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  1. Shakagis says:
    Elizabeth Grummer, Lisa Otto, Rudolf Schock, Hermann Prey, Gottlob Frick, Carl Maria von Weber Mozart's Così fan Tutte, and Donizetti's L'Eisir D'Amore. Among already available 60 opera releases -- essential sets produced since by EMI Classics and Virgin Classics -- are such all-time great recordings as Maria Callas in her first Tosca /5(23).
  2. Gozragore says:
    10 CD box set that celebrates the centenary of the most popular of German tenors, Rudolf pehurasicatgandmulochanbuckcheckcont.coinfoover this acclaimed Mozart singer on four complete Mozart operas: Die Zauberflöte, Cosi fan tutte, Idomeneo and Die Entführung aus dem pehurasicatgandmulochanbuckcheckcont.coinfo includes the first issue of the Hamburg 'Zauberflöte' première.
  3. Mikakazahn says:
    Mozart’s symphonies, like those by Joseph Haydn, virtually invented the modern orchestra. In earlier generations, composing for a group of instruments together meant writing out the main musical lines and allowing for an accompanying keyboard instrument, usually a harpsichord, to fill in the rest of the harmony – the technique known as ‘figured bass’.
  4. Tygogrel says:
    Rudolf Schock - Mozart Operas The Birthday Edition Rudolf Schock (Idomeneo), Waldemar Kmentt (Idamante), Hildegard Hillebrecht (Ilia), Christel Goltz (Elettra), Eberhard Wächter (Arbace), Kurt Böhme (Gran Sacerdote/La Voce), Annelies Kupper (Fiordiligi), Herta Töpper (Dorabella), Erika Köth (Despina), Rudolf Schock (Ferrando), Horst Günter.
  5. Zulukasa says:
    This item: German Operas: Complete Mozart Edition 16 by VARIOUS ARTISTS Audio CD $ Only 12 left in stock - order soon. Sold by newbury_comics and ships from Amazon Fulfillment.5/5(5).
  6. Samumi says:
    This collection is directed at fans of the late-German tenor, Rudolf Schock. With ten CDs covering four Mozart operas, his appearance in all the recordings is the one uniting feature. Schock was a superstar, certainly in Germany, appearing on recordings (over 3 million), in films and on stage.4/5(3).
  7. Moogushicage says:
    This compilation presents almost 2 «hours of memorable tunes in magnificent arrangements performed with tremendous verve and panache by this incomparable combination. two CD collection, released to coincide with the composer/conductor's 80th birthday.
  8. Mazukasa says:
    The versatility of the German tenor Rudolf Schock () included more than opera and operetta: between and his death in he frequently performed on stage very successful with classical, folk, and religious songs (Händel, Haydn, Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Richard Strauss, Mozart, Wolf a.o.). In the most recent years a lot of songs were puplished (for example, by the 'MEMBRAN.

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