,  (Schwarzkopf)
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano)


Hoffmann - Nicolai Gedda , Olympia - Gianna d`Angelo, Giulietta - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Antonia - Victoria de los Ángeles, Coppélius - George London, Dapertutto - Ernest Blanc, Miracle - George London, Nicklaus - Jean-Christophe Benoit, Spalanzani - Michel Sénéchal, Frantz - Jacques Loreau, Schlemil - Jean-Pierre Laffage, Crespil - Robert Geay, Andres - Jacques Loreau, Cochenille - Jacques Loreau, Pitichinacchio - Jacques Loreau. 1964, Paris & 1965, Barcelona.
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Recording - 10-18, April 21, 1953, London.
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Evangelist - Peter Pears, Jesus - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Arias - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Christa Ludwig, Nicolai Gedda, Walter Berry, Judas - John Carol Case, Arias, Petrus - Walter Berry, High Priest, 1st Priest, Pilate - Otakar Kraus, 1st Maid, Pilates Wife - Heather Harper, 2nd Maid, 1st Witness - Helen Watts, 2nd Priest - Geraint Evans. 2nd Witness - Wilfred Brown. Philharmonia Choir and Orchestra. Hampstead Parish Church boys choir. Recorded: January 1961, London.
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Bass - Heinz Rehfuss. Wiener Singverein. Recorded: November 1952, Vienna (Wiener Symphoniker) & July 1953, London.
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1956, London Philharmonia Orchestra. Feldmarschallin: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Kerstin Meyer (Alto), Teresa Stich-Randall (Soprano), Paul Kuen (Tenor), Otto Edelmann (Bass), Nicolai Gedda (Tenor), Ljuba Welitsch (Soprano), Erich Majkut (Tenor), Franz Bierbach (Bass), Harald Proeglhoff (Baritone), Gerhard Unger
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Elisabeth Höngen - soprano, Hans Hopf - tenor, Bayreuth, 29.07.1951
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Gottlob Frick, Nicolai Gedda, Franz Crass, Lucia Popp, Gundula Janowitz, Walter Berry, Ruth Margret Pütz, Gerhard Unger, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Christa Ludwig, Marga Höffgen. 1964.
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Recorded: April 1974, Berlin.
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7 Agosto. 1953, Festspielhaus, Salzburg(at Salzburg Festival)
Paul Schöffler(Il Conte di Almaviva), Elisabeth Schwarzkopf(La Contessa di Almaviva), Erich Kunz(Figaro),Irmgard Seefried(Susanna), Hilde Güden(Cherubino), Endre Koréh(Bartolo), Sieglinde Wagner(Marcellina), Peter Klein(Don Basilio), Erich Majkut(Don Curzio), Alois Pernestorfer(Antonio), Liselotte Maikl(Barbarina).
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Recorded: February 20, 1967, London.
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Conductor - Peter Gellhorn. Harold Jackson - trumpet. Recorded: October 8, 1950, London.
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1962.
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Hilde Roessl-Majdan - contralto. Philhatmonia Chorus. Recorded: November 1961 - December 1962, London.
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Elisabeth Schwarzkopf - soprano, Christa Ludwig - mezzo-soprano, Nicolai Gedda - tenor, Nicolai Ghiaurov - Bass. Philharmonia Chorus & Orchestra. Cond. Carlo Maria Giulini. Rec. 1963-64.
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1952, London.
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Don Giovanni Tito Gobbi; Leporello Erich Kunz; Don Ottavio Anton Dermota; Donna Elvira Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; Zerlina Irmgard Seefried; Donna Anna Ljuba Welitsch; Masetto Alfred Poell; Il Commendatore Josef Greindl. Chor der Wiener Staatsoper und Wiener Philharmoniker, conducted by Wilhelm Furtwangler. 27 July 1950, Salzburg, Festspielhaus.
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Turandot - Maria Callas, Calaf - Eugenio Fernandi, Liu - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, the Emperor - Giuseppe Nessi, Timur Nicola Zaccaria, Ping - Mario Borriello, Pang - Renato Ercolani, Pong - Piero de Palma. Milan, July 1957.
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Elizabeth Schwarkzkopf, Hans Hooter, Franz Vroons, Orchestra E Coro Del Festival Di Lucerna, 26.08.1950 Live rec.
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June 30-July 7, 1954, Kingsway Hall, London, Prima Donna / Ariadne - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Cerbinetta - Rita Streich, The Composer - Irmgard Seefried, The Tenor / Bacchus - Rudolf Schock, The Major Domo - Alfred Neugebauer, The Music Teacher - Karl Doen
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Recorded: January 14-15, 1966, New York.
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op.25 N 3 Der Nussbaum.
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1950. Leonore - Kirsten Flagstad, Florestan - Julius Patzak, Pizarro - Paul Schöffler, Rocco - Josef Greindl, Marzelline - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Jaquino - Anton Dermota, Fernando - Hans Braun, Erster Gefangene - Hermann Gallos, Zweiter Gefangene - Ljubomir Pantscheff.
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Songs my mother taught me/ Als die alte Mutter
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Rosalinde - E. Schwarzkopf; Adele - Rita Streich; Gabriel von Eisenstein - Nicolai Gedda; Alfred - Helmut Krebs; Dr. Falke - Erich Kunz; Orlofsky - Rudolf Christ; Frank - Karl Doench; Dr. Blind - Erich Majkut. Philharmonia Chorus & Orchestra. Recorded: 25-30.IV.1955, Kingsway Hall, London.
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Grace Hoffman - mezzo-soprano, Jerome Hines - bass. Recording of 1965
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Piano part - Wilhelm Furtw?ngler. 1-4. Lyrics by E. M?rike. 5-10. Lyrics by I. Goethe. 11-14. Words by L. von Heise. 15-22. Lyrics by L. von Heise, E. von Geibel, G. Keller, R. Reinicke, J. von Eischendorf.
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No.3 `Ich liebe dich`
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1966.
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Hans Sachs - O. Edelmann, Veit Pogner - F. Dalberg, Kunz Vogelgesang - E. Majkut, Konrad Nachtigall - H. Berg, Sixtus Beckmesser - E. Kunz, Fritz Kothner - H. Pflanzel, Balthasar Zorn - J. Janko, Ulrich Eisslinger - K. Mikorey, Augustin Moser - G. Stolze, Herman Ortel - H. Tandler, Hans Schwarz - H. Borst, Hans Foltz - A. van Mill, Walther von Stolzing - H. Hopf, David - G. Unger, Eva - E. Schwarzkopf, Magdalene - Ira Malaniuk, Nichtwatchman - W. Faulhaber. July/August 1951, Bayreuth.
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3,5,7,8. Recorded in 1950 in London
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No.2 - Auf Flügeln des Gesanges
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Fatima - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano), Abu Hassan - Erich Witte (tenor), Omar - Michael Bohnen (bass). Recorded: 19 December 1944.
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1950
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Falstaff - Tito Gobbi, Ford - Rolando Panerai, Alice - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Fenton - Luigi Alva, Nannetta - Anna Moffo, Mrs Quickly - Fedora Barbieri. Philharmonia Orchestra and Chorus. Cond. Herbert von Karajan. Rec. 1956.
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Dido - Kirsten Flagstad (Soprano); Aeneas - Thomas Hemsley (Tenor); Belinda, Second Woman, Spirit - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (Soprano); First Woman - Eilidh McNab (Soprano); First Witch - Sheila Rex (Soprano); Sorceress - Arda Mandikian (Mezzo Soprano); Second Witch - AMermaid Singersnna Pollak (Soprano); Sailor - David Lloyd (Tenor). Mermaid Orchestra. 1951-52.
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Recorded: February 6, 1957, Amsterdam.
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Letter from Tatiana (`Eugene Onegin` by P.I. Tchaikovsky)
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Recorded: April 13-16, 1955, London.
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1, 5, 6. 22.11.1950
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Sidney Sutcliffe - oboe. Recorded: 26.05.1958, No.1 Studio, Abbey Road, London.
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1957-58 Elisabeth Schwarzkopf-Countess Madeleine, Eberhard Wachter-Count, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (Baritone-Oliver, Nicolai Gedda-Flamand, Anna Moffo-Italian Singer, Hans Hotter-La Roche, Rudolf Christ-Monsieur Taupe, Christa Ludwig-Clairon, Dermot Troy-Italian Singer , Karl Schmitt-Walter-Major-domo, Wolfgang Sawallisch-Servant, Edgar Fleet-1st Servant, Dennis Wicks-2nd Servant, Ian Humphries-3rd Servant, John Hauxvell-4th Servant, Jeffrey Walls-5th Servant, Leslie Fyson-6th Servant,
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No.1, No.6. 22.11.1950
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. 36, 3. Recorded: January 5-6, 1954, London.
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1952, London.
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1.Auch kleine Dinge, 2.Mir ward gesagt, du reisest in die Ferne, 3.Wer rief dich denn?, 4.Nun lass uns Frieden schliessen, 5.Du denkst mit einem Fadchen, 6.Wie lange schon war immer mein Verlangen, 7.Nein, junger Herr, 8.Mein Liebster ist so klein, 9.Ihr jungen Leute, 10.Wir haben beide, 11.Mein Liebster singt, 12.Man sagt mir, deine Mutter woll es nicht
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Recorded: April 13-16, 1955, London.
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Recorded: April 13-16, 1955, London.
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Performance - 1954
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piano - Walter GISEKING. 1955, London
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Recorded: January 4, 1954, London.
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piano - Walter GISEKING. 1955, London
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Der Konig, Marcel Cordes bariton; Der Bauer, Gottlob Frick bass; Die kluge Frau (Des Bauers Tochter), Elisabeth Schwarzkopf soprano; Der Kerkermeister, Georg Wieter bass; Der Mann mit dem Maulesel, Rudolf Christ bariton; Der Eselmann, Benno Kusche bass; Erster Strolch, Paul Kuen tenor; Zweiter Strolch, Hermann Prey bariton; Dritter Strolch, Gustav Neidlinger bass. 1956, London.
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1955
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The Liberated Vetiluya. Oratorio based on a libretto by Pietro Metastasio. Choir and orchestra of the Turin Radio. Conductor Mario Rossi. Ozia, the chief of Vetilui Cesare Valetti
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1955, London.
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Orchestra and Chorus of the American Opera Society. Recording - April 4, 1967, New York (live).
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Recorded: August 18, 1953, Salzburg Festival (live).
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Elisabeth Grümmer - Hänsel, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf - Gretel, Else Schürhoff - Witch, Maria von Ilosvay - Gertrud, Josef Metternich - Peter, Anny Felbermeyer - Sandman, Dew Fairy. Choirs of Loughton High School for Girls and Bancroft`s School. Recorded - 27, 29, 30 June & 1-2 December 1953, London.
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1950.
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Unpublished entry.
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5, `Traeume`. Recorded: February 9, 1961, London.
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Opera `The Magic Flute`: duet `Bei Maennern, welche Liebe fuehlen`. Recording - December 1947, Vienna.
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. 31, 3. June 27, 1942.
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1954.
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Nicola Zaccaria. Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien. Recorded: IX.1958, Musikvereinssaal, Vienna.
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1955, London.
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1968.
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Karl Hudez - piano. Recorded: October 26, 1946, Vienna.
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Aria `In quali eccessi... Mi tradi Quell`alma ingrata`. Recorded: August 6, 1954, Salzburg Festival.
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1.Ich esse nun mein Brot nicht trocken mehr, 2.Mein Liebster hat zu Tische mich geladen, 3.Ich liess mir sagen, 4.Du sagst mir, dass ich keine Furstin sei, 5.Wohl kenn ich Euren Stand, 6.Wie soll ich frohlich sein, 7.Was soll der Zorn, 8.Wenn du, mein Liebster, steigst zum Himmel auf, 9.Gesegnet sei das Grun, 10.O war dein Haus durchsichtig wie ein Glas, 11.Schweig einmal still, 12.Verschling der Abgrund, 13.Ich hab in Penna einen Liebsten wohnen.
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piano - Walter GISEKING. 1955, London
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1955, London.
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Contralto - Oralia Dominguez, bass - Giorgio Tadeo. Recorded: December 12, 1953, Rome.
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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piano - Walter GISEKING. 1955, London
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Salzburg, July 27, 1960 (live). Salzburg. Chorus of the Vienna State Opera. Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. Dir. Karl Boehm. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (Fiordiligi), Christa Ludwig (Dorabella), Graziella Schutti (Despina), Waldemar Kment (Ferrando), Herman Prey (Guglielmo), Karl Dench (Don Alfonso).
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Recorded in 1954. Elisabeth Schwarzkopf Annina, Nicolai Gedda Duke, Emmy Loose Ciboletta, Erich Kunz Caramello.
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Dejanira - Fedora Barbieri, Ercole - Jerome Hines, Illo - Franco Corelli, Jole - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Lica - Ettore Bastianini, Un sacerdote di Giove - Agostino Ferrin, Erastia - Adriana Macchiaioli, Un trachino - Vittorio Tatozzi. Recorded: December 29, 1958, Milan.
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Opera `Bohemia` - aria `Si, mi chiamano Mimi`. Recording - November 1948, Vienna.
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1955, London.
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1952, London.
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1952, London.
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Singverein der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde in Wien. Recorded: VII.1955, Musikvereinsaal, Vienna.
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2 aries: `Abscheulicher!`; `Komm Hoffnung`. September 1954, London.
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Recorded: August 22-27, 1965, London.
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1961-62, London.
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Opera `Gianni Schicchi` - aria `O mio babbino caro`. Recording - November 1948, Vienna.
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Le nozze di Figaro: Porgi, amor (Atto 2) // rec. in 1959, London
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D 1987 (EMI)
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Recorded: December 1966 - January 1967, Berlin.
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1952, London.
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1952, London.
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1. Recorded: April 21-29, 1966, Berlin.
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`Nachtigallen-arie`. Rossignols Amoureux. 1944.
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On it. yaz. Record - October 24-28, 1967, Berlin.
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1954.
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Recorded: December 1966 - January 1967, Berlin.
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Nachtzauber (unpublished entry).
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Recorded - August 22-27, 1965, Berlin.
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piano - Edwin Fischer, 1952, London
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Felix de Nobel - piano. 1962, Amsterdam.
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Recorded: October 4-7, 1952, London.
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Recorded: September 20, 1954, London.
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Requiem - `Libera me`. June 1954, Milan.
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. 58, 1. Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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No. 4. Recorded: February 20, 1967 , London (live).
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. 95, 6. Recordings 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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1962, Amsterdam.
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Recorded - April 16, 1955, London.
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piano - Edwin FISCHER. 1952, London
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Die Zigeunerin (unpublished entry).
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Berliner Radio 1941-43
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Op. 83, 1. Recorded: January 10, 1954, London.
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. 86, 1. Recordings 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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Recorded: April 10, 1956, London.
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1961-62, London.
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Recorded: October 31, 1946, Vienna.
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Recorded: December 1966 - January 1967, Berlin.
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WoO 33, 6, 24, 25, 30, 31, 33, 42: 6 - Schwarzkopf (20.9.1944); 24, 25, 30, 42 - Schmitt-Walther (1943); 31, 33 - Pitzinger (29.6.1943).
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piano - Edwin FISCHER. 1952, London
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Recordings 1961-62, London.
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Recorded: April 12, 1956, London.
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Recorded: December 1966 - January 1967, Berlin.
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Recorded: December 1966 - January 1967, Berlin.
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1944.
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Records 1943-45.
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Opera `The Cavalier of Roses`: duet `Herr Gott im Himmel`. Recording - November 1947, Vienna.
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Recorded: April 3-8, 1956, London.
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Recorded: April 3-8, 1956, London.
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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Recorded: December 1966 - January 1967, Berlin.
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Recorded: December 1966 - January 1967, Berlin.
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2, `Drink to Me only with Thine Eyes`. Recorded: May 19, 1956, London.
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Scenes from the opera. Philharmonic Orchestra. The author conducts. Richard Lewis (Troilus) and Elizabeth Schwarzkopf (Cressida). Monica Sinclair - Evadne, Jeffrey Wells, John Hawkswell, Lewis Thomas - Sentries. 1960?
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Recorded: October 9, 1944.
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. 97, 1, 2, 4, 6: 1, 4 - Hilde Scheppan ( 1-26.6.1943); 2 - Lea Piltti (11.6.1943); 6 - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (1940`s)
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Felix de Nobel - piano. 1957, Netherlands Radio.
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Berlin Radio, September 20, 1944
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Entry - September 21, 1944
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Aria `Martern aller Arten`. Recorded: October 1946, Vienna.
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From the cycle The Magic Horn of the Boy: No. 1, 16. Recordings - October 20-27, 1968 (No. 1) and April 21-29, 1966, Berlin.
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November 20, 1944.
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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. 106, 1. Recorded: September 1-8, 1970, Berlin.
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Live - 11 August 1951 - Bayreuth - with Werner Faulhaber, Robert Bernauer, Paul Kuen, Ludwig Weber, Friedrich Dalberg, Paula Brivkalne, Ruth Siewert, Walter Fritz tenor, Lore Wissman, Herta Topper, Ira Malaniuk (Took over and learned the role of Fricka at short notice - hence she makes some mistakes)
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Recorded: December 1966 - January 1967, Berlin.
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. 31, 2. Recorded: October 24-28, 1967, Berlin.
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. 77, 5. Recorded: January 10, 1954, London.
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`Signore, ascolta!`. Recorded: July 1954. Milan.
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Recorded: February 20, 1967, London (live).
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Recorded: December 1966 - January 1967, Berlin.
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F-no Michael Rauhuizen. Berlin Radio, 1941-43.
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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Op. 27, No. 2-4: No. 2 - Walter Ludwig (2.2.1945)
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. 51, 2. 1944.
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Recorded: August 22-27, 1965, London.
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Op. 16, No. 4 (`Fragrant herbs`). Recording - November 16 , 1944
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1977-79.
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1941-43.
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op. 31, No. 2.entry - October 9, 1944
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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Recorded on June 11, 1957, London.
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Recorded: April 1956, London.
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Recorded: April 10, 1956, London.
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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Recorded: November 1970, Berlin.
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`Morgen mittag um elf! (Gräfin)` from Capriccio Op. 85.
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Recorded: February 20, 1967 , London (live).
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1941-43.
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No. 7 from `The Beautiful Millwife`. Recording - January 10, 1954, London.
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`Einem Bach, der fliesst` (Act III). Recorded: January 4, 1954, London.
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Recorded: October 6, 1967, Ascona (live).
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Recorded on October 2, 1947, London.
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Idemeneo: Zeffiretti lusinghieri (Atto 3) // rec. in 1952, London
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Entry May 1956.
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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Recorded: November 1970, Berlin.
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WoO 33: 1-42. Recorded: August/September 1965, Berlin.
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. 69, 5. Recorded: January 5-6, 1954, London.
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1941-43.
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40`s.
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Recordings: 1977, London & 1979, Vienna.
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40s.
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. 78, 1-3. Recorded: February 20, 1967 , London (live).
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