Browse: Wagner - Träume (No. 5 from Wesendonck-Lieder)
This page lists all recordings of Träume (No. 5 from Wesendonck-Lieder) by Richard Wagner (1813-83).
Christa Ludwig (mezzo), Mikhail Rudy (piano), Jessye Norman (soprano), Irwin Gage (piano), Thomas Hampson (baritone), Geoffrey Parsons (piano)
Dresdner Philharmonie, Philadelphia Orchestra, Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, London Symphony Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, Michel...
The plums...are two classic accounts of the Wesendonck-Lieder: in Felix Mottl’s orchestration by the incomparable Christa Ludwig and Otto Klemperer; and in the original piano version by a radiant... — More…
Helga Dernesch (Sieglinde), William Cochran (Siegmund), Hans Sotin (Hunding), Norman Bailey (baritone), Christa Ludwig (mezzo-soprano)
Philharmonia Orchestra, New Philharmonia Orchestra (Walküre extracts), Otto Klemperer
this set proved to be a most enjoyable listening experience, both in the recordings which I remembered from their original LP issues and those I had not previously encountered. The re-mastering... — More…
Lotte Lehmann (soprano), Ernö Balogh (piano), Paul Ulanowsky (piano), Bruno Walter (narrator), Bruno Walter (piano), Lotte Lehmann (reader), Lotte Lehmann (narrator)
NBC Symphony Orchestra, NBC Symphony Chorus, RCA Victor Chamber Orchestra, Frank Black, Nathaniel Shilkret, Richard Lert
Christa Ludwig (mezzo), Gerald Moore (piano), Geoffrey Parsons (piano), Geoffrey Parsons (piano) & Herbert Downes (viola), Recorded: 16-21, 23-27 September 1963 & 7 April 1964, Kingsway Hall, London, Teresa Stich-Randall, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Eberhard Wächter
Philharmonia Chorus &...
Her voice took naturally to the microphone, so this four-disc set is another source of infinite musical pleasure to be snapped up quickly before it disappears. — More…
Sandor Konya (tenor), Giorgio Giogetti (baritone), Emma Bruno (soprano) & Otto Guth (piano)
Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, Bamberger Symphoniker & Berliner Philharmoniker, Antonino Votto, Janos Kulka & Richard Kraus
Konya has a fine voice, a very beautiful, firm, pure tenor [in the Wagner songs] … The voice also sounds well in the seven Verdi songs … Konya does have a feeling for line, for joining note to... — More…