Glück, Das Mir Verblieb. B. Ich Werde Sie Nicht Wiedersehn. The green color label. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): 7 XBE 169. Matrix, Runout (Side A runout stamped): 7 XBE 169-1. Matrix, Runout (Side B label): 7 XBE 170.
Erich Korngold: Die Tote Stadt. 12" German ODEON special GOLD LABEL pressing with Tauber Signature under the label. Duett Marietta and Paul: Glueck das mir verblieb (Happiness, that I retained) Aria of Paul: Ich werde sie nicht wiedersehen (I will never see har again. Condition: Very Good PLUS PLUS, a very clean and undamaged record, with only some spots of light greying. This recording is one of the greatest renderings of a scene of love, letting the beloved go, and resignation to the loss. Incomparably sung by Tauber and Lehmann.
Home Label Naxos Die tote Stadt: Gluck, das mir verblieb. Die tote Stadt: Gluck, das mir verblieb. Korngold, Erich Wolfgang. Schott, Paul Korngold, Erich Wolfgang. CD QUALITY MP3. File formats included in CD QUALITY MP3.
Opera title: Die Tote Stadt. Composer: Erich Korngold. Synopsis: Die Tote Stadt Synopsis. Libretto: Die Tote Stadt Libretto. 5 - Richard Tauber 5 - Richard Tauber.
She sings the celebrated aria 'Glück das mir verblieb' from the opera Die tote Stadt by Erich Wolfgang Korngold, with the Hamburg Rundfunkorchester conducted by Wilhelm Schüchter. Schwarzkopf never sang this opera, nor indeed any other work by Korngold, not even his lieder as far as I am aware - a great pity, given the rapt quality she brings to this much recorded aria, that few can match.
Glück das mir verblieb" (German for "Joy, that near to me remained") is a duet from the 1920 opera Die tote Stadt (The Dead City) composed by Erich Wolfgang Korngold to a libretto by his father Julius Korngold as Paul Schott. It is written for a soprano and tenor. Also called the "Lute Song", it appears in act 1, approx. 25 minutes into the opera. For performances as a concert aria, a soprano will sing both parts.