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Thread: Recomend a good recording of Entfuhrung Aus Dem Serail

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    Here's a discography:

    http://www.operadis-opera-discograph...CLMOENTF.HTM#1

    I'd be keen to get hold of the 1937 version conducted by Heinrich Steiner, with Karl Erb as Belmonte, but it seems to be unavailable on CD. Anyone heard it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pugg View Post

    My favourite .
    I second this. VPO is amazing.

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    Haven't we done this opera in the most Recommended thread. Can't remember which one won, but the Jochum, with probably the best Belmonte you are ever likely to hear (Wunderlich) is pretty good.

    "It's not enough to have a beautiful voice." Maria Callas

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    Look into the TC recommended recordings thread. We did this opera there a few weeks back.

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    There is an old version conducted by George Szell which I bought in a box with other CDs and which is a terrific performance.

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    I think these threads compliment the top recommended CDs and DVDs thread nicely. After all, there are some well dodgy recordings which have emerged as the most popular recommendations- though the discussions can still be interesting. Most of all, it's useful to have a thread which isn't just about CD and DVD releases, since YouTube has many excellent recordings which have never appeared on CD.

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    I have six versions. The Solti, recommended above, is probably my favourite, as the version I first got to know. It's very seldom staged - I've only seen it live once.
    My other versions are Karl Bohm with Arleen Auger sop, Reri Grist sop, Peter Schreier ten, Hardlad Neukirch ten, Kurt Moll bass
    Colin Davis with Christiane Eda-Pierre sop, Norma Burrowes sop, Stuart Burrows ten, Robert Tear ten, Robert Lloyd bass
    Eugen Jochum with Fritz Wunderlich ten, Erika Koth sop, Lotte Schadle sop, Friedrichy Lenz bar, Kurt Bohme bass
    Christopher Hogwood with Lynne Dawson sop, Uwe Heilmann ten, Marianne Hirsti sop, Gunther von Kannen bass, Wilfred Gahmlich bar
    Josef Krips with Wilma Lipp sop, Emmy Loose sop, Walter Ludwig ten, Peter Klein ten, Endre Koreh bass

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