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Strauss: Scenes from Elektra & Salome

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Strauss: Scenes from Elektra & Salome

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Elektra, op. 58 (Richard Strauss)

1
Elektra's Soliloquy - Allein! Weh, ganz allein
00:09:34

John Newton, Re-Mastering Engineer - Richard Strauss, Composer - Chicago Symphony Orchestra, AssociatedPerformer - Hugo Von Hofmannsthal, Librettist - Dirk Sobotka, Mixing Engineer - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Richard Mohr, Producer - Inge Borkh, Soprano - Fritz Reiner, Conductor, MainArtist - Lewis Layton, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss, Reissue Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

2
Recognition Scene - Was willst du, fremder Mensch?
00:21:37

John Newton, Re-Mastering Engineer - Richard Strauss, Composer - Chicago Symphony Orchestra, AssociatedPerformer - Hugo Von Hofmannsthal, Librettist - Dirk Sobotka, Mixing Engineer - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Richard Mohr, Producer - Inge Borkh, Soprano - Fritz Reiner, Conductor, MainArtist - Paul Schoeffler, Baritone - Lewis Layton, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss, Reissue Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

3
Finale - Elektra! Schwester! Komm mit uns!
00:09:42

John Newton, Re-Mastering Engineer - Richard Strauss, Composer - Chicago Symphony Orchestra, AssociatedPerformer - Hugo Von Hofmannsthal, Librettist - Dirk Sobotka, Mixing Engineer - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Richard Mohr, Producer - Inge Borkh, Soprano - Fritz Reiner, Conductor, MainArtist - Lewis Layton, Recording Engineer - Frances Yeend, Soprano - Daniel Guss, Reissue Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer - Chicago Lyric Theatre Chorus, AssociatedPerformer

Originally Recorded 1956. All rights reserved by BMG Music

Salomé, op. 54 (Richard Strauss)

4
Dance of the Seven Veils
00:09:04

John Newton, Re-Mastering Engineer - Richard Strauss, Composer - Chicago Symphony Orchestra, AssociatedPerformer - Dirk Sobotka, Mixing Engineer - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Richard Mohr, Producer - Fritz Reiner, Conductor, MainArtist - Lewis Layton, Recording Engineer - John Pfeiffer, Producer - Daniel Guss, Reissue Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer

Originally Recorded 1954. All rights reserved by BMG Music

5
Final Scene - Ah! Du wolltest mich nicht deinen Mund
00:17:03

John Newton, Re-Mastering Engineer - Richard Strauss, Composer - Chicago Symphony Orchestra, AssociatedPerformer - Dirk Sobotka, Mixing Engineer - Mark Donahue, Mastering Engineer - Richard Mohr, Producer - Inge Borkh, Soprano - Fritz Reiner, Conductor, MainArtist - Lewis Layton, Recording Engineer - Daniel Guss, Reissue Producer - Leslie Chase, Recording Engineer

Originally Recorded 1955. All rights reserved by BMG Music

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