OP0125. ELEKTRA (Concert Version), Live Performance, 9 March, 1958, w.Mitropoulos Cond. NYPO; Inge Borkh, Blanche Thebom, Frances Yeend, David Lloyd, Giorgio Tozzi, etc. (Slovenia) 2-Living Stage 4035179, Carnegie Hall. Long out-of-print, final copy! - 3830025741803
“Borkh was one of the great heldensoprans of the 1950s and 1960s. A consummate singing-actress with a distinctive voice and a strikingly beautiful woman, Borkh made her mark on the pages of opera history as a stunning Salome and Elektra.”
- Charles H. Parsons, AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, July/Aug., 2007
[Borkh] was a Teutonic Callas – hysterical, a wild beast in every sense, but a brilliant singer.
- Georg Solti, MEMOIRS, p.76
"In a field long dominated by Europeans, Ms. Thebom was part of the first midcentury wave of American opera singers to attain international careers. Associated with the Met from the mid-1940s to the mid-1960s, she was praised by critics for her warm voice, attentive phrasing and sensitive acting."
- Margalit Fox, THE NEW YORK TIMES, 28 March, 2010