Daphne, Op. 82, is an opera in one act by Richard Strauss, subtitled "Bucolic Tragedy in One Act". The German libretto was by Joseph Gregor. The opera is based loosely on the mythological figure Daphne from Ovid's Metamorphoses and includes elements taken from The Bacchae by Euripides. The opera premiered at the Semperoper in Dresden on 15 October 1938, originally intended as a double bill with Strauss' Friedenstag, but as the scale of Daphne grew, that idea was abandoned.
Album · 1994 · 17 Songs. 82: Orchestereinleitung - "Kleontes!", "Adrast". Hans Braun, Karl Böhm, Chorus of the Vienna State Opera, Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera, Kurt Equiluz, Harald Pröglhöf & Ludwig Welter. 2. Daphne - Opera In 1 Act, Op. 82: O bleib, geliebter Tag! Hilde Gueden, Karl Böhm & Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera. 3.
Composed By – Richard Strauss. Conductor – Karl Böhm. Contralto Vocals – Vera Little. Libretto By – Joseph Gregor. Soprano Vocals – Hilde Güden. Soprano Vocals – Rita Streich. Soprano Vocals – Erika Mechera.
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Home Classical Strauss Richard Richard Strauss - Daphne (Bohm). Richard Strauss - Daphne (Bohm). Richard Strauss - Daphne (Bohm) Böhm's Daphne recording, made at a festival performance in Vienna in 1964, is another Strauss classic and here, in the opera dedicated to him and of which he conducted the first performance in 1938, he is peerless. The EMI/Haitink of a few years ago (nla) came nowhere near it, even though Böhm makes some irritating cuts.