Richard Wagner, Hans Knappertsbusch - Parsifal - A Complete Recording Made During Actual Performances At The Bayreuth Festival Theatre 1951 Issued With The Approval Of Wieland Wagner album flac
|A1||He! Ho! Waldhüter Ihr||9:14|
|A2||Recht So! - Habt Dank! - Ein Wenig Rast||6:45|
|A2||Nicht Dank! - Haha! Was Wird Es Helfen?||8:30|
|A2||O Wunden-wundervoller Heiliger Speer!||4:37|
|B1||Titurel, Der Fromme Held||11:45|
|B1||Weh! Weh!... Hoho!||7:52|
|B1||Nun Sag! Nichts Weißt Du||7:11|
|B2||Vom Bade Kehrt Der König Heim||1:58|
|B2||Nun Achte Wohl Und Laß Mich Seh’n||7:28|
|B2||Mein Sohn Amfortas, Bist Du Im Amt?||12:35|
|C1||Enthüllet Den Gral!||7:39|
|C1||Wein Und Brot Des Letzten Mahles||12:34|
|C2||Die Zeit Ist Da||4:47|
|C2||Ach! Ach! Tiefe Nacht!||11:46|
|C2||Hier War Das Tosen! Hier! Hier!||4:29|
|D1||Komm, Komm, Holder Knabe!||5:36|
|D1||Parsifal! - Weile!||3:24|
|D1||Dies Alles - Hab‘ Ich Nun Geträumt?||3:31|
|D1||Ich Sah Das Kind||5:45|
|D1||Wehe! Wehe! Was Tat Ich? Wo War Ich?||5:51|
|D2||Amfortas! Die Wunde!||8:44|
|D2||Grausamer! Fühlst Du Im Herzen||12:39|
|D2||Vergeh, Unseliges Weib!||4:09|
|E1||Von Dorther Kam Das Stöhnen||9:18|
|E1||Heil Dir, Mein Gast!||2:03|
|E1||Ja! Woher Kommst Du Denn?||4:55|
|E2||Heil Mir, Daß Ich Dich Wiederfinde!||5:00|
|E2||O Herr! War Es Ein Fluch||7:24|
|E2||Nicht So! Die Heil’ge Quelle Selbst||4:22|
|F1||Gesegnet Sei, Du Reiner, Durch Das Reine!||5:37|
|F1||Wie Dünkt Mich Doch Die Aue||3:08|
|F1||Du Siehst, Das Ist Nicht So||7:26|
|F1||Mittag. Die Stund‘ Ist Da||5:27|
|F2||Geleiten Wir Im Bergenden Schrein||4:37|
|F2||Ja, Wehe! Wehe! Weh‘ Über Mich!||8:06|
|F2||Nur Eine Waffe Taugt||5:51|
|F2||Höchsten Heiles Wunder!||3:25|
- Alto Vocals [2. Knappe] – Elfriede Wild
- Baritone Vocals [Amfortas] – George London
- Bass Vocals [2. Gralsritter] – Werner Faulhaber
- Bass Vocals [Gurnemanz] – Ludwig Weber
- Bass Vocals [Klingsor] – Hermann Uhde
- Bass Vocals [Titurel] – Arnold van Mill
- Composed By – Richard Wagner
- Conductor – Hans Knappertsbusch
- Soprano Vocals [1. Knappe] – Hanna Ludwig
- Soprano Vocals [Kundry] – Martha Mödl
- Tenor Vocals [1. Gralsritter] – Walther Fritz
- Tenor Vocals [3. Knappe] – Günther Baldauf
- Tenor Vocals [4. Knappe] – Gerhard Stolze
- Tenor Vocals [Parsifal] – Wolfgang Windgassen
NotesSix auto coupled disc set with custom labels and leaflet. Textured box.
|LXT 2651, LXT 2652, LXT 2653, LXT 2654, LXT 2655,||Richard Wagner, Hans Knappertsbusch||Richard Wagner, Hans Knappertsbusch - Parsifal - Complete Recording (6xLP, Mono)||Decca, Decca, Decca, Decca, Decca, Decca||LXT 2651, LXT 2652, LXT 2653, LXT 2654, LXT 2655,||UK||1956|
|LXT 2651, LXT 2652, LXT 2653, LXT 2654, LXT 2655,||Richard Wagner, Hans Knappertsbusch||Richard Wagner, Hans Knappertsbusch - Parsifal - Complete Recording (6xLP, Mono)||Decca, Decca, Decca, Decca, Decca, Decca||LXT 2651, LXT 2652, LXT 2653, LXT 2654, LXT 2655,||Germany||Unknown|
|9031-76047-2||Wagner* - Windgassen*, Mödl*, Weber*, London*, Uhde*, van Mill*, Hans Knappertsbusch||Wagner* - Windgassen*, Mödl*, Weber*, London*, Uhde*, van Mill*, Hans Knappertsbusch - Parsifal (4xCD, Album + Box)||TELDEC||9031-76047-2||Europe||1993|
|8.110221-24||Wagner*, Hans Knappertsbusch, Chor* Und Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele||Wagner*, Hans Knappertsbusch, Chor* Und Orchester der Bayreuther Festspiele - Parsifal (4xCD, RM)||Naxos Historical||8.110221-24||UK||2003|
|GOM 504-8||Wagner* - Windgassen*, London*, Van Mill*, Weber*, Modl*, Uhde*, Orquesta* Y Coro Del Festival De Bayreuth* Director: Knappertsbusch*||Wagner* - Windgassen*, London*, Van Mill*, Weber*, Modl*, Uhde*, Orquesta* Y Coro Del Festival De Bayreuth* Director: Knappertsbusch* - Parsifal (5xLP, Album, Mono + Box)||Ace Of Diamonds||GOM 504-8||Spain||1970|
Recorded live in 1951 at the Bayreuther Festspiele, Festspielhaus Bayreuth. The same cover was used in 1951 for London LLA-10.
Hans Knappertsbusch (12 March 1888 – 25 October 1965) was a German conductor, best known for his performances of the music of Richard Wagner, Anton Bruckner.
Hans Knappertsbusch (12 March 1888 – 25 October 1965) was a German conductor, best known for his performances of the music of Richard Wagner, Anton Bruckner and . He conducted the first performances of Der Ring des Nibelungen at the reopening of the Bayreuth Festival in 1951, though only the Götterdämmerung survives
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In April 1933, Knappertsbusch, along with Richard Strauss and other prominent German musicians, issued and signed a short statement in the newspaper "Münchner Neueste Nachrichten", titled Protest der München ("protest of the Richard Wagner city of Munich"), in reaction to Thomas Mann's Leiden und Größe Richard Wagners ("Woes and greatness of Richard Wagner. ), a critical but ultimately admiring lecture about the composer. Decca went to Bayreuth in 1951 to record only Parsifal, but with the approval of Wieland Wagner and Knappertsbusch himself, Decca also as an experiment recorded a Ring cycle.
The performance history of Parsifal at Bayreuth in the 1950s and 60s is inseparably bound up with the conductor Hans Knappertsbusch. When the festival restarted in 1951, Knappertsbusch (who began his career as assistant to Hans Richter and Siegfried Wagner at Bayreuth before the first world war) conducted the new production of Wagner's final opera, which was directed by Wieland Wagner, and he continued to conduct it every year except one until 1964; he died the following year. Recordings of Parsifal taken from the 1951 and 1962 festivals have already been issued on disc and are among the.
Parsifal conductors at the Bayreuth Festival. Franz Fischer (assistant conductor) Hermann Levi Richard Wagner. During the final performance Wagner took the baton out of Hermann Levi's hand and conducted the last act from the transformation scene to the end. Hermann Levi in a letter to his father: "At the end of the work the audience broke into applaus that defies description. It was the year after Wieland Wagner had died; to be able to see his productions was a total knock-out. These bare stagings, where everything was done with lighting. The light changed with the music, and the shadows and patterns seemed as archetypal as the music itself. He continued to guest conduct in Vienna, as well as to make appearances at the Bayreuth Festival. He conducted the first performances of Der Ring des Nibelungen at the reopening of the Bayreuth Festival in 1951, though only the Götterdämmerung survives. The Parsifal of that year, in which Martha Mödl made her Bayreuth premiere as Kundry, remains among the marquee recordings of that role.
This remark by Hans Knappertsbusch to Hans Hotter as the singer was about go on stage as Gurnemanz at Bayreuth in 1964, was characteristic of the conductor’s attitude. Singers’ egos, directors’ concepts and designers’ flights of fancy had no place in the Knappertsbusch vision of Wagner’s stage works. No two of his performances were alike which made him a difficult conductor to ‘capture’ in the clinical environment of the recording studio. This collection brings together the bulk of his Wagner orchestral recordings for Decca (with the Wiener Philharmoniker) with scenes from Parsifal with members of the Wiener Staatsopernchor and the ‘Forest Murmurs’ from ‘Siegfried’ with Franz Lechleitner in the title role – in all, more than two-and-a-half hours of music recorded for Decca between 1950 and 1959. Australian Wagner scholar, Peter Bassett, contributes the illuminating notes for this release.
Rare boxset of six LP's, "Parsifal" from R. Wagner, "complete recording made during the actual performances at the Bayreuth Festival Theatre, 1951, with a distinguished cast of soloists and the Bayreuth Festival Chorus and Orchestra, cond. by Han Knapperstsbusch. Decca UK LXT 2651/56 I can't ship for 4 US$ ! Wait my invoice. Costs of shipping are the same than Japan or South Korea ! Registered shipping only ! Similar Items.