Der Ring des Nibelungen: Season 1, Episode 2

Die Walküre (1980)

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Peter Hofmann ...
Jeannine Altmeyer ...
Sieglinde
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Katie Clarke ...
Helmwige
Elisabeth Glauser ...
Rossweisse
Ilse Gramatzki ...
Grimgerde
Gwyneth Jones ...
Gwendolyn Killebrew ...
Schwertleite
Donald McIntyre ...
Karen Middleton ...
Ortlinde
Carmen Reppel ...
Gerhilde
Matti Salminen ...
Marga Schiml ...
Siegrune
Gabriele Schnaut ...
Waltraute
Hanna Schwarz ...
Fricka
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It doesn't get better than this...
30 March 2004 | by (netherlands) – See all my reviews

This is, imho the best performance of any opera I've ever seen. All actors are good looking people, acting great and singing beautifully. The staging and cinematography is fascinating. This is not a pathetic traditional staging like Levine, but a much more touching realistic appearance. The conducting is rapid and very much balanced, making it extremely interesting to listen to. (I never heared the fire music at the ending so balanced.) In fact, the whole performance is very well balanced. In the first place by the lack of flaws (cast, acting, conducting). So finally, this opera flows from start till end. The opera itself is perfect... an open ending. The only opera that that ends to satisfaction.


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