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    I have to play Strauss' Love Scene from Feuersnot. Any ideas for a recording to listen to?
    This isn't one that rolls up too often and I can hardly consider myself familiar with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Couac Addict View Post
    I have to play Strauss' Love Scene from Feuersnot.
    Have you got the custome already?

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    There's only one studio recording of Strauss's second opera , and it's excellent. I don't recall
    the label , but the conductor is Heinz Fricke , formerly of the Washington national opera with the Munich radio
    orchestra (not the same as the Bavarian RSO, amd the leading singers include Julia Varady and Bernd
    Weikl .
    I haven't heard the live recording from the Bavarian State opera conducted by Rudolf Kempe,
    but of course it couldn't have the excellent digital sound of the other one . I like this opera very much,
    and it should be better known. Just a few weeks ago, Leon Botstein and the American symphony
    gave a concert performance in New York .

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    Quote Originally Posted by superhorn View Post
    There's only one studio recording of Strauss's second opera , and it's excellent. I don't recall
    the label , but the conductor is Heinz Fricke , formerly of the Washington national opera with the Munich radio
    orchestra (not the same as the Bavarian RSO, amd the leading singers include Julia Varady and Bernd
    Weikl .
    I haven't heard the live recording from the Bavarian State opera conducted by Rudolf Kempe,
    but of course it couldn't have the excellent digital sound of the other one . I like this opera very much,
    and it should be better known. Just a few weeks ago, Leon Botstein and the American symphony
    gave a concert performance in New York .
    Thanks. I'll check it out today.
    Maybe it's in vogue again. Anyway, we're doing it at the end of the week so move over Botstein

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