Vienna State Opera Chorus

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MOZART Die Zauberflöte
MOZART Symphony No. 39 in E flat

Die Zauberflöte Recorded Salzburg, 6 August 1951. Total duration: 2hr 51:54
Symphony No. 39 Recorded Berlin, 8 February 1944. Total duration: 27:59

Wilma Lipp, Königin Der Nacht
Irmgard Seefried, Pamina
Anton Dermota, Tamino
Vienna State Opera Chorus
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
Wilhelm Furtwängler,
Conductor

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WEBER Der Freischütz

    Recorded live in Salzburg, 1954
    Total duration: 2hr 30:58 

    Chorus of the Vienna State Opera
    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra

    conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler

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    J STRAUSS II Die Fledermaus

    Recorded 1960
    Total duration: 1hr 57:05

    Hilde Gueden
    Waldemar Kmentt
    Erika Köth
    Regina Resnik
    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra & State Opera Chorus
    Herbert von Karajan
    , conductor
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    J STRAUSS II Die Fledermaus: Ballet & Gala (various composers)

    J STRAUSS II Waltzes and Overtures

    Recorded Vienna 1960 and Berlin 1940-42
    Total duration: 74:28

    Renata Tebaldi, Birgit Nilsson,
    Jussi Björling, Leontyne Price
    Ettore Bastianini, Joan Sutherland
    Ljuba Welitsch et al
    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra & State Opera Chorus
    Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra
    Herbert von Karajan, conductor
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    J STRAUSS II Die Fledermaus

    Recorded 1950
    Total duration: 1hr 32:28

    Soloists
    Vienna State Opera Chorus
    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    Conductor: Clemens Krauss

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    R. STRAUSS Der Rosenkavalier (abridged)

    Recorded 20-24 September, 1933
    Total duration: 118:26

    Lehmann, Olszewska, Mayr, Schumann et al
    Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
    conducted by Robert Heger