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Elisabeth Schwarzkopf

Synopsis

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(born 9 December 1915) A recital given by the soprano at the Royal Festival Hall, London, in December 1968, with Geoffrey Parsons (piano). Wolf Was for ein Lied soil dir gesungen werden?
Im Fruhling; Phanomen; Wandl' ich in dem
Morgentau; Kennst du das Land?
Schubert Suleika , 1 and 2; Was bedeutet die
Bewegung; Ach, um deine feuchten Schwingen;
Gretchen am Spinnrade Wolf Wiegenlied im Sommer, Anakreons Grab ; Die Zigeunerin
Strauss Drei Lieder der
Ophelia; Meinem Kinde; Das Rosenband; Ach was Kummer, Qual und
Schmerzen Wolf Sagt , seid Ihr eu, feiner Herr; In dem
Schatten meiner Locken; Ach, im Maien war's; 0 war' dein Haus durchsichtig wie ein Glas; Nein junger Herr; Wir haben beide lange Zeit geschwiegen; Wer rief dich denn
Strauss Muttertanderlei Schubert Seligkeit

Contributors

Piano: Geoffrey Parsons
Unknown: Schubert Suleika
Unknown: Anakreons Grab
Unknown: Schmerzen Wolf Sagt
Unknown: Schubert Seligkeit






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