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Die Lustige Witwe = : The Merry Widow (1993, original release: 1970)
(Music CD)

Call Number CD/OPERA/LEHAR,F


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Published: Deutsche Grammophon, [1993], p1970-1973
Description:  2 sound discs (2 hr., 20 min.) : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in + 1 bok (64 p.)
Language:  English


Compact disc

Operetta and operetta overtures

The 1st work sung in German

Libretto of 1st work by Victor Leon and Leo Stein; based on Henri Meilhac's L'attache d'ambassade

Zoltan Kelemen (Baron Mirko Zeta); Valencienne (Teresa Stratas (dialog: Helga Trumper)); Rene Kollo (Danilo Danilowitsch); Elizabeth Harwood (Hanna Galwari); Werner Hollweg (Camille de Rossillon); Donald Grobe (Vicomte Cascade); Werner Krenn (Raoul de St. Brioche); Karl Renar (Njegus);other soloists; Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin; Berliner Philharmoniker; Herbert von Karajan, conductor

Recorded in Berlin, Jesus-Christus-Kirche: Feb. 1972 (Lehar), Sept. 1969 (Suppe)

Suppe: Ein Morgen, ein Mittag, ein Abend in Wien = Morning, Noon, and night in Vienna (8:51) -- Leichte Kavallerie = Light cavalry (7:39) -- Pique dame (8:29) -- Die schone Galathee = The beautiful Galatea (7:30) -- Banditenstreiche = Jolly robbers (7:09) -- Dichter und Bauer =Poet and peasant (9:49) Related Searches:
Operas
Musicals
Overtures
Classical music CD

Additional Credits:
Léon, Victor, 1858-1940
Stein, Leo, 1862-1920
Kelemen, Zoltan, 1936-
Stratas, Teresa
Kollo, Rene, 1937-
Harwood, Elizabeth, 1938 May 27-
Hollweg, Werner, 1936-
Grobe, Donald
Krenn, Werner
Renar, Karl
Meilhac, Henri, 1831-1897
Suppe, Franz von, 1819-1895
Berliner Philharmoniker
Deutsche Oper Berlin.

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