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The Flying Dutchman - Overture - Wagner* - The Best Of Wagner (CD)

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  1. Best Of Wagner Wilhelm Richard Wagner , occupies a pivotal position in not only the annals of classical music, but in all of art. Through his 13 magnificent, completed Romantic operas he achieved a "Gesamtkunstwerk" union of the arts by combining music, poetry, artistic staging and drama, without any one of them predominating, giving.
  2. Browse: Wagner - Der fliegende Holländer: Overture This page lists all sheet music of Der fliegende Holländer: Overture (The Flying Dutchman Overture) by Richard Wagner (). Showing 1 - .
  3. Feb 11,  · Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America Der fliegende Hollander (The Flying Dutchman): Overture · Bayreuth Festival Orchestra The Bayreuth Festival Original Recordings, CD 1 ℗ Jube.
  4. The Flying Dutchman Listening Guide The overture is played by the orchestra and introduces the audience to the leitmotifs that will be heard throughout the opera. We begin the overture in the mythological world of the Dutchman and his crew. First the Dutchman’s theme is played by the French horns then echoed in the low brass. The musical theme of.
  5. Wagner* - London Philharmonic Orchestra*, Edward Downes: Wagner* - London Philharmonic Orchestra*, Edward Downes - The Flying Dutchman Overture; The Mastersingers Of Nuremberg; Siegfried Idyll; Rienzi Overture ‎ (Cass) Classics For Pleasure: .
  6. The Flying Dutchman (Overture) / The Mastersingers (Prelude)-Two Wagner masterpieces in Eulenburg study score format complete with high quality NAXOS recording. GBP - Sold by Musicroom UK Similar items.
  7. Oct 07,  · The most familiar excerpt from The Flying Dutchman is probably its tempestuous Overture, a sort of tone poem that tells the opera's complete story, .
  8. THE FLYING DUTCHMAN – Richard Wagner Wil­helm Richard Wag­n­er was born in Leipzig on 22 May, and died in Venice on 13 Feb­ru­ary, Der Fliegende Hol­län­der (The Fly­ing Dutch­man) was writ­ten to the composer’s own libret­to.
  9. The musical introduction that is heard at the beginning of The Flying Dutchman is called the overture. An overture is an orchestral composition that helps set the mood of the opera. Wagner effectively uses this overture to not only set the mood for the work, but also as a means of introducing the musical material and leitmotifs that he will later.

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