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Its Easter and thus it must be: Toscanini, 1940 - Wagner, Parsifal (Orchestral Highlights)
Written By The Wagnerian on Sunday, 8 April 2012 | 7:41:00 am
Prelude act I, Good Friday music, act III
act II, Klingsor's garden
NBC Symphony Orchestra
Arturo Toscanini, Conductor
Recorded, 23 March 1940.
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