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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/7/1995
  • Label: Preiser Records
  • UPC: 717281901451
  • Catalog Number: 90145

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 Judas Maccabaeus, oratorio, HWV 63: Nun preisen wir die Allmacht des Herrn... Dank sei - George Frideric Handel & Joseph Schmidt (4:34)
    Composed byGeorge Frideric Handel
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt, Frederick Lechner, Chor der jüdischen Gemeinde Berlin
  2. 2 Judas Maccabaeus, oratorio, HWV 63: Dank sei dir Gott - George Frideric Handel & Joseph Schmidt (1:30)
    Composed byGeorge Frideric Handel
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt
  3. 3 Aus jeglichem Munde erschallet der Ruf - Louis Lewandowski & Joseph Schmidt (3:13)
    Composed byLouis Lewandowski
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt
  4. 4 Ob der Morgen erglühet, ob sich senket die Nacht - Louis Lewandowski & Joseph Schmidt (3:13)
    Composed byLouis Lewandowski
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt
  5. 5 Einst in ferner Zeiten Tage - Carl Friedrich Zelter & Joseph Schmidt (4:41)
    Composed byCarl Friedrich Zelter
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt
  6. 6 Bitten, song for voice & piano, Op. 48/1 - Ludwig van Beethoven & Joseph Schmidt (3:26)
    Composed byLudwig van Beethoven
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt
  7. 7 Preist den Herrn, er gab seine Lehre - Louis Lewandowski & Joseph Schmidt (1:55)
    Composed byLouis Lewandowski
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt
  8. 8 Adonai... Sch'ma Israel... Baruch schem - Louis Lewandowski & Joseph Schmidt (4:18)
    Composed byLouis Lewandowski
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt
  9. 9 Sch'ma Israel... Adonai hu ho elohim - Louis Lewandowski & Joseph Schmidt (4:27)
    Composed byLouis Lewandowski
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt
  10. 10 Ano Avdoh - Steinberg & Joseph Schmidt (5:47)
    Composed bySteinberg
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt
  11. 11 Ki lekach tov natati lachem - Steinberg & Joseph Schmidt (6:25)
    Composed bySteinberg
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt
  12. 12 Faust, opera: Cavatine des Faust - Charles Gounod & Joseph Schmidt (5:58)
    Composed byCharles Gounod
    Conducted byBruno Seidler-Winkler
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt, Bruno Seidler-Winkler, Berliner Funk-Orchester
  13. 13 Tosca, opera: Und es blitzten die Sterne - Berlin Symphony Orchestra & Giacomo Puccini (3:02)
    Composed byGiacomo Puccini
    Conducted bySelmar Meyrowitz
    Performed byBerlin Symphony Orchestra, Joseph Schmidt, Selmar Meyrowitz
  14. 14 Tosca, opera: Nur deinetwege wollt'ich noch nicht - Bavarian State Opera Orchestra & Giacomo Puccini (3:52)
    Composed byGiacomo Puccini
    Conducted byLeo Blech
    Performed byBavarian State Opera Orchestra, Leo Blech, Joseph Schmidt
  15. 15 Eugene Onegin, opera, Op. 24: Wohin seid ihr entschwunden - Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky & Joseph Schmidt (6:13)
    Composed byPeter Ilich Tchaikovsky
    Conducted byFrieder Weissmann
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt, Frieder Weissmann, Grosses Opern-Orchester
  16. 16 Le Cid, opera: Ach, alles sinkt hinab - Jules Massenet & Joseph Schmidt (3:09)
    Composed byJules Massenet
    Conducted byOtto Dobrindt
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt, Otto Dobrindt, Grosses Opern-Orchester
  17. 17 Manon, opera: Ich bin allein - Jules Massenet & Joseph Schmidt (3:02)
    Composed byJules Massenet
    Conducted byOtto Dobrindt
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt, Otto Dobrindt, Grosses Opern-Orchester
  18. 18 Die tote Stadt (The Dead City), opera, Op. 12: Glück, das mir verblieb - Erich Wolfgang Korngold & Joseph Schmidt (3:17)
    Composed byErich Wolfgang Korngold
    Conducted byOtto Dobrindt
    Performed byJoseph Schmidt, Otto Dobrindt, Grosses Opern-Orchester
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Joseph Schmidt Primary Artist
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Joseph Schmidt - The voice I love - lives on.

    Joseph Schmidt was in Switzerland when my parents were there. He was trying to stay alive just as were all the Jews at that time. He was a beacon of hope and joy to the displaced persons/Jews in Switzerland. When he died, their hearts were broken. He may not be with us any longer, but his wonderful voice will never die. When he sings, the sincerity in his voice remarkable! A true artist - he will forever be missed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    He Died in the Holocaust

    Thank you for buying my realtive's albums. WE were of the opinion that he was one of the very best cantors in the world and we wish more of his music could have survived the Holocaust. I believe that he was one of the best interpreters of the S'hma that ever was. He rates with Richard Tucker as far as vocal range goes. I hear his rendition of the Kol Nidre service was glorious! May G-d bless you and keep his memory alive as well as that of the 6 million other martyrs of the Holocaust. NEVER AGAIN! Hitler killed the music but could not kill the singer!(He died in a Swiss camp trying to return to NYC)We loved him. I wish I had known him

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