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Lieder and operatic arias Stunning performance by Rose Pauly in best sound ever. This Elektra and the astonishing Salome final scene from a New York Philharmonic concert with Barbirolli in make clear that she is of the same caliber as any of them.
Her vocal brilliance and steely power, combined with a sufficient warmth of tone to provide vocal beauty as well as sheer volume, are part of the picture. But of equal importance is her understanding and communication of the text.
Her rage and hatred are reflected in her tone, as is the ecstasy when she recognizes her brother. For those to whom Elektra is an important work, it would be essential to get to know this recording.
The excerpts from the all Strauss New York Philharmonic concert are valuable too, giving us more documentation of the art of John Barbirolli.
Then comes the other highlight of this set: Pauly manages to convey the sense, through vocal color and phrasing, that this girl is indeed a teenager. At the same time, she rides the orchestra with power.
This is one of the great recording performances of this scene. The excerpts from Die gyptische Helena are immensely valuable. The conducting strikingly beautifulnot surprising since it is Fritz Busch.
These four scenes, as well as the Ford Hour broadcast from Detroit of Allerseelen with Reiner, are extremely gratifying extras in this set, as is the Fidelio aria. The transfers are all infinitely superior to what has been around before of this material.
The essays by Caniell himself and by London Green are illuminating, stimulating, and models of what we would hope to find in historical re-issues but almost never do. And the artwork and photographs are up to the same level.
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