Kurt Weill: Der Kuhhandel [Excerpts]

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  • Release Date: 4/16/1995
  • Label: Capriccio
  • UPC: 845221004259
  • Catalog Number: 60013
  • Sales rank: 183,679

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Schockschwere Not! - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (2:48)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byWDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Oskar Hillebrandt
  2. 2 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Du lieber Gott was machen wir - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (2:04)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byUdo Holdorf, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Walter Raffeiner, Christian Schotenröhr
  3. 3 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Vortreefflich! - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (1:12)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byWDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Walter Raffeiner
  4. 4 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Ich wohne auf der anderen Seite des Flusses - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (7:33)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byEberhard Büchner, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Dariusz Niemirowicz, Lucy Peacock, Regina Röttger
  5. 5 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Ich muß jetzt gehn - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (3:18)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byEberhard Büchner, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Ingeborg Most, Dariusz Niemirowicz, Lucy Peacock
  6. 6 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Seit ich in diese Stadt gekommen - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (2:44)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byEberhard Büchner, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig
  7. 7 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Seht, wie die Sterne strahlen - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (4:33)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byUdo Holdorf, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Walter Raffeiner, Oskar Hillebrandt
  8. 8 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Triffst du mich abends - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (3:16)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byEberhard Büchner, WDR Rundfunkchor Köln, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Frederic Mayer, Gregory Rose
  9. 9 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Quartet. An das Volk von Santa Maria - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (2:13)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byEberhard Büchner, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Ingeborg Most, Dariusz Niemirowicz, Lucy Peacock
  10. 10 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Reprise. Ich muß jetzt gehn - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (1:41)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byEberhard Büchner, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Ingeborg Most, Dariusz Niemirowicz, Lucy Peacock
  11. 11 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 1. Finale. Der Herr General - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (16:41)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byEberhard Büchner, WDR Rundfunkchor Köln, Franz Gerihsen, Udo Holdorf, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Walter Raffeiner, Gregory Rose, Gerd Grochovski, Oskar Hillebrandt, Josef Otten, Lucy Peacock, Dieter Müller, Christian Schotenröhr, José Wagner
  12. 12 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 2. Fandango. Weiß fällt aufs Feld der Schnee - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (3:37)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byWDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Oskar Hillebrandt
  13. 13 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 2. Ich habe eine Kuh gehabt - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (2:45)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byEberhard Büchner, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig
  14. 14 A Kingdom for a Cow (Der Kuhhandel), operetta: Act 2. Finale. Was, du glaubst? - Kurt Weill & Adam Bachhausen (23:30)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Conducted byJan Latham-Koenig
    Performed byEberhard Büchner, Udo Holdorf, WDR Orchestra, Köln, Jan Latham-Koenig, Gerd Grochovski, Hein Heidbuchel, Oskar Hillebrandt, Josef Otten, Lucy Peacock, Dieter Müller, José Wagner, Renate Zimmermann
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