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Salome

Author: Götz FriedrichTeresa StratasBernd WeiklHans BeirerAstrid VarnayAll authors
Publisher: Hamburg : Deutsche Grammophon ; New York : Manufactured and marketed by Polygram Records, 1988.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videodisc   Visual material : GermanView all editions and formats
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Strauss' sensuous and erotic masterpiece based on Oscar Wilde's poem in French, but sung here in a German translation by Hedwig Lachmann. Retells the biblical story of King Herod, his perverse, obsessive daughter Salomé, and the holy prophet John the Baptist. Includes the famous Dance of the Seven Veils, in return for which Salomé is granted her dreadful and fateful wish.
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Genre/Form: Filmed operas
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Götz Friedrich; Teresa Stratas; Bernd Weikl; Hans Beirer; Astrid Varnay; Karl Böhm; Richard Strauss; Oscar Wilde; Wiener Staatsoper.
OCLC Number: 20401093
Notes: Opera in one act.
Sung in German, with English subtitles.
Originally produced for television 1976.
Analog recording digitally remastered; CX encoded.
LaserVision CAV.
Program notes and synopsis in container.
Deutsche Grammophon 072 209-1.
Credits: Götz Friedrich, director.
Performer(s): Teresa Stratas, Salome; Bernd Weikl, Jochanaan; Astrid Varnay, Herodias; Hans Beirer, Herodes; Vienna Philharmonic; Karl Böhm, conductor.
Description: 1 videodisc (102 min.) : sd., col. ; 12 in.
Responsibility: music by Richard Strauss ; based on the play by Oscar Wilde ; German translation by Hedwig Lachmann.

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Strauss' sensuous and erotic masterpiece based on Oscar Wilde's poem in French, but sung here in a German translation by Hedwig Lachmann. Retells the biblical story of King Herod, his perverse, obsessive daughter Salomé, and the holy prophet John the Baptist. Includes the famous Dance of the Seven Veils, in return for which Salomé is granted her dreadful and fateful wish.

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