,  (Klemperer)
Otto Klemperer (conductor)


Soprano - Agnes Giebel, bass [No. 10] - Franz Crass. BBC Chorus (Chorus Master - Peter Gellhorn). Recorded: October 18-20, 1967, 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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Don Giovanni - Nicolai Ghiaurov, Commendatore - Franz Crass, Donna Anna - Claire Watson, Don Ottavio - Nicolai Gedda, Donna Elvira - Christa Ludwig, Leporello - Walter Berry, Zerlina - Mirella Freni, Masetto - Paolo Montarsolo. 1966.
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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: January 1966.
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Recorded: October 10-11, 1967, London.
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Figaro - Geraint Evans, Susanna - Reri Grist, Conte Almaviva - Gabriel Bacquier, Contessa Almaviva - Elisabeth Söderström, Cherubino - Teresa Berganza, Marcellina - Annelies Burmeister, Bartolo - Michael Langdon, Basilio - Werner Hollweg, Curzio - Willi Brokmeier, Antonio - Clifford Grant, Barbarina - Margaret Price. 1970.
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1.Ich bin der abhanden gekommen( lyric by Ruckert) 2.Um Mitternacht (lyric by Ruckert) 3. Das irdische Leben(lyric by Des Knaben Wunderhorn) 4. Ich atmet` einen linden Duft( lyric by Ruckert) 5. Wo die schonen Trompeten blasen(lyric by Des Knaben Wunderhorn)
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STEREO. Recorded on 29 October and 11-13 November 1959 at Studio No. 1, Abbey Road, 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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1955.
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Recorded: October 22-24, 1959, London.
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Orchestra `Philharmonic`.
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Recorded: July 1956, London.
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Recorded: October 25, 1954, Cologne (live).
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Leonore - Christa Ludwig; Florestan - Jon Vickers; Rocco - Gottlob Frick; Don Pizarro - Walter Berry; Don Fernando - Franz Crass; Marzelline - Ingeborg Hallstein; Jaquino - Gerhard Unger; Erster Gefangener - Kurt Wehofschitz; Zweiter Gefangener - Raymond Wolanksy. 1962.
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Recorded: October 1965.
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Date of recording: October 1960, London.
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Recorded September to November 1969, London.
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November 1967.
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Orchestra ``Philharmonic``
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Philharmonia Orchestra
Studio Recording in London
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January 1963.
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Recorded: November 1, 1956 & March 28/29, 1957, London.
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Grace Hoffman - mezzo-soprano, Jerome Hines - bass. Recording of 1965
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Fiordiligi - Margaret Price, Dorabella - Yvonne Minton, Despina - Lucia Popp, Ferrando - Luigi Alva, Guglielmo - Geraint Evans, Don Alfonso - Hans Sotin. Orchestra - New Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor - Otto Klemperer. Chorus - John Alldis Choir. 1971.
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Daniel Barenboim - piano. John Alldis Choir, New Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer. EMI.
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New Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer. EMI Classics. Recorded September to November 1969, London.
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Orchestra ``Philharmonic``.
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1967-68
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Recorded: November 7-8, 1964, London.
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1967-68
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19.05.1968
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Recorded: January 1960, London.
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Well, `Accompaniment to a Film Scene`, really. From 1930. Premièred by Otto Klemperer in Berlin, during the Kroll Oper years.

Schoenberg wrote it in 1929 already, for a kind of expressionist movie. When in the 30`s, during the diaspora caused by the German fascists, living in LA near the heart of Hollywood, the composer was given the chance of coöperating with a cinematographic music contribution, he took exactly this same music out of the drawer. He asked a substantial prize. Then
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Recorded: February 6, 1957, Amsterdam.
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June 2, 1968, Vienne (live).
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50s.
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New Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer. EMI Classics. Recorded September to November 1969, London.
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1957.
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Recorded: October 28-29, 1957, London.
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London, Philharmonic Choir and Orchestra. January 28-29, February 16, 1960. Dir. O. Klemperer. Heather Harper (c), Janet Baker (ms).
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Recorded: November 3-4, 1967, London.
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Recorded: July 19, 1956, London.
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1927.
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Recorded: March 21-23, 1962, London.
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Recorded: June 17-19, 1960, Paris.
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Live - Vienna - 1960
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Recorded: February 1969, London.
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recorded in 1960 in London
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23-26.IV and 17-18.IX. 1963.
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`Valkyrie`, 1 act. Siegmund - William Cochran, Sieglinde - Helga Dernesh, Hunding - Hans Sotin. October 22-24 and 31, November 3, 1969, November 26-27, 1970. London, All Saints Church.
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Recorded: February 15-18, 1960, London.
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Recorded: October/November 1964, London.
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Philharmonia Orchestra 1963
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Recorded: October 29 & 31, 1956, London.
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Recorded: May 5, 1960, London.
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Rienzi
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1957.
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Recorded: February 1963.
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Recorded: October 1957, London.
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Recorded: February 1966, London.
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19.05.1968
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Brandenburg Concerto No.5 in D major, BWV 1050. Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer. Label: Toshiba/EMI. Release Date: 2005. Date of recording: October 1960. Recording location: London.
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Overture. Recorded: March 1949, Budapest.
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Recorded: October 1963, London.
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Pulcinella Suite. Rec. 18.2, 14 & 18.5.1963 and 20.3.1964, Kingsway Hall, London.
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Recorded: October 1968, London.
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Recorded: May 1962.
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Overture. 1957.
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Recorded: October 1964, London.
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Recorded: October 29-30, 1956, London.
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Philharmonia orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer.
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Prelude to act 1. February 25 and March 3, 1960.
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Recorded: September - November 1969, London.
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Recorded: February 27, 1956, Cologne.
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X & XI. 1972, Kingsway Hall, London.
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Recorded: March 17-18, 1967, London.
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Soprano Ilona Steingruber, tenor Erich Majkut, contralto Else Schuerhoff, bass Otto Wiener. 1951.
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Prelude to act 3. March 3, 1960
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Overture. May-September 1960.
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03.09.1958
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Recorded: February 9-10, 1970, London.
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Overture. October 30 and December 2, 1961.
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Overture Manfred, Op.115. Otto Klemperer, New Philharmonia Orchestra.
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Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer. EMI.
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05/04/1954; WDR Sinfonieorchester; Köln
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02.06.1968
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Recorded: May 29, 1960, Vienna.
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15.II.1960, London.
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Recorded: May 1960, London.
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Entry - September 1971, London.
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Overture. 1960.
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Prelude to act 1. November 14, 1961
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Bernardo Segall - piano. Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer.
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Philharmonia orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer.
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Philharmonia Chorus. Recorded: March 21-23, 1962.
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London Wind Quintet & Ensemble, Abbey Road, London, 1 January 1963.
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Entry - January 1960, London.
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1. `Clouds` and 2. `Festivities`. 1926
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Recorded: March 29, 1957, London.
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Entry 1951, Amsterdam.
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Recorded: September 8, 1959, Lucerne Festival.
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New Philharmonia Wind Ensemble.
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06 22 1961, Amsterdam
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Recorded: May 1960, London.
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November 1963.
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Prelude. Recorded: June 1958, Vienna (live).
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Overture.
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Alborada del gracioso from Miroirs. 1926.
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Recorded: October 1964, London.
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Overture. May - September 1960
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Entry - October 1965, London.
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The entrance of the gods to Valhalla recorded in 1960
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Rec. 9.10.1954.
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Recorded: October 1965, London.
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Recorded on June 16, 1968, Vienna (live).
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Recorded: March 8, 1956, Vienna (live).
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Recorded: May 1960, London.
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Recorded: September 9, 1956, Montreux.
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Recorded: March 29, 1957.
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`Scenes from Goethe's Faust: Overture. February 8, 1969.
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Recorded 3.11.1969, No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road. EMI.
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Sopranos - Anna Báthy, Judit Sándor; contralto - Magda Tiszay; tenor - Lajos Somogyvári; bass - György Littasy. Budapest Chorus (Chorus Master - Miklós Forrai). Recorded: January 20, 1950, Budapest.
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Aase Nordmo Lovberg - soprano. Philharmonia Chorus (Wilhelm Pitz). Recorded: October/November 1957, London.
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Recorded: June 1951, Vienna.
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24 II 1961
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Recorded: January 1960, London.
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Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Otto Klemperer. EMI.
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Recorded in 1956, Amsterdam.
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Recorded: January 24, 1956, London.
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Recorded: May 1960, London.
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Original Dresden Version / Theo Adam (Der Holländer), Anja Silja (Senta), Martti Talvela (Daland), Ernst Kozub (Erik), Annelies Burmeister (Mary), Gerhard Unger (Der Steuermann) / Peter Gelhorn (chorus master) / studio recording at Abbey Road Studios, Studio No. 1, London; 19-24, 27 & 28 February, 8-11, 13 & 14 March 1968
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Recorded: July 12, 1956, Amsterdam (live).
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Overture // 1960
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X. 1954, Kingsway Hall, London; Philharmonia Orchestra
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1951-1954.
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Live - Sung in Hungarian - 24 October 1948 - Budapest - with Magda Rigo, Gyorgy Losonczy, Laszlo Jambor - Hungarian State Oper Chorus. Note - Towards the end of Act 3 Klemperer leaves the pit and the performance stops for a period.
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Overture // 1960
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Das irdische Leben; Wo die schönen Trompeten blasen. Recorded: February 17-19, 1964, London.
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Overture // 1960
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Recorded: April 26, 1951, Amsterdam.
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Maria Curcio piano. 1957, Amsterdam.
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STEREO. Recorded: 22-24 May 1960 & 10 May 1962, London.
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Recorded: April 5, 1954, Cologne (live).
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