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Richard Wagner – The Complete Operas (43 CD box set, FLAC)

Richard Wagner - The Complete Operas (43 CD box set, FLAC)

Richard Wagner - The Complete Operas (43 CD box set, FLAC)

Composer: Richard Wagner
Orchestra: Bavarian State Opera, Bayreuth Festival, Badische Staatskapelle, Philharmonia Orchestra, Hessischen Rundfunks, Teatro Comunale di Cagliari, Grosses Wiener Rundfunkorchester
Conductor: Clemens Krauss, Robert Heger, Joseph Keilberth, Gunther Neuhold, Wilhelm Furtwangler, Herbert von Karajan, Hans Knappertsbusch, Winifred Zillig, Gabor Otvos
Performer: Herbert Prikopa, Willy Friedrich, Ernst Salzer, Franz Handlos, Anton Dermota, Hilde Zadek, Kurt Equiluz, Hanny Steffek, Gabriele Maria Ronge, Markku Tervo
Artist: Zlatomira Nikolova, Oleg Bryjak, Hans-Jorg Weinschenk, Wolfgang Neumann, Wilja Ernst-Mosuraitis, Mario Muraro, Michael Nowak, Malcolm Smith, Ruth Floeren, Ruxandra Voda
Audio CD
Number of Discs: 43 CD box set
Format: FLAC (image+cue)
Label: Deutsche Grammophon
ASIN: B00980IA3M
Size: 10.2 GB
Recovery: +3%
Scan: yes

vol.01 CD 01-02 Der Fliegende Hollander (The Flying Dutchman) Wwv 63
vol.02 CD 03-05 Tannhauser Wwv 70
vol.03 CD 06-08 Lohengrin Wwv 75
vol.04 CD 09-10 Das Rheingold (The Rhine Gold) Wwv 86a
vol.05 CD 11-14 Die Walkure (The Valkyrie) Wwv 86b
vol.06 CD 15-18 Siegfried Wwv 86c
vol.07 CD 19-22 Die Gotterdammerung (Twilight Of The Gods) Wwv 86d
vol.08 CD 23-26 Tristan Und Isolde Wwv 90
vol.09 CD 27-30 Die Meistersinger Von Nurnberg Wwv 96
vol.10 CD 31-34 Parsifal, Opera, Wwv 111
vol.11 CD 35-38 Rienzi, Der Letzte Der Tribunen Wwv 49
vol.12 CD 39-41 Die Feen Wwv 32
vol.13 CD 42-43 Das Liebesverbot (Or Die Novize Von Palermo) Wwv 38

11 thoughts on “Richard Wagner – The Complete Operas (43 CD box set, FLAC)”

  1. I have to respond here: Both on Amazon reviews and 1 here mentions not good sound on early discs:
    I just listened to the very first Disc, The Flying Dutchman with the Bayrischen opera in Munich with Clemens Krauss, 1944.
    The sound for that year would be fantastic, but most difficult to understand is this:
    After the Munich opera house had been destroyed by Allied bombing, Krauss returned to conduct the Vienna Philharmonic in 1944-45 until it ceased activities shortly before the end of World War II.
    Now perhaps it was recorded before the bombing? It’s hard to find info on this data.

  2. Whatever, thank you for your job. It’s the only chance to get this OPUS MAGNA played by a conductor almost unknown for me: Neuhold. He’s not a new Kna, but his work is honest and the results are very very good.
    Thank you again, Whatever.

  3. Thank you for your post!
    By the way my noble friend whatever, can you upload “Chopin
    -the solo piano works (13CDs)” by Vladimir Ashkenazy someday?
    For me, his Chopin is among the best!
    Thank you.

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