Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi. 8. Gleich Sind Wir Beide (1939). Ja, Nur Du Hast Dies Herz Mir Entwendet (1943). Conductor – Artur RotherOrchestra – ester Berlin. Composed By – Giuseppe Verdi. 10. Ihres Auges Himmlisch Strahlen (1942).
Karl Schmitt-Walter, Vol. 1: Opera, Operetta and Song, an album by Karl Schmitt-Walter, Norbert Schultze, Hans Schmidt-Isserstedt, Arthur Rother, Walter Lutze, Hansgeorg Otto, StudioConductor, Hans Schindler on this site. La traviata, Act II: Hat dein heimatliches Land keinen Reiz fur deinem Sinn (Sung in German) - Giuseppe Verdi, Berlin State Opera Orchestra, members, 4:130:30. Derfflinger: Heimat, du Inbegriff der Liebe - Berlin Deutsche Opera Orchestra, 3:200:30.
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Rigoletto is an opera in three acts by Giuseppe Verdi. The Italian libretto was written by Francesco Maria Piave based on the play Le roi s'amuse by Victor Hugo. It was first performed at La Fenice in Venice on March 11, 1851. It is considered by many to be the first of the operatic masterpieces of Verdi's middle-to-late career. Verdi was commissioned to write a new opera by the La Fenice opera house in Venice in 1850, at a time when he was already a well-known composer with a degree of freedom in choosing the works he would prefer to set to music
Rigoletto in Full Score Mineola: Dover Publications, 1992. Public Domain Composer. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
Act 1. Ch'io gli parli Giuseppe Verdi; Plácido Domingo; Walter Gullino; Piero Cappuccilli; Luigi De Corato; Dirk Sagemüller; Kurt Moll; Wiener Philharmoniker; Carlo Maria Giulini; Wiener Staatsopernchor. speranza ed anima Giuseppe Verdi; Ileana Cotrubas; Hanna Schwarz; Plácido Domingo; Walter Gullino; Dirk Sagemüller; Wiener Philharmoniker; Carlo Maria Giulini. 12. Act 1. Gualtier Maldè. Miratela Giuseppe Verdi; Ileana Cotrubas; Walter Gullino; Dirk Sagemüller; Luigi De Corato; Wiener Staatsopernchor; Wiener Philharmoniker; Carlo Maria Giulini.
Karl Schmitt-Walter (23 December 1900 - 14 January 1985) was a prominent German opera singer, particularly associated with Mozart and the more lyrical Wagner baritone roles. Schmitt-Walter was born in Germersheim. He studied in Nuremberg with Gustav Landauer, and made his debut there in 1921. He subsequently appeared at provincial opera houses in Oberhausen, Saarbrücken, Dortmund and Wiesbaden, building a reputation for vocal excellence as he went along.