Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Nicolai Gedda, Philharmonia Orchestra, Otto Ackermann Lehár: La veuve joyeuse (Mono Version)

Lehár: La veuve joyeuse (Mono Version)

Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Nicolai Gedda, Philharmonia Orchestra, Otto Ackermann

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Released on March 24, 2016 by BnF Collection

Main artist: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf

Genre: Classical > Opera

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Album : 2 disks - 18 tracks Total length : 01:18:42

    DISC 1
    Die lustige Witwe (Franz Lehar)
  1. 1 Die lustige Witwe: Ouvertüre

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Franz Lehar, Composer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  2. 2 Die lustige Witwe, Act I: Introduktion - Verehrteste Damen und Herren

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Emmy Loose, Performer, Soloist - Nicolai Gedda, Performer, Soloist - Josef Schmidinger, Performer, Soloist - Otakar Kraus, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Chorus, Orchestra, Performer - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  3. 3 Die lustige Witwe, Act I: So kommen Sie (Duett)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Emmy Loose, Performer, Soloist - Nicolai Gedda, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  4. 4 Die lustige Witwe, Act I: Bitte, meine Herren! (Entrée-Lied der Hanna und Ensemble)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Performer, Soloist - Josef Schmidinger, Performer, Soloist - Otakar Kraus, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Chorus, Orchestra, Performer - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  5. 5 Die lustige Witwe, Act I: Njegus, waren Sie beim Grafen Danilo? (Rezitativ) - O, Vaterland (Auftrittslied)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Anton Niessner, Performer, Soloist - Erich Kunz, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  6. 6 Die lustige Witwe, Act I: Njegus, Geliebter, wo ist Vaterland?

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Anton Niessner, Performer, Soloist - Erich Kunz, Performer, Soloist - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Performer, Soloist - Emmy Loose, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  7. 7 Die lustige Witwe, Act I: Damenwahl (Finale)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Philharmonia Chorus, Orchestra, Performer - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Performer, Soloist - Nicolai Gedda, Performer, Soloist - Emmy Loose, Performer, Soloist - Josef Schmidinger, Performer, Soloist - Otakar Kraus, Performer, Soloist - Erich Kunz, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  8. DISC 2
  9. 1 Die lustige Witwe, Act II: Introduktion - Ich bitte, hier jetzt zu verweilen

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Chorus, Orchestra, Performer - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  10. 2 Die lustige Witwe, Act II: Es lebt' eine Vilja (Vilja-Lied)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Chorus, Orchestra, Performer - Anton Niessner, Performer, Soloist - Erich Kunz, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  11. 3 Die lustige Witwe, Act II: Heia, Mädel, autgeschaut (Duett)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Performer, Soloist - Erich Kunz, Performer, Soloist - Josef Schmidinger, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  12. 4 Die lustige Witwe, Act II: Wie die Weiber man behandelt? (Marsch-Septett)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Anton Niessner, Performer, Soloist - Erich Kunz, Performer, Soloist - Emmy Loose, Performer, Soloist - Josef Schmidinger, Performer, Soloist - Otakar Kraus, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  13. 5 Die lustige Witwe, Act II: Mein Freund, Vernunft (Duett)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Emmy Loose, Performer, Soloist - Nicolai Gedda, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  14. 6 Die lustige Witwe, Act II: Wie eine Rosenknospe - Sieh, dort den kleinen Pavillon

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Emmy Loose, Performer, Soloist - Nicolai Gedda, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  15. 7 Die lustige Witwe, Act II: Die Baronin und Herr Rosillon sind im Pavillon

    Anton Niessner, Performer, Soloist - Nicolai Gedda, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  16. 8 Die lustige Witwe, Act II: Ha! Ha! Wir fragen (Finale)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Philharmonia Chorus, Orchestra, Performer - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Performer, Soloist - Nicolai Gedda, Performer, Soloist - Emmy Loose, Performer, Soloist - Josef Schmidinger, Performer, Soloist - Otakar Kraus, Performer, Soloist - Erich Kunz, Performer, Soloist - Anton Niessner, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  17. 9 Die lustige Witwe, Act III: Njegus, was ist das für eine Musik? - Ja, wir sind es, die Grisetten

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Anton Niessner, Performer, Soloist - Erich Kunz, Performer, Soloist - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Performer, Soloist - Philharmonia Chorus, Orchestra, Performer - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  18. 10 Die lustige Witwe, Act III: Lippen schweigen (Walzer)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Erich Kunz, Performer, Soloist - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

  19. 11 Die lustige Witwe, Act III: Ja das Studium der Weiber (Finale)

    Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra, Performer - Otto Ackermann, Conductor, Performer - Philharmonia Chorus, Orchestra, Performer - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Performer, Soloist - Nicolai Gedda, Performer, Soloist - Emmy Loose, Performer, Soloist - Josef Schmidinger, Performer, Soloist - Otakar Kraus, Performer, Soloist - Erich Kunz, Performer, Soloist - Anton Niessner, Performer, Soloist - Franz Lehar, Composer - Victor Léon, Writer - Leo Stein, Writer Copyright : 1954 - BNF Collection 2016

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