Schoenberg: Gurrelieder Boston Symphony Orchestra, James McCracken, Jessye Norman, Seiji Ozawa, Tanglewood Festival Chorus & Tatiana Troyanos Classical Music 1979 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Schoenberg: Gurrelieder

Artist: Boston Symphony Orchestra, James McCracken, Jessye Norman, Seiji Ozawa, Tanglewood Festival Chorus & Tatiana Troyanos

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 1979
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 22

  • Copyright: ℗ 1979 Universal International Music B.V.

Tracklist For Schoenberg: Gurrelieder By Artist Boston Symphony Orchestra, James McCracken, Jessye Norman, Seiji Ozawa, Tanglewood Festival Chorus & Tatiana Troyanos

Title Artist Time
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1. Orchestral Prelude (Gurre-L Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 6:56 USD 1.29
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2. Waldemar: Nun dämpft die D James McCracken, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 3:26 USD 1.29
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3. Tove: O, wenn des Mondes St Jessye Norman, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 3:14 USD 1.29
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4. Waldemar: Ross! Mein Ross! James McCracken, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 3:11 USD 1.29
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5. Tove: Sterne jubeln Jessye Norman, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 2:19 USD 1.29
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6. Waldemar: So tanzen die Eng James McCracken, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 2:01 USD 1.29
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7. Tove: Nun sag ich dir zum e Jessye Norman, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 3:43 USD 1.29
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8. Waldemar: Es ist Mitternach James McCracken, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 5:01 USD 1.29
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9. Tove: Du sendest mir einen Jessye Norman, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 5:09 USD 1.29
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10. Waldemar: Du wunderliche T James McCracken, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 8:59 USD 1.29
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11. Voice of the Wood-dove: Do Tatiana Troyanos, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 12:05 USD Album Only
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12. Waldemar: Herrgott, weisst James McCracken, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 4:09 USD 1.29
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13. Waldemar: Erwacht, König James McCracken, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 2:49 USD 1.29
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14. Peasant: Deckel des Sarges David Arnold, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 3:43 USD 1.29
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15. Waldemar's Men: Gegrüsst, Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 5:00 USD 1.29
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16. Waldemar: Mit Toves Stimme James McCracken, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 3:22 USD 1.29
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17. Klaus the Jester: Ein selt Kim Scown, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 6:08 USD 1.29
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18. Waldemar: Du strenger Rich James McCracken, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 2:12 USD 1.29
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19. Waldemar's Men: Der Hahn e Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 5:57 USD 1.29
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20. Orchestral Prelude Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 2:58 USD 1.29
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21. Speaker: Herr Gänsefuss, Werner Klemperer, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 5:11 USD 1.29
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22 Chorus: Seht die Sonne Tanglewood Festival Chorus, Boston Symphony Orchestra & Seiji Ozawa 4:39 USD 1.29

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