Ljuba Welitsch, Fritz Reiner, Max Rudolf, Orchestra Of The Metropolitan Opera Association - Final Scene From Salome And Other Opera Favorites album
Complete your Ljuba Welitsch, Fritz Reiner, Max Rudolf, Orchestra Of The Metropolitan Opera Association collection. Mozart, Fritz Reiner. Don And Aria "Or Sai, Chi L'Onore". Don And Aria "Non Mi Dir". Puccini, Richard Tucker (2), Max Rudolf.
By Franz Lehár - Ljuba Welitsch, Rudolf Moralt & Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera. La Bohème: Quando m´en vo. By Giacomo Puccini. About Ljuba Welitsch. While her career was relatively short, Welitsch was a legend in her own time, with a strikingly beautiful stage presence (and a figure she was never hesitant to show off to its best advantage onstage) and a powerfully-focused, though not huge, voice. For many, her Salome has never been vocally or dramatically surpassed. Her Metropolitan Opera debut was in 1949, also as Salome. This was also conductor Fritz Reiner's Met debut. As early as 1953, her voice was showing pronounced signs of wear, though her total artistry was still commanding, and she began to appear in smaller roles, including comic character parts.
Salome, Op. 54, is an opera in one act by Richard Strauss. Strauss dedicated the opera to his friend Sir Edgar Speyer. The opera is famous (at the time of its premiere, infamous) for its "Dance of the Seven Veils". The final scene is frequently heard as a concert-piece for dramatic sopranos.
Fritz Reiner, Metropolitan Opera Association Orchestra, Рихард Штраус - Salome: Final Scene 16:37. Album: Ljuba Welitsch Legendary Performances. Fritz Reiner, Ljuba Welitsch, Max Rudolf, Orchestra Of The Metropolitan Opera Association: best 2 tracks. Fritz Reiner, Rca Victor Orchestra, The Robert Shaw Chorale, Жорж Бизе - Act III: Quant au douanier, c'est notre affaire Bizet: Carmen, 1951 03:01. Fritz Reiner, Wiener Philharmoniker, Антонин Дворжак - Slavonic Dances, Op. 72: Dance No. 2 in E Minor 100 Classical Tracks for Relaxing, 2014 07:05. Artist: Ljuba Welitsch Fritz Reiner Max Rudolf.
Джакомо Пуччини, Ljuba Welitsch, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Metropolitan Opera Chorus, Max Rudolf, The Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra - Don Giovanni, Act II: Deh! Vieni Alla Finestra 02:50 Heart Of The Opera. Вольфганг Амадей Моцарт, Max Rudolf, Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera House, Luben Vichegonov, Luben Vichegonov, Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera House, Max Rudolf - Don Giovanni, K. 527, Act II, Scene 27: "Don Giovanni, a cenar teco" (Commendatore, Don Giovanni, Leporello) 06:55 Mozart: Don Giovanni.
Lyuba Welitsch (Veličkova; Bulgarian: Люба Величкова 10 July 1913 – 31 August 1996) was an operatic soprano. She was born in Borisovo, Bulgaria, studied in Sofia and Vienna, and sang in opera houses in Austria and Germany in the late 1930s and early and mid-1940s. In 1946 she became an Austrian citizen. Welitsch became best known in the title role of Richard Strauss's Salome, in which she was coached by the composer
Internationaler ljuba welitsch gesangswettbewerb - wien. Berlin Italian OPERA Company. Alexandra Aidonopoulou - contralto.
Fritz Reiner conducts the Final Scene from Richard. Rimsky-Korsakoff Scheherazade Reiner, Chicago Symphony. Chicago Symphony Orchestra Excerpt. He also conducted and made a recording of the famous 1952 Metropolitan Opera production of Bizet's Carmen, starring Rise Stevens. The production was telecast on closed circuit television that year. At the time of his death he was preparing the Met's new production of Wagner’s Götterdämmerung. When he became music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1953 he had an international reputation. By common consent, the ten years that he spent in Chicago mark the pinnacle of his career, and are best-remembered today through the many recordings he made in Chicago's Orchestra Hall for RCA Victor from 1954 to 1963.
|A1||–R. Strauss*, Fritz Reiner||"Salome"-Final Scene|
|A2||–Mozart*, Fritz Reiner||"Don Giovanni"-Recitative And Aria "Or Sai, Chi L'Onore"|
|A3||–Mozart*, Fritz Reiner||"Don Giovanni"-Recitative And Aria "Non Mi Dir"|
|B1||–Puccini*, Richard Tucker , Max Rudolf||"Tosca"-Love Duet (Act I)|
|B2||–Puccini*, Max Rudolf||"Tosca"-Vissi D'Arte (Act II)|
|B3||–J. Strauss*, Max Rudolf||"Die Fledermaus"-"Czardas"|
|B4||–J. Strauss*, Max Rudolf||"Der Zigeunerbaron"- "Habet Acht" (Gypsy Song)|
NotesElectronically re-channeled for stereo. A Legendary Performances release. Cover quote, "Miss Welitsch's singing is simply glorious; her handling of the text an extraordinary experience.... Mr. Reiner's interpretation of this music is as sensational on these records as it was in the opera house." The American Record Guide (Review of "Salome").
|32 16 0078||Ljuba Welitsch, Fritz Reiner, Max Rudolf, Orchestra Of The Metropolitan Opera Association*||Ljuba Welitsch, Fritz Reiner, Max Rudolf, Orchestra Of The Metropolitan Opera Association* - Final Scene From Salome And Other Opera Favorites (LP, Comp)||Columbia Odyssey||32 16 0078||US||Unknown|
|32 16 0077||Ljuba Welitsch, Fritz Reiner, Max Rudolf||Ljuba Welitsch, Fritz Reiner, Max Rudolf - Final Scene From Salome And Other Opera Favorites (LP, Comp, Mono)||Columbia Odyssey||32 16 0077||US||Unknown|
|61088||Ljuba Welitsch, Fritz Reiner, Max Rudolf||Ljuba Welitsch, Fritz Reiner, Max Rudolf - Final Scene From Salome And Arias By Mozart, Puccini And Johann Strauss (LP, Comp, Mono)||CBS Classics||61088||UK & US||1969|