State Opera Chorus

Some articles on opera, chorus, states:

Fidelio Discography - Audio Recordings of Fidelio
... Pizarro, Rocco, Marzelline) Conductor, Opera House and/or Orchestra Label 1936 Lotte Lehmann, Koloman von Pataky, Alfred Jerger, Anton Baumann, Luise Helletsgruber Arturo Toscanini, Salzburg Festspielchor, Vienna ... Steber Arturo Toscanini, NBC Symphony Orchestra, NBC Symphony Chorus Audio CD RCA Cat ... Frantz, Lisa Della Casa Wilhelm Furtwängler, Wiener Philharmoniker and Chorus of the Wiener Staatsoper (Live performance) Audio CD Melodram Cat ...
Lohengrin Discography
... This is a partial discography of Lohengrin, an opera by Richard Wagner ... Elsa, Ortrud, Telramund) Conductor, Opera House and Orchestra Label 1953 Rudolf Schock, Maud Cunitz, Margarete Klose, Josef Metternich Wilhelm Schüchter ...
Opera - Cinema and Internet
... Major opera companies have begun presenting their performances in local cinemas throughout the United States and many other countries ... The Metropolitan Opera began a series of live high-definition video transmissions to cinemas around the world in 2006 ... San Francisco Opera began prerecorded video transmissions in March 2008 ...
Die Entführung Aus Dem Serail Discography - Audio Recordings
... Year Cast Konstanze, Blonde, Belmonte, Pedrillo, Osmin Conductor, opera house and orchestra Label 1945 Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Emmy Loose, Anton Dermota, Peter Klein, Herbert ...

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