Kanzone Des Herzogs: "O Wie So Trügerisch". B2. Arie Des Rigoletto: "Feile Sklaven". Soprano Vocals – Mimi Coertse. Tenor Vocals – Waldemar Kmentt. Matrix, Runout (Runout side A): 16378 X-2.
Waldemar Kmentt (Wien, 2 February 1929 – Ibidem, 21 January 2015) was an Austrian operatic tenor, who was particularly associated with the German repertory, both opera and operetta. Born in Vienna, Kmentt studied at the Vienna Music Academy, first the piano, and later voice with Adolf Vogel, Elisabeth Radó and Hans Duhan. In 1950, he sang the tenor-solo part in Beethoven's Ninth Symphony under Karl Böhm
This album was released on the label Bertelsmann Schallplattenring (catalog number 16 361). Format of the release is. Vinyl, 7". 45 RPM. The album included the following session artists: Alto Vocals. Composed By. Giuseppe Verdi.
Includes FREE MP3 version of this album. In addition to the opera itself - which features Hilde Gueden, Regina Resnik, Waldemar Kmentt, Erberhard Waechter, Walter Berry, and Erich Kunz - the Gala Scene includes appearances by Renata Tebaldi, Mario Del Monaco, Joan Sutherland, and Leontyne Price. Von Karajan is at the peak of his mastery of the conductor's podium.
Gundula Janowitz, Hilde Rössel Majdan, Waldemar Kmentt, Walter Berry, Wiener Singverein, Berlin Philharmonic & Herbert von Karajan 2004. First intending to pursue a career as a pianist, Kmentt later studied singing at the Vienna Academy of Music with Hans Duhan, Elisabeth Rado, and Adolf Vogel. At that time, he was selected to tour Belgium and the Netherlands with a student opera ensemble that included two singers who would later achieve considerable fame: tenor Fritz Uhl and bass baritone Walter Berry. Kmentt's formal debut took place in 1950 with a performance in Vienna of Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 conducted by Karl Böhm.
In 1998 Mimi Coertse and Neels Hansen founded The Black Tie Ensemble, a development project which enables young, classically trained singers to bridge the gap between training and professional performance. This project has developed into the most exciting classical singing ensemble in South Africa, and is now on the brink of becoming a vibrant, new, young opera company.
Waldemar Świerzy, photo: Włodzimierz Wasyluk. Polish School of Posters. Waldemar Świerzy, Sunset Bouleard, 1957, photo: courtesy of Śląsk Museum. wierzy, who belongs to the select group of Poland's finest poster artists, was one of the founders of the Polish school of posters in the 1960s and 1970s. He says that that the choice of his future profession was influenced by his studying under the excellent graphic artist and teacher Jozef Mroszczak
University of Hawaii Maui College.
So wie um den Sonnenball" (Octavio, Giuditta, Lolitta, Martini, Ibrahim, Barrymore, Chor). We have song's lyrics, which you can find out below. Org R, W, H, D, O Rudolf Moralt, Waldemar Kmentt, Hilde Gueden, Das Wiener, Der Wiener Staatsopernchor, Oskar Czerwenka.
Coertse, born in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, matriculated at the Helpmekaar Girls High School in Johannesburg. She began vocal studies in South Africa in 1949. In July 1953 she married the broadcaster and composer Dawid Engela. She left South Africa in September 1953 for London, and then went via The Hague to Vienna. In January 1954 she started training with Maria Hittorff and Josef Witt. Mimi Coertse: I have pleasant memories of your distinctive timbre and your sweet but never too sentimental voice. This voice could convey situations, fates of women, and feelings in a realistic way: when MIMI COERTSE sang and acted the distraction of LUCIA, the despair of NORMA, the grief of KONSTANZE, the threatening doll-like appearance of OLYMPIA or the fear of death of VIOLETTA VALERY, the audience was deeply moved.
Performer: mit Mimi Coertse, Sonja Draxler, Waldemar Kmentt, Walter Berry
Title: O wie so trügerisch
Size MP3: 1244 mb
Size FLAC: 1250 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
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