Friedrich "Fritz" Karl Otto Wunderlich (26 September 1930 – 17 September 1966) was a German lyric tenor, famed for his singing of the Mozart repertory and various lieder. He died in an accident when he was only 35. Wunderlich was born in Kusel in the Palatinate, Germany. His mother was a violinist and his father was a choirmaster. For a short time, the family kept the inn "Emrichs Bräustübl" (Emrich's Brewing Cottage)
Friedrich "Fritz" Karl Otto Wunderlich was a German lyric tenor, famed for his singing of the Mozart repertory and various. As a young man, Wunderlich worked in a bakery. At the insistence of neighbors and passers-by who had witnessed his musical gifts and beautiful voice, Wunderlich decided to begin studies in music. lt;/p
Fritz Wunderlich (September 26, 1930 - September 17, 1966) was a German tenor, born in Kusel,. His mother was a violinist and his father, who died when Fritz was only five years old, had been a choir-master. The family lived with difficulties, and the story goes that as a young man Fritz Wunderlich worked in a bakery, starting his singing studies at the insistence of neighbours and passers-by who witnessed his natural musical gifts and beautiful voice.
Fritz Wunderlich is one of those singers whose voice, while you are listening to it, seems to eclipse all others. Ravishingly beautiful, perfectly produced, radiant, even, mellow, it flows out with effortless ease like a golden stream. I chose this album because it had particular tracks I wanted. It is, however, a double album which is filled up with a fair bit of Viennese Operetta. This music is not much to my taste and seems rather middle of the road to me. If you can find a single disc option that has all your favourites on it, I would go for that.
2. Und es blizten die Sterne. 3. Allein, wieder allein, for voice & piano (or orchestra) (from "Der Zarewitsch"). 4. Parlami d'amore, Mariù for voice & orchestra. 5. Wenn der Mund schweigt, for voice & orchestra. Günther von Schwarzburg.
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Barbara Wunderlich was less than three-years old when her father died, but she remembers his voice. Rehearsals for his legendary recording of Schumann’s Dichterliebe with pianist Hubert Giesen happened at home and little Barbara used to hang out in the music room. He didn’t mind having his children around during work, she tells me. He was raised the same way, in a musical family, so for him it was very normal. Normal is a word that crops up a lot when talking about Fritz Wunderlich the man. Colleagues adored him for his easy-going charm and seemingly boundless energy.
Artists Fritz Wunderlich Fritz Wunderlich: Historical Recordings 1954-1965. Fritz Wunderlich: Historical Recordings 1954-1965 Fritz Wunderlich. Fritz Wunderlich: Historical Recordings 1954-1965. This album has an average beat per minute of 112 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 74/178 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Fritz Wunderlich: Historical Recordings 1954-1965.
|A2||O Sole Mio|
|A4||Say You Will Not Forget|
|B1||My Song Goes Round The World|
|B4||My Heart Is Always Calling You|
|B5||Tell Me Tonight|
|B6||Fair Or Dark I Love Them All|
|2489 519||Fritz Wunderlich||The Glorious Voice of Fritz Wunderlich (LP, Album, RE)||Polydor||2489 519||UK||Unknown|