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Wagner: Der fliegende Holländer, WWV 63 (Live)

Bayreuther Festspielorchester, Wolfgang Sawallisch, Josef Greindl, Georg Paskuda, Bayreuther Festspielchor, George London, Res Fischer, Leonie Rysanek, Fritz Uhl

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Der fliegende Holländer, WWV 63  
1.1
Ouvertüre (Live)
Richard Wagner; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
9:40
Der fliegende Holländer, WWV 63, Act I  
1.2
Johohe! Halloho! (Live)
Richard Wagner; Josef Greindl; Georg Paskuda; Bayreuther Festspielchor; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
4:59
1.3
Mit Gewitter und Sturm aus fernem Meer (Live)
Richard Wagner; Georg Paskuda; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
4:34
1.4
Die Frist ist um (Live)
Richard Wagner; George London; Bayreuther Festspielchor; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
10:57
1.5
He! Holla! Steuermann! (Live)
Richard Wagner; Josef Greindl; Georg Paskuda; George London; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
4:05
1.6
Durch Sturm und bösen Wind verschlagen (Live)
Richard Wagner; George London; Josef Greindl; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
10:47
1.7
Südwind! Südwind! (Live)
Richard Wagner; Georg Paskuda; Josef Greindl; George London; Bayreuther Festspielchor; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
2:02
1.8
Mit Gewitter und Sturm aus fernem Meer (Live)
Richard Wagner; Bayreuther Festspielchor; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
2:00
Der fliegende Holländer, WWV 63, Act II  
2.1
Summ und brumm, du gutes Rädchen (Live)
Richard Wagner; Res Fischer; Leonie Rysanek; Bayreuther Festspielchor; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
8:17
2.2
Johohoe! Traft ihr das Schiff im Meere an (Live)
Richard Wagner; Leonie Rysanek; Res Fischer; Bayreuther Festspielchor; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
8:01
2.3
Senta! Senta! Willst du mich verderben? (Live)
Richard Wagner; Fritz Uhl; Res Fischer; Leonie Rysanek; Bayreuther Festspielchor; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
9:43
2.4
Auf hohem Felsen lag ich träumend (Live)
Richard Wagner; Fritz Uhl; Leonie Rysanek; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
4:37
2.5
Mein Kind, du siehst mich auf der Schwelle (Live)
Richard Wagner; Josef Greindl; Leonie Rysanek; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
1:08
2.6
Mögst du, mein Kind, den fremden Mann willkommen heißen (Live)
Richard Wagner; Josef Greindl; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
5:49
2.7
Wie aus der Ferne längst vergang'ner Zeiten (Live)
Richard Wagner; George London; Leonie Rysanek; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
5:34
2.8
Wirst du des Vaters Wahl nicht schelten? (Live)
Richard Wagner; George London; Leonie Rysanek; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
7:43
2.9
Verzeiht! Mein Volk hält draußen sich nicht mehr (Live)
Richard Wagner; Josef Greindl; Leonie Rysanek; George London; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
1:48
Der fliegende Holländer, WWV 63, Act III  
2.10
Steuermann, laß die Wacht! (Live)
Richard Wagner; Georg Paskuda; Bayreuther Festspielchor; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
9:38
2.11
Johohohe, Johohohe! Hoe! Hoe! (Live)
Richard Wagner; Bayreuther Festspielchor; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
3:30
2.12
Was mußt' ich hören (Live)
Richard Wagner; Fritz Uhl; Leonie Rysanek; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
2:16
2.13
Willst jenes Tags du nicht dich mehr entsinnen (Live)
Richard Wagner; Fritz Uhl; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
2:30
2.14
Verloren! Ach! Verloren! (Live)
Richard Wagner; George London; Fritz Uhl; Leonie Rysanek; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
1:36
2.15
Erfahre das Geschick, vor dem ich dich bewahr'! (Live)
Richard Wagner; George London; Fritz Uhl; Leonie Rysanek; Josef Greindl; Res Fischer; Bayreuther Festspielchor; Bayreuther Festspielorchester; Wolfgang Sawallisch
5:25
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    2:06:39
Although Wagner himself made it quite clear to King Ludwig II of Bavaria that the Flying Dutchman was among those works of his deemed fit to be performed in Bayreuth, the “Romantic Opera in three Acts” was not staged there till 1901, as the last of those ten. 1959 was a special year in “New Bayreuth”: by producing the earliest, Wieland Wagner had now presented all ten works under his own direction, in the first “Ring-free” year since the 1951 reopening – an abomination to hard-bitten old-school Wagnerians, for whom only the Ring and Parsifal genuinely belonged on the “green hill” of Bayreuth. There was once again heated discussion over the guiding principles governing the presentation of the festival – as reported, along with much else, in the well-informed and lively booklet-note by Festival public relations officer Peter Emmerich. But Wieland confounded and convinced his critics yet again with a “rediscovery” of his directorial idiom, described by him as “magic realism”. Musical success was achieved on the grand scale by the brilliant exponents of Senta (dubbed by Wagner “the woman of the future”) and the Dutchman – and by the musically modern slim-line conductor, who had made his successful Bayreuth debut not long before in the new production of Tristan. Leonie Rysanek, whose singing gave vivid meaning to all the drama’s emotional aspects, also had the figure for the part – in her own words, she was the “slimmest Senta in the world”. With his powerful voice and darkly glowing male timbre, the inimitably elegant and empathetic George London remains without peer on this recording as elsewhere. Just as convincingly cast in its other roles, the work soon established itself in this second “New Bayreuth” staging even in its spiritual home. We would make a special point of observing that this historic audio document was captured not at the premiere performance, but during a second live recording on August 5, 1959.
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