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Beethoven, L. Van: Fidelio (Baumer, Sauerbaum, Hubner, Pfluger) (1950)

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Beethoven, L. Van: Fidelio (Baumer, Sauerbaum, Hubner, Pfluger) (1950)

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DISC 1

Fidelio, Op. 72 (Ludwig van Beethoven)

1
Overture 00:06:22

Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - TOM BROWN, Engineer - Gerhard Pfluger, Conductor - MDR Sinfonieorchester, Orchestra, MainArtist - David Lennick, Producer

(P) 1950 Naxos Classical Archives

2
Act I 01:05:10

Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - Heinz Sauerbaum, Artist - Ursula Engert, Artist - Gerhard Pfluger, Conductor - Margarete Baumer, Artist - Theodor Horand, Artist, MainArtist - Aloys Kühnert, Artist - Reinhard Kilbel, Artist - Manfred Hübner, Artist - Adolf Savelkouls, Artist - Aloys Tinschert, Artist - MDR Sinfonieorchester, Orchestra - MDR Rundfunkchor, Choir

(P) 1950 Naxos Classical Archives

DISC 2

Fidelio, Op. 72 (Ludwig van Beethoven)

1
Act II 00:46:53

Ludwig van Beethoven, Composer - TOM BROWN, Engineer - Heinz Sauerbaum, Artist - Ursula Engert, Artist - Gerhard Pfluger, Conductor - Margarete Baumer, Artist - Theodor Horand, Artist, MainArtist - Aloys Kühnert, Artist - Reinhard Kilbel, Artist - Manfred Hübner, Artist - Adolf Savelkouls, Artist - Aloys Tinschert, Artist - MDR Sinfonieorchester, Orchestra - MDR Rundfunkchor, Choir - David Lennick, Producer

(P) 1950 Naxos Classical Archives

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