Richard Strauss' Salome, adapted from the play by Oscar Wilde, first premiered on December 9th, 1905. The opera shocked audiences due to it's themes which blend the violent and erotic within a Christian biblical setting. It centers around the death of John the Baptist and is famous for it's 'Dance of the Seven Veils'. Laila Andersson-Palme was born in 1941 and moved to Stockholm in 1960. She was immediately accepted in the solo class at the Royal College of Music and began to perform in small roles at the Opera. After a student concert in 1963 where she sang Violetta's aria in La Traviata at the Royal Opera House, she was directly engaged on a scholarship. Eventually her voice developed in a dramatic direction. Following a hugely successful career often singing Richard Strauss and Richard Wagner, in various roles, in 1985 she was appointed Court singer in 1985 and was elected in 1997as member no. 913 of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music.
Richard Strauss' Salome, adapted from the play by Oscar Wilde, first premiered on December 9th, 1905. The opera shocked audiences due to it's themes which blend the violent and erotic within a Christian biblical setting. It centers around the death of John the Baptist and is famous for it's 'Dance of the Seven Veils'. Laila Andersson-Palme was born in 1941 and moved to Stockholm in 1960. She was immediately accepted in the solo class at the Royal College of Music and began to perform in small roles at the Opera. After a student concert in 1963 where she sang Violetta's aria in La Traviata at the Royal Opera House, she was directly engaged on a scholarship. Eventually her voice developed in a dramatic direction. Following a hugely successful career often singing Richard Strauss and Richard Wagner, in various roles, in 1985 she was appointed Court singer in 1985 and was elected in 1997as member no. 913 of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music.
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Label: STERLING
Rel. Date: 10/02/2020
UPC: 7393338184324

Salome
Artist: Laila Andersson
Format: CD
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1. Salome, Scene I: I. Wie Schöne Ist Die Prinzessin Salome Heute Nacht!
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2. Salome, Scene I: II. Nach Mir Wird Einer Kommen
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3. Salome, Scene II: I. Ich Will Nicht Bleiben
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4. Salome, Scene II: II. Siehe, Der Herr Ist Gekommen
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5. Salome, Scene II: III. Jauchze Nicht, Du Land Palästina
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6. Salome, Scene II: IV. Du Wirst Das Für Mich Tun
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7. Salome, Scene III: I. Wo Ist Er, Dessen Sündenbecher
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8. Salome, Scene III: II. Er Ist Schrecklich
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9. Salome, Scene III: III. Wie Abgezehrt Er Ist!
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10. Salome, Scene III: IV. Jochanaan!
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11. Salome, Scene III: V. Niemals, Tochter Babylons
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12. Salome, Scene III: VI. Intermezzo
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13. Salome, Scene IV: I. Wo Ist Salome?
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14. Salome, Scene IV: II. Salome, Komm, Trink Wein Mit Mir
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15. Salome, Scene IV: III. Wahrhatfig, Herr, Es Wäre Besser
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16. Salome, Scene IV: IV. Siehe, Der Tag Ist Nahe
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17. Salome, Scene IV: V. Eine Menge Menschen Wird Sich
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18. Salome, Scene IV: VI. Tanz Für Mich, Salome
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19. Salome, Scene IV: VII. Salomes Tanz
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20. Salome, Scene IV: VIII. Ah! Herrlich!
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21. Salome, Scene IV: IX. Nein, Nein!
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22. Salome, Scene IV: X. Salome, Ich Beschwöre Dich:
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23. Salome, Scene IV: XI. Wer Hat Meinen Ring Genommen?
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24. Salome, Scene IV: XII. Es Ist Kein Laut Zu Vernehmen
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25. Salome, Scene IV: XIII. Ah! Du Wolltest Mich Nicht Dein Mund Geben
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26. Salome, Scene IV: XIV. Sie Ist Ein Ungeheurer, Deine Tochter
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27. Salome, Scene IV: XV. Ah! Ich Habe Deinen Mund Geküßt, Jochanaan
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Richard Strauss' Salome, adapted from the play by Oscar Wilde, first premiered on December 9th, 1905. The opera shocked audiences due to it's themes which blend the violent and erotic within a Christian biblical setting. It centers around the death of John the Baptist and is famous for it's 'Dance of the Seven Veils'. Laila Andersson-Palme was born in 1941 and moved to Stockholm in 1960. She was immediately accepted in the solo class at the Royal College of Music and began to perform in small roles at the Opera. After a student concert in 1963 where she sang Violetta's aria in La Traviata at the Royal Opera House, she was directly engaged on a scholarship. Eventually her voice developed in a dramatic direction. Following a hugely successful career often singing Richard Strauss and Richard Wagner, in various roles, in 1985 she was appointed Court singer in 1985 and was elected in 1997as member no. 913 of the Royal Swedish Academy of Music.