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Classical Collection


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With James Jolly.
Schubert DerLindenbaum; Wasserflut (Winterreise) Peter Schreier (tenor), Andras Schiff (piano)
10.10 Villa Lobos Etudes Nos 4 and 10 Alexander-Sergei Ramirez (guitar)
10.17 Beethoven Fidelio: Act 2, opening Ernst
Haef liger (tenor), Berlin PO, conductor Ferenc Fricsay
10.28 Strauss Salome (excerpt)
Dresden Staatskapelle, conductor Seiji Ozawa
10.38 Saint-Saens Samson et Dalila: Act 3, Scene 1 Jose Carreras (tenor), Choir and Orchestra of Bavarian Radio, conductor Colin Davis
10.49 Bach Cello Suite No I in G, BWV1007 Pierre Fournier
11.08 Beethoven Piano Concerto No4 in G Emil Gilels , Philharmonia Orchestra, conductor Leopold Ludwig
11.42 Walond Voluntary in A minor Jennifer Bate (organ)
UA7 Schubert Aufdem Flusse ; Rückblick (Winterreise) Hermann Prey (baritone), Wolfgang Sawallisch (piano)


Unknown: James Jolly.
Tenor: Peter Schreier
Tenor: Andras Schiff
Guitar: Alexander-Sergei Ramirez
Conductor: Ferenc Fricsay
Conductor: Strauss Salome
Conductor: Seiji Ozawa
Conductor: Saint-Saens Samson
Conductor: Colin Davis
Unknown: Pierre Fournier
Unknown: Emil Gilels
Conductor: Leopold Ludwig
Unknown: Jennifer Bate
Unknown: Schubert Aufdem Flusse
Baritone: Wolfgang Sawallisch
Herod: Walter Raffeiner (tenor)
Herodias: Kerstin Witt (mezzo)
Jochanaan: James Morris (bass)
Salome: Jessye Norman (soprano)

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