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Wagner – Das Rheingold - Georg Solti and the Vienna Philharmonic (3LP, Edition japonaise)

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Richard Wagner – Das Rheingold

Baritone Vocals [Donner] – Eberhard Wächter

Baritone Vocals [Wotan] – George London

Bass Vocals [Alberich] – Gustav Neidlinger

Bass Vocals [Fafner] – Kurt Böhme

Bass Vocals [Fasolt] – Walter Kreppel

Mezzo-soprano Vocals [Erda] – Jean Madeira

Soprano Vocals [Fricka] – Kirsten Flagstad

Tenor Vocals [Froh] – Waldemar Kmentt

Tenor Vocals [Loge] – Set Svanholm

Tenor Vocals [Mime] – Paul Kuen

Vocals [Flosshilde] – Ira Malaniuk

Vocals [Freia] – Claire Watson

Vocals [Wellgunde] – Hetta Plumacher

Vocals [Woglinde] – Oda Balsborg

Orchestra – Vienna Philharmonic

Conductor – Georg Solti [click here to see more vinyl featuring Georg Solti]

 

 

3 LPs, Box set

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label : London Records

Original label : Decca

Recorded  September & October 1958 at September & October 1958

Produced by John Culshaw

Photography by Hans Wild

Originally released in 1959

 

Tracks :

Side A:

1. Vorspiel
SCENE I
2. Weia! Waga! Woge, du Welle!
3. Garstig glatter glitschriger Glimmer!
4. Wallala! Lalaleia! Leialalei!
5. Lugt, Schwestern! Die Weckerin lacht in den Grund
6. Der Welt Erbe Gewänn' ich zu eigen durch dich?

 

Side B: SCENE II

  1. Wotan! Gemahl! Erwache!
  2. Sanft schloß Schlaf dein Aug'
  3. Zu mir, Freia!
  4. Endlich, Loge!

Side C:

SCENE II (continued)
1. Immer ist Undank Loges Lohn!
2. Ein Runenzauber zwingt das Gold zum Reif
3. Hör', Wotan, der Harrenden Wort!
4. Was sinnt nun Wotan so wild?
5. Auf, Loge, hinab zu mir!... Hehe! Hehe!
6. Schau, du Schelm!
SCENE III
7. Nibelheim hier

 

Side D: SCENE III (continued)

1. Wer halfe mir!
2. Nehmt euch in acht! Alberich naht!
3. Vergeh, frevelnder Gauch!
4. Ohe! Ohe! Schreckliche Schlange
SCENE IV
5. Da, Vetter, sitze du fest!

 

Side E : SCENE IV

  1. Gezahlt hab'ich: nun laßt mich ziehn!
  2. Bin ich nun frei?
  3. Fasolt und Fafner nahen von fern
  4. Gepflanzt sind die Pfähle nach Pfandes Maß
  5. Weiche, Wotan, weiche!

Side F: SCENE IV (continued)

  1. Geheimnis-hehr
  2. Hört, ihr Riesen!
  3. Schwüles Gedünst schwebt in der Luft
  4. Abendlich strahlt der Sonne Auge
  5. Rheingold! Rheingold!


    Review:

    “A few conductors have perhaps equalled Georg Solti in their conducting of Richard Wagner's baton-breaking Der Ring des Nibelungen—Karl Böhm, Daniel Barenboim, Herbert Keilberth, and Reginald Goodall have all had coherent visions of the work which they were able to translate effectively to disc. But no one has ever equalled what Solti, producer John Culshaw, and what looks increasingly like a hitherto unsuspected golden age of Wagner singers, together accomplished: what is still the recording art's crowning achievement. No one has bettered Solti's London/Decca Ring in terms of sweep, scope, grandeur, dramatic immediacy, and sheer adrenalin. His Ring was the first in stereo and the first recorded in the studio. Four decades after its first notes were laid down on tape, it also remains Solti's greatest accomplishment.

    (…) The orchestration is appropriately heavy and thick, the score weighted toward timpani and the lowest ranges of the trombones, contrabass trombone, bass tuba, and double basses. The brass are now warmer, more true, but most pronounced are the differences in the lower midrange.

    (…) James Lock has done an outstanding job of re-remastering one of the greatest recordings of all time. I applaud his sensitivity and restraint.” Richard Lehnert, Sterophile, November, 2012

     

    Ratings :

    Discogs :   5 / 5

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