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RECORDS Worthy Memorial (26 November 1966)
 
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  • 253 words
  • article
  • Journals
  • Magazines
Published
  • xna, John Haynes and J.F. Archibald, 1966-11-26
Language
  • English

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Title
  • RECORDS Worthy Memorial (26 November 1966)
Appears In
  • The bulletin., v.88, no.4525, 1966-11-26 (ISSN: 0007-4039)
Other Contributors
  • JOHN CARGHER
Published
  • xna, John Haynes and J.F. Archibald, 1966-11-26
Physical Description
  • 253 words
  • article
  • Journals
  • Magazines
Series
Part Of
  • The bulletin.
  • Vol. 88 No. 4525 (26 Nov 1966)
  • John Ryan Comic Collection (Specific issues).
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  • RECORDS Worthy Memorial Entfuehrung aus dem Serail and Bastien und Bastienne (Mozart); Koeth, Wunderlich, derlich, Boehme, etc. Munich State Opera chorus and orchestra (Jochum) DGG SLPM 139 213/​5. Four Last Songs and five other lieder (Richard Strauss); Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, kopf, Berlin Radio Symphony (Szell) Columbia SAX 5258 THE new “Seraglio” is in my mind the best to date. Individual components ponents may have been excelled in the past; the whole has not. Fritz Wunderlich’s tragic death last September probably made his Belmonte the last complete part he recorded. It is a worthy memorial, though his Tamino was even better. Erika Koeth is an excellent lightweight Konstanze, Kurt Boehme’s wobble is happily absent, and two new singers, Lotte Schaedle and Friedrich Lenz, are pleasant enough as Blonde and Pedrillo. rillo. Eugen Jochum’s conducting is exactly as any Mozart-lover would wish, and the recording quality is fine. The opera has been recorded on fourand-a-quarter and-a-quarter sides, leaving nearly a whole disc for the first stereo, “Bastien und Bastienne,” which was not the first, but the second (!) opera completed pleted by the 12-year-old Mozart. It is a lovely trifle, extremely well performed, formed, but one which could be an unwanted addition to a set which should have been accommodated on two discs. Strauss’ “Four Last Songs,” with full symphonic accompaniments, are almost operatic in feeling, hence their inclusion here. To review the disc is easy. Soloist, orchestra, conductor, recording, ing, and music are perfect. A rare disc not to be missed on any account. JOHN CARGHER
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Language
  • English
Identifier
  • AP7 (LC)

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