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WAGNER, R.: Tannhauser (M. Janowski)

WAGNER, R.: Tannhauser (M. Janowski)

The Classical Shop
release date: February 2013

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File
Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra


Janowski, Marek


Albert Dohmen

Soloist

Wilhelm Schwinghammer

Soloist

Nina Stemme

Soloist

Marek Janowski

Soloist

Christian Gerhaher

Soloist

Marina Prudenskaja

Soloist

Bettina Pieck

Soloist

Bianca Reim

Soloist

Isabelle Vosskuhler

Soloist

Michael McCown

Soloist

Peter Sonn

Soloist

Roksolana Chraniuk

Soloist

Martin Snell

Soloist

Robert Dean Smith

Soloist

Berlin Radio Choir



Venue:

Berlin Philharmonie, Berlin, Germany



Record Label
PentaTone

Genre:

Opera


Classical

Total Time - 170:27
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WAGNER, R.: Tannhauser (M. Janowski)

     
 

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Tannhauser

 
1 Overture - Act I Scene 1: Naht euch dem Strande (Chorus) 17:59
 Bettina Pieck Soloist
2 Act I Scene 2: Geliebter, sag, wo weilt dein Sinn? (Venus, Tannhauser) 3:53
 Marek Janowski Soloist
3 Act I Scene 2: Dir tone Lob! (Tannhauser, Venus) 5:27
 Isabelle Vosskuhler Soloist
4 Act I Scene 2: Geliebter, komm! (Venus, Chorus) 3:05
 Bettina Pieck Soloist
5 Act I Scene 2: Stets soll nur dir, nur dir mein Lied ertonen (Tannhauser) 1:42
 Michael McCown Soloist
6 Act I Scene 2: Zieh hin, Wahnsinniger (Venus, Tannhauser) 3:17
 Marina Prudenskaja Soloist
7 Act I Scene 3: Frau Holda kam aus dem Berg hervor (Hirt) 5:22
 Marina Prudenskaja Soloist
8 Act I Scene 3: Zu dir wall' ich, mein Jesus Christ (Chorus, Hirt, Tannhauser) 3:22
 Christian Gerhaher Soloist
9 Act I Scene 4: Wer ist der dort im brunstigen Gebete? (Landgraf, Walther, Biterolf, Wolfram, Heinrich, Reinmar, Tannhauser) 4:50
 Isabelle Vosskuhler Soloist
10 Act I Scene 4: Als du in kuhnem Sange uns bestrittest (Wolfram, Walther, Heinrich, Biterolf, Reinmar, Landgraf, Tannhauser) 6:05
 Albert Dohmen Soloist
     
     


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1 Act II Scene 1: Dich, teure Halle (Elisabeth) 4:48
 Marina Prudenskaja Soloist
2 Act II Scene 2: Dort ist sie; nahe dich ihr ungestort! (Wolfram, Tannhauser, Elisabeth) 6:57
 Peter Sonn Soloist
3 Act II Scene 2: Den Gott der Liebe sollst du preisen (Tannhauser, Elisabeth, Wolfram) 3:40
 Christian Gerhaher Soloist
4 Act II Scene 3: Dich treff 'ich hier in dieser Halle (Landgraf, Elisabeth) 3:50
 Marina Prudenskaja Soloist
5 Act II Scene 4: Freudig begrussen wir die edle Halle (Chorus) 7:17
 Wilhelm Schwinghammer Soloist
6 Act II Scene 4: Gar viel und schon ward hier in dieser Halle (Landgraf) 5:25
 Roksolana Chraniuk Soloist
7 Act II Scene 4: Blick' ich umher in diesem edlen Kreise (Wolfram, Chorus) 5:13
 Marina Prudenskaja Soloist
8 Act II Scene 4: Auch ich darf mich so glucklich nennen (Tannhauser, Walther, Chorus) 3:26
 Robert Dean Smith Soloist
9 Act II Scene 4: O Walther, der du also sangest (Tannhauser, Biterolf, Chorus, Landgraf, Wolfram) 4:32
 Peter Sonn Soloist
10 Act II Scene 4: Dir, Gottin der Liebe, soll mein Lied ertonen (Tannhauser, Walther, Heinrich, Wolfram, Biterolf, Reinmar, Landgraf, Chorus, Edelknaben, Elisabeth) 1:36
 Wilhelm Schwinghammer Soloist
11 Act II Scene 4: Was hor' ich? (Walther, Biterolf, Reinmar, Heinrich, Wolfram, Landgraf, Chorus, Elisabeth) 2:07
 Marek Janowski Soloist
12 Act II Scene 4: Der Unglucksel'ge (Elisabeth) 3:17
 Marek Janowski Soloist
13 Act II Scene 4: Weh! Weh mir Unglucksel'gem! (Tannhauser, Walther, Heinrich, Wolfram, Biterolf, Reinmar, Landgraf, Chorus) 5:27
 Wilhelm Schwinghammer Soloist
14 Act II Scene 4: Ein furchtbares Verbrechen ward begangen (Landgraf) 2:08
 Michael McCown Soloist
15 Act II Scene 4: Versammelt sind aus meinen Landen (Landgraf, Walther, Heinrich, Wolfram, Biterolf, Reinmar, Chorus) 5:23
 Martin Snell Soloist
     
     


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1 Act III: Prelude 7:20
 Marina Prudenskaja Soloist
2 Act III Scene 1: Wohl wusst' ich hier sie im Gebet (Wolfram, Elisabeth) 3:12
 Wilhelm Schwinghammer Soloist
3 Act III Scene 1: Begluckt darf nun dich, o Heimat (Chorus, Elisabeth) 4:30
 Martin Snell Soloist
4 Act III Scene 1: Allmacht'ge Jungfrau, hor mein Flehen! (Elisabeth, Wolfram) 9:13
 Robert Dean Smith Soloist
5 Act III Scene 2: Wie Todesahnung (Wolfram) 1:53
 Marek Janowski Soloist
6 Act III Scene 2: O du, mein holder Abendstern (Wolfram) 2:57
 Wilhelm Schwinghammer Soloist
7 Act III Scene 3: Ich horte Harfenschlag (Tannhauser, Wolfram) 4:16
 Marek Janowski Soloist
8 Act III Scene 3: Hor an! Inbrunst im Herzen (Tannhauser) 3:13
 Christian Gerhaher Soloist
9 Act III Scene 3: Nach Rom gelangt' ich so zur heil'gen Stelle (Tannhauser) 3:49
 Bianca Reim Soloist
10 Act III Scene 3: Da sank ich in Vernichtung dumpf darnieder (Tannhauser, Wolfram) 3:37
 Robert Dean Smith Soloist
11 Act III Scene 3: Willkommen, ungetreuer Mann! (Venus, Tannhauser, Wolfram, Chorus) 3:50
 Nina Stemme Soloist
12 Act III Scene 3: Heil! Heil! Der Gnade Wunder Heil! (Chorus, Walther, Heinrich, Wolfram, Biterolf, Reinmar, Landgraf) 2:29
 Peter Sonn Soloist
 Janowski, Marek


To celebrate its 10th anniversary PentaTone has decided to embark on a unique project: Recording the 10 major Wagner operas with the same forces. Never before a record company has recorded all Wagner opera’s with the same Orchestra, Choir and conductor.
 
This project became possible since the Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester Berlin had decided to program all the Wagner opera’s in three seasons in concert performances. Marek Janowski the Music Director of the Orchestra (who a.o. recorded the first digital Ring cycle in Dresden) felt that in Berlin with its 3 opera houses too much attention went to the mis en scene and wanted to enable the audiences of his orchestra to listen to the music Wagner has composed without being detracted by the way stage directors and set designers influence the Wagner experience and detract from the music. For the full story we refer to the (video) interview with Marek Janowski which was done by the magazine "Gramophone" which will soon be posted on the Gramophone website. A short version of the interview will be published by "Gramophone" in the print version of the awards issue of the magazine (street date: 7 October 2011).
 
Partners in the project are Deutschland Radio and the Rundfunk Chor Berlin.
 
Each opera will only be performed once. Concerts take place in the Philharmonie in Berlin, one of the "homes" of the orchestra (the other one is the Konzerthaus in former East Berlin). The decision to do the concerts in the prestigious Philharmonie, -which was best suited for the mega forces needed for the Wagner operas- immediate triggered a lot of logistical problems since most of the year the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra is giving its performances in this venue. Not just 10 free nights were needed spread over 3 seasons, but also at least three days prior to each concert for rehearsals. Only after all the free "slots" had been found the selection of (top) singers could start.
 
PentaTone’s recording partner Polyhymnia International will record all concerts plus the rehearsals.

                           **** - Excellent

Giorgio Rampone - Musica magazine (Italy) - November 2013


 "...I give this recording a high recooendation. You really need to hear the wonders the conductor does with the music here!"

Lynn René Bayley - Fanfare - September/October 2013


                              ****    Excellent album

Pierre Flinois - Classica magazine - May 2013


                              Music ***½ (Good/Very Good)          Sound **** (Very Good)

Gerhard Persché - Fono Forum magazine - May 2013


                           Performance  ****       Recording ****

"... All told i would say that this is the best recording since that made in Bayreuth in 1962."

Michael Tanner - BBC Music magazine - May 2013




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