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Birthname: Friedrich Karl Otto Wunderlich
Nationality: German
Born: Sep 26 1930
Died: Sep 17 1966 (35 years old)


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1930 Born in Kusel in the Palatinate on 26 September as the second child of Paul Edmund and Anna Wunderlich, both of whom are musicians. Following his father’s death in 1935, the still adolescent youth helps his mother to support the family by playing the accordion and French horn in dance bands.
1947/8 First public appearances with the Kulturring Theatre Group in Kusel: Christmas fairy stories, operetta concerts and Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel (Peter).
1950–55 Studies at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg, where his teachers include Margarete von Winterfeldt for voice, Lothar Leonards for ... Read more

1930 Born in Kusel in the Palatinate on 26 September as the second child of Paul Edmund and Anna Wunderlich, both of whom are musicians. Following his father’s death in 1935, the still adolescent youth helps his mother to support the family by playing the accordion and French horn in dance bands.
1947/8 First public appearances with the Kulturring Theatre Group in Kusel: Christmas fairy stories, operetta concerts and Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel (Peter).
1950–55 Studies at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg, where his teachers include Margarete von Winterfeldt for voice, Lothar Leonards for the horn and Friedrich Finke for the piano. He supports himself by playing in dance bands.
1952/3 First professional engagements: Bach’s Christmas Oratorio at Esslingen and lieder recitals and concerts in the Palatinate.
1953/4 First radio broadcasts: songs from operettas with the South-West German Radio Orchestra of Kaiserslautern under Emmerich Smola.
1954 Role debut as Tamino in a college production of Die Zauberflöte in Freiburg.
1955 Engaged by Walter Erich Schäfer as a lyric tenor at the Württemberg State Theatre in Stuttgart. Debut at the Hitzacker Summer Festival in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo under August Wenziger; the production is later recorded by Deutsche Grammophon’s Archiv label. 30 September: stage debut in Stuttgart as Ulrich Eisslinger in Wagner’s Die Meistersinger.
1956 Stands in for Josef Traxel as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte. Local premiere of Carl Orff’s Antigone under Ferdinand Leitner in a production by Wieland Wagner. During the rehearsals, Wunderlich gets to know the harpist Eva Jungnitsch, whom he marries a few months later. Exclusive contract with Europäischer Phono-Club of Stuttgart for whom he records operatic excerpts and songs, to¬gether with Bach cantatas. The recordings are all made under the pseudonym of Werner S. Braun.
1957 Birth of first daughter (Konstanze). Stage performances of Handel’s Jephtha directed by Günther Rennert. The Stuttgart Opera visits the Twentieth Biennale
in Venice, performing Werner Egk’s Der Revisor and Mozart’s Così fan tutte, in which Wunderlich makes his role debut as Ferrando. Debut with the Bavarian State Opera in Munich as Belmonte in Die Entführung aus dem Serail.
1958 First international festivals, with debuts in Aix-en-Provence (Die Zauberflöte) and, during a series of guest performances by the Stuttgart Opera, Edinburgh (Die Entführung aus dem Serail and Der Wildschütz). Appearances in Stuttgart include Günther Rennert’s new production of Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia. Recording contract with EMI Electrola.
1959 Handel’s Alcina with Joan Sutherland and West German Radio in Cologne. Birth of his second child (Wolfgang). International breakthrough at Salzburg Festival as Henry Morosus in Strauss’s Die schweigsame Frau, directed by Günther Rennert and conducted by Karl Böhm, with Hilde Gueden in the title role. Debut at the Vienna State Opera as Tamino under Böhm. First German production of Janáček’s The Excursions of Mr Broucek in Munich and the world premiere of Orff’s Oedipus der Tyrann in Stuttgart. Television broadcast of Il barbiere di Siviglia from the Cuvilliéstheater in Munich (Prey, Köth, Hotter, Proebstl; Keilberth).
1960 Moves from Stuttgart to Munich. Mozart’s Requiem under Herbert von Karajan in Berlin. Don Giovanni in Cologne (Prey, Grümmer; Sawallisch). Vienna Festival: Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony under Otto Klemperer, Mahler’s Lied von der Erde under Karajan and Mahler’s Eighth Symphony under Keilberth. Salzburg Festival: Die Zauberflöte under Keilberth. Stuttgart: Verdi Requiem under Hans Müller-Kray, role debut as Alfred in Die Fledermaus.
1961 Munich: new production of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale with Kurt Böhme. Stutt¬gart: Günther Rennert directs Rossini’s Il turco in Italia. Hamburg: St Matthew Passion under Keilberth. London: Das Lied von der Erde under Klemperer, with Christa Ludwig. Salzburg: Die Entführung aus dem Serail. Munich Festival: Don Giovanni with George London. Debut at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires: Die schweigsame Frau with Ingeborg Hallstein and Die Entführung aus dem Serail with Anneliese Rothenberger. Munich: new production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin (Prey, Bremert, Fassbaender, Yahia; Keilberth).
1962 First lieder recital in Vienna. St Matthew Passion under Böhm in Vienna’s Musikvereinssaal. Hamburg: Don Giovanni (London, Grümmer; Schmidt-Isserstedt). Munich: new production of Die schweigsame Frau with Ingeborg Hallstein. Complete recording of Handel’s Serse for Bavarian Radio. Television broadcast of Eugene Onegin.
1963 Guest contract with the Vienna State Opera. Television recording of Pergolesi’s Il maestro di musica at the Schönbrunn Schloßtheater. Munich: first lieder recital and St Matthew Passion under Karl Richter. Works intensively on the lieder repertory with Hubert Giesen. The Stuttgart Opera visits Paris and performs Orff’s Oedipus der Tyrann. Lieder recital at the Theater an der Wien with Heinrich Schmidt. Guest appearance on Robert Lembke’s Was bin ich? New production of Don Giovanni in Vienna (Waechter, Leontyne Price, Gueden, Berry, Sciutti, Panerai; Karajan). Cancels several engagements, including Salzburg Festival, as the result of a sinus operation. Television recording of Egk’s Columbus (BR). New production of La traviata in Stuttgart with Ruth-Margret Pütz in the title role. Reopening of the Munich Nationaltheater. Wunderlich appears in the world premiere of Egk’s Die Verlobung in San Domingo.
1964 Exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft. Records Die schöne Müllerin for South German Radio. Vienna: St Matthew Passion under Karl Richter, duets from Capriccio with Lucia Popp, performances of Der Rosenkavalier with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Sena Jurinac; new production of Die Frau ohne Schatten under Karajan (Rysanek, Thomas, Ludwig, Berry, Hoffman) and new production of Daphne under Böhm (Gueden, King, Schoeff¬ler). Birth of third child (Barbara). Five performances of Das Lied von der Erde with Fischer-Dieskau and Keilberth. Concert tour, giving lieder recitals with Hubert Giesen. Berlin: complete recording of Die Zauberflöte under Böhm. Howls of protest at Harry Buckwitz’s new production of Die Zauberflöte in Munich. Role debut as Palestrina in Pfitzner’s opera of the same name in Vienna (director: Hans Hotter; conductor: Robert Heger). Television recording of Daphne (Woytowicz, King, Frick; Keilberth).
1965 Munich: records two new albums for Polydor, Welterfolge großer Tenöre and Du bist die Welt für mich, new production of La traviata with Teresa Stratas and Hermann Prey. London: Don Giovanni (Waechter, Lorengar; Kempe). Salzburg: Giorgio Strehler’s new production of Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Rothenberger, Grist, Unger, Corena; Mehta), lieder recital with Hubert Giesen and Haydn’s Die Schöpfung under Karajan. Vienna: sings Narraboth in Wieland Wagner’s new production of Salome with Anja Silja. Munich: complete recording of Die Entführung (Köth, Böhme; Jochum) and Christmas Oratorio (Janowitz, Ludwig, Crass; Richter).
1966 Berlin: recordings under Karajan (Beethoven’s Missa solemnis and the arias and accompanied recitatives from Die Schöpfung), Die Zauberflöte at the Deutsche Oper, song recital. Vienna: new production of Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia under Böhm and recording of Viennese songs under Robert Stolz. Munich: new production of Die Zauberflöte at the Cuvilliéstheater (Rothenberger, Prey, Crass; Dohnányi). Salzburg: revival of Die Entführung. Edinburgh Festival: Die Zauberflöte.
4.9.1966 Final song recital (Usher Hall, Edinburgh).
17.9.1966 Wunderlich dies as the result of an accident.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

1930 Born in Kusel in the Palatinate on 26 September as the second child of Paul Edmund and Anna Wunderlich, both of whom are musicians. Following his father’s death in 1935, the still adolescent youth helps his mother to support the family by playing the accordion and French horn in dance bands.
1947/8 First public appearances with the Kulturring Theatre Group in Kusel: Christmas fairy stories, operetta concerts and Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel (Peter).
1950–55 Studies at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg, where his teachers include Margarete von Winterfeldt for voice, Lothar Leonards for the horn and Friedrich Finke for the piano. He supports himself by playing in dance bands.
1952/3 First professional engagements: Bach’s Christmas Oratorio at Esslingen and lieder recitals and concerts in the Palatinate.
1953/4 First radio broadcasts: songs from operettas with the South-West German Radio Orchestra of Kaiserslautern under Emmerich Smola.
1954 Role debut as Tamino in a college production of Die Zauberflöte in Freiburg.
1955 Engaged by Walter Erich Schäfer as a lyric tenor at the Württemberg State Theatre in Stuttgart. Debut at the Hitzacker Summer Festival in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo under August Wenziger; the production is later recorded by Deutsche Grammophon’s Archiv label. 30 September: stage debut in Stuttgart as Ulrich Eisslinger in Wagner’s Die Meistersinger.
1956 Stands in for Josef Traxel as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte. Local premiere of Carl Orff’s Antigone under Ferdinand Leitner in a production by Wieland Wagner. During the rehearsals, Wunderlich gets to know the harpist Eva Jungnitsch, whom he marries a few months later. Exclusive contract with Europäischer Phono-Club of Stuttgart for whom he records operatic excerpts and songs, to¬gether with Bach cantatas. The recordings are all made under the pseudonym of Werner S. Braun.
1957 Birth of first daughter (Konstanze). Stage performances of Handel’s Jephtha directed by Günther Rennert. The Stuttgart Opera visits the Twentieth Biennale
in Venice, performing Werner Egk’s Der Revisor and Mozart’s Così fan tutte, in which Wunderlich makes his role debut as Ferrando. Debut with the Bavarian State Opera in Munich as Belmonte in Die Entführung aus dem Serail.
1958 First international festivals, with debuts in Aix-en-Provence (Die Zauberflöte) and, during a series of guest performances by the Stuttgart Opera, Edinburgh (Die Entführung aus dem Serail and Der Wildschütz). Appearances in Stuttgart include Günther Rennert’s new production of Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia. Recording contract with EMI Electrola.
1959 Handel’s Alcina with Joan Sutherland and West German Radio in Cologne. Birth of his second child (Wolfgang). International breakthrough at Salzburg Festival as Henry Morosus in Strauss’s Die schweigsame Frau, directed by Günther Rennert and conducted by Karl Böhm, with Hilde Gueden in the title role. Debut at the Vienna State Opera as Tamino under Böhm. First German production of Janáček’s The Excursions of Mr Broucek in Munich and the world premiere of Orff’s Oedipus der Tyrann in Stuttgart. Television broadcast of Il barbiere di Siviglia from the Cuvilliéstheater in Munich (Prey, Köth, Hotter, Proebstl; Keilberth).
1960 Moves from Stuttgart to Munich. Mozart’s Requiem under Herbert von Karajan in Berlin. Don Giovanni in Cologne (Prey, Grümmer; Sawallisch). Vienna Festival: Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony under Otto Klemperer, Mahler’s Lied von der Erde under Karajan and Mahler’s Eighth Symphony under Keilberth. Salzburg Festival: Die Zauberflöte under Keilberth. Stuttgart: Verdi Requiem under Hans Müller-Kray, role debut as Alfred in Die Fledermaus.
1961 Munich: new production of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale with Kurt Böhme. Stutt¬gart: Günther Rennert directs Rossini’s Il turco in Italia. Hamburg: St Matthew Passion under Keilberth. London: Das Lied von der Erde under Klemperer, with Christa Ludwig. Salzburg: Die Entführung aus dem Serail. Munich Festival: Don Giovanni with George London. Debut at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires: Die schweigsame Frau with Ingeborg Hallstein and Die Entführung aus dem Serail with Anneliese Rothenberger. Munich: new production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin (Prey, Bremert, Fassbaender, Yahia; Keilberth).
1962 First lieder recital in Vienna. St Matthew Passion under Böhm in Vienna’s Musikvereinssaal. Hamburg: Don Giovanni (London, Grümmer; Schmidt-Isserstedt). Munich: new production of Die schweigsame Frau with Ingeborg Hallstein. Complete recording of Handel’s Serse for Bavarian Radio. Television broadcast of Eugene Onegin.
1963 Guest contract with the Vienna State Opera. Television recording of Pergolesi’s Il maestro di musica at the Schönbrunn Schloßtheater. Munich: first lieder recital and St Matthew Passion under Karl Richter. Works intensively on the lieder repertory with Hubert Giesen. The Stuttgart Opera visits Paris and performs Orff’s Oedipus der Tyrann. Lieder recital at the Theater an der Wien with Heinrich Schmidt. Guest appearance on Robert Lembke’s Was bin ich? New production of Don Giovanni in Vienna (Waechter, Leontyne Price, Gueden, Berry, Sciutti, Panerai; Karajan). Cancels several engagements, including Salzburg Festival, as the result of a sinus operation. Television recording of Egk’s Columbus (BR). New production of La traviata in Stuttgart with Ruth-Margret Pütz in the title role. Reopening of the Munich Nationaltheater. Wunderlich appears in the world premiere of Egk’s Die Verlobung in San Domingo.
1964 Exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft. Records Die schöne Müllerin for South German Radio. Vienna: St Matthew Passion under Karl Richter, duets from Capriccio with Lucia Popp, performances of Der Rosenkavalier with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Sena Jurinac; new production of Die Frau ohne Schatten under Karajan (Rysanek, Thomas, Ludwig, Berry, Hoffman) and new production of Daphne under Böhm (Gueden, King, Schoeff¬ler). Birth of third child (Barbara). Five performances of Das Lied von der Erde with Fischer-Dieskau and Keilberth. Concert tour, giving lieder recitals with Hubert Giesen. Berlin: complete recording of Die Zauberflöte under Böhm. Howls of protest at Harry Buckwitz’s new production of Die Zauberflöte in Munich. Role debut as Palestrina in Pfitzner’s opera of the same name in Vienna (director: Hans Hotter; conductor: Robert Heger). Television recording of Daphne (Woytowicz, King, Frick; Keilberth).
1965 Munich: records two new albums for Polydor, Welterfolge großer Tenöre and Du bist die Welt für mich, new production of La traviata with Teresa Stratas and Hermann Prey. London: Don Giovanni (Waechter, Lorengar; Kempe). Salzburg: Giorgio Strehler’s new production of Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Rothenberger, Grist, Unger, Corena; Mehta), lieder recital with Hubert Giesen and Haydn’s Die Schöpfung under Karajan. Vienna: sings Narraboth in Wieland Wagner’s new production of Salome with Anja Silja. Munich: complete recording of Die Entführung (Köth, Böhme; Jochum) and Christmas Oratorio (Janowitz, Ludwig, Crass; Richter).
1966 Berlin: recordings under Karajan (Beethoven’s Missa solemnis and the arias and accompanied recitatives from Die Schöpfung), Die Zauberflöte at the Deutsche Oper, song recital. Vienna: new production of Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia under Böhm and recording of Viennese songs under Robert Stolz. Munich: new production of Die Zauberflöte at the Cuvilliéstheater (Rothenberger, Prey, Crass; Dohnányi). Salzburg: revival of Die Entführung. Edinburgh Festival: Die Zauberflöte.
4.9.1966 Final song recital (Usher Hall, Edinburgh).
17.9.1966 Wunderlich dies as the result of an accident.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

1930 Born in Kusel in the Palatinate on 26 September as the second child of Paul Edmund and Anna Wunderlich, both of whom are musicians. Following his father’s death in 1935, the still adolescent youth helps his mother to support the family by playing the accordion and French horn in dance bands.
1947/8 First public appearances with the Kulturring Theatre Group in Kusel: Christmas fairy stories, operetta concerts and Humperdinck’s Hänsel und Gretel (Peter).
1950–55 Studies at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg, where his teachers include Margarete von Winterfeldt for voice, Lothar Leonards for the horn and Friedrich Finke for the piano. He supports himself by playing in dance bands.
1952/3 First professional engagements: Bach’s Christmas Oratorio at Esslingen and lieder recitals and concerts in the Palatinate.
1953/4 First radio broadcasts: songs from operettas with the South-West German Radio Orchestra of Kaiserslautern under Emmerich Smola.
1954 Role debut as Tamino in a college production of Die Zauberflöte in Freiburg.
1955 Engaged by Walter Erich Schäfer as a lyric tenor at the Württemberg State Theatre in Stuttgart. Debut at the Hitzacker Summer Festival in Monteverdi’s L’Orfeo under August Wenziger; the production is later recorded by Deutsche Grammophon’s Archiv label. 30 September: stage debut in Stuttgart as Ulrich Eisslinger in Wagner’s Die Meistersinger.
1956 Stands in for Josef Traxel as Tamino in Die Zauberflöte. Local premiere of Carl Orff’s Antigone under Ferdinand Leitner in a production by Wieland Wagner. During the rehearsals, Wunderlich gets to know the harpist Eva Jungnitsch, whom he marries a few months later. Exclusive contract with Europäischer Phono-Club of Stuttgart for whom he records operatic excerpts and songs, to¬gether with Bach cantatas. The recordings are all made under the pseudonym of Werner S. Braun.
1957 Birth of first daughter (Konstanze). Stage performances of Handel’s Jephtha directed by Günther Rennert. The Stuttgart Opera visits the Twentieth Biennale
in Venice, performing Werner Egk’s Der Revisor and Mozart’s Così fan tutte, in which Wunderlich makes his role debut as Ferrando. Debut with the Bavarian State Opera in Munich as Belmonte in Die Entführung aus dem Serail.
1958 First international festivals, with debuts in Aix-en-Provence (Die Zauberflöte) and, during a series of guest performances by the Stuttgart Opera, Edinburgh (Die Entführung aus dem Serail and Der Wildschütz). Appearances in Stuttgart include Günther Rennert’s new production of Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia. Recording contract with EMI Electrola.
1959 Handel’s Alcina with Joan Sutherland and West German Radio in Cologne. Birth of his second child (Wolfgang). International breakthrough at Salzburg Festival as Henry Morosus in Strauss’s Die schweigsame Frau, directed by Günther Rennert and conducted by Karl Böhm, with Hilde Gueden in the title role. Debut at the Vienna State Opera as Tamino under Böhm. First German production of Janáček’s The Excursions of Mr Broucek in Munich and the world premiere of Orff’s Oedipus der Tyrann in Stuttgart. Television broadcast of Il barbiere di Siviglia from the Cuvilliéstheater in Munich (Prey, Köth, Hotter, Proebstl; Keilberth).
1960 Moves from Stuttgart to Munich. Mozart’s Requiem under Herbert von Karajan in Berlin. Don Giovanni in Cologne (Prey, Grümmer; Sawallisch). Vienna Festival: Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony under Otto Klemperer, Mahler’s Lied von der Erde under Karajan and Mahler’s Eighth Symphony under Keilberth. Salzburg Festival: Die Zauberflöte under Keilberth. Stuttgart: Verdi Requiem under Hans Müller-Kray, role debut as Alfred in Die Fledermaus.
1961 Munich: new production of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale with Kurt Böhme. Stutt¬gart: Günther Rennert directs Rossini’s Il turco in Italia. Hamburg: St Matthew Passion under Keilberth. London: Das Lied von der Erde under Klemperer, with Christa Ludwig. Salzburg: Die Entführung aus dem Serail. Munich Festival: Don Giovanni with George London. Debut at the Teatro Colón in Buenos Aires: Die schweigsame Frau with Ingeborg Hallstein and Die Entführung aus dem Serail with Anneliese Rothenberger. Munich: new production of Tchaikovsky’s Eugene Onegin (Prey, Bremert, Fassbaender, Yahia; Keilberth).
1962 First lieder recital in Vienna. St Matthew Passion under Böhm in Vienna’s Musikvereinssaal. Hamburg: Don Giovanni (London, Grümmer; Schmidt-Isserstedt). Munich: new production of Die schweigsame Frau with Ingeborg Hallstein. Complete recording of Handel’s Serse for Bavarian Radio. Television broadcast of Eugene Onegin.
1963 Guest contract with the Vienna State Opera. Television recording of Pergolesi’s Il maestro di musica at the Schönbrunn Schloßtheater. Munich: first lieder recital and St Matthew Passion under Karl Richter. Works intensively on the lieder repertory with Hubert Giesen. The Stuttgart Opera visits Paris and performs Orff’s Oedipus der Tyrann. Lieder recital at the Theater an der Wien with Heinrich Schmidt. Guest appearance on Robert Lembke’s Was bin ich? New production of Don Giovanni in Vienna (Waechter, Leontyne Price, Gueden, Berry, Sciutti, Panerai; Karajan). Cancels several engagements, including Salzburg Festival, as the result of a sinus operation. Television recording of Egk’s Columbus (BR). New production of La traviata in Stuttgart with Ruth-Margret Pütz in the title role. Reopening of the Munich Nationaltheater. Wunderlich appears in the world premiere of Egk’s Die Verlobung in San Domingo.
1964 Exclusive contract with Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft. Records Die schöne Müllerin for South German Radio. Vienna: St Matthew Passion under Karl Richter, duets from Capriccio with Lucia Popp, performances of Der Rosenkavalier with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Sena Jurinac; new production of Die Frau ohne Schatten under Karajan (Rysanek, Thomas, Ludwig, Berry, Hoffman) and new production of Daphne under Böhm (Gueden, King, Schoeff¬ler). Birth of third child (Barbara). Five performances of Das Lied von der Erde with Fischer-Dieskau and Keilberth. Concert tour, giving lieder recitals with Hubert Giesen. Berlin: complete recording of Die Zauberflöte under Böhm. Howls of protest at Harry Buckwitz’s new production of Die Zauberflöte in Munich. Role debut as Palestrina in Pfitzner’s opera of the same name in Vienna (director: Hans Hotter; conductor: Robert Heger). Television recording of Daphne (Woytowicz, King, Frick; Keilberth).
1965 Munich: records two new albums for Polydor, Welterfolge großer Tenöre and Du bist die Welt für mich, new production of La traviata with Teresa Stratas and Hermann Prey. London: Don Giovanni (Waechter, Lorengar; Kempe). Salzburg: Giorgio Strehler’s new production of Die Entführung aus dem Serail (Rothenberger, Grist, Unger, Corena; Mehta), lieder recital with Hubert Giesen and Haydn’s Die Schöpfung under Karajan. Vienna: sings Narraboth in Wieland Wagner’s new production of Salome with Anja Silja. Munich: complete recording of Die Entführung (Köth, Böhme; Jochum) and Christmas Oratorio (Janowitz, Ludwig, Crass; Richter).
1966 Berlin: recordings under Karajan (Beethoven’s Missa solemnis and the arias and accompanied recitatives from Die Schöpfung), Die Zauberflöte at the Deutsche Oper, song recital. Vienna: new production of Rossini’s Il barbiere di Siviglia under Böhm and recording of Viennese songs under Robert Stolz. Munich: new production of Die Zauberflöte at the Cuvilliéstheater (Rothenberger, Prey, Crass; Dohnányi). Salzburg: revival of Die Entführung. Edinburgh Festival: Die Zauberflöte.
4.9.1966 Final song recital (Usher Hall, Edinburgh).
17.9.1966 Wunderlich dies as the result of an accident.

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