|Tristan Und Isolde - Act II: Love Duet|
|A1||O Sink' Hernieder (O Night Of Rapture)|
|B||Wonnehehrstes Weben (Wond'rous Rapture)|
|C||Doch Der Tag (But The Day)|
|D||Soli Der Tag (Must Not Daylight)|
|Lohengrin - Act III: Gralserzahlung|
|E||In Fernem Land (Lohengrin's Narrative: In Distant Land)|
|Tannhauser - Act I: Tannhauser's Hymn To Venus|
|F||Dir Tone Lob! (All Praise Be Thine!)|
|Tannhauser - Act III: Rome Narrative|
|G||Rome Narrative (Part 1)|
|H||Rome Narrative (Concluded)|
|Siegfried - Act I: Hammerlied|
|I||Ho, Ho! Schmiede, Mein Hammer (Hammer Song - Ho, Ho! Smithy, My Hammer)|
|Der Fliegende Hollander - Act I|
|J||Steuermannslied (Steerman's Song)|
Lohengrin, opera, WWV 75. 4. Das süsse Lied verhallt (Bridal chamber scene). 5. In fernem Land (Lohengrin's narrative). Lohengrin's farewell). Tristan und Isolde, opera, WWV 90.
Lauritz Melchior (20 March 1890 – 18 March 1973) was a Danish-American opera singer. He was the pre-eminent Wagnerian tenor of the 1920s, 1930s, and 1940s and has since come to be considered the quintessence of his voice type. Late in his career, Melchior appeared in movie musicals and on radio and television. He also made numerous recordings.
Tenor Vocals – Lauritz Melchior. Originally released 1968 Recording from NBC broadcast february 1941 in Carnegie Hall. Toscanini, Wagner - Toscanini: The Man Behind The Legend - Wagner (LP, Hal).
The voice of Danish tenor Lauritz Melchior (1890-1973) has come to be regarded as the standard by which all other Wagnerian tenors are judged. Without him we would have a limited notion how well Wagner s tenor roles can sound, wrote . Steane about this Danish singer who singularly defined the category heldentenor (the type of heroic tenor voice needed to sing Wagner s most demanding tenor roles). Astounding vocal power and stamina, beauty and evenness of tone, accuracy of intonation, perfect legato these are the qualities which come together in Lauritz Melchior, as in no other tenor before.
Siegfried is the third of the four operas that constitute Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung), by Richard Wagner. It received its premiere at the Bayreuth Festspielhaus on 16 August 1876, as part of the first complete performance of The Ring. This part of the opera is primarily inspired by the story of the legendary hero Sigurd in Norse mythology.
Tenor Lauritz Melchior (classical music album) - Play streams in full or download MP3 from Classical Archives (classicalarchives. 1. nbrunst im Herzen, wie kein Büßer noch; 1. ach Rom gelangt' ich so; 1. a sank ich in Vernichtung. Wilhelm) Richard Wagner Composer.
Set track as current obsession. Rienzi, Act 5: "Allmächt'ger Vater, blick herab" (4:31). Overview (current section). Great Wagner Singers.