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There are several clips of this production on Youtube, but here is the whole opera. Marchallin - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf Octavian - Sena Jurinac Sophie - Anneliese Rothenberger Baron Ochs - Otto Edelmann Conductor - Herbert von Karajan Salzburg Mozarteum Orchestra
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 - 1791) “Così fan tutte, KV. 588” Fiordiligi: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf Dorabella: Nan Merriman Guglielmo: Rolando Panerai Ferrando: Leopold Simoneau Despina: Lisa Otto Don Alfonso: Sesto Bruscantini Philharmonia Orchestra & Chorus Herbert von Karajan, conductor 1954
These two great singers only sang together on this occasion. Mass in B minor.Musikvereinsaal.Vienna,Thursday 15th.June 1950. Radio Broadcast. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra,conducted by Herbert von Karajan. Et in unum Dominum. Kathleen Ferrier, contralto,Elisabeth Schwarzkopf,soprano,Walter Ludwig,Alfred Poell,Paul Schoeffler. Kath wrote to friends a few weeks later:-"Schwarzkopf is a fine musician and she does a terrific amount of work,but all the Viennese singers work themselves to a standstill --I just dawdle in comparison!" On Friday 30th June,1950 Kathleen was in Milan,rehearsing for another Mass in B minor when she heard Missa Solemnis,and wrote in her diary,"Schwarzkopf esp. fine." The full recording of the live Vienna Mass was available on EMI CD. Photo of rose is the Kathleen ...
Available in Standard and Blu-Ray! Newly restored and digitally remastered from the original 35mm film, the legendary soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf stars in this acclaimed film of Richard Strauss' delightful opera, Der Rosenkavalier. This Salzburg Festival production of Strauss' great work toured the world, and this filmed version was hailed by The New York Times as "Superb." For more information on this DVD, please visit: http://www.kultur.com/Der-Rosenkavalier-The-Film-DVD-p/d4684.htm
AVAILABLE IN DVD AND BLU RAY! Newly restored and digitally remastered from the original 35mm film, the legendary soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf stars in this acclaimed film of Richard Strauss' delightful opera, Der Rosenkavalier. This Salzburg Festival production of Strauss' great work toured the world, and this filmed version was hailed by The New York Times as "Superb." Schwarzkopf performs her signature role as Princess von Werdenberg, an aging beauty involved with a younger man, Octavian. But when Octavian agrees to assist Baron Ochs by delivering the Baron's proposal of marriage to the beautiful young Sophie, the messenger and bride-to-be fall in love with each other! Now totally restored, this historic film of Der Rosenkavalier is a shining example of a performance style and...
Johann Strauss II Die Fledermaus Herr Chevalier, ich grüsse Sie! ... Brüderlein und Schwesterlein Gabriel von Eisenstein - Nicolai Gedda Frank - Karl Dönch Falke - Erich Kunz Prinz Orlofsky - Rudolf Christ Rosalinde - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf Adele - Rita Streich Ida - Luise Martini Philarmonia Orchestra & Chorus Herbert von Karajan, conductor EMI, 1955
"Tutto nel mondo è burla" Tito Gobbi - Falstaff Rolando Panerai - Ford Elisabeth Schwarzkopf - Alice Anna Maria Canali - Meg Giulietta Simionato - Quickly Anna Moffo - Nannetta Luigi Alva - Fenton Tomaso Spataro - Dr. Cajus Renato Ercolani - Bardolfo Mario Petri - Pistola Wiener Philharmoniker, Herbert Von Karajan, live Salzburg 1957.
Recording from April 1955. Gabriel von Eisenstein - Nicolai Gedda (tenor) Rosalinde - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano) Alfred - Helmut Krebs (tenor) Adele - Rita Streich (soprano) Dr. Falke - Erich Kunz (baritone) Frank - Karl Doench (baritone) Prince Orlowsky - Rudolf Christ (tenor) Dr. Blind - Erich Majkut (tenor) Ida - Louise Martini (soprano-speaker) Frosch - Franz Boeheim (speaker) Conductor Herbert Von Karajan