, 12", 33 ⅓ RPM, Stereophonic
||–Stuart Burrows, Hanneke van Bork, Yvonne Minton, Hetty Plümacher, Hermann Prey
||Act 1: Part 1 Overture and Nos.1-3 "Zu Hilfe! zu Hilfe! sonst bin ich verloren!
||–Hanneke van Bork, Yvonne Minton, Hetty Plümacher, Stuart Burrows, Cristina Deutekom, Hermann Prey, Gerhard Stolze, Pilar Lorengar
||Act 1. Continued Nos.4-7 "Ruste dich mit Mut"
||–Die Wiener Sängerknaben, Stuart Burrows, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Pilar Lorengar, Hermann Prey, Gerhard Stolze, Martti Talvela
||Act 1: Conclusion No.8 Finale "Zum Ziele fuhrt dich diese Bahn"
||–Martti Talvela, Kurt Equiluz, Herbert Lackner, Wolfgang Zimmer, Stuart Burrows, Hermann Prey, Hanneke van Bork, Yvonne Minton, Hetty Plümacher, Gerhard Stolze, Pilar Lorengar, Cristina Deutekom
||Act 2: Part 1 Nos.9-15 "Ihr, in dem Weisheitempel"
||–Stuart Burrows, Hermann Prey, Renate Holm, Die Wiener Sängerknaben, Pilar Lorengar, Martti Talvela, Hetty Plümacher
||Act 2: Continued Nos.16-20 "Tamino!"
||–Die Wiener Sängerknaben, Pilar Lorengar, René Kollo, Hans Sotin, Stuart Burrows, Hermann Prey, Gerhard Stolze, Cristina Deutekom, Hanneke van Bork, Yvonne Minton, Hetty Plümacher, Martti Talvela
||Act 2: Conclusion No.21 Finale "Bald prangt, den Morgen"
The greatest single advance in sound reproduction since the invention of the phonograph was ffrr, introduced on 78 rpm discs shortly after World War 2. For the first time, the full frequency range of audible sound (30 cps. - 14.000 cps.) was captured on a disc via a meticulous and highly advanced technology which began at the recording studio and followed through all the mastering and manufacturing stages down to the pressing of the finished disc. Since that time ffrr has been recognized as THE SYMBOL OF SOUND PROGRESS.
With the advent of the London ffrr long playing disc in 1949, ffrr sound was again acknowledged to be the finest in the recording indusrty. Approximately eight years later, London's engineers began to develop and perfect stereophonic recording embodying the ffrr principle and, when in 1958 this unique system of stereophonic recorded sound was been introduced to the public, it represented the utmost in sophisticated technology. Since then many improvements have been introduced by London's engineers to keep London technology in the forefront.
With ffrr you are listening to the finest in sound reproduction, for at London, progress never stops.
British Patent No. 800513 & 973939
Made in England
Cover Art By Beni Montresor, designer and director of The Magic Flute production at the New York City Opera.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Label Code (DIE ZAUBERFLOTE SIDE 1): ZAL.10196
- Label Code (DIE ZAUBERFLOTE SIDE 2): ZAL.10197
- Label Code (DIE ZAUBERFLOTE SIDE 3): ZAL.10198
- Label Code (DIE ZAUBERFLOTE SIDE 4): ZAL.10199
- Label Code (DIE ZAUBERFLOTE SIDE 5): ZAL.10200
- Label Code (DIE ZAUBERFLOTE SIDE 6): ZAL.10201