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Inge Borkh|Richard Strauss : Elektra (1953), Volume 1

Richard Strauss : Elektra (1953), Volume 1

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Richard Strauss : Elektra (1953), Volume 1

Inge Borkh

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1
Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Wo bleibt Elektra?"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:06:49

Ferdinand Frantz, MainArtist - Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir - Betina Bruckner, MainArtist

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Allein! Weh, ganz allein"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:10:08

Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Inge Borkh, MainArtist - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Elektra! ... Ah, das Gesicht"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:02:36

Annelies Kupper, MainArtist - Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Inge Borkh, MainArtist - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Ich kann nicht sitzen"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:06:06

Annelies Kupper, MainArtist - Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Was heulst du? Fort! Hinein!"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:03:03

Annelies Kupper, MainArtist - Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Inge Borkh, MainArtist - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Was willst du?"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:04:59

Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Inge Borkh, MainArtist - Margarete Klose, MainArtist - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Ich will nichst hören!"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:05:16

Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Inge Borkh, MainArtist - Margarete Klose, MainArtist - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Ich habe keine guten Nächte"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:06:35

Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Inge Borkh, MainArtist - Margarete Klose, MainArtist - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Wenn das rechte Blutopfer"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:02:39

Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Inge Borkh, MainArtist - Margarete Klose, MainArtist - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Läßt du den Bruder nicht nach Hause"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:02:10

Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Inge Borkh, MainArtist - Margarete Klose, MainArtist - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Was Bluten muß?"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:05:03

Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Inge Borkh, MainArtist - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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Richard Strauss: Elektra, Op. 58 - "Orest! Orest ist tot!"
Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus
00:04:08

Annelies Kupper, MainArtist - Kurt Schröder, Conductor - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra - Inge Borkh, MainArtist - Frankfurt Radio Symphony Chorus, Choir

(C) 2012 Classical Moments (P) 2012 Classical Moments

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