- SKU: 18855499
- Release Date: 10/26/2010
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Richard Wagner's Siegfried is performed live before an appreciative audience at the Staatsoper Stuttgart in this release starring Jon Fredric West in the title role, and featuring music by the Staatsorchester Stuttgart performing under conductor Lothar Zagrosek. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Götterdämmerung (Staatsoper Stuttgart)
Die Walküre (Staatsoper Stuttgart)
Richard Wagner's 1870 Die Walküre - also known as "The Valkyrie" and the second installment in the Ring of the Nibelung tetralogy - sees the warrior Wotan (guided by the goddess Brunnhilde) and the dwarf sorcerer Alberich stealing the ring from Fafner the Dragon. Christoph Nel directed a production of this work at the Staatsoper Stuttgart from late 2002 through early 2003. The home video release of this production actually combines footage from two separate performances - on September 29, 2002 and January 2, 2003. The cast features Robert Gambill as Siegmund, Attila Jun as Hunding, Jan-Hendrik Rootering as Wotan, and Renata Behle as Brunnhilde. ~ Nathan Southern, Rovi
Das Rheingold (Staatsoper Stuttgart)
This performance of Wagner's opera Das Rheingold was recorded live at the Staatsoper Stuttgart in September and December of 2002. ~ Cammila Collar, Rovi