Die Grossen Opernchore Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra, Peter Schrottner, Ferdinand Leitner, Wurttemberg State Theatre Chorus Stuttgart, Wurttemberg State Theatre Orchestra Stuttgart, Robert Shaw Chorale, Renato Cellini, The RCA Victor Orchestra, Bayreuth Festival Chorus, Joseph Keilberth, Bayreuth Festival Orchestra, Berlin Deutsche Opera Orchestra, RIAS Chamber Chorus, Richard Kraus, Chorus of the Vienna State Opera, Vienna Philharmonic, Heinrich Hollreiser, Arthur Rother, Munich Philharmonic, Bavarian Radio Chorus, Fritz Lehmann, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Kurt Peter Eichhorn, Munich State Opera Chorus, Beniamino Gigli, Philharmonia Chorus, Stanford Robinson & Philharmonic Orchestra Classical Music 2006 New Songs Albums Artists Singles Videos Musicians Remixes Image

Album: Die Grossen Opernchore

Artist: Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra, Peter Schrottner, Ferdinand Leitner, Wurttemberg State Theatre Chorus Stuttgart, Wurttemberg State Theatre Orchestra Stuttgart, Robert Shaw Chorale, Renato Cellini, The RCA Victor Orchestra, Bayreuth Festival Chorus, Joseph Keilberth, Bayreuth Festival Orchestra, Berlin Deutsche Opera Orchestra, RIAS Chamber Chorus, Richard Kraus, Chorus of the Vienna State Opera, Vienna Philharmonic, Heinrich Hollreiser, Arthur Rother, Munich Philharmonic, Bavarian Radio Chorus, Fritz Lehmann, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Kurt Peter Eichhorn, Munich State Opera Chorus, Beniamino Gigli, Philharmonia Chorus, Stanford Robinson & Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Genre: Classical
  • Release Date: 2006
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 24

  • Copyright: ℗ 2006 Profil

Tracklist For Die Grossen Opernchore By Artist Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra, Peter Schrottner, Ferdinand Leitner, Wurttemberg State Theatre Chorus Stuttgart, Wurttemberg State Theatre Orchestra Stuttgart, Robert Shaw Chorale, Renato Cellini, The RCA Victor Orchestra, Bayreuth Festival Chorus, Joseph Keilberth, Bayreuth Festival Orchestra, Berlin Deutsche Opera Orchestra, RIAS Chamber Chorus, Richard Kraus, Chorus of the Vienna State Opera, Vienna Philharmonic, Heinrich Hollreiser, Arthur Rother, Munich Philharmonic, Bavarian Radio Chorus, Fritz Lehmann, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Kurt Peter Eichhorn, Munich State Opera Chorus, Beniamino Gigli, Philharmonia Chorus, Stanford Robinson & Philharmonic Orchestra

Title Artist Time
1
Prince Igor (Knyaz Igor), Act Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 11:57 USD Album Only
2
Aida, Act II: Gloria all'Egitt Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 7:43 USD 0.99
3
Pagliacci, Act I: Andiam! Andi Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 3:17 USD 0.99
4
Macbeth: Act IV: Patria oppres Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 6:46 USD 0.99
5
Macbeth: Act III: Tre volte mi Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 4:17 USD 0.99
6
Rienzi, Act III: Finale: Gebet Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 3:28 USD 0.99
7
Boris Godunov, Act 4: The Duma Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 4:16 USD 0.99
8
Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flu Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 2:47 USD 0.99
9
L'Orfeo, Act II: Ahi, caso ace Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 1:44 USD 0.99
10
Madama Butterfly, Act II: Humm Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 3:28 USD 0.99
11
Tannhauser, Act II: Freudig be Stuttgart State Opera Chorus, Stuttgart State Orchestra & Peter Schrottner 7:40 USD 0.99
12
Nabucco, Act I: Gli arredi fes Ferdinand Leitner, Wurttemberg State Theatre Chorus Stuttgart & Wurttemberg State Theatre Orchestra Stuttgart 8:12 USD 0.99
13
Il trovatore: Act II: Vedi, le Robert Shaw Chorale, Renato Cellini & The RCA Victor Orchestra 2:42 USD 0.99
14
Il trovatore: Act III: Di quel Robert Shaw Chorale, Renato Cellini & The RCA Victor Orchestra 2:11 USD 0.99
15
Der fliegende Hollander (The F Bayreuth Festival Chorus, Joseph Keilberth & Bayreuth Festival Orchestra 4:34 USD 0.99
16
Der fliegende Hollander (The F Bayreuth Festival Chorus, Joseph Keilberth & Bayreuth Festival Orchestra 3:43 USD 0.99
17
Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg Ferdinand Leitner, Wurttemberg State Theatre Chorus Stuttgart & Wurttemberg State Theatre Orchestra Stuttgart 3:57 USD 0.99
18
Les contes d'Hoffmann (The Tal Berlin Deutsche Opera Orchestra, RIAS Chamber Chorus & Richard Kraus 4:46 USD 0.99
19
Faust, Act IV: Choeur des sold Chorus of the Vienna State Opera, Vienna Philharmonic & Heinrich Hollreiser 2:46 USD 0.99
20
Die lustigen Weiber von Windso Ferdinand Leitner, Wurttemberg State Theatre Chorus Stuttgart & Wurttemberg State Theatre Orchestra Stuttgart 4:25 USD 0.99
21
Orphee et Euridice, Act II: Ko Arthur Rother, Munich Philharmonic & Bavarian Radio Chorus 2:39 USD 0.99
22
Prodana nevesta (The Bartered Fritz Lehmann, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra & Bavarian Radio Chorus 4:57 USD 0.99
23
Zar und Zimmermann, Act III: D Munich Philharmonic, Kurt Peter Eichhorn & Munich State Opera Chorus 8:35 USD 0.99
24
Turandot, Act III: Nessun dorm Beniamino Gigli, Philharmonia Chorus, Stanford Robinson & Philharmonic Orchestra 3:28 USD 0.99

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