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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Margot Guilleaume, Lotte Wolf-Matthäus, Helmut Krebs, Fritz Wunderlich, Hans Günter Nöcker, Fritz Neumeyer - 12 Songs And 2 Comic Ensembles flac album

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Margot Guilleaume, Lotte Wolf-Matthäus, Helmut Krebs, Fritz Wunderlich, Hans Günter Nöcker, Fritz Neumeyer - 12 Songs And 2 Comic Ensembles flac album Performer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Title: 12 Songs And 2 Comic Ensembles
Style: Classical
MP3 album: 1833 mb
FLAC album: 1341 mb
Rating: 4.3
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Genre: Classical

by Helmut Krebs & Adolf Hartmann. Mozart: Die Zufriedenheit: Was frag ich viel, . 49 by Helmut Krebs & Adolf Hartmann. Mozart: "Caro mio Druck und Schluck, . pp. 5, . 71 A" by Margot Guilleaume & Lotte Wolf-Matthäus & Helmut Krebs & Fritz Wunderlich & Hans Günter Nöcker & Fritz Neumeyer.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Composer), Eugen Jochum (Conductor), Erika Koth (Performer), Lotte Schadle (Performer), Fritz Wunderlich (Performer), Friedrich Lenz (Performer), Kurt Bohme (Performer), Rolf Boysen (Performer), Orchestra of the Bavarian State Opera (Bayerischen Staatsoper) (Orchestra), Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera (Bayerischen Staatsoper) (Vocals) & 7 more Format: Audio C. Deutsche Grammophon 028945942421; 2 CD's; Fritz Wunderlich is in absolutely stunning voice in this classic recording of Mozart's "Turkish" opera brilliantly led by Eugen Jochum. Kurt Bohme is a lively, rich voiced Osmin, while Erika Koth and Lotte Schadle are a vivacious pair of female leads. Friedrich Lenz makes for an expert, lyrical second tenor!

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Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Margot Guilleaume, Fritz Neumeyer.

Hans Krebs (4 March 1898 – 2 May 1945) was a German Army general of infantry who served during World War II. Krebs was a career soldier, serving in the Reichswehr and the Wehrmacht. He served as the last Chief of Staff of the OKH during the final phase of the war (1 April to 1 May 1945). Krebs tried to open surrender negotiations with the Red Army; he committed suicide in the Führerbunker during the early hours of 2 May 1945.

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (27 January 1756 – 5 December 1791), baptised as Johannes Chrysostomus Wolfgangus Theophilus Mozart, was a prolific and influential composer of the classical era. Born in Salzburg, Mozart showed prodigious ability from his earliest childhood. Already competent on keyboard and violin, he composed from the age of five and performed before European royalty.

4. Nimmersatte Liebe.

Tracklist

A1 Das Veilchen, K. 476 ( = The Violet)
A2 Das Lied Der Trennumg, K. 519 ( = A Song Of Parting)
A3 Als Luise Die Briefe Ihres Ungetreunen Liebhabers Verbrannte, K. 520 ( = When Louise Burned The Letters Of Her Unfaithful Lover)
A4 An Chloe, K. 524 ( = To Chloe)
A5 Abendempfindung, K. 523 ( = Evening Song)
A6 Die Ihr Des Unermesslichen Weltalls, Kantate K. 619 ( = Ye Who The World's Creator)
B1 Warnumg, K. 433 ( = A Warning)
B2 Der Zauberer, K. 472 ( = The Sorcerer)
B3 Die Betrogene Welt, K. 474 ( = The Deluded World)
B4 Die Alte, K. 517 ( = When I Was Young)
B5 Die Verschweigung, K. 518 ( = Damon And Chloe)
B6 Lied Der Freiheit, K. 506 ( = A Song Of Freedom)
B7 Comic Quartet: Caro Mio Druck Und Schluck, K. 571a
B8 Comic Trio: Das Bandel, K. 441 ( = The Ribbon)

Credits

  • Alto Vocals – Lotte Wolf-Matthäus
  • Bass Vocals – Hans Günter Nöcker
  • Composed By – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
  • Fortepiano – Fritz Neumeyer
  • Producer – Dr. Fred Hamel
  • Recorded By – Arne Baudis
  • Soprano Vocals – Margot Guilleaume
  • Tenor Vocals – Fritz Wunderlich, Helmut Krebs

Notes

Recorded 1955 and 1956.