Audio Recording Das Paradies und die Peri op. Manual sequence. Program notes by U.
Schreiber, J. Dohm, and H. Storjohann and libretto, with English translations by G. Watkins  p. Audio Recording Sinfonie, op.
Orchester Program notes in German by Monika Lichtenfeld with English translation and texts of the vocal works on container. Contributor: Webern, Anton Date: Audio Recording --Und nicht vergessen Music from six continents. Catalog Record Only Title from container.
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The 1st work for narrator, violoncello and orchestra text by Rudolf Kalmar ; 2nd for mezzo-soprano, baritone and orchestra text by Peter Weiss ; 3rd for speaker, chorus, recorder and tape realized at the Groupe de Musique Experimentale de Bourges ; text by Ernesto Cardenal ; 4th for chorus and orchestra text from Dante. Sung in German 1st-3rd works and Italian Date: The 1st work is for chorus and orchestra ; the 2nd work is for twelve instruments ; the 3rd work is for five groups of four instruments ; the 4th work is for thirty-three musicians.
The 1st work sung in German. Program notes and text on container and inserted  p. Contributor: Zender, Hans Date: Recorded Mar. Original Greenough acetate tape. Catalog Record Only The 2nd work for string orchestra, the 3rd for women's chorus, the 7th for mixed chorus. Felix Pachlatko, organ 1st work ; Albert Roman, violoncello 4th and 6th works ; various violoncellists 6th work ; Philippe Hutenlocher, bass 5th work ; Ursula Holliger, harp 5th work ; English Chamber Orchestra, James Judd, conductor 2nd, 4th, and 8th works ; Kleiner Konzertchor Basel, Henryk Polus, Contributor: Moser, Rudolf Date: Audio Recording IX.
Recorded Audio Recording Symphonie No. Program notes in English, French, German, and Italian, and text of 2nd work with English, French, and Italian translations in container. Audio Recording Taillefer, op.
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Program notes by Fred Low, and text of the 1st work in German with English translation on container. Contributor: Strauss, Richard Date: Production level cataloging. Recorded in Symphony Hall, Boston, Oct. Recorded May and Sept. Program notes and texts with English translations  p.
Contributor: Kagel, Mauricio Date: Sung in Latin 1st movement and German remainder. The 1st movement a setting of the hymn Veni Creator Spiritus; the 2nd a setting of the final scene from Goethe's Faust. Contributor: Mahler, Gustav Date: Program notes by Marie-Isabelle Collart in Dutch, English, French, and German, biographical notes on the performers, and libretto  p. Contributor: Pousseur, Henri Date: Various soloists, choirs, orchestras, Contributor: Werzlau, Joachim Date: Text of last movement in German by Friedrich Schiller.
Recorded in Milwaukee's Uihlein Hall, July 31, Duration: Program and biographical notes in English Recorded Jan. Contributor: Romberg, Andreas Date: Audio Recording Rhapsodie op. Recorded Nov. Durations: ; ; ; German texts on container. Texts of the 1st work by Goethe, C. Contributor: Pfitzner, Hans Date: Program notes on slipcase.
LC copy lacks slipcase. Title from disc label. Jensen and biographical notes in English, French and German Title from container. Program notes on inner containers; notes on the performers  p. Cataloged from recording engineer's notes and audition. Gabriel's Boychoir ; Boston Symphony Orchestra Hebbel 2nd and Fr.
Contributor: Schumann, Robert Date: ? Contributor: Norddeutscher Rundfunk.
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With eight sisters fostered wert thou; that ye Valkyries might forfend the doom that the Wala's dark words foretold: the shameful defeat of the great ones. That foes might find us strong for the strife, heroes I bade you to bring me: the slaves we had held by our laws in bondage, the mortals whom in their might we defied, whom, enthralled by darksome, treacherous bargains, we bound in obedience blindly to serve us becoming more animated, but with moderate power these ever to storm and strife should ye kindle, their hearts rouse up to ruthless war, that valiant hosts of heroes should gather on Walhall's height!
If we ne'er have failed thee, whence cometh thy fear? Wotan with more suppressed voice Another ill, heed thou it well! Through Alberich's host threatens our downfall: with envious rage burneth the Niblung, becoming animated but no more I dread now his dusky battalions, by my heroes safe were I held.
From him must I wrest the ring, that myself I gave him as guerdon. But the bond I have made, forbids me to strike him; mightless my force would fall before him: bitterly these are the fetters that now hold me: I, who by bargains am lord, to my bargains eke am a slave. But one may dare what to me is denied: a hero never helped by my counsel, to me unknown and free from my grace, unaware, forced by his need, without command, with his own right arm, doeth the deed that I must shun, the deed my tongue ne'er told, though yet my deepest desire.
He, at war with the god, for me fighteth, the friendliest foe. O, how shall I find or shape me the free one, by me ne'er shielded, in his firm defiance the dearest to me?