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Rudolf Schock

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Voice: Tenor
Nationality: German
Year of Birth: 1915
Year of Death: 1986

About Rudolf Schock:

Rudolf Johann Schock (4 September 1915 – 13 November 1986) was a German tenor.

Rudolf Schock was born in Duisburg, in the Prussian Rhine Province. He sang a wide repertoire from operetta to Lohengrin, recording among others opera and lieder, doing television, radio and film work. Slim and handsome, he made many films.

His voice fell almost into the heldentenor fach but was smaller and more ardent than many voices in that category. Colored distinctly with a rich baritonal quality, Schock is described by Grove as a "lyric tenor" with a warm flexible voice, and a "strong top voice" which suited him to "heroic roles". However the same source feels that his acting left something to be desired.

When he was 18 and still continuing his musical studies that took him to Cologne, Hanover and Berlin, Schock joined the opera chorus at Theater Duisburg in the city of his birth. The Staatstheater Braunschweig cast Schock in solo roles in 1937, but his career was interrupted by his being enlisted into the army in 1940. It resumed after the war in 1945 in Hanover. In 1946, he appeared with two of the Berlin-based opera companies and in 1947 he joined the Hamburg State Opera where he was a member until 1956.

He was one of the first Germans to sing at Covent Garden in 1949. Appearing as Rodolfo, Alfredo, Pinkerton and Tamino in his first season. He sang the title role at Idomeneo at the Salzburg Festival and took part in the premiere there of Rolf Liebermann's, Penelope and the Vienna State Opera's first staging of Lulu. Schock made repeat visits to the Edinburgh International Festival and sang Walther at Bayreuth in 1959.

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Nr.Title scenePopularityOperaComposerActTypeVoicesLang.Roles
151Wohlan so helfet, helft den Armen Popularity:

Opera: FidelioComposer: BeethovenAct: 2.12

Type: sextetVoice: B B B-Br S S TLanguage: German

Roles: Rocco/Fernando/Pizarro/Leonore/Marzelline/Florestan
152Tristan Geliebter! Popularity:

Opera: Tristan und IsoldeComposer: WagnerAct: 3.14

Type: recitativeVoice: T SLanguage: German

Roles: Tristan/Isolde
153Sie sagten meinem Liebesflehn Popularity:

Opera: Nacht in Venedig, EineComposer: Strauss jrAct: 2.06

Type: duetVoice: S TLanguage: German

Roles: Annina/Guido
154Ah! qual gelido orror Popularity:

Opera: IdomeneoComposer: MozartAct: 1.14-1

Type: ariaVoice: tenorLanguage: Italian

Roles: Idamante
155So eile mein Gebiet zu meiden Popularity:

Opera: Freischütz, DerComposer: WeberAct: 3.11-3

Type: sextet,finale,choirVoice: S S T Br B BLanguage: German

Roles: Agathe/Aennchen/Max/Ottokar/Cuno/Caspar
156Sylva ich will nur dich Popularity:

Opera: CsardasfürstinComposer: KalmanAct: 1.05

Type: duetVoice: S T/BrLanguage: German

Roles: Sylva/Edwin
157Mein Sohn sei Allah's Frieden hier Popularity:

Opera: Barbier von Bagdad, DerComposer: CorneliusAct: 1

Type: duetVoice: T BrLanguage: German

Roles: Nureddin/Abdul
158Da draussen in duftigen Garten Popularity:

Opera: WaltzertraumComposer: StraussAct:

Type: Voice: Language: German

Roles:
159Ach so from ach so traut Popularity:

Opera: MarthaComposer: FlotowAct: 2

Type: ariaVoice: tenorLanguage: German

Roles: Lyonel
160Lieber Freund man greift nicht nach Sternen Popularity:

Opera: Graf von LuxembourgComposer: LéharAct:

Type: Voice: Language: German

Roles:
161Frutti di mare Popularity:

Opera: Nacht in Venedig, EineComposer: Strauss jrAct: 1.05

Type: aria,choirVoice: sopranoLanguage: German

Roles: Annina
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