Wagner: Tristan und Isolde

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/11/1997
  • Label: Deutsche Grammophon
  • UPC: 028944977226
  • Catalog Number: 449772
  • Sales rank: 66,275


Disc 1
  1. 1 Tristan und Isolde, opera, WWV 90 - Richard Wagner & Karl Bohm (218:35)
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Album Credits

Performance Credits
Karl Bohm Primary Artist, Conductor
Peter Schreier Vocals
Martti Talvela Vocals
Christa Ludwig Vocals
Eberhard Wächter Vocals
Bayreuth Festival Orchestra Performing Ensemble
Claude Heater Vocals
Birgit Nilsson Vocals
Erwin Wohlfahrt Vocals
Bayreuth Festival Choir Choir, Chorus
Gerd Nienstedt Vocals
Wolfgang Windgassen Vocals
Wilhelm Pitz Choir Master
Technical Credits
Richard Wagner Composer
Lionel Salter translation
Wolfgang Lohse Producer
Thomas A. Quinn Liner Note Translation
Hans-Ludwig Hirsch Executive Producer
Erich Rappl Liner Notes
Wieland Wagner Cover Art
M.S. Caussy translation
Otto Gerdes Executive Producer
Richard Osborne Liner Notes
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating 4.5
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Ten stars would not be enogh

    Tristan, the ultimate tragedy. Period. The best version, here. Nilsson: vocal purity and at the same time strength (It reminds me a part of the film "Men in Black", when one is told that many aliens live among us and some are even famous people: surely one is tempted to say Nilsson vocal powers are simply not human). Windgassen, a truly "human" Tristan, because he can sound powerfull or weak, according to the music. Brangane and Kurwenal are up to the task. But the real master here is Bohm. He conducts this piece with an almost supernatural energy. Just listen to the brass in Liebestod ... an experience not to forget in this life. And besides, 1 act in 1 cd. What else can you ask for?

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