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Wagner: Highlights from "The Ring"

Zubin Mehta

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Zubin Mehta

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1
Das Rheingold, Scene 4: Entry of the Gods into Valhalla (Instrumental)
00:06:35

Richard Wagner, Composer - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Zubin Mehta, Performer - David Mottley, Producer - New York Philharmonic, Performer

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment

2
Die Walküre, WWV 86B: Ride of the Valkyries (Instrumental)
00:05:30

Richard Wagner, Composer - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Zubin Mehta, Performer - David Mottley, Producer - New York Philharmonic, Performer

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment

3
Magic Fire Music from Die Walküre (Voice)
00:07:48

Richard Wagner, Composer - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Zubin Mehta, Performer - David Mottley, Producer - Peter Wimberger, Bass-Baritone - New York Philharmonic, Performer

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment

4
Forest Murmurs from Siegfried (Instrumental)
00:07:01

Richard Wagner, Composer - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Zubin Mehta, Performer - David Mottley, Producer - New York Philharmonic, Performer

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment

5
Dawn and Siegfried's Rhine Journey from Götterdämmerung (Instrumental)
00:12:44

Richard Wagner, Composer - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Zubin Mehta, Performer - David Mottley, Producer - New York Philharmonic, Performer

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment

6
Siegfried's Funeral Music from Götterdämmerung (Instrumental)
00:12:29

Richard Wagner, Composer - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Zubin Mehta, Performer - David Mottley, Producer - New York Philharmonic, Performer

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment

7
Brünnhilde's Immolation Scene from Götterdämmerung (Voice)
00:19:56

Richard Wagner, Composer - Zubin Mehta, Conductor - Zubin Mehta, Performer - David Mottley, Producer - Montserrat Caballé, Soprano - New York Philharmonic, Performer

(P) 1983 Sony Music Entertainment

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