Schott Publishers has release a guide to the stage works of Erich Korngold. It’s appended below. As can be seen on their announcement they linked to a video of the 1983 Berlin performance of Die Tote Stadt. I was in Berlin during that run and went to one of its performances only to find that the Korngold had been replaced by Berlioz’ The Damnation of Faust. No explanation was given for the substitution. I suspect that a cast member was indisposed and that the Deutschen Oper didn’t have a cover. So I had to wait about a quarter of a century to see a staged performance of Korngold’s fine opera. The version in the video below is terrific, especially James King’s Paul. As always, one never knows how long a YouTube video will stay lit. So enjoy it while you can.