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Elisabeth Schwarzkopf - 1915-2006

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  1. Mojinn says:
    The recording, from (released in ), remains one of the finest things the German-born Austro-British soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf () ever did, and she recorded a mountain of marvelous discs. She and her record-producer husband, Walter Legge, were meticulous about every detail of a song and a recording. Here, it symphonic.fivegallonbucket.netinfo: John J. Puccio.
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  3. Tokazahn says:
    May 01,  · Elisabeth Schwarzkopf ( - ) and Edwin Fischer ( - ) perform Schubert's Gretchen Am Spinnrade (Meine Ruh ist hin), D. Recorded October , at No. 1A Studio, Abbey Road.
  4. Araran says:
    May 10,  · Elisabeth Schwarzkopf. () Soprano (Lyric) Dame Elisabeth Schwarzkopf was one of the greatest opera singers that lived to recording age. She performed her first opera Orfeo ed Euridice at age 13 in Germany. In an ironic turn of luck, her father was censored by the Nazis, resulting in her inability to study medicine.
  5. Kigadal says:
    Dame Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (): an obituary. Try for a moment to imagine the landscape of singing in the twentieth century without the presence of Elisabeth Schwarzkopf. It is almost impossible to do so; such was her impact upon the development of vocal art.
  6. Gokasa says:
    Elisabeth Schwarzkopf | Dame Schwarzkopf () was a Flower Maiden in Wagner's Parsifal, in her opera debut. As Marchallin in Strauss's Rosenkavalier she made history. This book is a homage to one of the greatest singers of the last century.
  7. Gozshura says:
    Oct 11,  · What was it that made Elisabeth Schwarzkopf such a fabulous singer? The answer is supplied by this five-disc set EMI released after her death in With a disc of songs by Schubert, Schumann, and Strauss; a disc of arias by Mozart, Puccini, Author: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf.

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