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It’s a 78 RPM Sunday. On this show, we’ve had music sung in the language of my birth, English, and the language of my heritage, Italian, and the rhythmic beat of the language of Latin America, Spanish. We turn now to another language I’m going to butcher, German. So get ready for a 1934 performance of the music that just might have given Tolkien an idea in Volume 65: Wagner’s Walkure.

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Excerpts from Die Walküre / Philadelphia Orchestra ; Leopold Stokowski A Victor Musical Masterpiece.
Label: Victor matrix CS-83102
Format: 4x shellac 78 RPM Records
Released in 1934
Genre: Classical

We will hear 6 of the 8 sides from this collection.

Excerpts from Die Walkure Part 1
The Ride of the Valkyrie
The Ride of the Valkyrie conclusion
Wotan’s Farewell
Wotan’s farewell concluded
The Magic Fire

I do not own the rights to this music. ASCAP, BMI licenses provided by third-party platforms for music that is not under Public Domain.

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