By Richard Wagner - Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Torsten Ralf & Fritz Busch. 2. Lohengrin: In fernem Land. By Richard Wagner - Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Torsten Ralf & Fritz Busch. 3. Lohengrin: Mein lieber Schwan. 4. Tristan und Isolde: O sink´ hernieder, Nacht der Liebe. By Richard Wagner - Helen Traubel, Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Torsten Ralf, Herta Glaz & Fritz Busch. 5. Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg: Am stillen Herd. Lebendige Vergangenheit - Torsten Ralf.
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Torsten Ralf, Category: Artist, Albums: Karl Bohm Plays Various Artists, Lebendige Vergangenheit - Torsten Ralf, Lebendige Vergangenheit - Torsten Ralf (Vo. ), Beethoven, von Weber, Bizet & Strauss: Opera Arias (Great Singers), Biography: Dramatic tenor Torsten Ralf achieved both artistic and popular success in several of the repertory's heaviest tenor roles. Monthly Listeners: 128, Where People Listen: Stockholm, Berlin, Singapore, Mexico City, Amsterdam. Ralf was a conscientious musician, seeking to follow the composer's intentions. When, however, he sang the final B flat at the conclusion of "Celeste Aida" softly as Verdi notated, his reward was only a smattering of applause. After studying voice with Haldis Ingebjart in Stockholm and, later, Hartha Dehmlow in Berlin, Ralf made his debut in Stettin as Cavaradossi in a 1930 production of Tosca.
Torsten Ralf: Swedish operatic tenor, particularly associated with Wagner and Strauss roles, one of the leading dramatic tenors of the inter-war period. Ralf was born in Malmö. Otello: Act I - Una vela!, Otello: Act IV - Ave Maria, Fidelio: "O namenlose Freude" (Leonore, Florestan) и другие песни. Вся дискография, Радио, Концерты, рекомендации и похожие исполнители.
Torsten Ralf (January 2, 1901 – April 27, 1954), was a Swedish operatic tenor, particularly associated with Wagner and Strauss roles, one of the leading dramatic tenors of the inter-war period. He began his vocal studies in Stockholm with Haldis Ingebjart and John Forsell, and later studied in Berlin with Hertha Dehmlow. He made his debut in 1930, as Cavaradossi in Stettin.
Torsten Ralf (1901-55), the Swedish tenor, active in Dresden and Berlin before and during the war, also sang pre- and post-war at Covent Garden. These recordings were made, with one exception, during 1941-3 in Dresden (with Bohm conducting) and Berlin, and give a fair conspectus of the singer's repertory. Particularly important is the solo from Richard Strauss's Daphne since he created the role of Apollo, and it shows Ralf on splendid form. Torsten Ralf (1901-1954) - I. Show View record and artist details. Record and Artist Details. Lebendige Vergangenheit.