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The Bayreuth Ring 1988

Synopsis

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Wagner's
Der Ring des Nibelungen in a new production by HARRY KUPFER Siegfried
Introduced by Patrick Carnegy
BAYREUTH FESTIVAL ORCHESTRA conducted by DANIEL BARENBOIM
Act j
2.50* A Lost Paradise?
Patrick Carnegy talks with Graham Clark and Siegfried
Jerusalem about their roles of Mime and Siegfried and reflects on diametrically opposite views of how Wagner's evocations of nature should be staged.
3.10* Act 2
4.30* The Dramaturgy of Fragments
Is the Ring a single or four separate works? Harry Kupfer and Matthias Vogt discuss this in the light of the Bayreuth production, with readings from CARL DAHLHAUS and PIERRE BOULEZ Readers EDWARD DE SOUZA,
PETER WOODTHORPE. CLAUDE LE SACHE
4.45* Act 3
(Given on 30 July in the Festspielhaus, Bayreuth)

Contributors

Production By: Harry Kupfer
Introduced By: Patrick Carnegy
Conducted By: Daniel Barenboim
Talks: Patrick Carnegy
Unknown: Graham Clark
Unknown: Harry Kupfer
Unknown: Matthias Vogt
Unknown: Carl Dahlhaus
Readers: Pierre Boulez
Unknown: Peter Woodthorpe.
Unknown: Claude Le Sache
Siegfried: Siegfried Jerusalem (tenor)
Mime: Graham Clark (tenor)
The Wanderer: Franz Mazura (baritone)
Alberich: Gunter von Kannen (bass)
Fafner: Phllip Kang (bass)
Erda: Anne Gjevang (mezzo-Soprano)
Brünnhilde: Deborah Polaski (soprano)
Woodbird: Hilde Leidland (soprano)






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