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Who is singing The Four Last Songs- by R. Strauss

Rob
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Mark Yeshanov
Who is singing The Four Last Songs- by R. Strauss   Monday, August 11, 2003 (2:16 p.m.) 

In the film The Hours, there is a scene where Meryl Streep is in her apartment preparing for the dinner party and listening to a recording of Strauss' "Four Last Songs". It is such beautiful music. The doorbell rings and she turns off the CD player and answers the door. I hate that she turns off the music. Does anybody know whose recording it is in the film? Maybe Kiri Te Kanawa? If anyone knows for sure, I would love to know.
Thanks

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Mark Yeshanov
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Rob
Re: Who is singing The Four Last Songs- by R. Strauss   Sunday, February 15, 2004 (8:17 a.m.) 

> In the film The Hours, there is a scene where Meryl Streep is in her
> apartment preparing for the dinner party and listening to a recording of
> Strauss' "Four Last Songs". It is such beautiful music. The
> doorbell rings and she turns off the CD player and answers the door. I
> hate that she turns off the music. Does anybody know whose recording it is
> in the film? Maybe Kiri Te Kanawa? If anyone knows for sure, I would love
> to know.
Thanks

Hi there !

well, its Jessy Norman, accompanied by the Gewandhaus orchestra from Leipzig, conducted by Kurt Masur - released on Philips.
Regards,
Mark.



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