HENNY TRUNDT, Soprano, * 29 August 1897 Worms, † (?);

16 Jan

She study under by Rudolf von Milde  in Karlsruhe and Mathilde Mallinger in Berlin. In 1919 she made her debut at the Municipal Theatre of Mainz as Marzelline in “Fidelio”. 1920-23 she sang at the Theatre of Saarbrücken, 1923-24 at the Municipal Theatre of Szczecin, came in 1924 by Otto Klemperer at the opera house in Cologne, where they became the first high dramatic soprano to 1933, a great career, and where they later even guested. 1931-32 she was a member of the Vienna State Opera, 1933-35 she sang at the State Opera in Munich, 1933-39 at the Opera House of Frankfurt since 1939, she was hired by the City Theater Duisburg, where her career came in 1943 to a close. Guest performances made them primarily as an interpreter of Wagner internationally. In 1929 she sang at the Wagner Festival in Paris by Hoesslin in 1931 she performed in Amsterdam as Isolde in “Tristan”, in 1933 as Brünnhilde. At Covent Garden Opera in London in 1933 was admired their Isolde. Further guest brought her at La Scala, the Berlin State Opera, Brussels, Stockholm, Paris, Monte Carlo, Barcelona, Madrid, Bucharest, Sofia and Budapest is a great success. At the Bayreuth Festival 1927-28 she sang Kundry in “Parsifal” and 1930 as Sieglinde in “Valkyrie” under Karl Muck. In addition to the Wagnerian heroines were the Marschallin in “Der Rosenkavalier,” Leonore in “Fidelio”, the Dyer’s Wife in “Frau ohne Schatten” that Aida and Amelia in “Masked Ball” by Verdi highlights in her repertoire. She spent her remaining years in Bad Neuenahr.
In Historia the voice of the artist in a scene from Wagner’s “Tristan”, with the contralto Louise Willer, Carl Hartmann and Jean Stern was composed, published, at Koch / Schwann came out fragments of performances from the archives of the Vienna State Opera, in which they: Others heard as Brünnhilde in “Götterdämmerung”.

as Isolde (by courtesy of Joe Parry)

as Brünnhilde München (Collection G&K)

as Brünnhilde

as Brünnhilde with Kalenberg”Götterd.” Wien

as Brünnhilde with Szantho”Götterd.” Wien 1931 (by ourtesy of Peter Giljum)

as Kundry Bayreuth 1927 (Collection G&K)

as Kundry Bayreuth 1927 (Collection G&K)

as Sieglinde Bayreuth 1927 (Collection G&K)

as Fricka with Stern and Seibert”Rheingold” Frankfurt 1935 (by ourtesy of Peter Giljum)

as Isoldewith team and Nazi WallackPzrtheater München 10.jun.1935

as Isolde with Pölzer und Furtwängler Pzrtheater München 10.jun.1935

with Melchior and cast Bayreuth 1927

with Siegfried Wagner, Melchior and cast Bayreuth 1927

with Elmendorff and cast Bayreuth 1928

with Larsen- Todsen and cast Bayreuth 1928 (Collection G&K)

with Carl Braun and Krüger Bayreuth 1927

Portrait 1931

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