Kurt Masur dirigiert Beethovens "Neunte" (1970, Stolte, Prenzlow, Neumann, Vogel)

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In Memoriam Kurt Masur (1927 - 2015): Die erste Fernseh-"Neunte"!
Ludwig van Beethoven: Sinfonie Nr. 9 d-moll op. 125 mit dem Schluss-Chor über Schillers Ode "An die Freude" (Masur - Stolte, Prenzlow; Neumann, Vogel - 1970)
Adele Stolte, Sopran
Gertraud Prenzlow, Mezzosopran
Günter Neumann, Tenor
Siegfried Vogel, Bass
Dirigent: Kurt Masur
Apollo-Saal 1970 (erste Fernsehübertragung der "Neunten"!)

Kurt Masur dirigiert Beethovens "Neunte" (1970, Stolte, Prenzlow, Neumann, Vogel) скачать видео - Download

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