|A1||Martern Aller Arten|
|A2||Ach, Ich Liebte, War So Glücklich|
|A3||Letzte Rose, Wie Magst Du So Einsam Hier Blühn|
|A4||Marha! - Herr!|
|A5||Laß Mich Dir Sagen|
|A6||Sie Entfloh, Die Taube So Minnig|
|A7||Hoffmann! - Antonia!|
|A8||Sehligkeit Tief Empfunden|
|A9||Hörst Du Es Tönen Mit Süßer Meldodie|
|B3||Wer Ist Statt Seiner Hier Im Sacke|
|B4||Ach, Wer Ruft Mich?|
|B5||Eine Tages Sehen Wir|
|B6||Die Kanone Im Hafen|
|B6||Schüttle Alle Zweige Dieses Kirschbaums|
|8 21 118||Erna Berger||Erna Berger (LP, Comp, Mono, RP)||ETERNA||8 21 118||German Democratic Republic (GDR)||1982|
Artist: Berliner Philharmoniker, Рейнгольд Морицевич Глиэр, Erna Berger. Album: Classical Masters.
Listen to music from Erna Berger like Act 2: Der Holle Rache Kocht In Meinem Herzen, Act 1: O Zitt're Nicht, Mein Lieber Sohn! & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Erna Berger. Erna Berger (19 October 1900 – 14 June 1990), was a prominent German coloratura lyric soprano. She is most famous for her Queen of the Night and her Konstanze.
Erna Berger (19 October 1900 – 14 June 1990), was a German coloratura lyric soprano. She was best known for her Queen of the Night and her Konstanze. Born in Dresden, Germany, Berger spent some years as a child in India and South America. She lived there later on as well, working as a clerk and a piano teacher, before borrowing enough money for the trip back to Germany.
Erna Berger Vocals, Philharmonia Orchestra of London Orchestra, Josef Krips Conductor. 1. 11. onstanze's Aria: Martern aller Arten. Non paventar mia vita, scene and aria for for soprano and orchestra, . 81, O.
Erna Berger – Erna Berger · I. Label: Electrola – E 70 414, Electrola – WBLP 56. Soprano Vocals – Erna Berger. Rights Society: BIEM.
Erna Berger, Germany's most well-known coloratura soprano of the last few decades, indeed proved to have extraordinary musical talent even at a very early age. At five, she could happily render "Leise, leise, fromme Weise" - the prayer from Weber's Freischütz - quite faultlessly, and think up and perform her own dances. In short, she was completely enthralled by anything to do with music. Erna Berger’s father was a railway engineer, an adventurous man who loved to trvel. He constructed a network of railway lines in Africa, leaving his young daughter in the care of her aunts in Dresden. At the age of 17, Erna happened to have the chance, through a friend of the family, to sing to Elisabeth Rethberg, the famous soprano, who immediately recognized her exceptional gift and advised her to join the Dresden Opera Chorus, where she would receive a thorough training with no extra costs involved.