Synonyms for gutrune or Related words with gutrune

fricka              waltraute              ortrud              papagena              sieglinde              pamina              wellgunde              konstanze              kundry              sarastro              gurnemanz              marschallin              papageno              wesendonck              tochter              marzelline              telramund              varnay              giselher              woglinde              beckmesser              hunding              fasolt              zerbinetta              thimig              iphigenie              prinzessin              lyrische              schauspieler              amfortas              braut              frasquita              flosshilde              siegfrieds              pogner              florentinische              nichte              chrysothemis              gattin              beethovens              thalbach              hochzeit              wenschkewitz              witwe              ekstase              wirtin              kurwenal              leonore              blondchen              eysoldt             



Examples of "gutrune"
She sang Gutrune in James Levine's "Der Ring des Nibelungen".
The act begins in the Hall of the Gibichungs, a population dwelling by the Rhine. Gunther, lord of the Gibichungs, sits enthroned. His half-brother and chief minister, Hagen, advises him to find a wife for himself and a husband for their sister Gutrune. He suggests Brünnhilde for Gunther's wife, and Siegfried for Gutrune's husband. He reminds Gutrune that he has given her a potion that she can use to make Siegfried forget Brünnhilde and fall in love with Gutrune; under its influence, Siegfried will win Brünnhilde for Gunther. Gunther and Gutrune agree enthusiastically with this plan.
Brünnhilde: Astrid Varnay; Siegfried: Bernd Aldenhoff; Hagen: Ludwig Weber; Alberich: Heinrich Pflanzl; Gunther: Hermann Uhde; Gutrune: Martha Mödl;
Brünnhilde: Astrid Varnay; Siegfried: Bernd Aldenhoff; Hagen: Ludwig Weber; Alberich: Heinrich Pflanzl; Gunther: Hermann Uhde; Gutrune: Martha Mödl;
She debuted as Gutrune in Wagner's "Götterdämmerung" with the Stockholm Opera in 1917. She remained one of the leading singers there until 1926 when began her international career.
Gudrun is a major figure in early Germanic literature that is centred on the hero Sigurd, son of Sigmund. She appears as Kriemhild in the "Nibelungenlied" and as Gutrune in Wagner's "Der Ring des Nibelungen".
From 1954 to 1956, she appeared at Bayreuth, as Elisabeth, Freya, Sieglinde, Gutrune and Eva. Two Wagnerian roles she performed elsewhere, Senta and Elsa, she never performed there, however, due to a breach in 1957 with the Wagner family.
Back in the Gibichung Hall, Gutrune awaits Siegfried's return. Hagen arrives ahead of the funeral party. Gutrune is devastated when Siegfried's corpse is brought in. Gunther blames Siegfried's death on Hagen, who replies that Siegfried had incurred the penalty of his false oath, and further, claims the ring on Siegfried's finger by right of conquest. When Gunther objects, Hagen appeals to the vassals to support his claim. Gunther draws his sword but Hagen attacks and easily kills him. However, as Hagen moves to take the ring, Siegfried's hand rises threateningly. Hagen recoils in fear.
Sharp appeared in her Bayreuth performances on film – the "Ring" cycle filmed in 1980 and "Parsifal" in 1982. She sang Waldvogel and Gutrune in the 1983 "Ring" digital recording with Marek Janowski conducting the , with Theo Adam as Wotan, Jessye Norman as Sieglinde, Siegfried Jerusalem as Siegmund, and René Kollo as Siegfried.
Dvořáková was married to conductor Rudolf Vašata (d. 1982), a pupil of Václav Talich, whom she met in Ostrava and with whom she recorded an LP of Wagner operatic excerpts. She was Gutrune on the Karl Böhm recording of "Götterdämmerung" in 1967.
Bode performed at the Bayreuth Festival from 1968 to 1978, including Elsa in "Lohengrin" (from 1971) and Eva in "Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg" (from 1973). She performed several parts in the Jahrhundertring, the 1976 centenary performance of Wagner's "Der Ring des Nibelungen", staged by Patrice Chéreau, Sieglinde in "Die Walküre", and Gutrune and the third Norn in "Götterdämmerung".
Isabel Strauss [Strauß] (1928-1973) was a German operatic soprano. She appeared in Munich, Bern, Amsterdam, and Brussels, as well as singing Gutrune in Wieland Wagner's 1963 production of "Götterdämmerung", in Cologne. Also in 1963, she portrayed Marta in a film of "Tiefland".
Altmeyer studied with Lotte Lehmann in Santa Barbara and later at Salzburg. After winning the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions in 1970 and the Illinois Opera Guild Auditions in 1971, she made her début at the Metropolitan Opera as the Heavenly Voice in Verdi's "Don Carlos" on 25 September 1971. She sang Freia at the Lyric Opera of Chicago (1972), Salzburg Easter Festival (1973) and Covent Garden (1975). After several seasons at Stuttgart (1975–1979) she sang Sieglinde and Gutrune in Patrice Chéreau's production of the "The Ring Cycle" (1979) at the Bayreuth Festival, where she also sang Isolde (1986). Apart from her Wagnerian roles (which also include Elsa, Eva, Elisabeth, Gutrune and Brünnhilde), Altmeyer sang Agathe ("Der Freischütz"), Strauss's Ariadne, Salome and Chrysothemis, Lisa ("The Queen of Spades") and Leonore ("Fidelio"), which she sang at La Scala in 1990.
In the opera "Götterdämmerung", part of "The Ring Cycle", Hagen is portrayed as the half-brother of Gunther and Gutrune, illegitimately fathered by the dwarf Alberich (and so by extension Siegfried's step-cousin). He is similarly depicted as evil and cunning, acting under the influence of his father but for his own interests. He convinces Gunther and Brünnhilde that by marrying Gutrune, Siegfried has committed an act of perjury that justifies his murder, allowing Hagen to claim the ring. When Gunther objects to this claim Hagen kills him (and their sister dies in grief) but is too frightened to take the ring when Siegfried's corpse makes a threatening gesture. Brünnhilde takes the ring and returns it to the Rhinemaidens and Hagen is drowned in the river trying to reclaim it.
Siegfried appears at Gibichung Hall, seeking to meet Gunther. Gunther extends his hospitality to the hero, and Gutrune offers him the love potion. Unaware of the deception, Siegfried toasts Brünnhilde and their love. Drinking the potion, he loses his memory of Brünnhilde and falls in love with Gutrune instead. In his drugged state, Siegfried offers to win a wife for Gunther, who tells him about Brünnhilde and the magic fire which only a fearless person can cross. They swear blood-brotherhood (Hagen holds the drinking horn in which they mix their blood, but he does not join in the oath) and leave for Brünnhilde's rock. Hagen, left on guard duty, gloats that his so-called masters are unwittingly bringing the ring to him (Monologue: Hagen's watch).
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She appeared at the Bayreuth Festival first in 1973 as Waltraute in Wagner's "Die Walküre" and as Gutrune in "Götterdämmerung", performing these parts also the following two years. In 1975, she also appeared as Kundry in "Parsifal", singing the part also in 1976, 1977 and 1981. She appeared as Fricka in 1977 in the "Jahrhundertring", the centenary production of Wagner's "Der Ring des Nibelungen" staged by Patrice Chéreau and conducted by Pierre Boulez.
The 2009/2010 season saw Wilson debut as Aida for Opera Australia (Australia's national opera company). She is to repeat this role, returning to Valencia's Palau de les Arts (where she performed in the La Fura dels Baus Ring Cycle) under Zubin Mehta. She performed as Gutrune in "Götterdammerung" in Los Angeles Opera's controversial new Ring Cycle. She will also be giving major concert performances in New Orleans, Montreal and Tel Aviv
After singing operetta and lyric roles such as Marguerite in "Faust" for over a decade, Flagstad decided to take on heavier operatic roles such as "Tosca" and "Aida". The part of Aida helped to unleash Flagstad's dramatic abilities. In 1932, she took on the role of Isolde in Richard Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde" and appeared to have found her true voice. Ellen Gulbranson, a Swedish soprano at Bayreuth, persuaded Winifred Wagner to audition Flagstad for the Bayreuth Festival. Flagstad sang minor roles in 1933, but at the next season in 1934, she sang the roles of Sieglinde in "Die Walküre" and Gutrune in "Götterdämmerung" at the Festival, opposite Frida Leider as Brünnhilde.
Soon afterwards, she undertook further Wagnerian roles, in which she was to become especially famous. Her Sieglinde ("Die Walküre"), often performed opposite Kirsten Flagstad's Brünnhilde, won its own individual triumph, and resulted in an invitation to appear as a guest artist in the Rome Opera International season, where she made her debut as Sieglinde in March 1952 under Erich Kleiber, and sang the role several times during the season. In London with equal success she sang the roles of Senta ("The Flying Dutchman") and Gutrune ("Götterdämmerung"), and on 9 December 1952 was Isolde in the great Covent Garden revival of "Tristan und Isolde."