Fredegundis is a 1922 German-language opera in three acts by the Austrian composer Franz Schmidt, to a libretto by Bruno Hardt-Warden and Ignaz Michael Welleminsky after Felix Dahn.[1] Schmidt's second and final opera, the plot concerns Fredegund, the widow of 6th century French King Chilperic I.

Recording

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Fredegundis - Dunja Vejzović soprano ; Olga Sandu, contralto, Werner Hollweg tenor, Reid Bunger, Martin Egel basses. ORF Radio-Symphonieorchester Wien, conducted Ernst Märzendorfer. live recording 27 September 1979. Voce reissued Orfeo

References

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  1. ^ The Viking Opera Guide - Page 949