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Liszt, Richard Wagner and Siegfried Wagner


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A recital given for the Wagner Society at St John's, Smith Square. London, in January 1973 by HANNE-LORE KUHSE (leading dramatic soprano of the Berlin State Opera) with MARTIN ISEPP (piano) Part 1
Liszt Du bist wie eine Blume; Ich liebe dich; Wieder mocht' ich dir begegnen; Wie singt die Lerche so schon; Kling' leise, mein Lied; Jugendgliick Richard Wagner Meine Ruh' ist hin; Dors mon enfant; Mignonne; Tout n'est qu'images fugitives; L'attente; Les adieux de Marie Stuart
10.55* A Family Affair
During the interval Friedelind Wagner sketches the background to this unusual recital and talks in particular about the music of her father.
11.5* Recital: part 2
Siegfried Wagner Schafer und Schaferin; Friihlingsblick; Abend auf dem Meere: Abend am Meer; Weihnacht; Das Marchen vom dicken fetten Pfannekuchen (first performances in this country)
Richard Wagner Schmerzen ; Traume (Wesendonk Lieder)


Piano: Martin Isepp
Unknown: Friedelind Wagner
Unknown: Wagner Schafer
Unknown: Richard Wagner Schmerzen

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Liszt, Richard Wagner and Siegfried Wagner

BBC Radio 3, 1 July 1974 10.15

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