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A new box of his complete DG recordings on 64 CDs, most of them with Bavarian radio, confirm my impression of an organic style of music-making in which musicians are not just trusted but also... — More…
64 CDs + 2 DVD Videos
Please note: This set weighs around 2.5kg, so we need to charge extra postage for delivery outside of the UK. Please contact us for further details.
Tom Krause (Count), Arlene Saunders (Countess), Heinz Blankenburg (Figaro), Edith Mathis (Susanna), Elisabeth Steiner (Cherubino), Maria Von Ilosvay (Marcellina) & Kurt Marschner (Don Basilio); Philharmonic State Orchestra Hamburg, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt
Peter Schreier (tenor), Eckart Haupt (flute), Berliner Solisten, Edith Mathis (soprano), Walter Heinz Bernstein (organ), Hartmut Friedrich (trombone), Siegfried Lotz (double bass), Uwe-Karl Kraehnke (bassoon), Erika Wustmann (soprano), Gerda Schriever (mezzo-soprano), Siegfried Vogel (bass), Dresdner...
8 CDs + DVD Video
Ingvar Wixell (Count), Claire Watson (Countess), Reri Grist (Susanna), Edith Mathis (Cherubino), Walter Berry (Figaro), David Thaw (Basilio), Zoltan Kelemen (Bartolo) & Margarethe Bence (Marcellina); Wiener Philharmoniker, Karl Böhm, Günther Rennert (director)
Mathis acts well and phrases Voi che sapete to perfection — More…
Edith Mathis, Arlene Saunders, Raymond Wolansky, William Workman, Kurt Marschner, Ursula Boese, Franz Grundheber & Noel Mangin
Members of the Corps de ballet of the Hamburg State Opera
and two children’s choirs, Gian-Carlo Menotti, directed for TV by Joachim Hess, artistic direction...
Menotti's own studio production of his sci-fi children's opera was filmed following its 1968 Hamburg premiere. Mixed film quality scarcely detracts from the stylish visuals and the piece itself... — More…
Edith Mathis (soprano), Christoph Pregardien (tenor), Rene Pape (bass)
Schottisches Kammerorchester, Festivalchor Luzern, Peter Schreier
This enjoyable performance of Haydn's supreme choral masterpiece was recorded at the Lucerne Festival of 1992. It takes place in the appropriate setting of an evocative baroque church, which... — More…
An essay on Gustav Mahler by and with Leonard Bernstein
Janet Baker, Christa Ludwig, Edith Mathis, Lucia Popp & Walton Groenroos
Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra & Wiener Philharmoniker, Leonard Bernstein
Bernstein's 1985 BBC 'essay' THE LITTLE DRUMMER BOY, contends that Mahler's music often sounds Jewish and, less convincingly, that his guilt at abandoning Judaism led to his obsession with death.... — More…