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Fanfare Magazine Review

" The superb recording quality is there again, enabling the pinpoint accuracy of the strings (in particular) to come strongly through. This is a remarkably enjoyable performance, excellently performed and recorded. Most importantly, it seems to be perfectly attuned to Wagner’s world. The speeds are swift, in general, but there is never a feeling of rush, more of a feeling of impetuosity, enabling Wagner’s magnificent score to come to life. Presentation is, as always from this source, exemplary. " (December 2013)

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Die Walküre, WWV 86b Act I 63:44   $
Vorspiel (Prelude) 03:35   $
Wes Herd dies auch sei, hier muss ich rasten 12:19   $
Müd am Herd fand ich den Mann 04:34   $
Friedmund darf ich nicht heissen 09:49   $
Ich weiß ein wildes Geschlecht 05:44   $
Ein Schwert verhieß mir der Vater 06:12   $
Schläfst du, Gast? 00:53   $
Der Männer Sippe saß hier im Saal 05:52   $
Winterstürme wichen dem Wonnemond 02:42   $
Du bist der Lenz 07:41   $
War Wälse dein Vater 00:23   $
Siegmund heiß ich und Siegmund bin ich! 04:00   $
 

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In 2010, the Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra began recording the ten major operatic works of Richard Wagner, all under the baton of Marek Janowski. The operas were recorded live in concert versions, enabling the listener exclusively to concentrate on the music.

The concept behind this critically acclaimed cycle is as disarmingly simple as it is ingenious: to present only what Wagner himself has to say. There is no drama on stage to compete with the flow of the music, and no director to support – or ruin – Wagner’s poetry.

Intelligently performed, brilliantly sung and beautifully recorded, this Walküre is the 8th release in PENTATONE’s unique Wagner Edition.

Richard Wagner - Die Walküre

Category Orchestral

Period Romantic

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