Mozart / Rossini / Lortzing / Verdi / Quadri: Great Singers Live

Hermann Prey: Great Singers Live

Mozart / Rossini / Lortzing / Verdi / Quadri: Great Singers Live

Format: CD

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Title: Great Singers Live
Artist: Mozart / Rossini / Lortzing / Verdi / Quadri
Label: BR Klassiks
UPC: 4035719003079
Genre: Classical Composers

Hermann Prey's performance of Papageno was historic, and turned him into the most popular opera singer in Germany. This CD includes a collection of previously unpublished recordings made during the legendary Sunday Concerts with the Menchner Rundfunk Orchester from 1966 to 1992. In a representative series of roles ranging from Bach to musicals, the great baritone shows US all his facets: From the sensitivity of the comic actor to the intense, inmost sincerity of the Lieder performer. At a time when the opera was still an integral part of Germany's media landscape, Hermann Prey made it impressively clear that a broad repertoire and depth of interpretation are not necessarily mutually exclusive.

1.1 Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute), K. 620, Act II: Arie: Ein Madchen Oder Weibchen Wunscht Papageno Sich!
1.2 Le Nozze Di Figaro (The Marriage of Figaro), K. 492, Act IV: Recitative and Aria: Tutto E Disposto ? Aprite Un Po' Quegli Occhi
1.3 Cosi Fan Tutte, K. 588, Act I: Rivolgete a Lui Lo Sguardo
1.4 Il Barbiere Di Siviglia (The Barber of Seville), Act I: Cavatina: Largo Al Factotum Della Citta
1.5 Der Wildschutz, Act III: Recitative and Aria: Wie Freundlich Strahlt Die Helle Morgensonne
1.6 La Traviata, Act II: Di Provenza Il Mar
1.7 Un Ballo in Maschera, Act III: Eri Tu Che Macchiavi Quell'anima
1.8 Faust, Act I: Cavatina: Avant de Quitter Ces Lieux
1.9 Pagliacci, Act I: Prologue: Si Puo? Si Puo?
1.10 Christmas Oratorio, BWV 248, Part I: Grosser Herr, O Starker Konig
1.11 No. 1. Auf Dem Hugel Sitz' Ich, Spahend
1.12 No. 2. Wo Die Berge So Blau
1.13 No. 3. Leichte Segler in Den Hohen
1.14 No. 4. Diese Wolken in Den Hohen
1.15 No. 5. Es Kehret Der Maien
1.16 No. 6. Nimm Sie Hin Denn Diese Lieder
1.17 Annie Get Your Gun: They Say It's Wonderful

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