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Motets

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"This festive celebration concert from Berlin's Gethsemanekirche on the Day of German Unity also marks the 60th anniversary of the RIAS Kammerchor."--Container.
DVD
2009; 2008
Clemons (Stacks)
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Das Rheingold

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The opening of this extraordinary production of The Ring, from Het Muziektheater Amsterdam, combines the lyrical, mythical and philosophical qualities of Wagner's work.
DVD
2008
Clemons (Stacks)
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Götterdämmerung

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In the final part of Wagner's epic cycle, Der Ring des Nibelungen, Siegfried's world descends into falsehood and betrayal before his cursed life is ended by a single spear. Fate ignites the final conflagration, which sets the world to await its new beginning.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)
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St. John Passion, BWV 245 [electronic resource]

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The choir and the orchestra of the Bach Collegium Japan perform the St John's Passion with a small ensemble.
Online
2000
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Mita Kaikatat Kivonon [electronic resource]

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The Cape Festival celebrates the joy and energy of South Africa's choral talent in a special event on 13 March, 2010: The Cape Festival Choral Celebration. It will take place at Cape Town's famous Waterfront. Six choirs, nine instrumentalists, and five conductors join forces for this unique event. The Cape Festival Choral Celebration brings together the best of South Africa's youth and community choirs with the acclaimed Chamber Choir of South Africa, award-winning violinist Samson Diamond and his Mzansi Classical Players and star soprano Angela Kerrison, who was one of the Salzburg Festival's prestigious Young Singers project in 2009, for an evening of unique music-making.
Online
2010
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Ndiyoyika [electronic resource]

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The Cape Festival celebrates the joy and energy of South Africa's choral talent in a special event on 13 March, 2010: The Cape Festival Choral Celebration. It will take place at Cape Town's famous Waterfront. Six choirs, nine instrumentalists, and five conductors join forces for this unique event. The Cape Festival Choral Celebration brings together the best of South Africa's youth and community choirs with the acclaimed Chamber Choir of South Africa, award-winning violinist Samson Diamond and his Mzansi Classical Players and star soprano Angela Kerrison, who was one of the Salzburg Festival's prestigious Young Singers project in 2009, for an evening of unique music-making.
Online
2010
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Siyaya [electronic resource]

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The Cape Festival celebrates the joy and energy of South Africa's choral talent in a special event on 13 March, 2010: The Cape Festival Choral Celebration. It will take place at Cape Town's famous Waterfront. Six choirs, nine instrumentalists, and five conductors join forces for this unique event. The Cape Festival Choral Celebration brings together the best of South Africa's youth and community choirs with the acclaimed Chamber Choir of South Africa, award-winning violinist Samson Diamond and his Mzansi Classical Players and star soprano Angela Kerrison, who was one of the Salzburg Festival's prestigious Young Singers project in 2009, for an evening of unique music-making.
Online
2010
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Symphony No. 9 [in D Minor, Op. 125] [electronic resource]

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This is a performance of Symphony No. 9 in d minor, performed by Chor des Deutschen Staatsoper and West-Eastern Divan Orchestra, and conducted by Daniel Barenboim.
Online
2007
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Burleske in D Minor, TrV 145 [electronic resource]

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Claudio Abbado conducts the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra in a performance of Burleske in D minor by Richard Strauss at the 1992 New Year's eve concert.
Online
1992
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Untern Linden [electronic resource]

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This is a selection from a program that Daniel Barenboim conducted of light-hearted music by Nicolai, Mozart, Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Johann Strauss II, Kollo and Lincke.
Online
1998
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Lysistrata: Glow-Worm Idyll [electronic resource]

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This is a selection from a program that Daniel Barenboim conducted of light-hearted music by Nicolai, Mozart, Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Johann Strauss II, Kollo and Lincke.
Online
1998
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Berlin Air [electronic resource]: (Berliner Lufte)

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This is a selection from a program that Daniel Barenboim conducted of light-hearted music by Nicolai, Mozart, Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Johann Strauss II, Kollo and Lincke. With Rosemarie Lang; Reiner Goldberg; Simone Nold; René Pape; Dorothea Röschmann; Raphael Christ.
Online
1998
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Berlin Im Licht [electronic resource]

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This is a selection from a program that Daniel Barenboim conducted of light-hearted music by Nicolai, Mozart, Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky, Shostakovich, Johann Strauss II, Kollo and Lincke. With Rosemarie Lang; Reiner Goldberg; Simone Nold; René Pape; Dorothea Röschmann; Raphael Christ.
Online
1998
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Die Walküre

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Dealing with the irreconcilable struggle between power and love. The second part of Wagner's gargantuan tetralogy Das Rheingold (The Ring). The story of an all powerful Ring that eventually has several Lords, none of whom come to a good end.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)
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Siegfried

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The third in Wagner's series of four operas, Der Ring des Nibelungen, in which Seigfried slays the dragon and frees Brunhilde from her enchanted sleep.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)