Tannhäuser (Metropolitan Opera)

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Overview

One of Richard Wagner's most enduring works, this bold operatic tale of a medieval knight's struggle for freedom against the gods was given a striking production by the Metropolitan Opera, and this video captures the performance for the ages. Eva Marton, Richard Cassilly, Tatiana Troyanos and Bernd Weikl lead the cast; James Levine conducts the orchestra.
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Overview

One of Richard Wagner's most enduring works, this bold operatic tale of a medieval knight's struggle for freedom against the gods was given a striking production by the Metropolitan Opera, and this video captures the performance for the ages. Eva Marton, Richard Cassilly, Tatiana Troyanos and Bernd Weikl lead the cast; James Levine conducts the orchestra.
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Special Features

Picture gallery ("Tannhäuser at the Met); Trailers
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/4/2006
  • UPC: 044007341711
  • Original Release: 1982
  • Rating:

  • Source: Deutsche Grammophon
  • Region Code: 0
  • Presentation: Subtitled
  • Sound: DTS 5.1-Channel Surround Sound, Dolby AC-3 Surround Sound
  • Time: 3:09:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 29,253

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Richard Cassilly Tannhauser
Eva Marton Elisabeth
Tatiana Troyanos Venus
Bernd Weikl Wolfram
John Macurdy Landgraf Hermann
Robert Nagy Walther
James Levine Conductor
Technical Credits
Brian Large Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Wagner/Levine: Tannhäuser - Act 1
2. Ouvertüre/Overture [15:44]
3. »Naht Euch Dem Strande!« (Chor) [4:37]
4. »Geliebter, Sag, Wo Weilt Dein Sinn?« (Venus, Tannhäuser) [4:30]
5. »Dir Töne Lob! Die Wunder Sei'n Gepriesen« (Tannhäuser, Venus) [2:49]
6. »Dank Deiner Huld! Gepriesen Sei Dein Leiben« (Tannhäuser, Venus) [2:43]
7. »Geliebter, Komm! Sieh Dort Die Grotte« (Venus, Chor) [4:33]
8. »Stets Soll Nur Dir, Nur Dir Mein Lied Ertönen!« (Tannhäuser) [1:40]
9. »Zieh Hin, Wahnsinniger, Zieh Hin!« (Venus, Tannhäuser) [8:59]
10. »Frau Holda Kam Aus Dem Berg Hervor« (Hirt) [2:29]
11. »Zu Dir Wall' Ich, Mein Jesus Christ« (Chor, Hirt, Tannhäuser) [6:21]
12. »Wer Ist Der Dort In Brünstigem Gebete?« (Landgraf, Walther, Biterolf, Wolfram, Heinrich, Reinmar, Tannhäuser) [4:54]
13. »Als Du In Kühnem Sange Uns Bestrittest« (Wolfram, Walther, Heinrich, Biterolf, Reinmar, Landgraf, Tannhäuser) [7:57]
Disc #2 -- Wagner/Levine: Tannhäuser - Act 2/Act 3
1. »Dich, Teure Halle, Grüß' Ich Wieder« (Elisabeth) [5:07]
2. »Dort Ist Sie. Nahe Dich Ihr Ungestört!« ( Wolfram, Tannhäuser, Elisabeth) [6:45]
3. »Den Gott Der Liebe Sollst Du Preisen!« (Tannhäuser, Elisabeth) [2:30]
4. »Dich Treff' Ich Heir, In Dieser Halle« (Landgraf, Elisabeth) [3:48]
5. »Freudig, Begrüßen Wir Die Edle Halle« (Chor) [7:45]
6. »Gar Viel Und Schön Ward Hier In Dieser Halle« (Landgraf, Edelknaben, Chor) [5:19]
7. »Blick' Ich Umher In Diesem Edlen Kreise« (Wolfram, Chor) [5:01]
8. »O Wolfram, Der Du Also Sangest« (Tannhäuser) [1:43]
9. »Heraus Zum Kampfe Mit Uns Allen!« (Biterolf, Chor, Tannhäuser) [1:55]
10. »O Himmel, Laß Dich Jetzt Erflehen!« (Wolfram, Tannhäuser) [1:58]
11. »Ha, Der Verruchte! Fliehet Ihn!« (Walther, Heinrich, Wolfram, Biterolf, Reinmar, Landgraf, Chor, Elisabeth) [2:05]
12. »Zurück Von Ihm! Nicht Ihr Seid Seine Richter!« (Elisabeth) [3:59]
13. »Weh! Weh Mir Unglücksel'gem!« (Tannhäuser, Walther, Heinrich, Wolfram, Biterolf, Reinmar, Landgraf, Elisabeth, Chor) [5:57]
14. »Ein Furchtbares Verbrechen Ward Begangen« (Landgraf) [2:03]
15. »Versammelt Sind Aus Meinen Landen« (Landgraf, Walther, Heinrich, Wolfram, Biterolf, Reinmar, Elisabeth, Tannhäuser, Chor) [7:46]
16. Einleitung/Introduction [8:03]
17. »Woh! Wußt' Ich Heir Sie Im Gebet Zu Finden« (Wolfram) [2:58]
18. Beglückt Darf Nun Dich, O Heimat, Ich Schauen« (Chor, Elisabeth, Wolfram) [3:52]
19. »Allmächt'ge Jungrau, Hör Mein Flehen!« (Elisabeth, Wolfram) [9:34]
20. »Wie Todesahnung Dämmrung Deckt Die Lande« (Wolfram) [1:40]
21. »O Du, Mein Holder Abendstern« (Wolfram) [2:53]
22. »Ich Hörte Harfenschlag« (Tannhäuser, Wolfram) [4:38]
23. »Inbrunst Im Herzen, Wie Kein Büßer Noch« (Tannhäuser) [3:08]
24. »Nach Rom Gelangt' Ich So« (Tannhäuser) [4:17]
25. »Da Sank Ich In Vernichtung Dumpf Darnieder« (Tannhäuser, Wolfram) [3:41]
26. »Willkommen, Ungetreuer Mann!« (Venus, Tannhäuser, Wolfram, Chor, Walther, Heinrich, Biterolf, Reinmar, Landgraf) [3:43]
27. »Heilige Elisabeth, Bitte Für Mich!« (Tannhäuser, Chor, Walther, Heinrich, Biterolf, Reinmar, Landgraf) [8:04]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Wagner/Levine: Tannhäuser - Act 1
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      Act 1
   Subtitles
      Deutsch
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      Français
      Castellano
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   Audio
      PCM Stereo
      Dolby Digital 5.1
      DTS 5.1
Disc #2 -- Wagner/Levine: Tannhäuser - Act 2/Act 3
   Start Programme
   Select Title
      Act 2
      Act 3
   Subtitles
      Deutsch
      English
      Français
      Castellano
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      Subtitles Off
   Audio
      PCM Stereo
      Dolby Digital 5.1
      DTS 5.1
   Bonus
      Picture Gallery
      Trailer
      Catalogue
         Portraits & Documentaries
         Concerts
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         Operas
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