier*
- Engineer [Toningenieur] – Günther Dieckmann
- Orchestra – Unknown Artist
- Photography By [Foto] – Sabine Toepffer
- Recording Supervisor [Aufnahmeleitung] – Helmut Hanusch
NotesAufnahme: 30. 10. 1979, Aula des Mannesmann-Gymnasiums Duisburg.
Ariola-Eurodisc GmbH., München
Im Vertrieb der Ariola-Eurodisc GmbH.
Printed in Western Germany by Mohndruck Graphische Betriebe GmbH, Gütersloh.
Catalog no. on sleeve: 101 142-100
Catalog no. on labels: 101 142
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- Rights Society: GEMA
- Label Code: LC 0116
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): S 101 142 A
- Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): S 101 142 B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 101142 A-1/79S | Made in Germany
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 101142 B-1/79S | Made in Germany