This album features a recording made during a performance at the Prinzregententheater in Munich on January 18, 1962. It was directed by Rudolf Hartmann and the performance was given, as was usual in those days, in German. The original analogue tapes have been stored at the Fritz Wunderlich Society in Kusel (in the Rhineland-Palatinate), and have been restored by TechneAudio in Baden-W├╝rttemberg. Some specialists suspect that the recordings were made by Fritz Wunderlich himself, a great fan of the latest technology. Despite costly and careful restoration of the tapes, some defects and intrusive artefacts on the mono tapes, some of which are damaged, are clearly audible. However, the historic significance of this recording certainly justifies it's release. Not surprisingly, Fritz Wunderlich (1930-1966) in the role of Ernesto receives the greatest attention. Probably Germany's greatest tenor knew just how to cultivate the love-sick bachelor, as he did with all his roles, and to breathe life into the character with his inimitable voice. In addition to lyric qualities, the role demands other skills such as the canto fiorito style of ornamented singing of the nineteenth century.
This album features a recording made during a performance at the Prinzregententheater in Munich on January 18, 1962. It was directed by Rudolf Hartmann and the performance was given, as was usual in those days, in German. The original analogue tapes have been stored at the Fritz Wunderlich Society in Kusel (in the Rhineland-Palatinate), and have been restored by TechneAudio in Baden-W├╝rttemberg. Some specialists suspect that the recordings were made by Fritz Wunderlich himself, a great fan of the latest technology. Despite costly and careful restoration of the tapes, some defects and intrusive artefacts on the mono tapes, some of which are damaged, are clearly audible. However, the historic significance of this recording certainly justifies it's release. Not surprisingly, Fritz Wunderlich (1930-1966) in the role of Ernesto receives the greatest attention. Probably Germany's greatest tenor knew just how to cultivate the love-sick bachelor, as he did with all his roles, and to breathe life into the character with his inimitable voice. In addition to lyric qualities, the role demands other skills such as the canto fiorito style of ornamented singing of the nineteenth century.
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Don Pasquale (2pk)
Artist: Fritz Wunderlich
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1. Don Pasquale (Sung In German): Ouvertüre [Live]
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2. Don Pasquale, Act I (Sung In German): Schon Um Neune! [Live]
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3. Don Pasquale, Act I (Sung In German): Schön Wie Ein Holder Engel [Live]
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4. Don Pasquale, Act I (Sung In German): Ach! Ein Feuer, Feuer, Es Brennt Mich [Live]
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5. Don Pasquale, Act I (Sung In German): Neues Leben [Live]
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6. Don Pasquale, Act I (Sung In German): Ihr? - 'ne Frau? [Live]
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7. Don Pasquale, Act I (Sung In German): Sie Traf Mit Ihren Blicken - Auch Ich Versteh Die Feine Kunst [Live]
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8. Don Pasquale, Act I (Sung In German): Und Der Doktor Ist Nicht Zu Sehen! [Live]
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9. Don Pasquale, Act I (Sung In German): Gut, Ich Tu's! [Live]
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10. Don Pasquale, Act I (Sung In German): Spiel'ich Die Traurige [Live]
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11. Don Pasquale, Act II (Sung In German): Einleitung [Live]
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12. Don Pasquale, Act II (Sung In German): Armer Ernesto! In Der Fremde Will Ich Weilen [Live]
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13. Don Pasquale, Act II (Sung In German): Wenn Du Hier Eingelassen [Live]
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14. Don Pasquale, Act II (Sung In German): Vorwärts! Mutig! [Live]
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15. Don Pasquale, Act II (Sung In German): Keine Angst, Nur Nicht Fürchten [Live]
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16. Don Pasquale, Act II (Sung In German): Es Sind Erschienen Etcetera [Live]
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17. Don Pasquale, Act II (Sung In German): Ich Will Adieu Euch Sagen [Live]
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18. Don Pasquale, Act II (Sung In German): Wie Sich Seine Glieder Strecken [Live]
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19. Don Pasquale, Act II (Sung In German): Ich Wünsche Hier Geschwinde [Live]
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1. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): Die Diamanten! Schnelle! Schnelle! [Live]
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2. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): Lasst Sehen. Für Die Modistin [Live]
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3. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): Ei, Wohin In Solcher Eile [Live]
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4. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): So - Ich Gehe! - Ei, Ei, Mein Gebieter [Live]
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5. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): Noch So Ein Zettel Voll Häubchen [Live]
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6. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): Welch Unaufhörliches Hinum Und Herum [Live]
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7. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): Diese Plötzliche Berufung Lehrt Mich [Live]
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8. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): In Den Garten, Leise, Leise [Live]
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9. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): O Süße Nacht [Live]
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10. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): Laß Es, Ach, Laß Es Mich Hören [Live]
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11. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): Seht Doch Da, Wohl Aufgepaßt! [Live]
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12. Don Pasquale, Act III (Sung In German): Bravo, Bravo, Don Pasqual! [Live]
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This album features a recording made during a performance at the Prinzregententheater in Munich on January 18, 1962. It was directed by Rudolf Hartmann and the performance was given, as was usual in those days, in German. The original analogue tapes have been stored at the Fritz Wunderlich Society in Kusel (in the Rhineland-Palatinate), and have been restored by TechneAudio in Baden-W├╝rttemberg. Some specialists suspect that the recordings were made by Fritz Wunderlich himself, a great fan of the latest technology. Despite costly and careful restoration of the tapes, some defects and intrusive artefacts on the mono tapes, some of which are damaged, are clearly audible. However, the historic significance of this recording certainly justifies it's release. Not surprisingly, Fritz Wunderlich (1930-1966) in the role of Ernesto receives the greatest attention. Probably Germany's greatest tenor knew just how to cultivate the love-sick bachelor, as he did with all his roles, and to breathe life into the character with his inimitable voice. In addition to lyric qualities, the role demands other skills such as the canto fiorito style of ornamented singing of the nineteenth century.