Hans weber obituary - Proximus

Ernst van t Hoff Tony Jongenelen - Hans Mossel AVRO Dance Orchestra!


Today it is exactly 75 years ago that the recordings here presented were made during a Radio broadcast for the Dutch avro. Luckely they were discovered and...



Joseph Keilberth Wagner - Götterdämmerung, Siegfrieds Death & Funeral March


Joseph Keilberth (April 19, 1908 July 20, 1968) was a German conductor who specialized in opera. He started his career in the State Theatre of his native city,...



Comedian Jon Schau about his Near-Death Experience (2:2) (Spanish subtitles)


(part 2:2) Jon Schau was the first one in Norway being alone on stage doing stand-up. He received an enormous success and was called the funniest guy in...



In memoriam Hans Werner Henze: Epitaph for violoncello Maninger


Hans Werner Henze: Epitaph for violoncello Olaf Maninger, violoncello Recorded at the Berlin Philharmonie, The Berliner Philharmoniker...



Franz Wüllner,Te Deum.


Wüllner was born in Münster and studied in his native place, and at Frankfurt, Berlin, Brussels, and Munich. Among his teachers was Anton Schindler, who styled...



Hans Gàl: Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 67


Hans Gàl (1890-1987) Cello Concerto in E minor, Op. 67 I. Allegro moderato II. Andante 14:18 iii. Allegretto vivace e con spirito 20:52 Antonio Meneses, cello...



Wagner Hans Knappertsbusch, 1957: Tannhauser Overture and Venusberg Music


Digitized from the LP shown above, issued in 1958 on the London label, catalogue number LL-800. Hans Knappertsbusch wurde als Sohn eines Elberfelder...



Elisabeth Grümmer, Wie nahte mir der Schlummer, Weber: Der Freischütz (rec. 1955)


The great German soprano Elisabeth Grümmer (1911-1986) in Agathes solo scene, Wie nahte mir der Schlummer... Leise, leise from Act 2 of Webers Der...



German Soprano Erna Sack - Johann Strauss Frühlingsstimmen, 1940


Frühlingsstimmen (The Voices of Spring) Walzer (Joh. Strauss) - Erna Sack, Koloratur-Sopran v. d. Staatsoper Dresden mit Orchester der Reichsoper Berlin dir.



Ludwig Weber Hoiho! Hoihohoho! (Götterdämmerung)


Unfortunately this cilp is over 10 minutes so I cant post the whole thing. But just enjoy the opening, his voice is worth it! Austrian bass. He was born and died in...