Synonyms for waltraute or Related words with waltraute

fricka              gutrune              sieglinde              pamina              papageno              kundry              schwertleite              wellgunde              siegrune              sarastro              papagena              ortrud              konstanze              gerhilde              zerbinetta              meistersinger              marschallin              helmwige              hunding              giselher              marzelline              witwe              ortlinde              lohengrin              walkure              rosenkavalier              fledermaus              gurnemanz              woglinde              parsifal              hochzeit              verlobung              geliebte              wesendonck              braut              schweigsame              beckmesser              rache              rossweisse              telramund              konzert              chrysothemis              verwandlung              isolde              wozzeck              schauspiel              flosshilde              kurwenal              versunkene              schatten             

Examples of "waltraute"
She made her Metropolitan Opera debut as Amneris in Aida on February 28, 1935. Her Met career was brief, with a total of eleven performances from 1935-1938 in the roles of Azucena, Fricka, Erda and Waltraute.
Mahnke made her debut at the Bayreuth Festival in 2013 as Fricka, Waltraute and Second Norne in Wagner's "Der Ring des Nibelungen". After repeating these parts the two following years, she appeared as Brangäne in "Tristan und Isolde" in 2016.
Meanwhile, Brünnhilde is visited by her Valkyrie sister Waltraute, who tells her that Wotan returned from his wanderings with his spear Gungnir shattered. Wotan is dismayed at losing his spear, as it has all the treaties and bargains he has made—everything that gives him power—carved into its shaft. Wotan ordered branches of Yggdrasil, the World tree, to be piled around Valhalla; sent his magic ravens to spy on the world and bring him news; and currently waits in Valhalla for the end. Waltraute begs Brünnhilde to return the ring to the Rhinemaidens, since the ring's curse is now affecting their father, Wotan. However, Brünnhilde refuses to relinquish Siegfried's token of love, and Waltraute rides away in despair.
In 1872, Richard Wagner heard Jaide perform in Darmstadt and was very impressed by her vocal and dramatic abilities. He invited her to take part in the first presentation of the complete Ring Cycle at the Bayreuth Festival in 1876. This was the first time that the third and fourth operas in the Ring cycle, "Siegfried" and "Götterdämmerung", were heard. Jaide played Erda in "Siegfried" at its première on August 16, 1876, and she played Waltraute in "Götterdämmerung" at its première on August 17, 1876. She also sang the role of Waltraute in Wagner's "Die Walküre" as part of the first complete Ring cycle on August 14, 1876.
Malaniuk appeared at La Scala in Milan, in the Ring Cycle under Wilhelm Furtwängler. She also made guest appearances at the Royal Opera House in London, the Paris Opéra, the Monte Carlo Opera, at the Salzburg Festival, the Bayreuth Festival in roles such as Magdalene, Fricka, Brangäne, Waltraute, Adelaide and Marina.
From 1962 she was invited to international festivals. She performed at the Bayreuth Festival, in 1962 as Rossweisse and Waltraute in "Der Ring des Nibelungen", the next year also Erda in "Das Rheingold" and "Siegfried", and a small part in "Parsifal". In 1965 she performed Rossweisse once more.
She turned to the works of Wagner in the 1994/95 season, performing Fricka and Waltraute in the Dortmund Ring cycle. From 1995 to 1997 at the Staatstheater Braunschweig, she appeared as Brangäne in Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde", Judith in Bartok's "Herzog Blaubarts Burg", Marie in Alban Berg's "Wozzeck" and Eboli in Verdi's "Don Carlos". She changed to singing soprano in 2012.
In 1922 the publication "The Grand Opera Singers of To-day" wrote:"When Mr. Dippel produced " "Die Walküre" in Chicago in December 1911, a portion of one of the reviews read as follows: ""Marta Wittkowski's splendid sonorous tones as Waltraute echoed from the mountain heights soaring superior to the sea of sound in the orchestra.""
opposite such Aidas as Gloria Davy, Florence Kirk, Zinka Milanov, Herva Nelli, Delia Rigal, Antonietta Stella, Renata Tebaldi, and Ljuba Welitsch among others. She also excelled in Wagner's operas at the Met, portraying the roles of Erda in "Das Rheingold", Magdalene in "Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg", Ortrud in "Lohengrin", Venus in "Tannhäuser", Waltraute in "Götterdämmerung", and Fricka in both "Die Walküre" and "Das Rheingold".
Sucher was born in Velburg. Her debut occurred in Munich in 1871 as Waltraute in "Die Walküre" and engagements followed in Berlin and Leipzig. She married Josef Sucher (1844-1908), a well-known conductor and composer in 1876, when he was conductor at the Leipzig city theatre.
From 1978 she appeared at the Bayreuth Festival, performing parts in the "Jahrhundertring", the centenary performance of Wagner's "Der Ring des Nibelungen" staged by Patrice Chéreau. She sang the part of Schwertleite in "Die Walküre" and Waltraute in "Götterdämmerung", also in the version filmed in 1980.
Reynolds first sang at the Metropolitan Opera in 1968–69, as Flosshilde in Wagner's "Das Rheingold", and she returned in the 1975 "Ring cycle" as Fricka in "Das Rheingold" and "Die Walküre", and Waltraute and the Second Norn in "Götterdämmerung". At the Bayreuth Festival, she first appeared in 1970 as Fricka and sang regularly through 1976. Also in 1970 she first performed at the Salzburg Festival in the "Ring cycle", conducted by Herbert von Karajan.
She made her Metropolitan Opera debut in 1985 as Marfa in "Khovanshchina" and subsequently sang Prince Orlofsky in "Die Fledermaus" (1986), Herodias in "Salome", Fricka in "Das Rheingold" and "Die Walküre", Waltraute in "Götterdämmerung", and the Nurse "Die Frau ohne Schatten" (all during the 1989-1990 season). She returned to Met in 1994 for performances as Madame de Croissy in "Dialogues des Carmélites" and Adelaide in "Arabella", and in 1995 as Leocadia Begbick in "Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny".
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.
She made her debut at the Bayreuth Festival in 1975 in the role of Flosshilde in "Der Ring des Nibelungen" and performed there until 1998. In 1976 she was Fricka and Erda in the centenary "Ring" production of Patrice Chéreau, shown until 1980, recorded for television and published on DVD. In Bayreuth, she sang Brangäne in "Tristan und Isolde" from 1981 and Waltraute in "Götterdämmerung" from 1984, as well as Roßweiße and Second Norn in the "Ring", and Blumenmädchen and Knappe in "Parsifal".
In 2000 Blythe made her debut with the Seattle Opera as Fricka and the Second Norn in Wagner's "Ring Cycle". She has since returned to Seattle frequently, portraying such roles as Amneris, Dame Quickly, Isabella in "L'italiana in Algeri", Waltraute in "Götterdämmerung", and the title role in Bizet's "Carmen". In 2002 she made her debut at the Santa Fe Opera as Isabella in "L'italiana in Algeri".
Noticed and encouraged by Georg Solti, she began adding Wagner roles to her repertoire, notably Waltraute and Fricka in "Die Walküre", the second of which she recorded for DG under Herbert von Karajan). Other included major roles in "Tristan und Isolde", Venus in "Tannhäuser (opera)", and Kundry in "Parsifal". Under Colin Davis' guidance, she also became an illustrious interpreter of Berlioz's works, singing both Didon and Cassandre in "Les Troyens", and Marguerite in "La damnation de Faust", which she also recorded for him.
In 1977 Schnaut made her debut at the Bayreuth Festival, singing Waltraute and the Second Norne in the "Jahrhundertring" staged by Patrice Chéreau. She appears in these roles in the film "Der Ring des Nibelungen". She performed at the festival in 1980 Wellgunde in "Götterdämmerung", in 1985 Venus in "Tannhäuser" and the Third Norne, in 1986 Sieglinde in "Die Walküre", in 1987 Ortrud in "Lohengrin", and in 2000 Brünnhilde in "Der Ring des Nibelungen".
She studied in Berlin with Hermann Weissenborn, and made her debut in Wuppertal in 1933. She sang in Düsseldorf (1935–39), and in Dresden (1940–43), and then joined the Vienna State Opera, also appearing at the Salzburg Festival and the Bayreuth Festival, quickly establishing herself in roles such as Venus, Ortrud, Fricka, Erda, Waltraute, Herodias, Klytemnestra, Die Amme, Clairon, she also won considerable acclaim as Lady Macbeth, Eboli, Amneris, and Carmen.
During the 1960s, she had difficulties with her voice from singing such heavy parts for a decade, and returned to singing mezzo-soprano repertoire, such as Klytemnestra in "Elektra", the Nurse ("Die Frau ohne Schatten") and Waltraute. In 1968 she appeared as Ruth in a German-language production of Gilbert and Sullivan's "The Pirates of Penzance", and in 1970 she appeared in The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny in Cologne.