Synonyms for dernesch or Related words with dernesch

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Examples of "dernesch"
Albrecht/Dernesch/Ludwig/Lilowa/Chauvet/Schöne/Ghiuselev,
Albrecht/Gessendorf/Marsh/Dernesch/Lipovšek/Hiestermann/Adam,
Albrecht/Rossmanith/Dernesch/Ombuena Valls/Duesing,
Albrecht/Varady/Dernesch/Lorand/Knutson/Götz/Holm/Boysen/Fischer-Dieskau/Plöcker,
In 1969 Ethuin conducted a cycle of "Der Ring des Nibelungen" in Rouen with an international cast including Ludmila Dvořáková, Helga Dernesch, Richard Holm, Gustav Neidlinger and Kurt Moll.
His discography includes Act I of "Die Walküre" (with Helga Dernesch, conducted by Otto Klemperer), "Mathis der Maler" (as Schwalb, with Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau and James King, conducted by Rafael Kubelík, 1979), and, perhaps most importantly, "Die Soldaten" (opposite Nancy Shade, 1988–89).
Helga Dernesch (born 3 February 1939 in Vienna) is an Austrian soprano and mezzo-soprano. Her career has taken her through four successive phases: from mezzo-soprano to lyric soprano to dramatic soprano and after about 1980 back to mezzo again. "Her voice had great richness and power, and her strikingly handsome stage appearance and intense acting made her a compelling performer."
Troades is a 1986 German-language opera by Aribert Reimann based on Euripides' "The Trojan Women". A recording of the premiere featuring Helga Dernesch and Nicole Heesters, conducted by Gerd Albrecht was recorded and issued on LP and CD by EMI.
International soloists with whom he performed included Larry Adler; Moira Anderson; Nicola Benedetti; Shirley Bassey; Alfie Boe;Sarah Brightman; Ronald Rrautigam; Marlene Dietrich; Helga Dernesch; Maria Ewing; Michael Feinstein; James Galway; Evelyn Glennie; Chloe Hanslip; Van Johnson;Nigel Kennedy; Elaine Stritch; Lebeque Sisters; Julian Lloyd-Webber; Tasmin Little; Benjamin Luxon; Kenneth McKellar; Sherrill Milnes; Julia Migenes:Denis O'Neill; Joshua Rifkin; George Shearing; Mel Tormé; Robert Tear; Willard White.
A revised production by Nikolaus Lehnhoff first seen in the Cuvilliés Theatre, Munich in 1992 was brought to London by the English National Opera (ENO) in 1996. A DVD of this production, recorded in Munich in 1994 by Bavarian State Opera, has been released with Wolfgang Sawallisch conducting and with a cast including François le Roux in the title role, Mari Anne Häggander as Natalie and William Cochran and Helga Dernesch as the Elector and Electress.
Her recordings include "Peter Grimes" in both audio and video formats, as well as the "War Requiem" (Chandos). She took part in 1957 performances (conducted by Antony Hopkins) of sacred works by Michel-Richard Delalande, recorded in LP format on the L'Oiseau-Lyre label; these pieces had never previously found their way to disc. Superb renditions in the 1970s (conducted by Sir Georg Solti) are now available, notably Mahler's 8th Symphony with Watts, Minton, Popp, Kollo, Shirley-Quirk and Talvela (Chicago Symphony Orchestra, 1972, Decca) and Strauss's "Die Frau ohne Schatten" with Dernesch, Hesse, King and Berry (Covent Garden, 1976, Fiori). More recently, a live concert performance of Britten's "Our Hunting Fathers" has been issued on the London Philharmonic Orchestra's own label.
Although the roles of the Rhinemaidens are relatively small, they have been sung by notable singers better known for performing major roles in Wagnerian and other repertoire. The first person to sing the part of Woglinde in full was Lilli Lehmann at Bayreuth in 1876. In 1951, when the Bayreuth Festival re-opened after the Second World War, the same part was taken by Elisabeth Schwarzkopf. Other Bayreuth Rhinemaidens include Helga Dernesch who sang Wellgunde there between 1965 and 1967. Lotte Lehmann played Wellgunde at the Hamburg State Opera between 1912 and 1914 and the Vienna State Opera in 1916. Recorded Rhinemaidens have included Sena Jurinac for Furtwängler and RAI, Lucia Popp and Gwyneth Jones for Georg Solti, and Helen Donath and Edda Moser for Karajan.
Born in Vienna, Dernesch studied at the Vienna Hochschule für Musik before making her debut in 1961 singing Marina in "Boris Godunov" in Bern. She continued to sing in Bern from 1961 to 1963, in Wiesbaden 1963-1965 and at the Cologne Opera from 1965 to 1968. She made her first appearance in Bayreuth (as Wellgunde in "Der Ring des Nibelungen") in 1965. Two years later she was singing Elisabeth in "Tannhäuser" there, and Sieglinde with the Bayreuth Festival on tour in Osaka. She made her first appearance at the Salzburg Easter Festival in 1969. With Scottish Opera she performed Gutrune (1968), her first Leonore (1970), the Marschallin (1971), Brünnhilde, Isolde, Ariadne, and Cassandra.
Krenn received his first musical training as a member of the boys' choir Wiener Sängerknaben. He later studied bassoon and was principal bassoonist of the Wiener Symphoniker from 1962 to 1966. His singing talents were recognized, embarked upon voice lessons with Elisabeth Rado. Krenn made his operatic debut in "The Fairy Queen" at the Berlin Deutsche Oper. He made a number of notable recordings of Schubert in the late 1960s. He was a regular performer with the Vienna State Opera in the 1970s. Krenn performed in Salzburg in Beethoven’s "Missa Solemnis", conducted by Herbert von Karajan. "The Musical Times" said of him in 1971, "Werner Krenn's voice is sweet and true and earnest". He has performed with the Scottish Opera and the BBC International Concert at the Royal Festival Hall. His wife is the soprano Helga Dernesch.
Karajan did not record the opera officially until 1971–72. Karajan's selection of a lighter soprano voice (Helga Dernesch) as Isolde, paired with an extremely intense Jon Vickers and the unusual balance between orchestra and singers favoured by Karajan was controversial. In the 1980s recordings by conductors such as Carlos Kleiber, Reginald Goodall and Leonard Bernstein were mostly considered to be important for the interpretation of the conductor, rather than that of the lead performers. The set by Kleiber is notable as Isolde was sung by the famous Mozartian soprano Margaret Price, who never sang the role of Isolde on stage. The same is true for Plácido Domingo, who sang the role of Tristan to critical acclaim in the 2005 EMI release under the baton of Antonio Pappano despite never having sung the role on stage. In the last ten years acclaimed sets include a studio recording with the Berlin Philharmonic by Daniel Barenboim and a live set from the Vienna Staatsoper led by Christian Thielemann.
Later in her career (from 1980 onwards), she undertook the title role of "Elektra" as well as Isolde (in "Tristan und Isolde"), the Dyer's Wife (in "Die Frau ohne Schatten"), Turandot and Minnie (in "La fanciulla del West"). While best known for her work in the Wagner-Strauss-Puccini repertoire, her versatility enabled her to take on other roles, such as Poppea (in "L'incoronazione di Poppea"), Hanna Glawari (in "The Merry Widow") and Norma. Starting from the 1990s, other than the aforementioned parts, she went on to sing Widow Begbick ("Mahagonny"), Ortrud (in "Lohengrin"), the Woman in Arnold Schoenberg's "Erwartung", the Kostelnicka (in "Jenůfa"), the Kabanicha (in "Káťa Kabanová"), the Woman in Poulenc's "La voix humaine", Ruth (in "The Pirates of Penzance"), Gertrud (in "Hänsel und Gretel"), Herodias (in "Salome") and Klytemnästra (in "Elektra"). She appeared as the Dyers Wife in "Die Frau ohne Schatten" at the Cologne Opera in 1980 in a production by Jean Pierre Ponnelle, conducted by John Pritchard, with Walter Berry as the Dyer, Róbert Ilosfalvy as the Emperor, Siv Wennberg as the Empress, and Helga Dernesch as the "Amme".