Die Entführung aus dem Serail discography

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This is a partial discography of the Singspiel Die Entführung aus dem Serail by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, which was premiered at the Burgtheater in Vienna on 16 July 1782. As of January 2012, at least 52 complete recordings were in circulation: 18 videos, 17 studio audio recordings, and at least 17 live audio recordings.

Audio recordings[edit]

Year Cast: Konstanze,
Blonde,
Belmonte,
Pedrillo,
Osmin
Conductor,
opera house and orchestra
Label
1945 Elisabeth Schwarzkopf,
Emmy Loose,
Anton Dermota,
Peter Klein,
Herbert Alsen
Rudolf Moralt,
Wiener Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester
Gala,
Cat: GL100.501
1949 Sarai Barabas,
Rita Streich,
Anton Dermota,
Helmut Krebs,
Josef Greindl
Ferenc Fricsay,
RIAS-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
Walhall,
Cat: WLCD 0043
1950 Wilma Lipp,
Emmy Loose,
Walther Ludwig,
Peter Klein,
Endre Koréh
Josef Krips,
Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
Decca,
Cat: LXT 2536-2538
1954 Maria Stader,
Rita Streich,
Ernst Haefliger,
Martin Vantin,
Josef Greindl
Ferenc Fricsay,
RIAS-Symphonie-Orchester
Deutsche Grammophon,
Cat: 457730
1956 Erika Köth,
Hanny Steffek,
Anton Dermota,
Murray Dickie,
Josef Greindl
Karl Böhm,
Chor und Sinfonieorchester des Hessischen Rundfunks, Frankfurt
Walhall Eternity Series,
Cat: WLCD 0188
1956 Lois Marshall,
Ilse Hollweg,
Léopold Simoneau,
Gerhard Unger,
Gottlob Frick
Sir Thomas Beecham,
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Beecham Choral Society
Columbia,
Cat: 33CX 1462–3
1961 Ruth-Margret Pütz,
Renate Holm,
Fritz Wunderlich,
Erwin Wohlfahrt,
Gyorgy Littasy
István Kertész,
Mozartium Orchester, Wiener Staatsopernchor
Operadepot.com
1965 Erika Köth,
Lotte Schadle,
Fritz Wunderlich,
Friedrich Lenz,
Kurt Böhme
Eugen Jochum,
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Bavarian Radio Symphony Chorus
Deutsche Grammophon,
Cat: 459424
1966 Anneliese Rothenberger,
Lucia Popp,
Nicolai Gedda,
Gerhard Unger,
Gottlob Frick
Josef Krips,
Vienna Philharmonic, Vienna State Opera Chorus
EMI Classics,
Cat: 63263
1967 Ingeborg Hallstein,
Reri Grist,
Luigi Alva,
Gerhard Unger,
Fernando Corena
Zubin Mehta,
Vienna Philharmonic, Vienna State Opera Chorus
Salzburg Festival
Video Artists International
Cat: VAI DVD 4521
1967 Mattiwilda Dobbs
Jenifer Eddy
Nicolai Gedda
John Fryatt
Noel Mangin
Yehudi Menuhin,
The Bath Festival Orchestra, Ambrosian Singers
Abbey Road Studios recording in English
Chandos Records,
Cat: CHAN 3081[1]
1973 Arleen Auger,
Reri Grist,
Peter Schreier,
Harald Neukirch,
Kurt Moll
Karl Böhm,
Staatskapelle Dresden, Leipzig Radio Chorus
Deutsche Grammophon,
Cat: 429868
1978 Christiane Eda-Pierre,
Norma Burrowes,
Stuart Burrows,
Robert Tear,
Robert Lloyd
Sir Colin Davis,
Academy of St Martin in the Fields, John Alldis Choir
CD: Phillips,
Cat: 422 810-2
1985 Edita Gruberová,
Kathleen Battle,
Gösta Winbergh,
Heinz Zednik,
Martti Talvela
Sir Georg Solti,
Vienna Philharmonic, Vienna State Opera Chorus
CD Label: Warner Music France; also Teldec.
1989 Yvonne Kenny,
Lillian Watson,
Peter Schreier,
Wilfred Gahmlich,
Matti Salminen
Nikolaus Harnoncourt,
Chor des Opernhauses Zürich, Mozartorchester des Opernhauses Zürich
CD: Decca,
Cat: 417402
1990 Lynne Dawson,
Marianne Hirsti,
Uwe Heilmann,
Wilfried Gahmlich,
Gunter von Kannen
Christopher Hogwood,
Academy of Ancient Music, Academy of Ancient Music Chorus
CD: L'Oiseau-Lyre,
Cat: 473804
1991 Luba Orgonášová,
Cyndia Sieden,
Stanford Olsen,
Uwe Peper,
Cornelius Hauptmann
John Eliot Gardiner,
English Baroque Soloists, Monteverdi Choir
CD: Archiv,
Cat: 458102
1997 Christine Schäfer,
Patricia Petibon,
Ian Bostridge,
Iain Paton,
Alan Ewing
William Christie,
Les Arts Florissants
CD: Erato,
Cat: 3984-25490-2 [2]
1999 Yelda Kodalli,
Desirée Rancatore,
Paul Groves,
Lynton Atkinson,
Peter Rose
Sir Charles Mackerras,
Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Chorus
CD: Telarc,
Cat: 80544
2015 Diana Damrau,
Anna Prohaska,
Rolando Villazón,
Paul Schweinester,
Franz-Josef Selig
Yannick Nézet-Séguin,
Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Vocalensemble Rastatt
CD: Deutsche Grammophon

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