Music & Musicals, Opera & Operetta, Theatrical Performances - One of Wagner's most compelling operas receives lavish treatment under the direction of Daniel Barenboim in this acclaimed 1983 production performed at Germany's Bayreuth Festspielhaus, starring René Kollo and Johanna Meier in the title roles. With stage production by Jean-Pierre Ponelle and also featuring Matti Salminen, Hermann Becht and Hanna Schwartz, this performance is a must-see for opera enthusiasts.
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Have you watched Daniel Barenboim: Wagner: Tristan und Isolde yet? What did you think about it?