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MOZART, Wilma Lipp, Emmy Loose, Walter Ludwig, Wiener Philharmoniker, Josef Krips

Die Entfuhrung aus dem Serail

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  • Wilma Lipp - soprano
  • Emmy Loose - soprano
  • Walter Ludwig - tenor
  • Wiener Philharmoniker - orchestra
  • Josef Krips - conductor
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2 CD:

Nr kat.: LRC1116
Label  : Aura (Italy)

This set (originally issued by Decca) was one of the first operas (possibly the first) released on LP, and its virtues hold their own fifty years hence. Pride of place goes to Wilma Lipp’s adroit dispatch of Konstanze’s difficult florid arias, seconded by Emmy Loose’s lighter-toned agility as Blonde. Peter Klein’s dry, one-dimensional Pedrillo markedly contrasts to the ringing timbre of Walther Ludwig’s Belmonte. Endre Koreh admirably plays up the buffa aspects of Osmin’s role, making it easy to overlook his pinched high notes. As was customary for the time, the singers are miked too closely for comfort, at times drowning out the orchestra during ensembles, but that takes nothing away from Roger Beardsley’s robust, full-sounding transfer from clean commercial LP pressings. Josef Krips wields a light and supportive hand, and inflects Mozart’s janissary-tinged scoring with colorful vigor. There are little cuts here and there, but the dialogue is delivered with such zest that you don’t have to understand German to grasp the emotional tenor of its meaning (Pearl provides no libretto). Krips 1966 stereo remake, however, boasts superior sound, a much-improved Vienna Philharmonic, and Gottlob Frick’s classic Osmin. Still, specialist Mozartians will be pleased to know this Abduction is available again.