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Herbert Mogg|Zeller: Der Obersteiger

Zeller: Der Obersteiger

Carl Zeller - Moritz West - L. Held

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Zeller: Der Obersteiger

Herbert Mogg

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Der Obersteiger (Carl Zeller)

1
Prelude
Santiago Burgi
00:01:17

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

Der Obersteiger, Act I (Carl Zeller)

2
Introduction (Strobel, Zwack, Chorus)
Santiago Burgi
00:07:10

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

3
Entree Nelly: Bin schon da! (Nelly, Zwack, Chorus)
Santiago Burgi
00:05:45

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

4
Entree Martin: So sollt' man leben (Martin, Chorus)
Santiago Burgi
00:06:53

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

5
Entree Comtesse: Ja, dort in den Bergen drin (Comtesse)
Santiago Burgi
00:04:22

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

6
Trio. Er ist so just im Schwunge (Roderich, Martin, Comtesse)
Santiago Burgi
00:04:44

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

7
Finale. Halloh, halloh! (Martin, Zwack, Nelly, Roderich, Comtesse, Chorus)
Santiago Burgi
00:13:48

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

DISC 2

Der Obersteiger, Act II (Carl Zeller)

1
Introduction. Ergebenster Diener (Tschida, Dusel, Chorus)
Santiago Burgi
00:03:46

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

2
Couplet: Der Forstrat fährt auf Commission (Zwack, Tschida, Dusel)
Santiago Burgi
00:02:06

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

3
Duet. Schöne Frau (Martin, Elfriede)
Santiago Burgi
00:04:01

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

4
Duet. Ich wollte, dass mein Gatte war (Comtesse, Roderich)
Santiago Burgi
00:04:56

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

5
Trio. Ein Ball ist sozusagen (Comtesse, Elfriede, Nelly)
Santiago Burgi
00:02:42

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

6
Finale O wie herrlich (Martin, Nelly, Comtesse, Elfriede, Roderich, Zwack, Chorus)
Santiago Burgi
00:15:47

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

Der Obersteiger, Act III (Carl Zeller)

7
Duet. Der Tag bricht an (Roderich, Comtesse)
Santiago Burgi
00:05:38

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

8
Couplet: Es war einmal in Asien (Martin)
Santiago Burgi
00:02:19

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

9
Finale. Gluck auf, Gluck auf! (Comtesse, Nelly, Elfriede, Roderich, Martin, Zwack, Chorus)
Santiago Burgi
00:00:36

Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Bernhard Berchtold, tenor - Rolf Haunstein, baritone - Donna Ellen, soprano - Cornelia Zink, soprano - Anna Siminska, soprano - Alfred Berger, baritone - Schonbrunn Music Theater Choral Soloists, Choir - Schonbrunn Music Theater Orchestra, Orchestra - Herbert Mogg, Conductor - Wolfgang Muller-Lorenz, tenor - Timo Verse, tenor

(C) 2010 CPO (P) 2010 CPO

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