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Playlist of Siegfried Funeral Music

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  • WAGNER - Siegfrieds Funeral Music

    8:25

    Yet more great Wagner orchestral music.

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  • Furtwangler: Siegfrieds Funeral March

    8:13

    Composer: Richard Wagner
    Berlin Philharmonic, Wilhelm Furtwangler
    Recorded 1933

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  • Richard Wagner. Siegfried’s Funeral March. Piano transcription by Ferruccio Busoni

    8:32

    Evgeny Gromov
    Recorded live on 16 November 2018 at the Theatre on Podil in Kyiv.

    This music is the hymn to the greatest hero of the world, as well as to the greatest love in the world that inspires a loving woman to redeem the sins of the entire world.

  • Richard Wagner - Götterdämmerung - Siegfrieds Funeral March

    8:21

    Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods), WWV 86D, is the last in Richard Wagner's cycle of four music dramas titled Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung, or The Ring for short).

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  • Wagner - Siegfrieds Funeral Music

    14:15

    My favourite version of one of the greatest pieces of music ever written.

  • Götterdämmerung: Siegfrieds Funeral March

    14:10

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Classical

    Götterdämmerung: Siegfried's Funeral March · George Szell · The Cleveland Orchestra · Richard Wagner

    Wagner Without Words

    ℗ 1968 Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 1990-11-06

    Producer: Andrew Kazdin

    Auto-generated by YouTube.

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  • UBC Symphony Orchestra - Wagner - Siegfrieds Funeral Music from Götterdämmerung

    9:17

    Jonathan Girard leads the UBC Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Wagner - Siegfried's Funeral Music from Götterdämmerung on Friday February 9, 2018 at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

  • Richard Wagner: Siegfrieds Funeral March

    8:57

    c. 1848

  • Richard Wagner - Siegfrieds Funeral March from Gotterdämmerung, Act III

    9:22

    Tema utilizado para la película Excalibur realizada en 1981.

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    Album: Excalibur (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (Millenium Edition)
    Track 1.- Siegfried's Funeral March (Extract) (Theme From Excalibur)
    Track 16.- Siegfried's Funeral March (The Death Of Arthur)
    Composed: Richard Wagner
    Conductor: Norman Del Maur
    Orchestrator: John A. Coleman
    Orchestra & Performer: The London Philharmonic Orchestra
    Music from John Boorman's movie Excalibur (1981).
    Label: Flying Dutchman
    Copyright (c): Orion Pictures Company
    Copyright (c): Warner Bros. Records Inc.
    Production Company: Orion Pictures
    Distributed: Warner Bros.

    Excalibur is a 1981 dramatic sword and sorcery film directed, produced and co-written by John Boorman that retells the legend of King Arthur and the knights of the Round Table. Based solely on the 15th century Arthurian romance, Le Morte d'Arthur by Thomas Malory, Excalibur stars Nigel Terry as Arthur, Nicol Williamson as Merlin, Nicholas Clay as Lancelot, Cherie Lunghi as Guenevere, Helen Mirren as Morgana, Liam Neeson as Gawain, Corin Redgrave as Cornwall, and Patrick Stewart as Leodegrance. The film is named after the legendary sword of King Arthur that features prominently in Arthurian literature. The film's soundtrack features the music of Richard Wagner and Carl Orff, along with an original score by Trevor Jones.

    Wilhelm Richard Wagner (22 May 1813 – 13 February 1883) was a German composer, theatre director, polemicist, and conductor who is primarily known for his operas (or, as some of his later works were later known, music dramas). Unlike most opera composers, Wagner wrote both the libretto and the music for each of his stage works. Until his final years, Wagner's life was characterised by political exile, turbulent love affairs, poverty and repeated flight from his creditors. His controversial writings on music, drama and politics have attracted extensive comment in recent decades, especially where they express antisemitic sentiments.

    Götterdämmerung (Twilight of the Gods) WWV 86D, is the last in Richard Wagner's cycle of four music dramas titled Der Ring des Nibelungen (The Ring of the Nibelung, or The Ring for short). It received its premiere at the Bayreuth Festspielhaus on 17 August 1876, as part of the first complete performance of the Ring.

    Act 3: In the woods by the bank of the Rhine, the Rhinemaidens mourn the lost Rhine gold. Siegfried happens by, separated from the hunting party. The Rhinemaidens urge him to return the ring and avoid its curse, but he laughs at them and says he prefers to die rather than bargain for his life. They swim away, predicting that Siegfried will die and that his heir, a lady, will treat them more fairly.
    Siegfried rejoins the hunters, who include Gunther and Hagen. While resting, he tells them about the adventures of his youth. Hagen gives him another potion, which restores his memory, and he tells of discovering the sleeping Brünnhilde and awakening her with a kiss. Hagen stabs him in the back with his spear. The others look on in horror, and Hagen explains in three words (Meineid rächt' ich! – I have avenged perjury!) that since Siegfried admitted loving Brünnhilde, the oath he swore on Hagen's spear was obviously false, therefore it was Hagen's duty to kill him with it. Hagen calmly walks away into the wood. Siegfried recollects his awakening of Brünnhilde and dies. His body is carried away in a solemn funeral procession (Siegfried's funeral march) that forms the interlude as the scene is changed and recapitulates many of the themes associated with Siegfried and the Wälsungs.
    The fire flares up, and the hall of the Gibichungs catches fire and collapses. The Rhine overflows its banks, quenching the fire, and the Rhinemaidens swim in to claim the ring. Hagen tries to stop them but they drag him into the depths and drown him. As they celebrate the return of the ring and its gold to the river, a red glow is seen in the sky. As the people watch, deeply moved, the interior of Valhalla is finally seen, with gods and heroes visible as described by Waltraute in Act 1. Flames flare up in the Hall of the Gods, hiding it and them from sight completely. As the gods are consumed in the flames, the curtain falls.

    Source: Wikipedia.

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  • Wagner - Trauermarsch from Götterdämmerung, Act III

    8:12

    Richard Wagner (1813-1883)

    Trauermarsch from opera Götterdämmerung (Act III, Scene 2)

    Dritter Tag des Bühnenfestspiels Der Ring des Nibelungen
    (Third day of the stage-festival drama The Ring of the Nibelung)

    Siegfried - Siegfried Jerusalem
    Conductor - Daniel Barenboim
    Choir und Orchestra of Bayreuther Festspiele
    Stage & direction - Harry Kupfer
    Stage design - Hans Schavernoch
    Costume design - Reinhard Heinrich
    Video director Horant H. Hohlfeld
    Artistic Supervision - Wolfgang Wagner

    Filmed in Bayreuth Festspielhaus, June & July 1991

    © Unitel & Warner Classic

    No copyright infringement intended,
    video uploaded for educational and entertainment purposes only!

    2 DVD set - Warner Classics 2564 62321-2

  • Furtwangler: Siegfrieds Funeral March from Gotterdammerung

    9:21

    Richard Wagner, composer
    Vienna Philharmonic, Wilhelm Furtwangler
    Studio Recording, March 2, 1954
    Lawrence Collingwood, producer

  • Proms 2013 Wagner Götterdämmerung Siegfrieds Funeral March

    7:49

    Part of the 2013 Proms Ring Cycle with the Staatskapelle Berlin conducted by Daniel Barenboim. A Ring for the ages.

  • Richard Wagner: Siegfrieds Funeral March conducted by Marek Janowski

    7:41

    The Orchestra of the University of Music FRANZ LISZT Weimar performs Richard Wagner: Siegfried's Funeral March (Twilight of the Gods) in the Weimarhalle on 17 January 2013

    Conductor: Marek Janowski

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  • WAGNER - Siegfried Funeral March Act 3 Götterdämmerung - Excalibur theme

    8:18

    Pietari Inkinen leads the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra set to beautiful artwork, photography and images related to the music that John Boorman featured in his epic film Excalibur.

    No copyright infringement intended. This non-monetized video is intended for spiritual enrichment, entertainment and educational purposes only.

  • Act III Scene 2: Siegfrieds Funeral March

    8:13

    Provided to YouTube by NAXOS of America

    Act III Scene 2: Siegfried's Funeral March · Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra

    Wagner, R.: Ring (Der) (Orchestral Highlights)

    ℗ 1989 Naxos

    Released on: 1989-06-15

    Composer: Richard Wagner
    Orchestra: Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra
    Conductor: Uwe Mund

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  • Richard Wagner - Siegfried Funeral March

    5:10

    Ho sempre temuto (artisticamente parlando) questo brano spettacolare di musica classica. A mio modo di vedere è la piu' alta e potente rappresentazione musicale accostabile a Dio. La parte fra il minuto 2.50 fino alla fine e' sublime. Il video vuole essere un tributo alla potenza generatrice della Terra e di Colui che tutto ha creato (con un piccolo cammeo in onore della Trilogia del Nibelungo). I always feared (artistically speaking) this spectacular piece of classical music. The way I see it is the most 'high and mighty musical performance be compared to God's hand between the minute 2:50 to the end and' sublime. The video is a tribute to the generative power of the Earth and everything that He has created (with a cameo in honor of the Trilogy of the Nibelung). By IlSignoreNeroo Original video:

  • Wagner - Siegfrieds Funeral Music from Götterdämmerung

    6:22

    Wagner - extract for trombone octet of Siegfried's Funeral Music from Götterdämmerung. This is a slightly different from my other version of this in that, rather than the traditional, soft and somber ending, this has the closing bars from Act I. The photo of the Wagner action figure is mine.

  • Siegfried Funeral March

    6:18

    This became famous through a beer commercial (also through Boorman's film of King Arthur). From the immortal production by Patrice Chereau

  • Siegfrieds Funeral March - Richard Wagner

    9:13

    Siegfried's Funeral March from Götterdämmerung (Gott by Richard Wagner.
    Played at Innsbrucker Promenadenkonzerte 2016 by Philips Harmonie Eindhoven. Conductor: Matty Cilissen

  • WAGNER - Siegfrieds Funeral Music

    9:20

    Great performance of a fantastic piece.

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  • Wagner - Götterdämmerung, Siegfrieds Funeral Music

    6:01

    Wagner - Götterdämmerung, Siegfried's Funeral Music extract for trombone octet written by Randall G. Malmstrom. The photo of the Green Hill is mine from one of two trips to the theatre.

  • Herbert von Karajan: Wagner - Götterdämmerung, Siegfrieds Death & Funeral March

    8:27

    Herbert von Karajan (German pronunciation: [ˈhɛɐbɛɐt fɔn ˈkaʁaˌjan]; born Heribert, Ritter von Karajan; 5 April 1908 – 16 July 1989) was an Austrian conductor. He was principal conductor of the Berlin Philharmonic for 35 years. He is generally regarded as one of the greatest conductors of the 20th century, and he was a dominant figure in European classical music from the 1960s until his death. Part of the reason for this was the large number of recordings he made and their prominence during his lifetime. By one estimate he was the top-selling classical music recording artist of all time, having sold an estimated 200 million records...


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  • Götterdämmerung - Siegfrieds Death and Funeral March.HD

    9:38

    Münchner Philharmoniker conducted by Sergui Celibidache (live performance 3 & 4 February 1993).
    The Swan King: Ludwig II of Bavaria.
    Ludwig II’s short life was steeped in tragic irony. Through his idealistic quest for romance and his fixation with Bavarian myths and legends, most tellingly with the Grail stories of Lohengrin - so potently incarnated in Wagner’s operas - the Swan King became more fabled than the very legends he sought to recreate. Yet in his desire to escape from a cloistered upbringing and the stale pattern of his adult life as king and his subsequent neglect of Bavaria at such a fragile period in its history, Ludwig planted the seeds of his own undoing - exposing himself to the treachery of factions unnerved by his eccentricity, extravagance, and luminous vision. Ludwig II’s death marked the passing of the old Bavaria and the birth of a new order, yet his legend lives on, a nineteenth century King Arthur, a man surpassed by his own mythological persona.

    One of the most enigmatic figures of the 19th century, described by Verlaine as the only true king of his century. A man of wildly eccentric temperament and touched by a rare, imaginative genius, Ludwig II of Bavaria is remembered both for his patronage of Richard Wagner and for the fabulous palaces which he created as part of a dream-world to escape the responsibilities of state. In the realization of his fantasies, he created a ferment of creativity among artists and craftsmen, while his neglect of Bavaria's political interests made powerful enemies among those critical of his self-indulgence and excesses. At the age of 40, declared insane in a plot to depose him, Ludwig died in mysterious circumstances.

    The ideal monarchical poetic solitude which the king chose for himself was not in the long run compatible with his duties as a head of state. The new settings he was constantly devising for himself were equally beyond the private means of a king. Ludwig failed through his desire to anchor his illusions and dreams in reality.
    From 1885 onward foreign banks threatened to seize his property. The king's refusal to react rationally led the government to declare him insane and depose him in 1886 – a procedure not provided for in the Bavarian constitution. Ludwig II was interned in Berg Palace.
    On June 13, 1886, just three days after he had been deposed, Ludwig and Von Gudden (the psychiatrist who had certified him as insane) went for a walk on the banks of a lake in a palace garden. Neither was seen alive again. Their bodies were retrieved from the shallows of the lake a few hours later, with Von Gudden’s showing signs of being attacked. Ludwig’s death was attributed to drowning although no water was found in his lungs and he was a strong swimmer.
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  • WAGNER - Siegfrieds Funeral Music

    8:15

    More great Wagner.

  • Sir Georg Solti: Wagner - Götterdämmerung, Siegfrieds Funeral March

    7:48

    Sir Georg Solti, KBE, play /ˈdʒɔrdʒ ˈʃɒlti/ (21 October 1912 -- 5 September 1997) was a Hungarian-British orchestral and operatic conductor, best known for his appearances with opera companies in Munich, Frankfurt and London, and as a long-serving music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra. Born in Hungary, he studied in Budapest with Béla Bartók, Leo Weiner and Ernő Dohnányi. In the 1930s, he was a répétiteur at the Hungarian State Opera and worked at the Salzburg Festival for Arturo Toscanini. His career was interrupted by the rise of the Nazis, and because he was a Jew he fled the increasingly restrictive anti-semitic laws in 1938. After conducting a season of Russian ballet in London at the Royal Opera House he found refuge in Switzerland, where he remained during the Second World War. Prohibited from conducting there, he earned a living as a pianist. After the war, Solti was appointed musical director of the Bavarian State Opera in Munich in 1946. In 1952 he moved to the Frankfurt Opera, where he remained in charge for nine years. He took German citizenship in 1953. In 1961 he became musical director of the Covent Garden Opera Company in London. During his ten-year tenure, he introduced changes that raised standards to the highest international levels. Under his musical directorship the status of the company was recognised with the grant of the title the Royal Opera. He became a British subject in 1972. In 1969 Solti was appointed music director of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, a post he held for 22 years. He restored the orchestra's reputation after it had been in decline for most of the previous decade. He became the orchestra's music director laureate on his retirement in 1991. During his time with the Chicago orchestra, he also had shorter spells in charge of the Orchestre de Paris and the London Philharmonic Orchestra. Known in his early years for the intensity of his music making, Solti was widely considered to have mellowed as a conductor in later years. He recorded many works two or three times at various stages of his career, and was a prolific recording artist, making more than 250 recordings, including 45 complete opera sets. The most famous of his recordings is probably Decca's complete set of Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen, made between 1958 and 1965. It has twice been voted the greatest recording ever made, in polls for Gramophone magazine in 1999 and the BBC's Music Magazine in 2012...


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  • WAGNER - Siegfrieds Funeral March

    6:45

    Haitink conducts the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.

  • Wagner Götterdämmerung Siegfrieds Funeral Music

    5:48

    Richard Wagner Götterdämmerung. Siegfried's Funeral Music from Act III with Act I finale as arranged by Randall Malmstrom,

  • Wagner - Siegfrieds Funeral March

    6:15

    Classic Klemperer/Philharmonia recording.

  • Richard Wagner/Whear: Siegfrieds Funeral Music, Götterdämmerung

    7:14

    Brian Hughes leads the Quad City Wind Ensemble, Heroic Measures

  • WAGNER // Götterdämmerung // Siegfrieds Funeral March

    5:49

  • Georg Solti conducts Siegfrieds Funeral March Götterdämmerung VPO Wagner

    6:32

    So I'm thinking of starting a new series - watch these Great Musicians and follow the sheet music at the same time. The series is a work in progress so let me know what you think, pianists, singers? Let me know in the comments. Like and subscribe!

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    This footage of Siegfried's Funeral March Music was recorded during a rehearsal with the Vienna Philharmonic in 1964. This footage is taken from 'The Golden Ring - The Making of Solti's Ring (Wagner Ring Cycle)' DECCA 1964. A BBC camera crew eavesdropped as producer John Culshaw guided his engineering team through tricky technical maneuvers far removed from the relative ease of modern digital editing.

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  • Götterdämmerung, WWV 86D: Siegfrieds Funeral Music and Final Scene

    14:14

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Classical

    Götterdämmerung, WWV 86D: Siegfried's Funeral Music and Final Scene · George Szell · Richard Wagner · The Cleveland Orchestra

    Szell Conducts Wagner: Great Orchestral Highlights from the Ring of the Nibelungs

    ℗ 1969 Sony Music Entertainment

    Released on: 2018-08-03

    Producer: Andrew Kazdin

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  • Siegfrieds Funeral March and Finale from Gotterdammerung

    10:32

    Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises

    Siegfried's Funeral March and Finale from Gotterdammerung · United States Marine Band

    Music of Richard Wagner

    ℗ 2006 Coker & McCree Inc.
    ℗ 2011 Altissimo

    Released on: 2006-10-15

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  • Richard Wagner - Siegfrieds Funeral Music

    1:57

    A commento delle splendide immagini tratte dal documentario BBC Earth

  • Wagner: Götterdämmerung, WWV 86D / Act III - Siegfrieds Funeral March

    9:13

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Wagner: Götterdämmerung, WWV 86D / Act III - Siegfried's Funeral March (Live) · Gewandhausorchester Leipzig · Andris Nelsons

    Bruckner: Symphony No. 7 / Wagner: Siegfried's Funeral March

    ℗ 2018 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 2018-04-06

    Producer, Recording Producer, Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mastering Engineer: Everett Porter
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer, Mastering Engineer: Lauran Jurrius
    Composer Lyricist: Richard Wagner

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  • Richard Wagner - Götterdämmerung: Siegfrieds Funeral March . HD

    8:17

    Richard Wagner - Götterdämmerung: Siegfried's Funeral March (Ultimate Remaster Series).
    Conductor: Sir Adrian Boult with The London Philharmonic Orchestra.
    This track is part of my private remaster series. Remastered at No Man's Land studio, France.

  • Trombone - Siegfrieds Funeral Music

    5:25

    Lafayette Band - Chamber Concert
    February 19, 2020

  • Götterdämmerung, WWV 86D: Siegfrieds Funeral March

    14:07

    Provided to YouTube by Sony Classical

    Götterdämmerung, WWV 86D: Siegfried's Funeral March · The Cleveland Orchestra · George Szell · Richard Wagner

    Wagner: Orchestral Music from Der Ring des Nibelungen, WWV 86, Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg, WWV 96 & Tristan und Isolde, WWV 90

    ℗ Originally released 1969 SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    Released on: 1992-04-20

    Producer: Andrew Kazdin

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  • Wagner - Siegfrieds Death and Funeral Music from Götterdämmerung - Toscanini, PSONY

    13:08

    Richard Wagner - Siegfried's Death and Funeral Music from Götterdämmerung
    Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra of New York conducted by Arturo Toscanini
    Live at Carnegie Hall, New York, 13 January 1945, In-house acetate disc recordings
    The Final New York Philharmonic Concert

  • Wagner: Götterdämmerung, WWV 86D - Concert version / Dritter Aufzug - Siegfrieds Funeral March

    12:40

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Wagner: Götterdämmerung, WWV 86D - Concert version / Dritter Aufzug - Siegfried's Funeral March · Metropolitan Opera Orchestra · James Levine

    Wagner: Orchestral Music

    ℗ 1997 Deutsche Grammophon GmbH, Berlin

    Released on: 1997-01-01

    Producer: John Fisher
    Producer, Recording Producer: Christian Gansch
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Wolfgang Mitlehner
    Studio Personnel, Recording Engineer: Jobst Eberhardt
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Dagmar Birwe
    Studio Personnel, Editor: Mark Buecker
    Composer Lyricist: Richard Wagner

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  • Götterdämmerung, WWV: 86D: Siegfrieds Funeral Music

    8:21

    Provided to YouTube by RCA Red Seal

    Götterdämmerung, WWV: 86D: Siegfried's Funeral Music (Remastered) · Fritz Reiner · Richard Wagner

    Reiner conducts Wagner - Sony Classical Originals

    ℗ Originally Recorded 1959. All rights reserved by BMG Music

    Released on: 2010-11-26

    Producer: Richard Mohr
    Recording Engineer: Lewis Layton
    Reissue Producer: John Pfeiffer
    Re-mastering Engineer: Marian M. Conaty
    Re-mastering Engineer: Jon M. Samuels
    Associated Performer: Chicago Symphony Orchestra

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  • Wagner: Götterdämmerung / Dritter Aufzug - Siegfrieds Funeral March

    7:49

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Wagner: Götterdämmerung / Dritter Aufzug - Siegfried's Funeral March · Wiener Philharmoniker · Sir Georg Solti

    Wagner: The World of Wagner

    ℗ 1965 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 1993-01-01

    Producer: John Culshaw
    Producer: Christopher Raeburn
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: James Lock
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: Gordon Parry
    Composer Lyricist: Richard Wagner

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  • Wagner Siegfried funeral music - Toscanini Wiener Philarmoniker - 1934

    9:11

    Wagner Siegfried funeral music
    Toscanini Wiener Philarmoniker - 1934

  • Wagner: Götterdämmerung - Concert version / Dritter Aufzug - Siegfrieds Funeral March

    8:32

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Wagner: Götterdämmerung - Concert version / Dritter Aufzug - Siegfried's Funeral March · Wiener Philharmoniker · Sir Georg Solti

    Wagner: Der Ring des Nibelungen (orchestral excerpts)

    ℗ 1983 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 1983-01-01

    Producer: Christopher Raeburn
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: James Lock
    Composer Lyricist: Richard Wagner

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  • Richard Wagner: Götterdämmerung “Siegfrieds Funeral March”

    9:24

    Götterdämmerung (2004 Remastered Version): Siegfried's Funeral March (Act III)
    Conductor: Wilhelm Furtwängler
    Orchestra: Wiener Philharmoniker
    From the Album Wagner: Extracts from the Operas

  • Wagner Götterdämmerung Siegfrieds Funeral March / Gergiev

    9:12

    Gergiev, Mariinsky theatre, 7/07/09

  • Wagner ~ The Ring - Siegfrieds Death and Funeral March

    8:13

    The World Rose:

    From Götterdämmerung, the last of the four operas in Wagner's The Ring.

    (Picture: Path to the gothic Choir, 2006, by Raphael Lacoste)

  • ALBERT COATES & Wagners Twilight of the Gods Siegfrieds Funeral Music

    8:18

    From very early 78rpm discs, this deeply felt performance by Albert Coates & the London SO is well worth giving a YouTube airing to as the greatness of age is sometimes far more important than the well upholstered beauty of modern sound where music is concerned.

  • Wagner: Götterdämmerung - Concert version / Dritter Aufzug - Siegfrieds Funeral March

    8:32

    Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group

    Wagner: Götterdämmerung - Concert version / Dritter Aufzug - Siegfried's Funeral March · Wiener Philharmoniker · Sir Georg Solti

    A Passion For Music

    ℗ 1983 Decca Music Group Limited

    Released on: 2007-01-01

    Producer: Christopher Raeburn
    Studio Personnel, Balance Engineer: James Lock
    Composer Lyricist: Richard Wagner

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  • Richard Wagner - Siegfrieds funeral march

    8:30

    a great rendition of this masterpiece (a bit poor audio quality)

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