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    Quote Originally Posted by sospiro View Post
    Pass
    which label did he record on?

    (sorry - after a day of marking assignments, I couldn't resist a bit of intentional silliness )
    "Time is a great teacher, but unfortunately it kills all its pupils." Berlioz, 1856

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    Ring: Keilberth.

    Tristan: Karajan vs. Furtwangler. Toss a coin

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    I only have an audio recording of this one.



    Barenboim conducting the Berlin Philharmonic with Waltraud Meier and Siegfried Jerusalem (and Johan Botha in the role of Melot).

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentio View Post
    Ring: Keilberth.

    Tristan: Karajan vs. Furtwangler. Toss a coin
    The Ring is over with.
    And one choice only please.
    Is this that tough?
    sheeeeeeeeeesh
    When all else fails, listen to Thick as a Brick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itullian View Post
    And one choice only please.
    Is this that tough?
    Yes, it is very tough . So..... Karajan then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itullian View Post
    The Ring is over with.
    And one choice only please.
    Is this that tough?
    sheeeeeeeeeesh
    You're doing a fantastic job

    Only another 270 operas to vote for ........
    Ann

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    Itullian, now I imagine you as a school teacher.

    Bohm Bayreuth '66 (the only one I have )

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    Quote Originally Posted by sospiro View Post
    You're doing a fantastic job

    Only another 270 operas to vote for ........
    Don't think I'll make it that far.
    When all else fails, listen to Thick as a Brick.

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    For reasons that totally escape me now, I bought a cartridge tape set of the Decca Linda Esther Gray, John Mitchinson, Goodall/WNO Tristan (auf deutsch). I don't think that I have ever played it all the way through, not that I can now as I don't have a working tape player. I have never been able to get into this opera.

    (This doesn't constitute a vote, and if someone wants it...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Becca View Post
    For reasons that totally escape me now, I bought a cartridge tape set of the Decca Linda Esther Gray, John Mitchinson, Goodall/WNO Tristan (auf deutsch). I don't think that I have ever played it all the way through, not that I can now as I don't have a working tape player. I have never been able to get into this opera.

    (This doesn't constitute a vote, and if someone wants it...)
    Have you heard these?:



    Beauty.



    Singing.



    Drama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MAuer View Post
    I only have an audio recording of this one.



    Barenboim conducting the Berlin Philharmonic with Waltraud Meier and Siegfried Jerusalem (and Johan Botha in the role of Melot).
    ^^^This for CD.

    This for DVD:

    Natalie

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    Furtwangler, now and forever.

    Once you've heard his Act 2, no one else's makes sense. Tristan and Isolde sing about the wondrous realm of night. Only Furtwangler knows the way to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woodduck View Post
    Furtwangler, now and forever.

    Once you've heard his Act 2, no one else's makes sense. Tristan and Isolde sing about the wondrous realm of night. Only Furtwangler knows the way to it.
    I agree totally. the reason I voted for Kleiber is because I cant stand act breaks .
    When all else fails, listen to Thick as a Brick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Itullian View Post
    I agree totally. the reason I voted for Kleiber is because I cant stand act breaks .
    .................

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marschallin Blair View Post



    Beauty.
    I have this and I love it... I'd consider it as the best, but after Bernstein...
    Last edited by Il_Penseroso; Mar-06-2015 at 18:30.
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