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Tannhäuser (Richard Wagner)

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Tannhäuser: Act II: Dich, teure Halle, gruss' ich wieder, "The Hall Aria"
00:05:38

Dame Gwyneth Jones, soprano (Elisabeth)Acte 1 : "Einsam in trüben Tagen" - Orchestre symphonique de Cologne WDR - Roberto Paternostro, direction

2005 Chandos

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Tannhäuser: Act III: Allmacht'ge Jungfrau, hor mein Flehen!, "Elisabeth's Prayer"
00:06:33

Dame Gwyneth Jones, soprano (Elisabeth) - Orchestre symphonique de Cologne WDR - Roberto Paternostro, direction

2005 Chandos

Lohengrin (Richard Wagner)

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Lohengrin: Lohengrin, Act I: Einsam in truben Tagen, "Elsa's Dream"
00:05:51

Dame Gwyneth Jones, soprano (Elsa) - Orchestre symphonique de Cologne WDR - Roberto Paternostro, direction

2005 Chandos

Tristan und Isolde (Richard Wagner)

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Tristan und Isolde: Act I: Prelude
00:11:11

Orchestre symphonique de Cologne WDR - Roberto Paternostro, direction

2005 Chandos

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Tristan und Isolde: Act III: Mild und leise, "Liebestod"
00:06:50

Dame Gwyneth Jones, soprano (Isolde) - Orchestre symphonique de Cologne WDR - Roberto Paternostro, direction

2005 Chandos

Gotterdammerung (Twilight of the Gods) (Richard Wagner)

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Gotterdammerung (Twilight of the Gods): Gotterdammerung, Act III: Starke Scheite schichtet mir dort, "Immolation Scene"
00:19:52

Dame Gwyneth Jones, soprano (Brünnhilde) - Orchestre symphonique de Cologne WDR - Roberto Paternostro, direction

2005 Chandos

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