Richard Wagner

RICHARD WAGNER spent ten years in Switzerland, managing to escape with Liszt’s help after taking part in the Dresden uprising in May 1849, wanted by the police and sentenced in absentia to prison. The time of forced exile (1849 – 1858) was a complex and ambiguous period for the composer. Sheltered with his family in the home of Otto Wesendonck, during these years he created some of his most important literary works (“The Artwork of the Future”, “Opera and Drama”, etc.), working on his gigantic idea The Ring of the Nibelung, wrote the first operas in tetralogy –The Rhine Gold , Valkyrie, and started working on Siegfried .

Works


"Bridal Chorus", Picture I, Act III from Opera "Lohengrin"
"Forest Murmurs", Act II from Opera "Siegfried"
"Sailors Chorus" (Steuermann, Lass Die Wacht) from Opera "The Flying Dutchman"
"Siegfried's Funeral March", Act III from Opera "Götterdämmerung"
"The ride of the Valkyries"
Aria of Elisabeth (Dich, teure Halle), Picture I, Act II from Opera "Tannhäuser"
Aria of Elsa, Picture II, Act I from Opera "Lohengrin"
Cavatine of Erik, Picture II, Act III from Opera "The Flying Dutchman"
Concert Overture "Faust"
Duet of Senta and Erik (Bleib, Senta!), Act II from Opera "The Flying Dutchman"
Entr'acte Music, Act III from Opera "The Mastersingers of Nuremberg"
Finale from Opera "Die Walküre"
Finale from Opera "Götterdämmerung"
First Act from Opera "Die Walküre"
Introduction and Finale of Act I from Opera "Parsifal"
Introduction and Libestod of Isolde from Opera "Tristan und Isolde"
Introduction to Act I from Opera "Lohengrin"
Introduction to Act I from Opera "Tristan und Isolde"
Introduction to Act III and Good Friday Music from Opera "Parsifal"
Introduction to Act III from Opera "Lohengrin"
Introduction to Act III from Opera "Tristan und Isolde"
Monologue of Brünnhilde, Act III from Opera "Götterdämmerung"
Overture from Opera "Rienzi"
Overture from Opera "Tannhäuser"
Overture from Opera "The Flying Dutchman"
Overture from Opera "The Mastersingers of Nuremburg"
Pilgrim's Chorurs (Beglückt darf nun) from Opera "Tannhäuser"
Prelude and death of Isolde from the opera „Tristan and Isolde“
Siegfried Idyll, a symphonic poem for chamber orchestra
Song Cycle "Wesendonck Lieder" for Female Voice and Piano
Symphony in C major
Wesendonck Songs (Wesendonck Lieder) orchestrated by Gustav Kuhn
Wotan's Farewell and Magic Fire, Act III from Opera "Die Walküre"
Ария "Mild und leise"/Смъртта на Изолда из трето действие на операта "Тристан и Изолда"

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