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All Live Recordings Should Be Like This...

I am really enjoying this album! It brings a lot of things to the table. The recording itself is light and clear... almost as if this were an authentic instruments recording, with textures transparent & fully voiced. The orchestra isn't under-sized either. All the big moments take off and are fully exploited. The singers are good as well. Our Brunnhild sounds appropriately young (matronly sounding Brunnhild's are a turnoff), our Seigmund sings well (The Walse's are fantastic even if they mess with the music's drama a little... terribly thrilling upon hearing them the first time though...), and our Wotan is great in his "wait... Hold everything moment(s) in the second act. What a treat the folks in Stuttgart experienced! I like the Solti Ring best still (It really counts heavily in a recording's estimation in the Mind's Ear if you were first exposed to music by that recording), I still love my Karajan's, but I gotta tell you that I've been listening to this over and over and enjoying every minute of it! Another tip o' the hat to Naxos with such a great recording at an excellent price.


Born: November 13, 1942 in Otting, Germany

Genre: Classical

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From about the mid-'80s Lothar Zagrosek began drawing international acclaim for his work in the realm of opera, particularly for his advocacy of lesser-known fare. He had held several posts in the smaller opera houses of Germany and Austria before being appointed music director at the Paris Opera in 1986, when he made his first important international breakthrough. Zagrosek's list of recordings is witness to his commitment in the cause of neglected opera: Walter Braunfels' Die Vögel, Hans Krása's...
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