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Ferdinand Leitner - Richard Wagner: Lohengrin mp3 download

Performer: Ferdinand Leitner
Title: Richard Wagner: Lohengrin
Style: Opera
Size MP3 version: 1285 mb
Size FLAC version: 1661 mb
Size WMA version: 1720 mb
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Ferdinand Leitner - Richard Wagner: Lohengrin mp3 download

Lohengrin is a romantic opera in three acts composed and written by Richard Wagner, first performed in 1850.

Richard Wagner: Lohengrin.

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15 €. Vinyl - 7inch (EP) - original used - VG++/VG++ - DEUTSCHE GRAMOPHON 30468 - ALLEMAGNE - Berliner philharmoniker - eugen Jochum - Württembegisches Staatsorchester Stuttgart - Ferdinand Leitner.

This album has an average beat per minute of 100 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 65/184 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Lohengrin (Orchestra Sinfonica e Coro di Milano della RAI, feat. conductor: Ferdinand Leitner, singers: Dari, Kónya, Pobbe, Protti, Didier). 1. Lohengrin: Act I. Preludio. Recent albums by Richard Wagner. Preludes and Interludes. Coleção Folha Mestres da música clássica, volume 16: Richard Wagner. Siegfried (Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera House, feat. conductor: Erich Leinsdorf, singers: Hopf, Kuen, London, Nilsson). Wagner: Der fliegende Holländer, Dietsch: Le Vaisseau Fantôme. CD - Myto Historical Line Conductor, Primary Artist. Libretto Translation.

By Richard Wagner, Laura Didier, Sandor Konya, Marcella Pobbe, Aldo Protti, Ferdinand Leitner. Lohengrin (Sung in Italian): Act I: Prelude - Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale Della RAI, 8:090:30. 2. Lohengrin (Sung in Italian): Act I: Udite, Conti e Prenci del Brabante! (L'araldo, Enrico, Chorus) - Paolo Dari, Enrico Campi, Coro di Milano della RAI, Orchestra Sinfonica Nazionale Della RAI, 4:250:30. 3. Lohengrin (Sung in Italian): Act I: Grazie, o Signor, che a far giustizia vieni! (Federico, Enrico, L'araldo, Chorus) - Paolo Dari, Enrico Campi, Coro.

Wagner Album for Piano Wagner Album Twenty Pieces for Piano, including Original Piano Compositions and Selected Transcriptions from Richard Wagner's Operas. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat. Wedding March from Lohengrin arranged by Johann Valentin Hamm. Prayer from Lohengrin arranged by Alfred Jaëll (O. 7). Lohengrin's reproof to Elsa from Lohengrin arranged by Salomon Jadassohn. Elsa's Dream from Lohengrin arranged by Franz Liszt. Song to the Evening Star from Tannhäuser arranged by Gustav Lange. Chorus of Pilgrims from Tannhäuser arranged by Fritz Spindler.

By the late nineteenth century, Wagner's Lohengrin had gained almost cult status among the musical elite, after its first performance in Weimar in 1850 with Franz Liszt on the podium. In 1893 the prominent New York music critic Henry T. Finck described it as "the most popular work in the world’s operatic repertory". Lohengrin’s popularity was not particularly embraced by the composer, though. On the contrary, he vented his frustration the year after its premiere, writing, "If I could have everything my way, Lohengrin – the libretto of which I wrote in 1845 – would be long forgotten in favour of new works that prove, even to me, that I have made progress". The barnstorming orchestral Prelude to Act III is a vividly colourful section of the opera, which stands on its own as a classic example of Wagner’s ability to stir and inspire with his thrilling use of every part of the orchestra.


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