Wednesday, July 18, 2018

This Frederica von Stade discography includes CDs, SACDs and DVDs, and also some television broadcasts which have yet to enter the DVD catalogue. 

Part 1: CDs and SACDs of music by a single composer.

Dominick Argento: Casa Guidi, Capriccio for clarinet and orchestra (Rossini in Paris) and In praise of music: seven songs for orchestra; with Burt Hara and the Minnesota Orchestra, conducted by Eiji Oue; digital recording, May 2001; Reference Recordings  RR-100CD.

Hector Berlioz: La damnation de Faust; with Kenneth Riegel, Jose van Dam, Malcolm King and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Georg Solti; digital recording, May 1981;  Decca 414 680-2.

Hector Berlioz: La damnation de Faust: selection; with Kenneth Riegel, Jose van Dam, Malcolm King and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Georg Solti; digital recording, May 1981; Decca 410 181-2.

Leonard Bernstein: Arias and barcarolles, A Quiet Place - Suite and West Side Story - Symphonic Dances; with Thomas Hampson and the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas; digital recording, September 1993; DG 439 926-2.

Leonard Bernstein: The Bernstein songbook; excerpts from On the town, Peter Pan, Trouble in Tahiti, Wonderful town, Candide, West Side story, Mass and 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, with Rosalind Russell, Barbara Cook, Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Chita Rivera, John Reardon, Cris Alexander, Marcia Henderson, Boris Karloff, Nancy Williams, Julian Patrick, Antonia Butler, Michael Clark, Mark Brown, Jacquelyn McKeever, Max Adrian, Robert Rounseville, Marilyn Cooper, Reri Grist, Larry Kert, Carol Lawrence and Alan Titus; Frederica von Stade's contribution to this recording, a performance of Take care of this house, was accompanied by the National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein, and taped as a live analogue recording at the inauguration of President Carter in January 1977; Sony MK 44760. Frederica von Stade's contribution to this disc is included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Leonard Bernstein: On the town; with Tyne Daly, Marie McLaughlin, Thomas Hampson, Kurt Ollman, David Garrison, Samuel Ramey, Evelyn Lear, Cleo Laine, London Voices and the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michael Tilson Thomas; live digital recording, June 1992; DG 437 516-2. Also issued on Laserdisc video.

Leonard Bernstein: Somewhere; DG 439 251-2. Frederica von Stade's contributions to this compilation album are included in Leonard Bernstein: On the town.

Chris Brubeck: Convergence, River of song & Prague concerto for bass trombone and orchestra; with Rachel Luxon and the Tassajara Symphony, conducted by Sara Jobin, and Chris Brubeck and the Czech National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Paul Freeman; digital recording, copyright 2005; issued as a hybrid disc, combining a 2-channel CD with a multi-channel SACD, compatible with all CD players; Koch International Classics KIC-SC-7653.

Dave Brubeck: Frederica von Stade sings Brubeck - Across your dreams; with Jenny Elkus, Bill Crofut, Chris Brubeck, Joel Brown, Frank Brown, Edward Arron, Mark Vinci and Dan Brubeck; digital recording, copyright 1996; Telarc  CD-80467.

Marie-Joseph Canteloube: Chants d'Auvergne, Vol. 1; with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Antonio de Almeida; digital recording, June 1982; Sony CD 37299. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Marie-Joseph Canteloube: Chants d'Auvergne, Vol. 2 & Triptyque; with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Antonio de Almeida; digital recording, July 1985; Sony MK 37837. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Marie-Joseph Canteloube: Chants d'Auvergne; with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Antonio de Almeida; digital recording, June 1982 and July 1985; Newton Classics. A reissue of Chants d'Auvergne, Vol. 1 and Chants d'Auvergne Vol. 2 & Triptyque in a 2-CD edition.

Marie-Joseph Canteloube: Songs of the Auvergne; Chants d'Auvergne; with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Antonio de Almeida; digital recording, June 1982 and July 1985; a selection of songs from Marie-Joseph Canteloube: Chants d'Auvergne, Vol. 1 and Marie-Joseph Canteloube: Chants d'Auvergne, Vol. 2 & Triptyque; Sony MDK 46509.

Bill Crofut: Dance on a moonbeam, a collection of songs and poems; with Julianne Baird, Benjamin Luxon, Dawn Upshaw, Meryl Streep, Joel Brown, Carver Blanchard, Jim Cowdery, Chris Brubeck, Chorus Angelicus and the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Joel Revzen and Paul Halley; digital recording, 1998; Telarc CD-80554.

Richard Danielpour: Elegies & Sonnets to Orpheus; with Ying Huang, Thomas Hampson, the Perspectives Ensemble and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Roger Nierenberg; digital recording, September 1998; Sony SK 60850. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums..

Claude Debussy: Melodies; with Elly Ameling, Mady Mesple, Michele Command, Gerard Souzay and Dalton Baldwin; analogue recording, copyright 1980;  EMI CMS 7 64095 2.

Claude Debussy: Pelleas et Melisande; with Richard Stilwell, Jose van Dam, Ruggero Raimondi, Nadine Denize, Christine Barbaux, Pascal Thomas, the Choir of the German Opera Berlin and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Herbert von Karajan; analogue recording, December 1978;  EMI CDS 7 49350 2.

Claude Debussy: Pelleas et Melisande; with Kurt Ollman, John Brocheler, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Glenys Linos, Patrizia Pace and the Orchestra and Chorus of La Scala, conducted by Claudio Abbado; live analogue recording, 28 May 1986; Opera D'Oro.

Antonin Dvorak: Dvorak in Prague, a celebration; with Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Rudolf Firkusny and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Seiji Ozawa; live digital recording, December 1993; Sony SK 46687. Also issued on DVD. Frederica von Stade's contribution to this recording is included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums..

Manuel de Falla: The three-cornered hat; with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Andre Previn; digital recording, copyright 1983; Philips 411 046-2.

Gabriel Faure: Melodies; with Jean-Philippe Collard; digital recording, June 1981; American Artists edition;  EMI 50999 0 94425 2 8. This edition includes Frederica von Stade's contribution to Gabriel Faure: L'oeuvre d'orchestre Vol. 1, i.e. Melisande's song. 

Gabriel Faure: Melodies; with Jean-Philippe Collard; digital recording, June 1981; Japanese edition; EMI TOCE-13459. This edition includes the French texts of all the songs.

Gabriel Faure: Oeuvres pour piano & Melodies; with Jean-Philippe Collard; analogue and digital recordings, taped between 1973 and 1983; EMI 50999 501759 2 5. This edition includes Frederica von Stade's Faure recital as an appendix.

Gabriel Faure: L'oeuvre d'orchestre, Vol.1: Pelleas et Melisande, Masques et bergamasques and Shylock; with Nicolai Gedda, Ensemble Vocal, Alix Bourbon and the Orchestre du Capitole de Toulouse, conducted by Michel Plasson; analogue recording, June 1980; EMI CDC 7479382.

Ricky Ian Gordon: A coffin in Egypt; with David Matranga, Carolyn Johnson, Cheryl D. Clansy, Laura Elizabeth Patterson, James M. Winslow, Jawan C. M. Jenkins and members of the Houston Grand Opera Orchestra, conducted by Timothy Myers; live digital recording, March 2014; Albany Records TROY1500.

Joseph Haydn: Mass in B-flat major, Hob. XXII: 14: Harmoniemesse, with Judith Blegen, Kenneth Riegel, Simon Estes, the Westminster Choir and the New York Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein; analogue recording, February 1973; issued coupled with Bernstein's recording of Joseph Haydn: The creation as Leonard Bernstein: the royal edition No. 36 of 100;  Sony SM2K 47560.

Joseph Haydn: La fedelta premiata; with Lucia Valentini Terrani, Tonny Landy, Alan Titus, Ileana Cotrubas, Luigi Alva, Maurizio Mazzieri, Kari Lovass, the Choirs of the Suisse Romande Radio and the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Antal Dorati; analogue recording, June 1975; Philips 432 430-2. Included in Joseph Haydn: the operas; Decca.

Joseph Haydn: Il mondo della luna; with Domenico Trimarchi, Luigi Alva, Arleen Auger, Edith Mathis, Lucia Valentini Terrani, Anthony Rolfe Johnson and the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Antal Dorati; analogue recording, September 1977; Philips 432 420-2. Included in Joseph Haydn: the operas; Decca.

Joseph Haydn: The operas. Includes Joseph Haydn: La fedelta premiata and Joseph Haydn: Il mondo della luna; Decca..

Jake Heggie: Dead man walking; with Susan Graham, John Packard, Theresa Hamm-Smith, Gary Rideout, Catherine Cook, Robert Orth, Nicolle Foland, Jay Hunter Morris, John Ames, David Okerlund and the San Francisco Opera Chorus and Orchestra, conducted by Patrick Summers; live digital recording, October 2000; Erato 86238-2 .

Jake Heggie: Dead man walking; with Joyce DiDonato, Philip Cutlip, Measha Brueggergosman, Hector Vasquez, Beau Gibson, Cheryl Parrish, John Packard, Susanne Mentzer, Jon Kolbet, Michael Sumuel and the Chorus and Orchestra of Houston Grand Opera, conducted by Patrick Summers; live digital recording, January and February 2011; Virgin 50999 6024632 5.

Jake Heggie: The faces of love, the songs of Jake Heggie; with Renee Fleming, Jennifer Larmore, Nicolle Foland, Zheng Cao, Kristin Clayton, Carol Vaness, Brian Asawa, Sylvia McNair, Emil Miland and Jake Heggie; digital recording, 1998 and 1999; RCA 09026-63484-2.

Jake Heggie: Flesh & stone; songs of Jake Heggie; with Joyce Castle, Carey Bell, Dawn Harms, Richard Worn, Eugenia Zukerman, David Henderson, Emil Miland, Mary Phillips and Jake Heggie; digital recording, copyright 2007; Classical Action 6 08217 10502 2.

Jake Heggie: Great Scott; with Joyce DiDonato, Ailyn Perez, Nathan Gunn, Anthony Roth Costanzo, Kevin Burdette, Rodell Rosel, Michael Mayes and the Chorus and Orchestra of the Dallas Opera, conducted by Patrick Summers; live digital recording, October and November 2015; Erato 0190295940782.

Jake Heggie: Passing by, songs by Jake Heggie; with Isabel Bayrakdarian, Zheng Cao, Paul Groves, Keith Phares, Dawn Harms, CarlaMaria Rodrigues, Susan Graham, Joyce DiDonato, Emil Miland and Jake Heggie; digital recording, June 2007 and January 2008; Avie AV 2198.

Jake Heggie: Three Decembers; with Kristin Clayton, Keith Phares and members of the Orchestra of Houston Grand Opera, conducted by Patrick Summers; live digital recording, March 2008; Albany Records TROY1073/74.

Engelbert Humperdinck: Hansel & Gretel; with Ileana Cotrubas, Christa Ludwig, Siegmund Nimsgern, Kiri Te Kanawa, Ruth Welting, Elisabeth Soderstrom, the Children's Chorus of Cologne Opera and the Gurzenich Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard; analogue recording, June 1978; Sony M2K 79217 (UK catalogue number) and M2K 35898 (USA catalogue number)..

Jerome Kern: Show Boat; with Jerry Hadley, Teresa Stratas, Bruce Hubbard, Karla Burns, David Garrison, Paige O'Hara, Robert Nichols, Nancy Kulp, Lillian Gish, the Ambrosian Chorus and the London Sinfonietta, conducted by John McGlinn: digital recording, June, July and August 1987; EMI CDS 7 49108 2.

Gustav Mahler: Das Lied von der Erde & Ruckertlieder; Sony SBK 53518. Frederica von Stade's contributions to this compilation album are included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital  albums.

Gustav Mahler: Songs of a wayfarer, Ruckertlieder and songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn; with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Davis; analogue recording, December 1978; Sony. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums and in Frederica von Stade: Duets, arias, scenes and songs; not available separately.

Gustav Mahler: Symphonie Nr. 4; with the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Claudio Abbado; analogue recording, May 1977; first released as DG 413 454-2, and then, after remastering, as  DG 437 011-2.

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 4 and Songs of a wayfarer; with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Yoel Levi; digital recording, July 1998; Telarc CD-80499.

Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 4 & Lieder eines fahrenden Gesellen; Sony SBK 46535. Frederica von Stade's contributions to this compilation album are included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Jules Massenet: Cendrillon; with Nicolai Gedda, Jane Berbie, Jules Bastin, Ruth Welting, Teresa Cahill, Elizabeth Bainbridge, the Ambrosian Opera Chorus and the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Julius Rudel; analogue recording, June 1978; Sony M2K 79323 (UK catalogue number) and M2K 35194 (USA catalogue number).

Jules Massenet: Cherubin; with Samuel Ramey, June Anderson, Dawn Upshaw, the Chorus of the Bavarian State Opera and the Munich Radio Orchestra, conducted by Pinchas Steinberg; digital recording, April 1991; RCA 09026 60593 2.

Jules Massenet: Werther; with Jose Carreras, Thomas Allen, Isobel Buchanan, Robert Lloyd, Paul Crook, Malcolm King, Linda Humphries, Donaldson Bell and the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, conducted by Colin Davis; analogue recording, February 1980; Philips 416 654-2; reissued by Decca.

Felix Mendelssohn: A midsummer night's dream; with Judith Blegen, women's voices of the Mendelssohn Club of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by Eugene Ormandy; sung in English; analogue recording, April and May 1976; RCA RD82084.

Felix Mendelssohn: A midsummer night's dream; with Kathleen Battle, Judi Dench, the Tanglewood Festival Chorus and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Seiji Ozawa; sung in German; digital recording, October 1992; DG 439 897-2.

Claudio Monteverdi: Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria; with Richard Stilwell, Patrick Power, Ann Murray, Richard Lewis, Alexander Oliver, the Glyndebourne Chorus and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Raymond Leppard; analogue recording, June 1979; Sony 88985345922.

Wolfgang Mozart: La clemenza di Tito; with Janet Baker, Yvonne Minton, Stuart Burrows, Lucia Popp, Robert Lloyd and the Chorus and Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, conducted by Colin Davis; analogue recording, July 1976; Philips 420 097-2.

Wolfgang Mozart: Cosi fan tutte; with Kiri Te Kanawa, Teresa Stratas, David Rendall, Philippe Huttenlocher, Jules Bastin, the Chorus of l'Opera du Rhin and the Strasbourg Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Alain Lombard; analogue recording, May 1977; Erato 2292-45683-2.

Wolfgang Mozart: Grosse messe c-moll KV427, Exsultate, jubilate KV165  & Ave verum corpus KV618; with Arleen Auger, Frank Lopardo, Cornelius Hauptmann and the Bavarian Radio Choir and Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein; live digital recording, April 1990; DG 431 791-2. Also issued on DVD.

Wolfgang Mozart: Messe KV139, Waisenhausmesse; with Gundula Janowitz, Wieslaw Ochman, Kurt Moll, the Vienna State Opera Chorus and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Claudio Abbado; analogue recording, October 1975; DG 427 255-2.

Wolfgang Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro: with Mirella Freni, Elizabeth Harwood, Jane Berbie, Elke Schary, Jose van Dam, Tom Krause, Michel Senechal, Paolo Montarsolo, Zoltan Kelemen, Willy Caron, the Vienna State Opera Chorus and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Herbert von Karajan; live analogue recording, 1974; Opera D'Oro.

Wolfgang Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro; with Ileana Cotrubas, Anna Tomowa-Sintow, Tom Krause, Jose van Dam, Jane Berbie, Jules Bastin, Heinz Zednik, Kurt Equiluz, Christiane Barbaux, Zoltan Kelemen, the Vienna State Opera Chorus and the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Herbert von Karajan; analogue recording, April and May 1978; Decca 421 125-2.

Wolfgang Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro; with Thomas Allen, Kiri Te Kanawa, Lucia Popp, Samuel Ramey, Jane Berbie, Kurt Moll, Robert Tear, Philip Langridge, Yvonne Kenny, Giorgio Tadeo, Lynda Russell, Anne Mason, the London Opera Chorus and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Georg Solti; digital recording, June and December 1981;  Decca 410 150-2.

Jacques Offenbach: Arias & overtures; with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Antonio de Almeida; digital recording, December 1994;  RCA 09026 68116 2. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Cole Porter: Anything goes; with Kim Criswell, Chris Groenendaal, Jack Gilford, Judy Green, Rebecca Caine, Simon Green, Bryan Landrine, Michael B. Wailing, Bruce Hubbard, Del-Bourree Bach, Phil Ossafee, Dustin Stacks, the Amrosian Chorus and the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by John McGlinn; digital recording, August 1988; EMI CDC 7 49848 2.

Jean-Philippe Rameau: Dardanus; with Christiane Eda-Pierre, Georges Gautier, Michael Devlin, Roger Soyer, Jose van Dam, Veronique Dietschy, Helene Garetti, Annick Dutertre, Monique Marandon, Jean-Philippe Courtis and the Chorus and Orchestra of the Paris Opera, conducted by Raymond Leppard; analogue recording, November 1980; Erato 4509-95312-2.

Maurice Ravel: Bolero, Rapsodie espagnole, La valse, Alborada del gracioso & Sheherazade;  Sony SMK 64244;  Frederica von Stade's contributions to this compilation album are included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums

Maurice Ravel: Sheherazade, Chansons madecasses, Melodies populaires grecques & Melodies hebraiques; with Doriot Anthony Dwyer, Jules Eskind, Martin Katz and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Seiji Ozawa; digital recording, October and November 1979 and April 1980; Sony. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums; not available separately.

Richard Rodgers: My funny valentine - Frederica von Stade sings Rodgers and Hart: with the Ambrosian Chorus and the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by John McGlinn; digital recording, September 1989; EMI CDC 7 54071 2.

Richard Rodgers: The sound of music; with Haken Hagagard, Eileen Farrell, Barbara Daniels, Lewis Dahle von Schlanbusch, Neil Jones, Kimberly Barber, Sandra Graham, Janet Stubbs, Jeanne Menke, Devon Biere, Michelle Kear, Vincent Lee, Heather McFadden, Heather Harpenau, Lauren Frederick, the May Festival Chorus and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra conducted by Erich Kunzel; digital recording, December 1987; Telarc CD-80162.

Gioachino Rossini: Il barbiere di Siviglia; with Hermann Prey, Renzo Casellato, Enzo Dara, Paolo Montarsolo, Ruggero Raimondi, Stefania Malagu, Carlo Folcia, Alfredo Giacomotti and the Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, conducted by Thomas Schippers; live mono analogue recording, 31 December 1976; Living Stage.

Gioachino Rossini: The Rossini bicentennial birthday gala; with Maria Fortuna, Deborah Voigt, Marilyn Horne, Kathleen Kuhlmann, Mimi Lerner, Rockwell Blake, Craig Estep, Chris Merritt, Thomas Hampson, Jan Opalach, Henry Runey, George Hogan, Samuel Ramey, the Concert Chorale of New York and the Orchestra of St Luke's, conducted by Roger Norrington; live digital recording, February and March 1992; EMI 0777 7 54643 2 0.  Also issued on Laserdisc video.

Gioachino Rossini: La donna del lago; with Marilyn Horne, Rockwell Blake, Dano Raffanti, Nicola Zaccaria, Susanne Mentzer, Bruce Ford, the Houston Grand Opera Chorus and the Houston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Claudio Scimone; live analogue recording, 5 October 1981; Ponto PO-1016.

Gioachino Rossini: Otello; with Jose Carreras, Gianfranco Pastine, Salvatore Fisichella, Nucci Condo, Samuel Ramey, Keith Lewis, Alfonso Leoz, the Ambrosian Opera Chorus and the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Jesus Lopez Cobos; analogue recording, September 1978; Philips 432 456-2.

Richard Strauss:  Der Rosenkavalier; with Evelyn Lear, Ruth Welting, Jules Bastin, Jose Carreras, Derek Hammond Stroud, the Netherlands Opera Chorus and the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Edo de Waart; analogue recording, July 1976; Philips 442 086-2. Reissued by Decca.

Richard Strauss: New Year's Eve Concert 1992; with Martha Argerich, Renee Fleming, Kathleen Battle, Andreas Schmidt and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Claudio Abbado; live digital recording, December 1992; Sony SK 52565. Also issued on DVD. Frederica von Stade's contribution to this recording is included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Ambroise Thomas: Mignon; with Marilyn Horne, Alain Vanzo, Ruth Welting, Nicola Zaccaria, Claude Meloni, Andre Battedou, Paul Hudson, the Ambrosian Opera Chorus and the Philharmonia Orchestra, conducted by Antonio de Almeida; analogue recording, June and July 1977; Sony  SM3K 34590.

Giuseppe Verdi: Don Carlo; with Franco Corelli, Sherrill Milnes, Montserrat Caballe, Cesare Siepi, Grace Bumbry, John Macurdy, Tania Karina, Paul Plishka, Leo Goeke, Rod MacWherter, Lucine Amara and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, conducted by Francesco Molinari-Pradelli; live analogue recording, 22 April 1972; Foyer 2-CF 2092.

Giuseppe Verdi: Don Carlo; with Franco Corelli, Robert Merrill, Gabriella Tucci, Ruggero Raimondi, Fiorenza Cossotto, John Macurdy, Tania Karina, Paul Plishka, Gabor Carelli, Rod MacWherter, Jeannine Altmeyer and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, conducted by Francesco Molinari-Pradelli; live analogue recording, 15 June 1972; Living Stage.

Giuseppe Verdi: La traviata; with Luciano Pavarotti, Joan Sutherland, Sherrill Milnes, Raymond Gibbs, Leo Goeke, Gene Boucher, Louis Sgarro, Loretta DiFranco, Luigi Marcella, John Trehy and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Richard Bonynge; live analogue recording, 22 October 1970; Butterfly Music BMCD 002, reissued by Bella Voce.

Mack Wilberg: Requiem and other choral works; with Bryn Terfel, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Orchestra at Temple Square, conducted by Craig Jessop; live digital recording, October 2007; Mormon Tabernacle Choir CFN 0813-2.

Part 2: CDs and SACDs of music by more than one composer.

Angel heart, a music storybook; with Jeremy Irons, Lisa Delan, Zheng Cao, Daniel Taylor, Sanford Sylvan, Mike Marshall, Caterina Lichtenberg, Matt Haimovitz and Uccello ensemble and the children's choir of St Martin de Porres School, conducted by Michael Morgan; digitally recorded between July 2011 and August 2012; Oxingale Records OX2023.

Ardis Krainik celebration gala; live digital recording, 20 October 1998; Lyric Opera of Chicago.

Judith Blegen & Frederica von Stade: Arias, songs and duets; with music by Robert Schumann, Ernest Chausson, Franz Schubert, Alessandro Scarlatti, Wolfgang Mozart, Camille Saint-Saens and Johannes Brahms; with Judith Blegen and the Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, conducted by Charles Wadsworth; analogue recording, November 1974 and January 1975; Sony. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums and in Frederica von Stade: Duets, arias, scenes and songs; not available separately

A Carnegie Hall Christmas concert; with Kathleen Battle, Wynton Marsalis and his septet, Nancy Allen, the American Boychoir, the Christmas Concert Chorus and the Orchestra of St Luke's, conducted by Andre Previn; live digital recording, December 1991; Sony SK 48235. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums. Also issued on DVD.

An English treasury; Sony SMK 58932. Frederica von Stade's contributions to this compilation album are included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Flicka: another side of Frederica von Stade; with an orchestra conducted by Jeremy Lubbock; digital recording, October 1987; Sony MK 44609. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Frederica von Stade: Berlioz - Nuits d'ete; Debussy - La damoiselle elue; with Susanne Mentzer, the Tanglewood Festival Chorus and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Seiji Ozawa; digital recording, October 1983; Sony MK 39098. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Frederica von Stade chante Monteverdi & Cavalli; with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Raymond Leppard; digital recording, July 1984; Erato ECD 88100. Reissued with additional material in Frederica von Stade recital: Cavalli - Monteverdi - Mozart.

Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums. This set's 18 CDs include
          Marie-Joseph Canteloube: Chants d'Auvergne, Vol. 1;
          Marie-Joseph Canteloube: Chants d'Auvergne, Vol. 2 & Triptyque;
          Richard Danielpour: Elegies & Sonnets to Orpheus;
          Gustav Mahler: Songs of a wayfarer, Ruckertlieder and songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn;
          Jacques Offenbach: Arias and overtures;
          Maurice Ravel: Sheherazade, Chansons madecasses, Melodies populaires grecques and Melodies hebraiques;
          Judith Blegen & Frederica von Stade: Arias, songs and duets;
          A Carnegie Hall Christmas concert;
          Flicka: another side of Frederica von Stade;
          Frederica von Stade:  Berlioz - Nuits d'ete; Debussy - La damoiselle elue;
          Frederica von Stade: French opera arias;
          Frederica von Stade: Italian opera arias;
          Frederica von Stade: Live!;
          Frederica von Stade: Recital; and
          Frederica von Stade: Voyage a Paris.
Also included are Frederica von Stade's entire contributions to a further six recordings, i.e.
          Leonard Bernstein: The Bernstein songbook;
          Antonin Dvorak: Dvorak in Prague - a celebration;
          Richard Strauss: New Year's Eve Concert 1992;
          Marilyn Horne: Divas in song - a 60th birthday celebration;
          Marilyn Horne - Frederica von Stade: Dvorak, Schumann, Mendelssohn: Lieder and duets; and
          A salute to American music.
Also included are excerpts from another six recordings, i.e.
          Jake Heggie: The faces of love, the songs of Jake Heggie;
          Engelbert Humperdinck: Hansel & Gretel;
          Jules Massenet: Cendrillon;
          Jules Massenet: Cherubin;
          Claudio Monteverdi: Il ritorno d'Ulisse in patria; and
          Ambroise Thomas: Mignon.
This collection includes both analogue and digital recordings, some live, made between 1974 and 1999; Sony 88875183412. (One of Frederica von Stade's Columbia recital albums, Songs of the cat, is omitted.)

Frederica von Stade: Duets, arias, scenes and songs. This set's four CDs include:
          Gustav Mahler: Songs of a wayfarer, Ruckertlieder and songs from Des Knaben Wunderhorn;
          Judith Blegen & Frederica von Stade: Arias, songs and duets;
          Frederica von Stade: Italian opera arias; and
          Frederica von Stade: Recital.
Analogue recordings made between  November 1974 and December 1978; Newton Classics 8802125.

Frederica von Stade: French opera arias; with music by Giacomo Meyerbeer, Charles Gounod, Hector Berlioz, Jules Massenet, Ambroise Thomas and Jacques Offenbach; with the London Philharmonis Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard; analogue recording, January 1976; Sony  SMK 60527. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Frederica von Stade: Haydn - Mozart - Rossini; with the Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, conducted by Antal Dorati, and the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Edo de Waart; analogue recordings made in June and September 1975 and September 1977; Philips 420 084-2. This CD augments all the music from Frederica von Stade sings Mozart & Rossini arias with excerpts from Joseph Haydn: La fedelta premiata and Joseph Haydn: Il mondo della luna.

Frederica von Stade: Italian opera arias; with music by Claudio Monteverdi, Gioachino Rossini, Giovanni Paisiello, Riccardo Broschi and Ruggero Leoncavallo; with Janice Taylor and the National Arts Centre Orchestra, conducted by Mario Bernardi; analogue recording, August 1977 and July 1978. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums and in Frederica von Stade: Duets, arias, scenes and songs; not available separately.

Frederica von Stade: Live!; with music by Antonio Vivaldi, Francesco Durante, Alessandro Scarlatti, Benedetto Marcello, Gioachino Rossini, Maurice Ravel, Marie-Joseph Canteloube, Aaron Copland, Richard Hundley, Virgil Thomson and Herbert Hughes; with Martin Katz; live digital recording, April 1981; Sony. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums; not available separately.

Frederica von Stade sings Mozart & Rossini arias; with the Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Edo de Waart; analogue recording, September 1975; issued as a hybrid disc, combining a 2-channel CD with a 4-channel SACD, compatible with all CD players; PentaTone Classics 5186 158. The music on this recording is included in Frederica von Stade: Haydn - Mozart - Rossini.

Frederica von Stade: Musique francaise;  with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard, and with Martin Katz; analogue recording, January 1976, and digital recording, April 1993; Sony 88691932202; a reissue of Frederica von Stade: French opera arias and Frederica von Stade: Voyage a Paris.

Frederica von Stade: Recital; with music by John Dowland, Henry Purcell, Franz Liszt, Claude Debussy, Marie-Joseph Canteloube and Carol Hall; with Martin Katz; analogue recording, December 1977; Sony. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums and in Frederica von Stade: Duets, arias, scenes and songs; not available separately.

Frederica von Stade: Recital, Edinburgh 1976; with music by  Arne Dorumsgaard, Gustav Mahler, Charles Ives, Francis Poulenc, Benjamin Britten, Jacques Offenbach and Carol Hall;  with Martin Isepp; live analogue recording, 1976; Gala GL 339. Includes a bonus excerpt of a live recording of Frederica von Stade in Jules Massenet's Cendrillon.

Frederica von Stade: Recital, Salzburg 1986; with music by Gabriel Faure, Richard Strauss, Gustav Mahler, Aaron Copland, Charles Ives, Thomas Pasatieri, Marie-Joseph Canteloube, Arnold Schonberg, Francis Poulenc and Jacques Offenbach; with Martin Katz; live analogue recording, August 1986; Orfeo C 870 121 B.

Frederica von Stade Recital:  Cavalli - Monteverdi - Mozart; Erato 4509-98504-2. This is a reissue of Frederica von Stade chante Monteverdi & Cavalli, augmented with excerpts from Wolfgang Mozart: Cosi fan tutte.

Frederica von  Stade: Voyage a Paris; with music by Francis Poulenc, Erik Satie, Claude Debussy, Arthur Honegger, Maurice Ravel and Olivier Messiaen; with Martin Katz; digital recording, April 1993; RCA 09026 62711 2. Included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Marilyn Horne: Divas in song - a 60th birthday celebration; with Marilyn Horne, Montserrat Caballe, Helen Donath, Renee Fleming, Ruth Ann Swenson, Olafur Bjarnason. Samuel Ramey, Warren Jones, Manuel Burgueras, Klaus Donath, James Levine and Martin Katz; live digital recording, January 1994; RCA 09026 62547 2. Frederica von Stade's contribution to this recording is included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Marilyn Horne & Frederica von Stade: Dvorak, Schumann, Mendelssohn: Lieder and duets; with Martin Katz; digital recording, July 1992; RCA 09026 61681 2. Frederica von Stade's contribution to this recording is included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

James Levine's 25th anniversary Metropolitan Opera gala; with Roberto Alagna,  Grace Bumbry, Ileana Cotrubas,  Placido Domingo,  Renee Fleming,  Jerry Hadley, Hakan Hagegard,  Hei-Kyung Hong, Alfredo Kraus, Karita Mattila, Heidi Grant Murphy, Samuel Ramey, Julien Robbins, Ruth Ann Swenson, Kiri Te Kanawa, Bryn Terfel,  Deborah Voigt, Anne Sofie von Otter,  Dolora Zajick and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, conducted by James Levine; live digital recording, April 1996; DG 449 177-2. Also issued in a longer version on DVD.

Opera stars in concert: gala concert for Polio-Plus; with Giacomo Aragall, Teresa Berganza, Piero Cappuccilli, Maria Chiara, Nicolai Gedda, Thomas Hampson,  Alfredo Kraus, Christa Ludwig, Matteo Manuguerra, Eva Marton, Patrizia Pace, Katia Ricciarelli, Kurt Rydl, Mara Zampieri and the Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Anton Guadagno; live digital recording, September 1988; Amadeo 427 491-2.

A portrait of Frederica von Stade; includes excerpts from
          Jules Massenet: Cendrillon;
          Ambroise Thomas: Mignon;
          Judith Blegen & Frederica von Stade ; Arias, songs and duets;
          Frederica von Stade: French opera arias; and
          Frederica von Stade: Italian opera arias.
Analogue recordings, taped between November 1974 and July 1978; Sony MK 39315.

Puttin' on the Ritz: the great Hollywood musicals; with Michael Feinstein, Jerry Hadley, Lee Roy Reams, Bobby Short, Leslie Uggams, Jeremy Davenport, the Indiana University Singing Hoosiers and the Cincinnati Pops Orchestra, conducted by Erich Kunzel; digital recording, December 1994; Telarc CD-80366.

A salute to American music; the Richard Tucker Music Foundation - gala XVI; with Leontyne Price, Maureen O'Flynn, Phyllis Pancella, Jerry Hadley, Paul Groves, Daniel Smith, Jeff Matsey, Sherrill Milnes, Renee Fleming, Karen Holvik, Tatiana Troyanos, Denise Woods, Samuel Ramey, Carol Vaness, Robert Merrill, Marilyn Horne, the Collegiate Chorale and members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, conducted by James Conlon; live digital recording, November 1991; RCA 09026-61508-2. Frederica von Stade's contribution to this recording is included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

A salute to American music; the Richard Tucker Music Foundation - gala XVI; excerpts; with Leontyne Price, Maureen O'Flynn, Phyllis Pancella, Jerry Hadley, Paul Groves, Daniel Smith, Jeff Mattsey, Sherrill Milnes, Renee Fleming, Karen Holvik, Tatiana Troyanos, Denise Woods, Samuel Ramey, Carol Vaness, Robert Merrill, Marilyn Horne, the Collegiate Chorale and members of the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, conducted by James Conlon; live digital recording, November 1991; RCA 09026-61509-2. Frederica von Stade's contribution to this recording is included in Frederica von Stade: the complete Columbia recital albums.

Simple gifts; with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Utah Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Joseph Silverstein; live digital recording, November 1991; Decca. This recording has also been issued in the UK as A song of thanksgiving, Decca 436 284-2.

Songs of the cat; with Garrison Keillor, and an orchestra conducted by Philip Brunelle; digital recording, copyright 1991;  RCA 09026-61161-2.

Pauline Viardot and friends; with Vladimir Chernov, Anna Caterina Antonacci, Fanny Ardant, David Watkin and David Harper; live digital recording, February 2006; Opera Rara ORR240.

Part 3: DVDs.

Antonin Dvorak: Dvorak in Prague, a celebration; with Yo-Yo Ma, Itzhak Perlman, Rudolf Firkusny and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Seiji Ozawa; live recording, December 1993; 4:3 NTSC video; Dolby Digital audio;  Kultur D4211.

Engelbert Humperdinck: Hansel and Gretel; with Jean Kraft, Michael Devlin, Diane Kesling, Betsy Norden, Rosalind Elias and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by Thomas Fulton and produced by Nathaniel Merrill; sung in English; live recording, December 1992; 4:3 NTSC video; PCM stereo and DTS 5.1 audio; all region; DG 00440 073 4348; previously issued by Pioneer Classics as PC-11449D.

Wolfgang Mozart: Grosse messe c-moll, Ave verum corpus & Exsultate, jubilate; with Arleen Auger, Frank Lopardo, Cornelius Hauptmann and the Bavarian Radio Choir and Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Bernstein; live recording, April 1990; 4:3 NTSC video; PCM stereo and DTS 5.1 audio; all region; DG 00440 073 4240.

Wolfgang Mozart: Idomeneo; with Luciano Pavarotti, Ileana Cotrubas, Hildegard Behrens, John Alexander, Timothy Jenkins, Richard J. Clark, Loretta DiFranco, Batyah Godfrey, Charles Anthony, James Courtney and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by James Levine and produced by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle; live recording, November 1982; 4:3 NTSC video; PCM stereo. DTS 5.1 and Dolby Digital 5.1 audio; all region;  DG 00440 073 4234; previously issued by Pioneer Classics as PC-11498D.

Wolfgang Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro; with Knut Skram, Ileana Cotrubas, Kiri Te Kanawa, Benjamin Luxon, Marius Rintzler, Nucci Condo, the Glyndebourne Chorus and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by John Pritchard and produced by Peter Hall; live recording, 1973; 4:3 NTSC video; PCM stereo audio; all region; Arthaus Musik 101 089.

Wolfgang Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro; with Ruggero Raimondi, Kathleen Battle, Artur Korn, Jocelyne Taillon, Thomas Allen, Michel Senechal, Carol Vaness, James Courtney, Anthony Laciura, Dawn Upshaw and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by James Levine and produced by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle; live recording, December 1985; 4:3 NTSC video; PCM stereo and DTS 5.1 audio; all region; Metropolitan Opera 811357013328.

Gioachino Rossini: La Cenerentola; with Francisco Araiza, Claudio Desderi, Paolo Montarsolo, Margherita Guglielmi, Laura Zannini Paul Plishka and the Chorus and Orchestra of La Scala, Milan, conducted by Claudio Abbado and produced by Jean-Pierre Ponnelle; a movie lip-synchronized with a studio recording taped in 1981; 4:3 NTSC video; PCM stereo and DTS 5.1 audio; all region; DG B0005769-09.

Richard Strauss: Richard Strauss gala - New Year's Eve concert 1992; with Martha Argerich, Renee Fleming, Kathleen Battle, Andreas Schmidt and the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Claudio Abbado; live recording, December 1992; 4:3 NTSC video; Dolby Digital audio; Kultur D4209.

A Carnegie Hall Christmas concert; with Kathleen Battle, Nancy Allen, Wynton Marsalis and his septet, the American Boychoir, the Christmas Concert Chorus and the Orchestra of St Luke's, conducted by Andre Previn; live recording, December 1991; 4:3 NTSC video; Dolby Digital audio; Kultur D4157.

Christmas with Flicka; with Melba Moore, Rex Smith and the Austrian Radio Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Julius Rudel; copyright 1987; 4:3 NTSC video; Dolby Digital stereo audio; all region; Kultur D2986.

Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square; with Bryn Terfel, the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and the Orchestra at Temple Square, conducted by Craig Jessop and Mack Wilberg; including interviews with the soloists and conductors; live recording, December 2003; 16:9 NTSC video; Dolby Digital 5.1 audio; Mormon Tabernacle Choir MTC1058. Reissued as The wonder of Christmas with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square.

Glyndebourne Festival Opera gala evening; with Kim Begley, Montserrat Caballe, Cynthia Haymon, Felicity Lott, Benjamin Luxon, Ruggero Raimondi, Martin Isepp, the Glyndebourne Chorus and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Andrew Davis and Bernard Haitink; live recording, 1992; 4:3 NTSC video; Dolby Digital stereo audio; Image Entertainment ID5814RADVD.

The Metropolitan Opera centennial gala; with Kathleen Battle, Judith Blegen, Grace Bumbry, Montserrat Caballe, Ileana Cotrubas, Loretta Di Franco, Mirella Freni, Catherine Malfitano, Eva Marton, Leona Mitchell, Edda Moser, Birgit Nilsson, Roberta Peters, Leontyne Price, Katia Ricciarelli, Elisabeth Soderstrom, Joan Sutherland, Kiri Te Kanawa, Anna Tomowa-Sintow, Gail Dubinbaum, Marilyn Horne, Diane Kesling, Jose Carreras, Giuliano Ciannella, Placido Domingo, Nicolai Gedda, Alfredo Kraus, William Lewis, James McCracken, Robert Nagy, Luciano Pavarotti, Dano Raffanti, David Rendall, Renato Bruson, John Darrenkamp, Brian Schexnayder, Ara Berberian, Sesto Bruscantini, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Ruggero Raimondi, Julien Robbins and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra, Chorus and Ballet, conducted by Leonard Bernstein, Richard Bonynge, Thomas Fulton, James Levine, John Pritchard, David Stivender and Jeffrey Tate; live recording, October 1983; 4:3 NTSC video; PCM stereo and DTS 5.1 audio; all region; DG 00440 073 4538. Previously issued by Pioneer Classics as PC-94046D.

The Metropolitan Opera gala 1991: 25th anniversary at Lincoln Center; with Luciano Pavarotti, Leo Nucci, Cheryl Studer, Nicolai Ghiaurov, Birgitta Svenden, Placido Domingo, Mirella Freni, Justino Diaz, Uwe Heilmann, Sondra Kelly, Paul Plishka, Charles Anthony, Dwayne Croft, Hermann Prey, Barbara Daniels, Gottfried Hornik, Anne Sofie von Otter, Barbara Kilduff, Grace Millo, Andrij Dobriansky, June Anderson, Kathleen Battle, Ferruccio Furlanetto, Thomas Hampson, Aprile Millo, Sherrill Milnes,  Samuel Ramey and the Metropolitan  Opera Orchestra, Chorus and Ballet, conducted by James Levine; live recording, September 1991; 4:3 NTSC video; PCM stereo and DTS 5.1 audio; all region; DG 00440 073 4582.

James Levine's 25th anniversary Metropolitan Opera gala; with Deborah Voigt, Thomas Hampson, Roberto Scandiuzzi, Renee Fleming, Angela Gheorghiu, Roberto Alagna, Ileana Cotrubas, Dolora Zajick, Bryn Terfel, Ruth Ann Swenson, Karita Mattila, Hakan Hagegard, Waltraud Meier, Carlo Bergonzi, Catherine Malfitano, Dwayne Croft, Grace Bumbry, Anne Sofie von Otter, Heidi Grant Murphy, Placido Domingo, Samuel Ramey, Kiri Te Kanawa, Hei-Kyung Hong, Jerry Hadley, Julien Robbins, Wendy White, Christine Goerke, Ghena Dimitrova, Franco Farina, Juan Pons, Gabriela Benackova, James Morris, Dawn Upshaw, Sherrill Milnes, Mark Oswald, Paul Plishka, Florence Quivar, Rosalind Elias, Alfredo Kraus, Charles Anthony, James Courtney, June Anderson, Carlo Bergonzi, Ferruccio Furlanetto, Raymond Gniewek, Carol Vaness, Susanne Mentzer, Aprile Millo, Jane Eaglen and the Metropolitan Opera Orchestra and Chorus, conducted by James Levine; live recording, April 1996; 4:3 NTSC video; PCM stereo, DTS 5.1 and Dolby Digital 5.1 audio; all region; DG B0004602-09.                                                                      .

Part 4: television broadcasts not yet released on DVD.

Dominick Argento: The Aspern papers; Dallas Opera, 1988.

Leonard Bernstein: Bernstein at 70; Tanglewood, 1988; includes Frederica von Stade singing A little bit in love from Wonderful town.

Leonard Bernstein: On the town; Barbican Centre, London, 1992; issued on Laserdisc video by DG.

George Gershwin: Gershwin centenary gala; New York, 1998.

Jules Massenet: Cendrillon; National Arts Centre, Ottawa, 1980.

Wolfgang Mozart: Le nozze di Figaro; Paris Opera, 1980.

Jean-Philippe Rameau: Dardanus; Paris Opera, 1980.

Gioachino Rossini:  The Rossini bicentennial birthday gala; Avery Fisher Hall, New York, 1992; issued on Laserdisc video by EMI.

Conrad Susa: The dangerous liaisons; San Francisco Opera, 1994.

Call me Flicka; British television profile documentary.

Flicka and friends; with Jerry Hadley and Samuel Ramey; 1990.

A gala concert with the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra;  Carnegie Hall, New York, 1998

Golden Gate gala; San Francisco Opera, 1997.

A grand night for singing; 1996.

I hear America singing; with Jerry Hadley, Thomas Hampson, Marilyn Horne and Dawn Upshaw; issued on VHS video.

Mostly Mozart festival;  Lincoln Center, New York, 1999.

Opening ceremony of the Winter Olympic Games; with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir; Salt Lake City, 2002.

Opening of the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts; Philadelphia, 2001.

Polio-Plus benefit gala; Vienna, 1988.

A salute to American music: the Richard Tucker Music Foundation gala XVI; New York, 1991.

The Show Boat story; British television documentary about the making of John McGlinn's recording of Jerome Kern's musical; 1989.