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The Official Podcast Page of Wagneroperas.com

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Apr 11, 2006

After almost two years online, Wagneroperas.com is adding a new dimension to the website: podcasting! In a few short days this site's first podcast will hit the air.  We are very excited to be able to bring you a fascinating program about Wagner's last opera Parsifal and the way that conductors have approached the work since its premiere in 1882. The program will include rare highlights from Bayreuth recordings dating back to the late 1920's featuring bass Alexander Kipnis, conductor Karl Muck, and Siegfried Wagner, the composer's son. Hope to see you back here soon!


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Tim Violette
eleven and a half years ago

This is the best---- one of the finest looking music sites around! The podcasts were wonderful and I thank you for your dedication---

Giuseppe Sottotetti
eleven and a half years ago

I appreciate your podcasts a lot. It\'s very interesting to notice how interpretations of Wagner\'s opera have evolved. Your podcast on the \"italian Wagner\" shed light tastes and perception of music have changed in less than a century

Charles Handelman
eleven and a half years ago

CONGRATULATIONS!!!! As a Wagner nut (and podcaster now myself),I think your site will be something memorable for us....the idea of podcasting devoted to wagner is a great venture and i wish you my best... I already did a live wagner podcast..but you will be the great \"authorities\" on the genius of Wagner\'s work...Thanks....Charlie