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Wagner: The Mastersingers of Nuremberg

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CHAN 3148
 
Multiple Set of 4 CDs
Wagner: The Mastersingers of Nuremberg
Running Time: 292:02
UPC Code: 095115314821

Release Date: July 2008
Originally recorded in 1968
Composer (1813-1883)
Richard Wagner
Solo bass-baritone - Hans Sachs
Norman Bailey
Solo bass - Veit Pogner
Noel Mangin
Solo baritone - Sixtus Beckmesser
Derek Hammond-Stroud
Solo tenor - Walther von Stolzing
Alberto Remedios
Solo tenor - David
Gregory Dempsey
Solo soprano - Eva
Margaret Curphey
Solo mezzo-soprano - Magdalene
Ann Robson
Solo bass - Nightwatchman
Stafford Dean
Choral
Sadler's Wells Chorus
Orchestra
Sadlers Wells Opera Orchestra
Conductor
Reginald Goodall
Venue
Sadler's Wells, Rosebery Avenue Theatre
Producer (Executive)
Ralph Couzens
Genre:
Opera in English
Orchestral & Concertos


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RICHARD WAGNER

(1813-1883)

The Mastersingers of Nuremberg

292:46
Music drama in three acts
Libretto by the composer, English translation by Frederick Jameson, revised by Norman Feasey and Gordon Kember
1.
Prelude
10:55
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Act I
2.
'As to thee our Saviour came'
4:00
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Congregation
3.
'Oh stay! A word! one single word!'
9:47
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Walther, Eva, Magdalene, David
4.
'David, come on, lend a hand!'
2:12
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Apprentices, David, Walther
5.
My Lord! The Mastersinger's way'
6:50
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David, Walther, Apprentices
6.
'What's this that you've done?'
3:48
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David, Apprentices
7.
'Be well assured of my good favour'
5:08
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Pogner, Beckmesser, Walther, Sachs, Vogelgesang, Nachtigal
8.
'Now to a trial, as summoned hither'
3:05
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Kothner, Pogner, Vogelgesang, Ortel, Zorn, Nachtigal, Moser, Apprentice, David, Sachs, Beckmesser, Eisslinger, Foltz, Schwartz
9.
'The feast of John, Midsummer day'
13:22
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Pogner, Mastersingers, Apprentices, Vogelgesang, Sachs, Kothner, Pogner, Beckmesser, Nachtigal
10.
'(Just as I thought!)'
2:54
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Beckmesser, Mastersingers, Kothner, Pogner, Nachtigal, Sachs
11.
'By silent hearth, one winter's day'
9:01
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Walther, Sachs, Beckmesser, Kothner, Vogelgesang, Nachtigal
12.
'To make your footsteps safe and sure'
3:22
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Kothner, Walther, Beckmesser
13.
'''Now begin'' So cried the sun with the land!'
3:47
Walther
14.
'Then have you finished?'
2:34
Beckmesser, Walther, Pogner, Mastersingers, Kothner, Ortel, Moser, Foltz, Nachtigal, Vogelgesang, Zorn
15.
'Stay, Masters! Why so much haste?'
8:18
Sachs, Beckmesser, Nachtigal, Kothner, Pogner, Mastersigners, Walther, Apprentices
Act II
16.
Prelude
0:55
17.
'Midsummer day! Midsummer day!'
3:21
Apprentices, David, Magdalene, Sachs
18.
'We'll see if Master Sachs is there'
6:08
Pogner, Eva, Magdalene
19.
'A pretty secret, that!'
1:02
Eva, Sachs, David
20.
'The elder's scent, how tender'
7:05
Sachs
21.
'Good evening, Master!'
12:14
Eva, Sachs, Magdalene, Pogner
22.
'He's here now!'
9:09
Eva. Magdalene, Walther, Nightwatchman, Sachs
23.
'What! Sachs! He too?'
1:17
Walther, Eva, Sachs
24.
'Jerum! Jerum! Hal-la-hal-lo-he! O-ho!'
12:16
Sachs, Beckmesser, Walther, Eva
25.
'''I see now dawning daylight'''
5:58
Beckmesser, Sachs, David, Kothner, Neighbours
26.
'The devil take your song, accursed rogue!'
5:33
David, Magdalene, Beckmesser, Neighbours, Journeymen, Apprentices, Women, Pogner, Walther, Sachs, Nightwatchman
Act III
27.
Prelude
7:40
28.
'Here, master, here!'
7:57
David, Sachs
29.
'Fools! Fools! Ev'rywhere fools'
8:00
Sachs
30.
'My friend, good morning!'
4:57
31.
'My friend, in joyful days of youth'
5:20
Sachs, Walther
32.
'''Warm in the sunlight, at dawning of day'''
12:11
Walther, Sachs
33.
Interlude
3:34
34.
'A Trial Song by Sachs! Is it true?'
4:25
Beckmesser, Sachs
35.
'It was here, the paper!'
8:35
Sachs, Beckmesser
36.
'Here's Eva! I had wondered where she was!'
4:58
Sachs, Eva
37.
'''Lured from their dances, the stars glided down'''
3:00
Walther, Sachs
38.
'The life of a cobbler's nothing but woe!'
1:35
Sachs
39.
'O Sachs! My friend! So kind thou art!'
4:30
Eva, Sachs
40.
'A child has been created'
4:04
Sachs
41.
'Radiant as the dawning that enchants my sight'
5:26
Eva, Walther, Sachs, Magdalene, David
42.
'Now, Walther come! You must be brave!'
2:25
Sachs
43.
'Saint Crispin, Saint Crispin!'
4:08
Shoemakers, Tailors, Bakers, Apprentices
44.
'You dance? Look out if the Masters see you!'
2:40
David, Apprentices, Journeymen
45.
Entrance of the Mastersingers - '''Silentium! Silentium!''
4:04
Apprentices, People
46.
'Awake! The dawn of day draws near!'
3:38
People
47.
'Words light to you'
8:14
Sachs, Pogner, Beckmesser, Kothner, People, Apprentices
48.
'''Bathing in sunlight at dawning of day'''
4:05
Beckmesser, Mastersingers, People, Kothner, Nachtigal, Vogelgesang, Ortel, Foltz
49.
'The song, in truth, is not by me'
4:53
Sachs, Mastersingers, People, Apprentices
50.
'''Warm in the sunlight, at dawning of day'''
7:29
Walther, Mastersingers, People, Sachs, Pogner, Eva
51.
'The witness has been duly tried'
2:09
Sachs, People, Mastersingers, Pogner, Walther
52.
'Do not disdain our Masters thus'
8:04
Sachs, People
: 61:26
Solo: Norman Bailey bass-baritone - Hans Sachs
Solo: Noel Mangin bass - Veit Pogner
Solo: Derek Hammond-Stroud baritone - Sixtus Beckmesser
Solo: Alberto Remedios tenor - Walther von Stolzing
Solo: Gregory Dempsey tenor - David
Solo: Margaret Curphey soprano - Eva
Solo: Ann Robson mezzo-soprano - Magdalene
Solo: Stafford Dean bass - Nightwatchman
Choral: Sadler's Wells Chorus
Orchestra: Sadlers Wells Opera Orchestra
Conductor: Reginald Goodall
10 February 1968

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RICHARD WAGNER

(1813-1883)

The Mastersingers of Nuremberg

292:46
Music drama in three acts
Libretto by the composer, English translation by Frederick Jameson, revised by Norman Feasey and Gordon Kember
COMPACT DISC ONE
1.
Prelude
10:55
Act I
2.
'As to thee our Saviour came'
4:00
Congregation
3.
'Oh stay! A word! one single word!'
9:47
Walther, Eva, Magdalene, David
4.
'David, come on, lend a hand!'
2:12
Apprentices, David, Walther
5.
My Lord! The Mastersinger's way'
6:50
David, Walther, Apprentices
6.
'What's this that you've done?'
3:48
David, Apprentices
7.
'Be well assured of my good favour'
5:08
Pogner, Beckmesser, Walther, Sachs, Vogelgesang, Nachtigal
8.
'Now to a trial, as summoned hither'
3:05
Kothner, Pogner, Vogelgesang, Ortel, Zorn, Nachtigal, Moser, Apprentice, David, Sachs, Beckmesser, Eisslinger, Foltz, Schwartz
9.
'The feast of John, Midsummer day'
13:22
Pogner, Mastersingers, Apprentices, Vogelgesang, Sachs, Kothner, Pogner, Beckmesser, Nachtigal
10.
'(Just as I thought!)'
2:54
Beckmesser, Mastersingers, Kothner, Pogner, Nachtigal, Sachs
11.
'By silent hearth, one winter's day'
9:01
Walther, Sachs, Beckmesser, Kothner, Vogelgesang, Nachtigal
12.
'To make your footsteps safe and sure'
3:22
Kothner, Walther, Beckmesser
: 74:34
COMPACT DISC TWO
1.
'''Now begin'' So cried the sun with the land!'
3:47
Walther
2.
'Then have you finished?'
2:34
Beckmesser, Walther, Pogner, Mastersingers, Kothner, Ortel, Moser, Foltz, Nachtigal, Vogelgesang, Zorn
3.
'Stay, Masters! Why so much haste?'
8:18
Sachs, Beckmesser, Nachtigal, Kothner, Pogner, Mastersigners, Walther, Apprentices
Act II
4.
Prelude
0:55
5.
'Midsummer day! Midsummer day!'
3:21
Apprentices, David, Magdalene, Sachs
6.
'We'll see if Master Sachs is there'
6:08
Pogner, Eva, Magdalene
7.
'A pretty secret, that!'
1:02
Eva, Sachs, David
8.
'The elder's scent, how tender'
7:05
Sachs
9.
'Good evening, Master!'
12:14
Eva, Sachs, Magdalene, Pogner
10.
'He's here now!'
9:09
Eva. Magdalene, Walther, Nightwatchman, Sachs
11.
'What! Sachs! He too?'
1:17
Walther, Eva, Sachs
12.
'Jerum! Jerum! Hal-la-hal-lo-he! O-ho!'
12:16
Sachs, Beckmesser, Walther, Eva
13.
'''I see now dawning daylight'''
5:58
Beckmesser, Sachs, David, Kothner, Neighbours
14.
'The devil take your song, accursed rogue!'
5:33
David, Magdalene, Beckmesser, Neighbours, Journeymen, Apprentices, Women, Pogner, Walther, Sachs, Nightwatchman
: 79:54
COMPACT DISC THREE
Act III
1.
Prelude
7:40
2.
'Here, master, here!'
7:57
David, Sachs
3.
'Fools! Fools! Ev'rywhere fools'
8:00
Sachs
4.
'My friend, good morning!'
4:57
5.
'My friend, in joyful days of youth'
5:20
Sachs, Walther
6.
'''Warm in the sunlight, at dawning of day'''
12:11
Walther, Sachs
7.
Interlude
3:34
8.
'A Trial Song by Sachs! Is it true?'
4:25
Beckmesser, Sachs
9.
'It was here, the paper!'
8:35
Sachs, Beckmesser
10.
'Here's Eva! I had wondered where she was!'
4:58
Sachs, Eva
11.
'''Lured from their dances, the stars glided down'''
3:00
Walther, Sachs
12.
'The life of a cobbler's nothing but woe!'
1:35
Sachs
13.
'O Sachs! My friend! So kind thou art!'
4:30
Eva, Sachs
: 76:50
COMPACT DISC FOUR
1.
'A child has been created'
4:04
Sachs
2.
'Radiant as the dawning that enchants my sight'
5:26
Eva, Walther, Sachs, Magdalene, David
3.
'Now, Walther come! You must be brave!'
2:25
Sachs
4.
'Saint Crispin, Saint Crispin!'
4:08
Shoemakers, Tailors, Bakers, Apprentices
5.
'You dance? Look out if the Masters see you!'
2:40
David, Apprentices, Journeymen
6.
Entrance of the Mastersingers - '''Silentium! Silentium!''
4:04
Apprentices, People
7.
'Awake! The dawn of day draws near!'
3:38
People
8.
'Words light to you'
8:14
Sachs, Pogner, Beckmesser, Kothner, People, Apprentices
9.
'''Bathing in sunlight at dawning of day'''
4:05
Beckmesser, Mastersingers, People, Kothner, Nachtigal, Vogelgesang, Ortel, Foltz
10.
'The song, in truth, is not by me'
4:53
Sachs, Mastersingers, People, Apprentices
11.
'''Warm in the sunlight, at dawning of day'''
7:29
Walther, Mastersingers, People, Sachs, Pogner, Eva
12.
'The witness has been duly tried'
2:09
Sachs, People, Mastersingers, Pogner, Walther
13.
'Do not disdain our Masters thus'
8:04
Sachs, People
: 61:26
Solo: Norman Bailey bass-baritone - Hans Sachs
Solo: Noel Mangin bass - Veit Pogner
Solo: Derek Hammond-Stroud baritone - Sixtus Beckmesser
Solo: Alberto Remedios tenor - Walther von Stolzing
Solo: Gregory Dempsey tenor - David
Solo: Margaret Curphey soprano - Eva
Solo: Ann Robson mezzo-soprano - Magdalene
Solo: Stafford Dean bass - Nightwatchman
Choral: Sadler's Wells Chorus
Orchestra: Sadlers Wells Opera Orchestra
Conductor: Reginald Goodall
10 February 1968




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