Tristan  (von Karajan;  Modl, Vinay, Hotter, Malaniuk, Weber, Uhde)  (3-Walhall 0001)
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Tristan  (von Karajan;  Modl, Vinay, Hotter, Malaniuk, Weber, Uhde)  (3-Walhall 0001)
OP0474. TRISTAN UND ISOLDE, Live Performance, 23 July, 1952, w.von Karajan Cond. Bayreuth Festival Ensemble; Martha Mödl, Ramon Vinay, Hans Hotter, Ludwig Weber, Hermann Uhde, Ira Malaniuk, Gerhard Stolze, etc. (E.U.) 3-Walhall 0001. Very long out-of-print, Final Copy! - 4035122650013

CRITIC REVIEWS:

"Chilean-born Ramon Vinay began his operatic career as a baritone (Mexico City, 1938), singing many of the major baritone roles, but after study with tenor René Maison, he began a second career as a tenor (Mexico City, 1943), and after a long, distinguished career as a tenor, returned to the baritone repertoire in the 1960s, retiring in 1969 with a final Iago. He was most noted for tenor roles requiring great heft and power. His services were in demand everywhere."

- Charles H. Parsons, AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, May/June, 2006





�Before M�dl has sung a dozen bars, we know this Isolde�s situation and personality vividly and fully: the bottled-up fury, the sour regret, the quick intelligence running to irony � it�s all here in M�dl�s opening phrases. This is one of the richest and most penetrating character portrayals I have ever heard on records. The other singers are fine too, and so of course is Karajan�.an important TRISTAN for anyone who loves the work.�

- William Youngren, FANFARE, Nov./Dec., 2002