Wagner: Tristan und Isolde

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  • Release Date: 7/15/2003
  • Label: Naxos
  • UPC: 636943120026
  • Catalog Number: 8110200-02


Disc 1
  1. 1–29 Tristan und Isolde, opera, WWV 90 - Richard Wagner & Richard Wagner (200:16)
    Composed byRichard Wagner
    Conducted byLeo Blech, Albert Coates, Karl Elmendorff, Lawrence Collingswood
    Performed byIvar Andrésen, Rudolf Bockelmann, Bayreuther Festspiele Orchester & Chorus, Berlin State Opera Orchestra, Leo Blech, Albert Coates, Karl Elmendorff, Genia Guszalewicz, Anny Helm, Nanny Larsen-Todsen, Gota Ljungberg, London Symphony Orchestra, Bayreuther Festspiele Orchester, Joachim Sattler, Walter Widdop, Howard Fry, Gunnar Graarud, Marcel Noe, Gustav Rodin, Hans Beer, Lawrence Collingswood, Kennedy McKenna, Charles Victor
    1. 1Act 1. Prelude
    2. 2Act 1. Scenes 1 and 2. Westwärts schweift der Blick (Abridged from end of the sailor's second song
    3. 3Act 1. Scene 3. Weh'! Ach wehe! Dies zu dulden!
    4. 4Act 1. Scene 4 (beginning abridged). Begehrt, Herrin, was ihr wünscht
    5. 5Act 1. Scene 4. War Morold dir so wert
    6. 6Act 1. Scene 5. Tristan! Isolde! Treuloser Holder!
    7. 7Act 2. Prelude
    8. 8Act 2. Scene 1. Hörst du sie noch? (abridged)
    9. 9Act 2. Scene 2. Isolde! Geliebte! Tristan! Geliebter!
    10. 10Act 2. Scene 2. O sink' hernieder, Nacht der Liebe
    11. 11Act 2. Scene 2. Einsam wachend in der Nacht
    12. 12Act 2. Scene 2. Lausch', Geliebter!
    13. 13Act 2. Scene 2. Doch unsere Liebe, heißt sie nicht / Tristan und Isolde? (abridged)
    14. 14Act 2. Scene 3. Der öde Tag zum letzten Mal!
    15. 15Act 2. Scene 3. O König, das kann ich dir nicht sagen
    16. 16Act 3 (Excerpts). Prelude and Shepherd's pipe solo
    17. 17Act 3 (excerpts). Scene 1. Kurwenal! He! Sag' Kurwenal!
    18. 18Act 3 (Excerpts). Scene 1. Das Schiff! Siehst du' s noch nicht?
    19. 19Act 3 (Excerpts). Scene 2. So bange Tage
    20. 20Act 3 (Excerpts). Scene 3. Tod denn alles
    21. 21Act 3 (excerpts). Scene 3. Mild und leise, wie er lächelt
    22. 22Act 3 (Excerpts). Prelude (Shepherd's pipe solo not recorded)
    23. 23Act 3 (Excerpts). Scene 1. Kurwenal! He! Sag' Kurwenal!
    24. 24Act 3 (Excerpts). Scene 1. Hei nun! Wie du kam' st?
    25. 25Act 3 (Excerpts). Scene 1. Bist du nun tot?
    26. 26Act 3 (Excerpts). Scene 2. O diese Sonne! Ha, dieser Tag!
    27. 27Act 3 (Excerpts). Scene 2. Ha! Ich bin' s, ich bin' s, süßester Freund!
    28. 28Act 3 (Excerpts). Scene 3. Kurwenal! Hör'! Ein zweites Schiff!
    29. 29Act 3 (Excerpts). Scene 3. Mild und leise, wie er lächelt
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Disc 3
  1. 1 The Motifs and Their Function in [Tristan und Isolde] Explained and Illustrated - Ernest Newman & Ernest Newman (8:27)
    Composed byErnest Newman
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