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Fritz Wunderlich - Sacred Music

Fritz Wunderlich - Sacred Music

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Stories about Wunderlich's meteoric rise to success, his incredibly heavy workload or his seemingly effortless acquisition of new repertoire have been told again and again – sometimes painting an idealized and sometimes a distorted picture of the artist. The nine installments of the SWR retrospective that have been released by SWR CLASSIC to this day feature Fritz Wunderlich as a singer of songs, (an unequalled) Mozart tenor, a brilliant interpreter of the greatest tenor hits, a fascinating singer of operettas and as a tasteful interpreter of light music, to name but a few of the genres that made up his repertoire. Though Fritz Wunderlich remains until today a widely appreciated and admired singer, there are some facets to his artistic side that are still relatively unknown. The tenth and last installment presents Fritz Wunderlich as an interpreter of the big works of sacred music, an aspect that has to be considered as an essential part of his artistic profile.

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Product Description:

  • Release Date: March 12, 2021

  • UPC: 747313909582

  • Catalog Number: SWR19095CD

  • Label: SWR Classic

  • Number of Discs: 7

  • Composer: Frank Martin, George Frideric Handel, Giuseppe Verdi, Johann Sebastian Bach, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

  • Conductor: Theodor Egel

  • Orchestra/Ensemble: Freiburg Bach Choir, Freiburg Philharmonic Orchestra, Southwest German Radio Symphony Orchestra, Stuttgart Bach Choir, Stuttgart Philharmonia Choir, Stuttgart Radio Choir, Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra

  • Performer: Agnes Giebel, Friedhelm Hessenbruch, Fritz Wunderlich, Gottlob Frick, Hans-Joachim Rotzsch, Heinz Rehfuss, Herbert Brauer, Horst Günter, Ira Malaniuk, Marga Höffgen, Margarethe Bence, Maria Stader, Otto von Rohr, Paul Sandoz, Tilla Briem, Valerie Bak, Wolfgang Dallmann