Westminster WST-17055 Knappertsbusch, Wagner NM rare
Very rare issue on Westminster stereo WST-17055, earliest issue. Hans Knappertsbusch conducts the Munich Philharmonic in music of Richard Wagner. Includes the overtures to Rienzi and The Flying Dutchman, Prelude to Lohengrin,and the Sigfried Idyll.
Disc is stunning NM, no marks at all, Jacket NM. Looks like one side might have been played once. I doubt you will ever find a nicer copy of this hard to find recording.
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