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Tristan und Isolde Act 2

From: Ed Herrmann
Series: Wake Up and Hear the Roses
Length: 03:40

Act 2 of Wagner's opera in three minutes Read the full description.

Wagner_small Our epic listening journey continues with Act 2 of Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde". Once again, the entire act has been distilled to three sapid minutes. When you're finished, please take a break and congratulate yourself for making it two thirds of the way through this colossus of opera.

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Our epic listening journey continues with Act 2 of Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde". Once again, the entire act has been distilled to three sapid minutes. When you're finished, please take a break and congratulate yourself for making it two thirds of the way through this colossus of opera.

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