Tristan und Isolde Act I" Von einem Kahn" mit Gabrielle Islwyn





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Uploaded on Nov 15, 2010

Isolde's description of when she took Tristan in not knowing who he was, only finding a wounded man in a skiff butting up on shore. And then she recognizes him, the man who killed her fiancé Morold(in this Wagner's version), from the splinter of Morold's sword that she extracts..and goes to take vengeance for herself and for her country, for she is above all the princess od Eire. And cannot. When she comes to kill him with his own sword, Triatan looks up, not at the sword, not at her hand, butstraight in her eyes. And she cannot, she sees too much pain there, and she lets the sword fall...and cannot forgive herself ever after for it.

Brian Marble, pianist

Recorded in Firenze by Vincenzo Vanni
Le Carrozze Records and Studios

photo by James McCracken www.piandelcolombaio.com

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