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Act II (Beginning) - Beethoven*, Otto Klemperer - Fidelio (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Beethoven*, Otto Klemperer, Christa Ludwig, Jon Vickers, Gottlob Frick, Walter Berry, Philharmonia Chorus, Philharmonia Orchestra - Fidelio ‎ (2xCD, RM) EMI Classics, /5(5).
  2. Ludwig van Beethoven, Otto Klemperer, Philharmonia Orchestra, Christa Ludwig, Jon Vickers, Gottlob Frick, Chorus London* - Fidelio ‎ (3xLP + Box) EMI 1C /61 X.
  3. Fidelio, Op. 72, Act 2: "Gott! Welch Dunkel hier!" (Florestan) by Christa Ludwig/Jon Vickers/Gottlob Frick/Walter Berry/Franz Crass/Ingeborg Hallstein/Gerhard Unger/Kurt Wehofschitz/Raymond Wolansky/Philharmonia Chorus/Wilhelm Pitz/Philharmonia Orchestra/Otto Klemperer.
  4. Deserving of the HMV ‘Great Recordings of the Century’ appellation, this recording of Beethoven’s Fidelio was made in with the filler, the Leonore No. 3 overture, from a year later. The Philharmonia Chorus and Orchestra was conducted by Otto Klemperer, /5(38).
  5. The performance is superior to the performance, as by Klemperer's performances had become considerably slower. Listening to this performance you can understand why Klemperer is often regarded as one of the great conductors of the 20th Century, and /5(3).
  6. Feb 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - BEETHOVEN, Opera, Fidelio, Highlight, Otto Klemperer, Side 2 YouTube Hector Berlioz: Symphonie fantastique / Otto Klemperer - .
  7. 7. Beethoven - Fidelio (Klemperer) Beethoven's only opera is captured perfectly here by Otto Klemperer, who fights to bring out every nuance of the rich score. Beware, though - you might have to go second hand on this one if you want the CD.
  8. Here is the first night of Otto Klemperer's legendary Fidelio, from the Royal Opera House, to challenge his noted studio set from a year confirms the Achilles' heel of Walter Legge, EMI's leading mogul at the time, in his unwillingness to record live occasions, probably because he liked to have every aspect of a recording under his control.
  9. In Otto Klemperer he found the ideal candidate and their partnership yielded not only the Symphonies and Overtures (some more than once) but also the Missa Solemnis and Fidelio. Beethoven was fated to struggle throughout his life especially with the deafness that he started to notice when in his early thirties, thereby forcing him to look.

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