Wagner: Siegfried - Barenboim, Jerusalem, Clark, Tomlinson




Tom Joad
Siegfried Jerusalem was 50+ years old when he sang this Siegfried, but he acts like a young man. I love that guy (platonic love of course). All the other singers (plus the musicians and the staging) are great, too. Especially Graham Clark as Mime - what a feast to watch him! The Barenboim/Kupfer Ring is my benchmark. I have it on DVD and yet I can't resist to click it here on YT from time to time.
gtron212
English subtitles please
lendallpitts
Siegfried Jerusalem was my favorite Siegfried, my favorite Parsifal, and my favorite Tristan of the post-war era, just as Waltraud Weier has been my favorite Kundry, my favorite, Sieglinde, and my favorite Isolde. We are immeasurably blessed that we have the Met/Levine DVD of the Jerusalem/Meier Parsifal and the Barenboim/Heiner Müller DVD of Tristan. And by the way, we are also blessed that we have this video of the Jerusalem/Barenboim Siegfried.
waltervonstolzing13
Barenboim: immer komische Tempi (z. B. Anfang Akt 2, unerträglich langsam). Er muss immer zeigen, dass er es besser weiß... lächerlich!
Catharina, Sweden
This is not 360 p.
Christophe Fournier
it's really sad that you post this in mono. The Reinhgold made me hope for a full ring of value both visually and otherwise. Instead, you wasted hours of my time and countless others. Please pay attention.
Juicio_final
Thank you for upload this. I really like this cycle because it's a good mix between good singers, music, and visual (levine cycle from 80's is a little bit boring to see through tv).
Ben Emberley
Erda's entrance in Act 3 is just chilling.
Patricia Merlaud
P’merlaud excellent,