RICHARD STRAUSS (1864-1949): Taillefer for Soprano, Tenor, Baritone, Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 52 (Felicity Lott [soprano], Johan Botha [tenor], Michael Volle [baritone]), Wandrers Sturmlied for Six-part Chorus and Large Orchestra, Op. 14, Die Tageszeiten for Male Chorus and Orchestra, Op. 76 (Enrst Senff Choir Berlin, Dresden Philharmonic; Michel Plasson. Original 1998 EMI release), Deutsch Motette, Op. 62 (Margareta Hallin [soprano], Marie-Louise Sirén [contralto], Sven-Erik Alexandersson [tenor], Carl-Eric Hellström [bass], Stockholm Chamber Choir, Stockholm Radio Choir; Eric Ericson. 1971 release), Festliches Präludium for Large Orchestra and Organ (Philadelphia Orchestra; Wolfgang Sawallisch. 1991 EMI release), Die Göttin im Putzzimmer, Der Abend, Op. 34/1 (Stockholm Radio Choir; Ericson. 1971 release), Prelude to Guntram, Op. 25, Potpourri from Die schweigsame Frau, Op. 80, Symphonic Fantasy from Die Frau ohne Schatten, Op. 65 (Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra;  Jeffrey Tate. 1992 EMI release), Violin Sonata in E Flat, Op. 18 (Vadim Repin [violin], Boris Berzovsky [piano]. 2001 Erato release), Cello Sonata in F, Op. 6 (Mstislav Rostropovich [cello], Vasso Devetzi [piano]. 1975 EMI release), Romanze in F for Cello and Orchestra (Arto Noras [cello], Norwegian Radio Orchestra; Ari Rasilainen. 1998 Finlandia release.), An einsamer Quelle, Op. 9/2 and Waltz from Der Rosenkavalier, Op. 59 (both arr. Vasa Príhoda [1900-1960]) (Renaud Capuçon [violin], Frank Braley [piano]. 2006 Erato release).

Catalogue Number: 03P067

Label: Warner Classics

Reference: 2564634928

Format: CD

Price: $22.98

No Longer Available

Description: Three hours and forty-two minutes of rare Richard Strauss, including the only available recording of the 18-minute quasi-operatic ballade Taillefer (1903). 3 CDs. No texts.

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