Es wurde gesucht nach:  Weissmann, Frieder (Dirigent)
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Four Dramatic Sopranos of the Past Four Dramatic Sopranos of the Past Beethoven (Ludwig van), Strauss (Richard), Verdi (Giuseppe), Wagner (Richard), Weber (Carl Maria von) Berlin (Orchester der Staatsoper), Bindernagel (Gertrud), Fuchs (Marta), Hotter (Hans), Konetzni (Anny), Ohms (Elisabeth), Philharmoniker (Berliner), Scheidl (Theodor), Staatsopernorchester (Wiener), Symphoniker (Wiener), Gurlitt (Manfred), Meyrowitz (Selmar), Moralt (Rudolf), Orthmann (Erich), Prüwer (Julius), Schmidt (Franz Alfred), Weissbach (Hans), Weissmann (Frieder), Winkler (Bruno Seidler -)
Four Famous German Sopranos Four Famous German Sopranos Meyerbeer (Giacomo), Puccini (Giacomo), Smetana (Bedrich), Verdi (Giuseppe), Wagner (Richard), Weber (Carl Maria von) Berlin (Orchester der Staatsoper), Berlin (Städtisches Orchester), Festspiele (Orchester der Bayreuther), Lemnitz (Tiana), Müller (Maria), Rethberg (Elisabeth), Teschemacher (Margarete), Völker (Franz), Winkler (Bruno Seidler -), Blech (Leo), Elmendorff (Karl), Heger (Robert), Schüler (Johannes), Weissmann (Frieder), Zweig (Fritz)
Four Famous Met - Tenors Of The Past Four Famous Met - Tenors Of The Past Bizet (Georges), Gounod (Charles), Halevy (Jacques Fromental), Meyerbeer (Giacomo), Ponchielli (Amilcare), Puccini (Giacomo), Verdi (Giuseppe) Björling (Jussi), Chorus (Metropolitan Opera), Columbia Opera Orchestra, Peerce (Jan), Quartararo (Florence), RCA Victor Orchestra, Thorborg (Kerstin), Tucker (Richard), Vinay (Ramon), Cooper (Emil), Grevillius (Nils), Leinsdorf (Erich), Levin (Sylvan), Morel (Jean Paul), Pelletier (Wilfred), Weissmann (Frieder)
Four Famous Wagnerian Basses Four Famous Wagnerian Basses Wagner (Richard) Andrésen (Ivar), Guszalewicz (Genia), Habich (Eduard), Kipnis (Alexander), List (Emanuel), Noe (Marcel), Orchester (Berliner Staatsopern), Orchestra of the Bayreuth Festival 1927, Vienna Symphony Orchestra, von Manowarda (Josef), Blech (Leo), Mörike (Eduard), Orthmann (Erich), Wagner (Siegfried), Weissbach (Hans), Weissmann (Frieder)
Four Famous Wagnerian Heroines Four Famous Wagnerian Heroines Wagner (Richard) Flagstad (Kirsten), Larsen-Todsen (Nelly), Leider (Frida), London Symphony Orchestra, Marherr-Wagner (Elfriede), Orchester (Metropolitan Opera), Orchester (Berliner Staatsopern), Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York, Rodzinski (Artur), Schorr (Friedrich), Traubel (Helen), Victor Symphony Orchestra, Barbirolli (Sir John), Blech (Leo), Knoch (Ernst), Lange (Hans), Mörike (Eduard), O`Connell (Charles), Weissmann (Frieder)
Four Famous Wagnerian Tenors Four Famous Wagnerian Tenors Wagner (Richard) Lemnitz (Tiana), London Symphony Orchestra, Lorenz (Max), Melchior (Lauritz), Philharmoniker (Wiener), Ralf (Torsten), RCA Victor Orchestra, Staatsoper (Orchester der Berliner), Svanholm (Set), Barbirolli (Sir John), Coates (Albert), Heger (Robert), Moralt (Rudolf), Müller (Udo), Weissmann (Frieder), Winkler (Bruno Seidler -)
Four German Heldentenors of the Past Four German Heldentenors of the Past D´Álbert (Eugen), Kienzl (Wilhelm), Verdi (Giuseppe), von Flotow (Friedrich), Wagner (Richard) Berlin (Orchester der Staatsoper), Hartmann (Carl), Kötter (Paul), Philharmoniker (Berliner), Pistor (Gotthelf), Wolff (Fritz), D´Álbert (Eugen), Meyrowitz (Selmar), Prüwer (Julius), Weigert (Hermann), Weissmann (Frieder)
Four German Sopranos of the Past Four German Sopranos of the Past Beethoven (Ludwig van), Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus), Verdi (Giuseppe), Wagner (Richard), Weber (Carl Maria von) Bäumer (Margarete), Bettendorf (Emmy), Branzell (Karin), Eisinger (Irene), Gentner-Fischer (Else), Heidersbach (Käthe), Lorenz (Max), Orchester (Berliner Staatsopern), Pistor (Gotthelf), Schupp (Werner), Wirl (Erik), Mörike (Eduard), Schmalstich (Clemens), Scholz (Paul Gerhard), Weissmann (Frieder)
Ivar Andrésen sings Wagner Ivar Andrésen sings Wagner Wagner (Richard) Andrésen (Ivar), Berlin (Orchester der Staatsoper), Festspiele (Orchester der Bayreuther), Graarud (Gunnar), Guszalewicz (Genia), Habich (Eduard), Noe (Marcel), Opernorchester (Grosses), Pistor (Gotthelf), Blech (Leo), Elmendorff (Karl), Weissmann (Frieder), Zweig (Fritz)
Joseph Schmidt singt Arien Joseph Schmidt singt Arien Adam (Adolphe), Donizetti (Gaetano), Kienzl (Wilhelm), Korngold (Erich Wolfgang), Leoncavallo (Ruggiero), Massenet (Jules), Meyerbeer (Giacomo), Puccini (Giacomo), Tchaikovsky (Peter Ilyich), Verdi (Giuseppe), von Flotow (Friedrich) Schmidt (Joseph), Dobrindt (Otto), Goehr (Walter), Günther (Felix), Weissmann (Frieder)