Tannhauser   (Ludwig;  Suthaus, Greindl, Suthaus, Musial, Buchner, Fischer-Dieskau, Liebing, Nissen)   (3-Gebhardt 0020)
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Tannhauser   (Ludwig;  Suthaus, Greindl, Suthaus, Musial, Buchner, Fischer-Dieskau, Liebing, Nissen)   (3-Gebhardt 0020)
OP2766. TANNHÄUSER, Live Performance, 9 Dec., 1949, w.Ludwig Cond. Berlin Städtischen Oper Ensemble; Musial, Buchner, Greindl, Suthaus, Fischer-Dieskau, Liebing, Nissen, etc.; LUDWIG SUTHAUS: Arias & Duet (w.Blatter) from Lohengrin, Tiefland & Aïda, recorded 1942-49. (Germany) 3-Gebhardt 0020. Long out-of-print, final copies! - 4035122000207

CRITIC REVIEWS:

“Ludwig Suthaus was one of the most important heldentenors in the 1930-51s era. His baritone-based voice was one of great power coupled with sensitivity to text and music. He was able to scale his operatic voice down to the simplicity of a lieder recital. He could produce a warmth of color with ease. Brilliant high notes were also part of his vocal arsenal.”

- Charles H. Parsons, AMERICAN RECORD GUIDE, Sept./Oct., 2007



“Josef Greindl was considered as one of the greatest Wagner singers of his time. He had a powerfully expressive bass voice, whose clarity of declamation exhibited his stylistic projecting ability. Josef Greindl was equally convincing in dramatic and Buffo rôles. He also excelled in concert singing.”

- Aryeh Oron