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Carlos Kleiber discography

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Carlos Kleiber discography
Carlos Kleiber.png
Studio recordings9
Live audio recordings75
Live video recordings18
Compilations2
Posthumous documentaries2

The Austrian conductor Carlos Kleiber (1930–2004) only released nine studio recordings over the course of his five-decade career.[1] He was famous for his elusiveness, often canceling concerts on short notice and appearing in only 96 orchestral concerts as well as about 620 opera performances.[2] Equally as hesitant with recordings, Kleiber stated that "every unproduced record is a good record",[3] and was described as not being able to "bear the thought of listeners sitting at home with a score in their hands… identifying every mistake".[4] His nine studio recordings are of four operas and five symphonies published by Deutsche Grammophon, as well as a single piano concerto with EMI. Each became critically acclaimed in its own right,[2] with those of Beethoven's 5th and 7th symphonies hailed as among the most outstanding classical music recordings ever made.[5][6] Following his abandonment of the studio in 1982,[3] Kleiber is represented by 75 live audio and 18 live video recordings, many of which are bootlegs; those of Der Rosenkavalier and the Vienna New Year's Concerts have been especially admired.[4] Kleiber's contributions in the studio and stage have secured his place as not only one of the most important 20th century conductors,[1][2] but as one of the greatest of all time.[7]

Kleiber's first two studio recordings were abandoned before completion: a 1975 recording of Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 5 with Arturo Benedetti Michelangeli and a 1979 recording of Puccini's La bohème at La Scala.[8] His first success came in 1973 when he recorded Der Freischütz with Staatskapelle Dresden, followed by recordings with the Vienna Philharmonic (VPO) of Beethoven's Symphony No. 5 in 1975 and No. 7 in 1976. Both symphonies received much praise,[5][6] with one reviewer commenting on the former that "it was as if Homer had come back to recite the Iliad".[3] Around the mid-1970s Kleiber became closely associated with the Bavarian State Orchestra (BSO), and although they did not complete a recording of Berg's Wozzeck and Dvořák's Symphony No. 9,[9] they released acclaimed recordings of Die Fledermaus by Johann Strauss in 1976 and Verdi's La traviata in 1977.[3] Also in 1977, he also released a recording of Dvořák's Piano Concerto with the BSO and the pianist Sviatoslav Richter, making this his first and only studio recording with a soloist.[10] Kleiber returned to the VPO in late 1978, and released recordings of Schubert's Symphony Nos. 3 and 8 the following year. He began recording both Brahms' Symphony No. 4 with the VPO and Tristan und Isolde with Staatskapelle Dresden in 1980.[11] While the former would be released in 1981, the latter would continue recording until April 1982 when Kleiber walked out for unknown reasons.[3][12] However, enough had been recorded to allow its release later that year; it was highly praised, particularly for the surprising but successful pick of the young Welsh soprano Margaret Price as Isolde.[10][13]

His earliest surviving recordings is a 1960 live performance with the NDR Symphony Orchestra of the Suite in B flat major by Georg Philipp Telemann and the Cello Concerto in B flat major by Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach. As a whole, his recordings represent a limited repertoire;[13] many recordings of the same piece, including nine recordings of both Beethoven's 4th and 7th symphonies and Der Rosenkavalier; eight recordings of Tristan und Isolde; six recordings of La bohème; and five recordings of the overture from Der Freischütz. Deutsche Grammophon released two collections in 2010 and 2014 of Kleiber's recordings under their label. Two posthumous documentaries on Kleiber were also released in 2010 and 2011.

Discography

   Private live recording    Video not commercially available

Discography
Date Composer: Work(s) Orchestra
(chorus: chorus master)
Soloist(s) Release(s)[b][14]
Year Label Cat (Medium)

Studio recordings

22 January –
6 February 1973
Weber: Der Freischütz Staatskapelle Dresden
(MDR: Horst Neumann)
Janowitz[et al. 1] 1973 DGG 2720 071 (2 LPs)[15][16]
1986 DGG 415 432-2 (2 CDs)[15][16]
29, 30 March,
4 April 1974
Beethoven: Symphony No. 5 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 1975 DGG 2530 516 (1 LP)[17][18]
1984 DGG 415 861-2 (1 CD)[17][18]
26–29 November 1975,
16 January 1976
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 1976 DGG 2530 706 (1 LP)[17][18]
1984 DGG 415 862-2 (1 CD)[17][18]
9–14, 28 October 1975 Strauss II: Die Fledermaus Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus: Wolfgang Baumgart)
Prey[et al. 2] 1976 DGG 2707 088 (2 LPs)[19][20]
1986 DGG 415 646-2 (2 CDs)[19][20]
14–21 May 1976,
26 January,
25-26 June 1977
Verdi: La traviata Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus: Wolfgang Baumgart)
Cotrubaș[et al. 3] 1977 DGG 2707 103 (2 LPs)[21]
1985 DGG 415 132-2 (1 CD)[21]
18–21 June 1976 Dvořák: Piano Concerto Bavarian State Orchestra Richter 1977 EMI 5 66947 2 (1 LP)[22][23]
1987 EMI CDC 7 47967 2 (1 CD)[22][23]
11–15 September 1978 Schubert: Symphony Nos. 3 & 8 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 1979 DGG 2531 124 (1 LP)[24]
1984 DGG 415 601-2 (1 CD)[24]
12, 15 March, 1980 Brahms: Symphony No. 4 Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra 1981 DGG 2532 003 (1 LP)[25]
1998 DGG 457 706-2 (1 CD)[25]
August 1980 –
April 1982
Wagner: Tristan und Isolde Staatskapelle Dresden
(MDR: Gernhard Richter)
Kollo & Price[et al. 4] 1982 DGG 2741 006 (5 LPs)[26]
1986 DGG 413 315-2 (4 CDs)[26]

Live audio recordings

7 December 1960 Telemann: Suite in B flat major NDR Symphony Orchestra 2011[c] Profil PH11031[27][28]
C.P.E. Bach: Cello Concerto in B flat major NDR Symphony Orchestra Güdel
1 December 1962 Offenbach: "Die kleine Zauberflöte"
(Le fifre enchanté, ou Le soldat magicien)
Deutsche Oper am Rhein Orchestra Diekmann[et al. 5] 2013 Profil PH12066[29][30][31]
Offenbach: "Die Verlobung bei der Laterne"
(Le mariage aux lanternes)
Deutsche Oper am Rhein Orchestra Wien [de][et al. 6]
Offenbach: "Die Insel Tulipatan"
(L'île de Tulipatan)
Deutsche Oper am Rhein Orchestra Ollendorff [de][et al. 7]
5 March 1964 Verdi: I due Foscari Deutsche Oper am Rhein Orchestra
(& chorus)
Polakoff[et al. 8] 2014 Classical Video Rarities[d][32]
4 March 1965 Verdi: Falstaff Zurich Opera Orchestra
(& chorus)
Mittelmann[et al. 9] 2009 Classical Video Rarities[d][32]
7 June 1967 Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde Vienna Symphony Orchestra Ludwig & Kmentt 2014[e] Wiener Symphoniker 007[33][34]
Mozart: Symphony No. 33 Vienna Symphony Orchestra 1989 Nuova Era 2296[29][35]
29 November 1969 Weber: Der Freischütz (Overture) Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra ?[f] SDR TST-77 331-2[36]
27 January 1970 Weber: Der Freischütz (Overture) Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra 1996 Toshiba-EMI TOLW-3751/4[36]
Released as an LD in 1996
Strauss II: Die Fledermaus (Overture) 1993 Capanella 001[37]
Released as an LD in 1996
22 April 1970 Weber: Der Freischütz (Overture) Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra 1996 Toshiba EMI TOLW-3751/4[36]
27 November 1970 Berg: Wozzeck Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus)
Adam[et al. 10] 2007 Opera Depot 10250-2[38]
24 January 1971 Verdi: Otello Staatsorchester Stuttgart
(& chorus)
Windgassen[et al. 11] 2012 Premiere Opera CD 8196-2[32]
17 June 1971 R. Strauss: Elektra Staatsorchester Stuttgart
(& chorus)
Steger[et al. 12] 1999 Golden Melodram 6.0011[28][39]
20 April 1972 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier
(Scenes from Act II & III)
Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus)
Jones[et al. 13] 2003 Orfeo C 580 031 B[39]
27 May 1972 Haydn: Symphony No. 94 WDR Symphony Orchestra Cologne 1992 Meteor MCD-001[23][40]
Berg: Wozzeck (excerpts) Fine 1993 Artists FED 045.46[38][41]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 1993 Artists FED 018[41][42]
24 July 1972 Wagner: Tristan und Isolde
("Prelude" & "Liebestod")[h]
Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra 2006 Golden Melodram 4.0081[43][44]
12 December 1972 Borodin: Symphony No. 2 Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra 1996[i] Mediaphon 75.103[45][46]
22 April 1973 Wagner: Tristan und Isolde Staatsorchester Stuttgart
(& chorus)
Windgassen & Ligendza[et al. 14] 2003 Living Stage LS-1052[44]
13 July 1973 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus)
Watson[et al. 15] 1992 Exclusive EX92T49/51 [39]
7 October 1973 Wagner: Tristan und Isolde Vienna Philharmonic
(& chorus: Norbert Balatsch)
Hopf & Ligendza[et al. 16] 1992 Exclusive EX93T18/20[43][44]
15 June 1974 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Royal Opera House orchestra
(& chorus)
Dernesch[et al. 17] 2012 Classical Video Rarities[j][39]
25 July 1974 Wagner: Tristan und Isolde Bayreuth Festival orchestra
(& chorus)
Brilioth [de] & Ligendza[et al. 18] 1996 Hypnos HYP254/6[44]
31 December 1974 Strauss II: Die Fledermaus Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus)
Wächter[et al. 19] 1996 Hypnos HYP252/3[37]
26 April 1975 Verdi: La traviata Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus)
Cotrubaș[et al. 20] 2004 Memories ME-1014/5[32]
4 August 1975 Wagner: Tristan und Isolde Bayreuth Festival orchestra
(& chorus: Norbert Balatsch)
Brilioth [de] & Ligendza[et al. 21] 1992 Exclusive EX92T54/56[44]
4 May 1976 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier La Scala orchestra
(& chorus)
Lear[et al. 22] 2000 Myto 3MCD002.218[39]
30 July 1976 Wagner: Tristan und Isolde Bayreuth Festival orchestra
(& chorus)
Wenkoff & Ligendza[et al. 23] 1989 Legendary LR196-4[44]
7 December 1976 Verdi: Otello La Scala orchestra
(& chorus: Romano Gandolfi)
Domingo[et al. 24] 1978 Bruno Walter Society IGI-302[32]
Released as a VHS in 1996
6/14 May 1977[k] R. Strauss: Elektra Royal Opera House orchestra
(& chorus)
Nilsson[et al. 25] 1999 Golden Melodram 6.0001[28][39]
16 June 1977 Verdi: La traviata Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus)
Maliponte[et al. 26] 1999 Golden Melodram 6.000[32]
15 July 1977 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus)
Jones[et al. 27] ?[f] Legendary LR179-4/LRCD1014-3[39]
31 July 1977 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus)
Dernesch[et al. 28] 2003 Living Stage LS1040[39]
31 October 1977 Verdi: Otello Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus)
Cassutta[et al. 29] 2006 Golden Melodram GM 5.0061[32]
12 April 1978 Wagner: Tristan und Isolde La Scala orchestra
(& chorus)
Wenkoff & Ligendza[et al. 30] 1999 Myto 3MCD993.208[44]
? April 1978[l] Wagner: Tristan und Isolde 2016 PremiereOpera PO30439[44]
12 June 1978 Verdi: La traviata Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus: Hermann Sapell)
Cotrubaș[et al. 31] 1993 Artists FED045/6[28][32]
12 October 1978 Weber: Der Freischütz (Overture) Chicago Symphony Orchestra 1990 Recitative 116[36][41][42]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 5
Schubert: Symphony No. 3 1992 Exclusive EX92T21[47][48]
9 December 1978 Bizet: Carmen Vienna Philharmonic
(& chorus: Norbert Balatsch)
Obraztsova[et al. 32] 1992 Exclusive EX92T11/12[49]
Released as a DVD in 2004
22 March 1979 Puccini: La bohème La Scala orchestra
(& chorus)
Pavarotti & Cotrubaș[et al. 33] 1992 Exclusive EX92T01/2[29][50]
30 March 1979 Puccini: La bohème 1990[m] Recitative 115[47][50]
Released as a VHS in 1997
7 November 1979 Puccini: La bohème Royal Opera House orchestra
(& chorus)
Aragall & Cotrubaș[et al. 34] 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 2-703[50]
16 December 1979 Weber: Der Freischütz (Overture) Vienna Philharmonic 1992 Exclusive EX92T25[36][43]
Mozart: Symphony No. 33 1992 Casanova CA-002[35][51]
Brahms: Symphony No. 4
February 1980[n] Verdi: Otello
(Act I Dress rehearsal)
Royal Opera House orchestra
(& chorus: Romano Gandolfi)
Domingo[et al. 35] 2013 Classical Video Rarities[d][32]
19 February 1980 Verdi: Otello 2001 Golden Melodram 5.0028[32][52]
2 March 1981 Strauss II: "Thunder and Lightning" Bavarian State Orchestra 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-710[37]
2 September 1981 Verdi: Otello La Scala orchestra
(& chorus)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
Domingo[et al. 36] 1993 Artists FED020/21[32]
Video recording exists
15 September 1981 Puccini: La bohème La Scala orchestra
(& chorus: Romano Gandolfi)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
Dvorsky & Freni[et al. 37] 1993 Artists FED015/16[50]
Video recording exists
28 February 1982 Haydn: Symphony No. 94 Vienna Philharmonic 1992 Exclusive EX91T13 or EX92T13[23][40]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 1992 Exclusive EX91T25[42]
3 May 1982 Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 Bavarian State Orchestra 1984 Orfeo C 100 841 A[41][42]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7 2006 Orfeo C 700 051 C[42]
7 November 1983 Haydn: Symphony No. 94 Bavarian State Orchestra 2000 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-712[23][40][41][42]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 6
2 June 1983 Butterworth: English Idyll No. 1 Chicago Symphony Orchestra 1993 Artists FED 045.46[23][53]
Mozart: Symphony No. 33 2001 Passion & Concentration PACO1021[35]
Brahms: Symphony No. 2[51]
9 December 1984 Verdi: La traviata Orchestra del Maggio Musicale Fiorentino
(& chorus: Roberto Gabbiani)
Gasdia[et al. 38] 1992 Exclusive EX92T42/43[32][54]
20 December 1984 2014 Maggio Live OF004[32]
18 January 1985 Puccini: La bohème
(Scenes from Act IV)
Vienna Philharmonic
(& chorus)
Pavarotti & Freni[et al. 39] 2010 Orfeo C 806 1021[50]
10 March 1986 Butterworth: English Idyll No. 1 Bavarian State Orchestra 2007 Vibrato VLL 217[53]
Schubert: Symphony No. 3 2000 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-713[48][51]
Brahms: Symphony No. 4
19 May 1986[o] Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 Bavarian State Orchestra
Hitomi Memorial Hall, Tokyo
1994 Topazio 2604.10[42][37]
Video recording exists
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
Strauss II: Die Fledermaus (Overture)
Strauss II: "Thunder and Lightning"
5 February 1987 Verdi: Otello La Scala orchestra
(& chorus)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
Domingo[et al. 40] 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 2-706[32]
20 September 1987 Mozart: Symphony No. 36 Bavarian State Orchestra
Teatro Grande (Pompei) [it]
1993 Artists FED 019[35][51]
Brahms: Symphony No. 2
1 February 1988 Puccini: La bohème Metropolitan Opera orchestra
(& chorus)
Pavarotti & Freni[et al. 41] 2003 Lyrica LR59[47][50]
20 March 1988 Mozart: Symphony No. 36 Vienna Philharmonic 1992 Exclusive EX92T13[29][35]
Brahms: Symphony No. 2 1992 Exclusive EX92T10[23][51]
1 January 1989[p] Vienna New Year's Concert
(Various pieces)[q]
Vienna Philharmonic 1989 Sony Classical MK2 45564[9][37][59][60][61]
Released as a LD in 1989
9 March 1989 Mozart: Symphony No. 36 Berlin Philharmonic 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-709[35]
19 March 1990 Verdi: Otello Metropolitan Opera orchestra
(& chorus)
Domingo[et al. 42] 2013 Classical Video Rarities[d][32]
17, 20 October 1990 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Metropolitan Opera orchestra
(& chorus: John Keenan)
Lott[et al. 43] 1993 Exclusive EX93T69/71[39]
1 January 1992[r] Vienna New Year's Concert
(Various pieces)[s]
Vienna Philharmonic 1992 Sony Classical SK 48 376[37][41][59][60]
Released as a LD in 1992
16 May 1993 Mozart: Symphony No. 33 Vienna Philharmonic 1997 First Classics FC-116.7[29][35]
R. Strauss: Ein Heldenleben 1997 Dumka DCD-30-1[39]
28 June 1994 Beethoven: Coriolan Overture Berlin Philharmonic 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-704[42][35][51]
Mozart: Symphony No. 33
Brahms: Symphony No. 4
7 October 1994 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Vienna Philharmonic
(& chorus)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
Lott[et al. 44] 2004 Curtain Call CCCD-1001/3[39]
5 April 1996 Beethoven: Coriolan Overture Bavarian State Orchestra 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-707[42][35][51]
Mozart: Symphony No. 33
Brahms: Symphony No. 4
21 October 1996 Beethoven: Coriolan Overture Bavarian State Orchestra 1997 Dumka DCD-30-02[42][35][51]
Released as a DVD in 2004
Mozart: Symphony No. 33
Brahms: Symphony No. 4
6 June 1997 Brahms: Symphony No. 4 Slovenian Philharmonic Orchestra 1999 Link 600-1[51]
18 June 1997 Brahms: Symphony No. 4 Bavarian State Orchestra 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-710[51]
7 January 1999 Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-701[42]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
9 January 1999 Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-702[42]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
20 February 1999 Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-705[42]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
24 February 1999 Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-708[42]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
26 February 1999 Strauss II: Die Fledermaus (Overture) Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra 2006 Memories ME-1071[42][37]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 1999 We love Carlos Society WLC 1-711
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7

Live video recordings

27 January 1970 Weber: Der Freischütz: (Overture)
(& January rehearsal)
Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra 1996 Toshiba-EMI TOLW-3751/4 (LD)[36][62][37]
Strauss II: Die Fledermaus (Overture)
(& January rehearsal)
1974 – 1976 Wagner: Tristan und Isolde (excerpts) Bayreuth Festival orchestra
(& chorus)
Unknown cast[t] Unknown[u][52]
7 December 1976 Verdi: Otello La Scala orchestra
(& chorus: Romano Gandolfi)
Domingo[et al. 24] 1996 Bel Canto Society BCS-0676 (VHS)[32][52]
9 December 1978 Bizet: Carmen Vienna State Opera orchestra
(& chorus: Norbert Balatsch)
Obraztsova[et al. 45] 2004 TDK DVCS-CLOPCAR (DVD)[v][49][63]
30 March 1979 Puccini: La bohème La Scala orchestra
(& chorus)
Pavarotti & Cotrubaș[et al. 33] 1997 Opera Video 101 (VHS)[50][64]
? May, June 1979 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus: Josef Beischer)
Jones[et al. 46] 2005 DG 072 605-1 (LD)[39][52]
25, 27 April 1981 Beethoven: Coriolan Overture Vienna Philharmonic
Teatro Juárez [es]
GTO: (TV: 25, 27 April)[u][65]
Strauss II: Die Fledermaus (Overture)
Beethoven: Symphony No. 5
Strauss II: "Thunder and Lightning"
2 September 1981 Verdi: Otello La Scala orchestra
(& chorus)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
Domingo[et al. 36] NHK (TV: 2 September)[u][32][52]
15 September 1981 Puccini: La bohème La Scala orchestra
(& chorus: Romano Gandolfi)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
Dvorsky & Freni[et al. 37] NHK (TV: 15 September)[u][50][64]
19, 20 October 1983 Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra 1988 Philips 070 300-1 (LD)[42][63]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
19 May 1986[o] Beethoven: Symphony No. 4 Bavarian State Orchestra
Hitomi Memorial Hall, Tokyo
NHK (TV: 19 May)[u][42][66][37]
Beethoven: Symphony No. 7
Strauss II: Die Fledermaus (Overture)
Strauss II: "Thunder and Lightning"
30, 31 December 1986 Strauss II: Die Fledermaus Bavarian State Orchestra
(& chorus: Udo Mehrpohl)
Wächter[et al. 47] 2005 DG 072 500-1 (LD)[37][64]
1 January 1989[p] Vienna New Year's Concert[q] Vienna Philharmonic 1989 DG 072 246-1 (LD)[37][59][60][61][64]
6–7 October 1991 Mozart: Symphony No. 36 Bavarian State Orchestra 1992 Philips 070 261-1 (LD)[35][67][51]
Brahms: Symphony No. 2
1 January 1992[r] Vienna New Year's Concert[s] Vienna Philharmonic 1992 Philips 070 352-1 (LD)[37][59][60][64]
23 March 1994 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Vienna Philharmonic
(& chorus: Dietrich D. Gerpheide)
Tokyo Bunka Kaikan
Lott[et al. 48] 2001 DG 072 643-1 (LD)[39][52]
21 October 1996 Beethoven: Coriolan Overture Bavarian State Orchestra 2004 DG 00440 073 4017 (DVD)[42][68][35][51]
Mozart: Symphony No. 33
Brahms: Symphony No. 4
? December 1996 R. Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier Vienna Philharmonic
(& chorus)
Lott[et al. 49] 3sat (TV: December)[u][52]

Compilations

Compilations
Year Title Contents Discs
2010 Complete Recordings on Deutsche Grammophon 12 CDs[1]
2014 Complete Orchestral Recordings on Deutsche Grammophon 4 CDs[69]

Posthumous documentaries

Posthumous documentaries
Year Title Director Features Production
2010 Carlos Kleiber – I Am Lost to the World Georg Wübbolt C Major Entertainment 715304[70]
2011 Carlos Kleiber – Traces to Nowhere Eric Schulz Arthaus Musik 101553[71]

Notes

Casts
  1. ^
  2. ^
  3. ^
    • Ileana Cotrubas (Violetta Valéry)
    • Plácido Domingo (Alfredo Germont)
    • Sherrill Milnes (Giorgio Germont)
    • Stefania Malagú (Flora Bervoix)
    • Helena Jungwirth (Annina)
    • Walter Gullino (Gastone de Letorières)
    • Bruno Grella (Barone Douphol)
    • Alfredo Giacomotti (Marchese d'Obigny)
    • Giovanni Foianai (Dottore Grenvil)
    • Walter Gullino (Giuseppe)
    • Paul Friess (Flora's servant)
    • Paul Winter (Commissioner)
  4. ^
  5. ^
    • Karl Diekmann (Monsieur)
    • Gabrielle Treskow (Madame)
    • Eva Kasper (Das Zimmermädchen der Robin)
    • Alfons Holte (Soldat)
  6. ^
    • Erika Wien [de] (Catharine)
    • Eva Kasper (Denise)
    • Ditha Sommer (Fanchette)
    • Alfons Holte (Pierre)
  7. ^
    • Sonders Schier (Cacatois XXII)
    • Eva Kasper (Alexis)
    • Fritz Ollendorff [de] (Romboïdal)
    • Anni Körner (Theodorine)
    • Alfons Holte (Hermoso)
  8. ^
    • Abe Polakoff (Francesco Foscari)
    • Eugene Talley-Schmidt (Jacopo Foscari)
    • Anna Green (Lucrezia Contarini)
    • Neagu (Jacopo Loredano)
    • Wegmann (Barbarigo)
    • Borisch (Pisana)
  9. ^
  10. ^
    • Theo Adam (Wozzeck)
    • Wendy Fine (Marie)
    • Narika Krauth (Marie's son)
    • Georg Paskuda [de] (Captain)
    • Jieth Engender (Doctor)
    • Fritz Uhl (The Drum Major)
    • Friedrich Lenz (Andres)
    • Gudrun Wewezow (Margret)
    • Max Proebstl (First Apprentice)
    • Carl Hoppe (Second Apprentice)
    • Walter Carnuth (Madman)
    • Unknown (A Soldier)
  11. ^
    • Wolfgang Windgassen (Otello)
    • Elisabeth Löw-Szöky (Desdemona)
    • Camillo Megbor (Iago)
    • Ursula Sutter (Emilia)
    • James Harper (Cassio)
    • Toni Krämer (Roderigo)
    • Stefan Kosso (Lodovico)
    • Klaus Bertram (Montano)
    • Unknown (A herald)
  12. ^
    • Ingrid Steger (Elektra)
    • Marion Lippert (Chrysothemis)
    • Martha Mödl (Klytaemnestra)
    • Unknown (Her confidante)
    • Unknown (Her trainbearer)
    • Unknown (A young servant)
    • Unknown (An old servant)
    • William Wildermann (Orest)
    • Unknown (Orest's tutor)
    • Wolfgang Windgassen (Aegisth)
    • Unknown (An overseer)
    • Unknown (First maid)
    • Unknown (Second maid)
    • Unknown (Third maid)
    • Unknown (Fourth maid)
    • Unknown (Fifth maid)
  13. ^
  14. ^
  15. ^
  16. ^
  17. ^
    • Helga Dernesch (The Marschallin)
    • Yvonne Minton (Octavian)
    • Jules Bastin (Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau)
    • Teresa Cahill (Sophie von Faninal)
    • Derek Hammond-Stroud (Herr von Faninal)
    • Gwyneth Price (Marianne)
    • John Dobson (Valzacchi)
    • Gillian Knight (Annina)
    • Paul Hudson (A notary)
    • Ermanno Mauro (An Italian singer)
    • Unknown (Three noble orphans)
    • Unknown (A milliner)
    • Unknown (A vendor of pets)
    • Edward Byles (Faninal's Major-Domo)
    • Eric Garrett (A police inspector)
    • Malcohn Campbell (The Marschallin's Major-Domo)
    • Adrian de Peyer (An innkeeper)
    • Unknown (Four lackeys)
    • Unknown (Flutist)
    • Unknown (Noble Widow)
    • Unknown (Hairdresser)
    • Unknown (Leupold)
  18. ^
  19. ^
  20. ^
    • Ileana Cotrubaș (Violetta Valéry)
    • Giacomo Aragall (Alfredo Germont)
    • Wolfgang Brendel (Giorgio Germont)
    • Doris Linser (Flora Bervoix)
    • Helena Jungwirth (Annina)
    • Will Brokmeir (Gastone de Letorières)
    • Hans Wilbrink (Barone Douphol)
    • Kar Hoppe (Marchese d'Obigny)
    • Max Probstl (Dottore Grenvil)
    • Unknown (Giuseppe)
    • Unknown (Flora's servant)
    • Paul Winter (Commissioner)
  21. ^
  22. ^
    • Evelyn Lear (The Marschallin)
    • Brigitte Fassbaender (Octavian)
    • Karl Ridderbusch (Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau)
    • Lucia Popp (Sophie von Faninal)
    • Raymond Wolanky (Herr von Faninal)
    • Silvana Zanolli (Marianne)
    • Franco Casteliana (Valzacchi)
    • Stefania Malagu (Annina)
    • Unknown (A notary)
    • Antonio Savastano (An Italian singer)
    • Unknown (Three noble orphans)
    • Unknown (A milliner)
    • Unknown (A vendor of pets)
    • Walter Gullino (Faninal's Major-Domo)
    • Alfredo Giacomotti (A police inspector)
    • Aronne Ceroni (The Marschallin's Major-Domo)
    • Unknown (An innkeeper)
    • Unknown (Four lackeys)
    • Unknown (Flutist)
    • Unknown (Noble Widow)
    • Unknown (Hairdresser)
    • Unknown (Leupold)
  23. ^
  24. ^ a b
    • Plácido Domingo (Otello)
    • Mirella Freni (Desdemona)
    • Piero Cappuccilli (Iago)
    • Jone Jori (Emilia)
    • Giuliano Ciannella (Cassio)
    • Dano Raffanti (Roderigo)
    • Luigi Roni (Lodovico)
    • Orazio Mori (Montano)
    • Giuseppe Morresi (A herald)
  25. ^
    • Birgit Nilsson (Elektra)
    • Gwyneth Jones (Chrysothemis)
    • Marta Szirmay [hu] (Klytaemnestra)
    • Unknown (Her confidante)
    • Unknown (Her trainbearer)
    • Unknown (A young servant)
    • Unknown (An old servant)
    • Donald McIntyre (Orest)
    • Unknown (Orest's tutor)
    • Charles Craig (Aegisth)
    • Unknown (An overseer)
    • Unknown (First maid)
    • Unknown (Second maid)
    • Unknown (Third maid)
    • Unknown (Fourth maid)
    • Unknown (Fifth maid)
  26. ^
    • Adriana Maliponte (Violetta Valéry)
    • Benita Maresca (Alfredo Germont)
    • Wolfgang Brendel (Giorgio Germont)
    • Doris Linser (Flora Bervoix)
    • Helene Jungwirth (Annina)
    • Friedrich Lenz (Gastone de Letorières)
    • Hans Wilbrink (Barone Douphol)
    • Gerhard Auer (Marchese d'Obigny)
    • Max Probstl (Dottore Grenvil)
    • Rusolf Chizzali (Giuseppe)
    • Markus Goritzky (Flora's servant)
    • Hermann Sapell (Commissioner)
  27. ^
    • Gwyneth Jones (The Marschallin)
    • Brigitte Fassbaender (Octavian)
    • Karl Ridderbusch (Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau)
    • Lucia Popp (Sophie von Faninal)
    • Benno Kusche (Herr von Faninal)
    • Anneliese Waas (Marianne)
    • David Thaw (Valzacchi)
    • Gudrun Wewezow (Annina)
    • Hans Wilbrink (A notary)
    • Gerhard Unger (An Italian singer)
    • Jana Schmid-Hutova, Ruth Folkert, Helena Jungwirth (Three noble orphans)
    • Unknown (A milliner)
    • Unknown (A vendor of pets)
    • Franz Wilbrink (Faninal's Major-Domo)
    • Albrecht Peter (A police inspector)
    • Georg Paskuda [de] (The Marschallin's Major-Domo)
    • Lorenz Fehenberger (An innkeeper)
    • Unknown (Four lackeys)
    • Kirst Rix Forsman (Flutist)
    • Unknown (Noble Widow)
    • Unknown (Hairdresser)
    • Unknown (Leupold)
  28. ^
    • Helga Dernesch (The Marschallin)
    • Brigitte Fassbaender (Octavian)
    • Kurt Moll (Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau)
    • Lucia Popp (Sophie von Faninal)
    • Benno Kusche (Herr von Faninal)
    • Anneliese Waas (Marianne)
    • David Thaw (Valzacchi)
    • Gudrun Wewezow (Annina)
    • Hans Wilbrink (A notary)
    • Gerhard Unger (An Italian singer)
    • Unknown (Three noble orphans)
    • Unknown (A milliner)
    • Unknown (A vendor of pets)
    • Franz Klarwein (Faninal's Major-Domo)
    • Albrecht Peter (A police inspector)
    • Georg Paskuda [de] (The Marschallin's Major-Domo)
    • Lorenz Fehenberger (An innkeeper)
    • Unknown (Four lackeys)
    • Kirst Rix Forsman (Flutist)
    • Unknown (Noble Widow)
    • Unknown (Hairdresser)
    • Unknown (Leupold)
  29. ^
    • Carlo Cassutta (Otello)
    • Julia Varady (Desdemona)
    • Piero Cappuccilli (Iago)
    • Gudrun Wewezow (Emilia)
    • Benito Maresca (Cassio)
    • Norbert Orth (Roderigo)
    • Nikolaus Hillebrand (Lodovico)
    • Hans Wilbrink (Montano)
    • Unknown (A herald)
  30. ^
  31. ^
    • Ileana Cotrubaș (Violetta Valéry)
    • Giacomo Aragall (Alfredo Germont)
    • Renato Bruson (Giorgio Germont)
    • Doris Linser (Flora Bervoix)
    • Helene Jungwirth (Annina)
    • Friedrich Lenz (Gastone de Letorières)
    • Hans Wilbrinck (Barone Douphol)
    • Gerhard Auer (Marchese d'Obigny)
    • Max Probstl (Dottore Grenvil)
    • Rudolf Chizzali (Giuseppe)
    • Markus Goritzky (Flora's servant)
    • Unknown (Commissioner)
  32. ^
    • Elena Obraztsova (Carmen)
    • Plácido Domingo (Don José)
    • Yuri Mazurok (Escamillo)
    • Isobel Buchanan (Micaëla)
    • Kurt Rydl (Zuniga)
    • Hans Helm (Moralès)
    • Cheryl Kanfoush (Frasquita)
    • Axelle Gall (Mercédès)
    • Unknown (Lillas Pastia)
    • Paul Wolfrum (Le Dancaïre)
    • Heinz Zednik (Le Remendado)
    • Unknown (A guide)
  33. ^ a b
    • Luciano Pavarotti (Rodolfo)
    • Ileana Cotrubaș (Mimì)
    • Piero Cappuccilli (Marcello)
    • Lucia Popp (Musetta)
    • Giorgio Giorgetti (Schaunard)
    • Evghenij Nesterenko (Colline)
    • Claudio Giombi (Benoît)
    • Alfredo Giacomotti (Alcindoro)
    • Regolo Romani (Parpignol)
    • Carlo Meliciani (A customs Sergeant)
    • Giuseppe Morresi (A customs officer)
  34. ^
  35. ^
    • Plácido Domingo (Otello)
    • Mirella Freni (Desdemona)
    • Piero Cappuccilli (Iago)
    • Jone Jori (Emilia)
    • Giuliano Ciannella (Cassio)
    • Dano Raffanti (Roderigo)
    • Luigi Roni (Lodovico)
    • Orazio Mori (Montano)
    • Giuseppe Morresi (A herald)
  36. ^ a b
    • Plácido Domingo (Otello)
    • Anna Tomowa-Sintow (Desdemona)
    • Silvano Carroli (Iago)
    • Stefania Malagu (Emilia)
    • Enzio Di Cesare (Cassio)
    • Ermanno Lorenzi (Roderigo)
    • Luigi Roni (Lodovico)
    • Orazio Mori (Montano)
    • Giuseppe Morresi (A herald)
  37. ^ a b
    • Peter Dvorsky (Rodolfo)
    • Mirella Freni (Mimì)
    • Lorenzo Saccomani (Marcello)
    • Margherita Guglielmi (Musetta)
    • Antonio Salvadori (Schaunard)
    • Paolo Washington (Colline)
    • Claudio Giombi (Benoît)
    • Alfredo Giacomotti (Alcindoro)
    • Saverio Porzano (Parpignol)
    • Giuseppe Morresi (A customs Sergeant)
    • Carlo Meliciani (A customs officer)
  38. ^
    • Cecilia Gasdia (Violetta Valéry)
    • Peter Dvorski (Alfredo Germont)
    • Giorgio Zancanaro (Giorgio Germont)
    • Edith Martelli (Flora Bervoix)
    • Giuliana Matteini (Annina)
    • Maurizio Barbacini (Gastone de Letorières)
    • Guido Mazzini (Barone Douphol)
    • Giorgio Giorgetti (Marchese d'Obigny)
    • Leonardo Monreale (Dottore Grenvil)
    • Ottavio Taddei (Giuseppe)
    • Mario Frosini (Flora's servant)
    • Augusto Frati (Commissioner)
  39. ^
  40. ^ Domingo
  41. ^
  42. ^
  43. ^
  44. ^
    • Felicity Lott (The Marschallin)
    • Anne Sofie von Otter (Octavian)
    • Kurt Moll (Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau)
    • Barbara Bonney (Sophie von Faninal)
    • Gottfried Hornik (Herr von Faninal)
    • Unknown (Marianne)
    • Unknown (Valzacchi)
    • Unknown (Annina)
    • Unknown (A notary)
    • Unknown (An Italian singer)
    • Unknown (Three noble orphans)
    • Unknown (A milliner)
    • Unknown (A vendor of pets)
    • Unknown (Faninal's Major-Domo)
    • Unknown (A police inspector)
    • Unknown (The Marschallin's Major-Domo)
    • Unknown (An innkeeper)
    • Unknown (Four lackeys)
    • Unknown (Flutist)
    • Unknown (Noble Widow)
    • Unknown (Hairdresser)
    • Unknown (Leupold)
  45. ^
  46. ^
    • Gwyneth Jones (The Marschallin)
    • Brigitte Fassbaender (Octavian)
    • Manfred Jungwirth (Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau)
    • Lucia Popp (Sophie von Faninal)
    • Benno Kusche (Herr von Faninal)
    • Anneliese Waas (Marianne)
    • David Thaw (Valzacchi)
    • Gudrun Wewezow (Annina)
    • Hans Wilbrink (A notary)
    • Francisco Araiza (An Italian singer)
    • Evi List, Doris Linswe, Judith Auer (Three noble orphans)
    • Isoldé Elchlepp (A milliner)
    • Osamu Kobayashi (A vendor of pets)
    • Friedrich Lenz (Faninal's Major-Domo)
    • Albrecht Peter (A police inspector)
    • Georg Paskuda [de] (The Marschallin's Major-Domo)
    • Norbert Orth (An innkeeper)
    • Rudolf Schwab, Walter Brem, Werner Liebl, Artur Horn (Four lackeys)
    • Unknown (Flutist)
    • Elizabeth von Ihering (Noble Widow)
    • Unknown (Hairdresser)
    • Ross Crolius (Leupold)
  47. ^
  48. ^
    • Felicity Lott (The Marschallin)
    • Anne Sofie von Otter (Octavian)
    • Kurt Moll (Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau)
    • Barbara Bonney (Sophie von Faninal)
    • Gottfried Hornik (Herr von Faninal)
    • Olivera Miljaković (Marianne)
    • Heinz Zednik (Valzacchi)
    • Anna Gonda (Annina)
    • Wolfgang Bankl (A notary)
    • Keith Ikaia-Purdy (An Italian singer)
    • Felicitas Equiluz, Marianne Sattmann, Elida Zurmann (Three noble orphans)
    • Lotte Leitner (A milliner)
    • Ulrich Großrubatscher (A vendor of pets)
    • Franz Kasemann (Faninal's Major-Domo)
    • Peter Wimberger (A police inspector)
    • Waldemar Kmentt (The Marschallin's Major-Domo)
    • Peter Jelosits (An innkeeper)
    • Robert Werner, Werner Kamenik, Karl Nebenführ, Josef Pogatschnig (Four lackeys)
    • Unknown (Flutist)
    • Ingeborg Piffl (Noble Widow)
    • Heinz Totzler (Hairdresser)
    • Jörg Schneider (Leupold)
  49. ^
    • Felicity Lott (The Marschallin)
    • Anne Sofie von Otter (Octavian)
    • Kurt Moll (Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau)
    • Barbara Bonney (Sophie von Faninal)
    • Unknown (Herr von Faninal)
    • Unknown (Marianne)
    • Unknown (Valzacchi)
    • Unknown (Annina)
    • Unknown (A notary)
    • Unknown (An Italian singer)
    • Unknown (Three noble orphans)
    • Unknown (A milliner)
    • Unknown (A vendor of pets)
    • Unknown (Faninal's Major-Domo)
    • Unknown (A police inspector)
    • Unknown (The Marschallin's Major-Domo)
    • Unknown (An innkeeper)
    • Unknown (Four lackeys)
    • Unknown (Flutist)
    • Unknown (Noble Widow)
    • Unknown (Hairdresser)
    • Unknown (Leupold)
General
  1. ^ When the earliest release is not the official release, this is noted and the official is substituted.
  2. ^ For studio recordings, the first LP and CD releases are listed, for the live recordings the earliest release is listed.[a]
  3. ^ The We love Carlos Society (WLC 1-709) released a private recording of the Telemann in 1999 and the Cult of Classical Music (COCOM1014) in 2001 but Profil is the official release.[27]
  4. ^ a b c d No catalogue number exists for this release.[32]
  5. ^ Many earlier recordings exist, with Nuova Era (2224) in 1988 as the first; The 2014 Wiener Symphoniker edition (007) is the official release.
  6. ^ a b Year of release unknown
  7. ^ Orfeo incorrectly listed The Marschallin as Claire Watson.[39]
  8. ^ The orchestral arrangement by Wagner himself
  9. ^ Many earlier recordings exist, with Nuova Era (HR4410) in 1991 as the first; The 1996 Mediaphon edition (75.103) is the first official release, with the 2004 Hänssler edition (93.116) as the second.
  10. ^ No catalogue number exists for this release.[39]
  11. ^ Toru Hirasawa records 14 May 1977[39] while Barber 2013, p. 305 records 6 May 1977.
  12. ^ While listed as a recording from 5 April 1978, it is thought to be from a later date, either the 19, 23 or 26 April 1978.[44]
  13. ^ The date of a Legendary (LR162-2) release is uncertain so it may be earlier than the Recitative (115) release.[50]
  14. ^ The exact date is unknown.[32]
  15. ^ a b According to Barber: "The spring of 1986 was wholly occupied by concert music and in taking the Bavarian State Opera Orchestra on tour. ... Its repertoire consisted of Beethoven, Symphony No. 4 and No. 7; Brahms, Symphony No. 4; Butterworth, English Idyll No. 1; Schubert, Symphony No. 3; and Weber, Der Freischütz Overture. At the end of April the whole group flew to Japan. They gave the same programs, slightly re-ordered, in Tokyo (five times), ... On 19 May, at Hitomi Memorial Hall, ... two encores. Carlos and his orchestra toured Japan from 9 to 19 May that year, the only such tour they would undertake together."[55] (emphasis added). For the concert on 19 May 1986 in Hitomi Memorial Hall, see also Toru Hirasawa's page on Kleiber's concert agenda for May 1986.[56] When listing the recordings made on 19 May in Hitomi Memorial Hall, Barber, in Appendix B, pp. 309–314, mentions 1985 as year these recordings were made.[57] Toru Hirasawa's website has "May 19, 1986" on the page dedicated to recordings of the concert, which is the date followed in the current listing.[58]
  16. ^ a b Since the concert began in the late evening of 31 December 1988, technically the dates are 31 December 1988 – 1 January 1989
  17. ^ a b The 1 January 1989 Vienna New Year's Concert program was:
  18. ^ a b Since the concert began in the late evening of 31 December 1991, technically the dates are 31 December 1991 – 1 January 1992
  19. ^ a b The 1 January 1992 Vienna New Year's Concert program was:
  20. ^ Perhaps one of the various casts from Bayreuth performances in 1974, 1975 or 1976.
  21. ^ a b c d e f Not commercially available; Barber 2013, p. 312 notes that recordings are available at Stanford University's archives and online.
  22. ^ Many earlier recordings exist, with Bel Canto Society BCS-0696 (VHS) in 1999 as the first; TDK DVCS-CLOPCAR (DVD) is the official release.

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