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Leopold Stokovsky: The Great Philadelphia Wagner Recordings
Richard WAGNER (1813-1883)

Rienzi (1842): Overture [11.03] (rec. November 1926 and January 1927)
Lohengrin (1848): Prelude to Act I [8.13] (rec. October 1927); Prelude to Act III [3.15] (rec. March 1940)
Tannhäuser (1845): Prelude and Venusberg Music [22.51] (rec. December 1937); Prelude to Act III (arr Stokowski) [10.21] (rec. January 1936)
Parsifal (1879), Prelude to Act I [14.45] (rec. November 1936); Good Friday Spell [11.55] (rec. November 1936); Symphonic Synthesis (arr. Stokowski) [14.07] (rec. April 1934)
Tristan und Isolde (1859), Symphonic Synthesis (arr. Stokowski) [35.36] (rec. March 1932)
Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg (1867), Prelude to Act I [9.18] (rec. January 1936); Prelude to Act III [6.43] (rec. March 1932)
Philadelphia Orchestra/Leopold Stokowski
Track list, including recording dates, no notes. Photo of conductor.
rec. mono ADD. Re-mastered at 96kHz24Bit "using state of the art restoration techniques".
ANDROMEDA ANDRCD 5030 [70.30 + 77.31]
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