STRAUSS Salome / Nilsson

RICHARD STRAUSS

Salome
Birgit Nilsson · Gerhard Stolze
Grace Hoffman · Eberhard Wächter
Wiener Philharmoniker
Georg Solti
Int. Release 07 Jul. 2017
2 CDs + 1 Blu-ray Audio
0289 483 1498 0


Lista de temas

CD 1: Strauss: Salome

Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949)
Salome, Op.54, TrV 215

Scene 1

Josephine Veasey, Waldemar Kmentt, Zenon Kosnowski, Heinz Holecek, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Josephine Veasey, Eberhard Wächter, Waldemar Kmentt, Zenon Kosnowski, Theodor Kirschbichler, Heinz Holecek, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Scene 2

Birgit Nilsson, Josephine Veasey, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wächter, Liselotte Maickl, Waldemar Kmentt, Zenon Kosnowski, Heinz Holecek, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wächter, Josephine Veasey, Waldemar Kmentt, Zenon Kosnowski, Heinz Holecek, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Waldemar Kmentt, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Scene 3

Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wächter, Waldemar Kmentt, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wächter, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Scene 4

Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Zenon Kosnowski, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Paul Kuentz, Aron Gestner, Kurt Equiluz, Stefan Schwer, Eberhard Wächter, Tom Krause, Max Proebstl, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Gerhard Stolze, Eberhard Wächter, Paul Kuentz, Nigel Douglas, Tom Krause, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Eberhard Wächter, Gerhard Stolze, Paul Kuentz, Nigel Douglas, Tom Krause, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Tiempo total de reproducción 53:48

CD 2: Strauss: Salome

Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949)
Salome, Op.54, TrV 215

Scene 4

Grace Hoffman, Eberhard Wächter, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wächter, Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Gerhard Stolze, Paul Kuentz, Stefan Schwer, Kurt Equiluz, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Tiempo total de reproducción 45:31

BR 3: Strauss: Salome

Richard Strauss (1864 - 1949)
Salome, Op.54, TrV 215

Scene 1

Josephine Veasey, Waldemar Kmentt, Zenon Kosnowski, Heinz Holecek, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Josephine Veasey, Eberhard Wächter, Waldemar Kmentt, Zenon Kosnowski, Theodor Kirschbichler, Heinz Holecek, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Scene 2

Birgit Nilsson, Josephine Veasey, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wächter, Liselotte Maickl, Waldemar Kmentt, Zenon Kosnowski, Heinz Holecek, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wächter, Josephine Veasey, Waldemar Kmentt, Zenon Kosnowski, Heinz Holecek, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Waldemar Kmentt, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Scene 3

Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wächter, Waldemar Kmentt, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wächter, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Scene 4

Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Zenon Kosnowski, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Paul Kuentz, Aron Gestner, Kurt Equiluz, Stefan Schwer, Eberhard Wächter, Tom Krause, Max Proebstl, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Gerhard Stolze, Eberhard Wächter, Paul Kuentz, Nigel Douglas, Tom Krause, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Eberhard Wächter, Gerhard Stolze, Paul Kuentz, Nigel Douglas, Tom Krause, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Eberhard Wächter, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Eberhard Wächter, Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Gerhard Stolze, Paul Kuentz, Stefan Schwer, Kurt Equiluz, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Grace Hoffman, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Birgit Nilsson, Gerhard Stolze, Wiener Philharmoniker, Georg Solti

Tiempo total de reproducción 1:39:23

This famous set is one of those that can be said with some justice to be a 'Classic of the Gramophone'. It is famous not only for the calibre of the cast and the quality of the performance but also for the daring of John Culshaw's audio production . . . [the performance]: In a word, it is magnificent . . . [Solti]: This is a score that suits him down to the ground. At times, he conducts like a man possessed, generating considerable electricity. However, this isn't just a frenetic performance: far from it. There are many subtleties and nuances in the score and the fact that these come through is just as much a tribute to Solti as to the Decca recording technicians. On many occasions, the VPO delivers quite staggering power but the vast orchestra (115-strong) also plays with great refinement whenever Strauss demands it. Strauss's mastery of the modern orchestra arguably reached its zenith in this score and the amazingly imaginative orchestral writing is stunningly realised by the VPO. Solti's direction is electrifying; there's great tension in the air from the first downbeat and he never allows that tension to dissipate. Of course, it helps that Solti has a terrific cast at his disposal as well as the potent resource of the VPO. There really isn't a weak link in the cast. All the subsidiary parts are well taken . . . this 1961 "Salome" does still have the capacity to thrill . . .

. . . the conductor's account of Salome's "Dance" is surely one of the most viscerally exciting on record . . . [Nilsson] sings impressively . . . [Gerhard Stolze] stands out in the supporting cast as a brilliantly pointed and vivid Herod . . . with one of the greatest LP-era Wagnerians in the title-role . . . and stunningly vivid playing from the Vienna Philharmonic under Solti . . . [a] landmark recording . . .