Kurt Weill: Kleine Dreigroschenmusik; Mahagonny Songspiel; Happy End; Berliner Requiem; Violin Concerto

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/3/1999
  • Label: Dg Imports
  • UPC: 028945944227
  • Catalog Number: 459442
  • Sales rank: 84,162

Tracks

Disc 1
  1. 1–8 Kleine Dreigroschenmusik, suite for wind orchestra (based on "Die Dreigroschenoper") - Kurt Weill & Nikolaus Boddin (21:35)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Performed byPhilip Langridge, Benjamin Luxon, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Mary Thomas, Meriel Dickinson
    1. 1Overture
    2. 2Die Morität von Mackie Messer
    3. 3Anstatt-dass Song
    4. 4Die Ballade vom angenehmen Leben
    5. 5Pollys Lied
    6. 6Tango-Ballade
    7. 7Kanonen-Song
    8. 8Dreigroschen-Finale
  2. 9–17 Mahagonny Songspiel, for soloists & orchestra - Kurt Weill & Nikolaus Boddin (22:37)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Performed byPhilip Langridge, Benjamin Luxon, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Mary Thomas, Meriel Dickinson
    1. 9Off To Mahagonny/Auf Nach Mahagonny: Allegro Non Troppo
    2. 10Alabama Song: Moderato
    3. 11Vivace (Orchestra/Orchester)
    4. 12If You Had Five Bucks A Day/Wer In Mahagonny Blieb: Allegro Un Poco Moderato
    5. 13Vivace Assai (Orchestra)
    6. 14Benares Song: Moderato Assai
    7. 15Sostenuto: Chorale (Orchestra)
    8. 16God In Mahagonny/Gott In Mahagonny: Lento
    9. 17Finale: People Only Dream Of Mahagonny/Aber Dieses Ganze Mahagonny: Largo
  3. 18–20 Concerto for violin & wind orchestra, Op. 12 - Kurt Weill & Nikolaus Boddin (27:08)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Performed byPhilip Langridge, Benjamin Luxon, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Mary Thomas, Meriel Dickinson
    1. 18Andante Con Moto
    2. 19(A) Notturno: Allegro Un Poco Tenuto (B) Cadenza: Moderato - Vivace (C) Serenata: Allegretto
    3. 20Allegro Molto, Un Poco Agitato
Disc 2
  1. 1–14 Happy End, musical play - Kurt Weill & Nikolaus Boddin (33:33)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Performed byPhilip Langridge, Benjamin Luxon, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Mary Thomas, Meriel Dickinson
    1. 1Introduction: The LIttle Lieutenant Of The Loving God/Der Kleine Leutnant Lieben Gottes (Ochestra)
    2. 2Salvation Army Song III: Don't Be Afraid/Heilsarmeelied III: Fürchte Dich Nicht
    3. 3The Ballad Of Hell's Lily/Die Ballade Von Der Höllenlili
    4. 4The Song Of The Liquor Dealer/Das Lied Vom Branntweinhändler
    5. 5The Sailors' Song/Der Matrosen-Song
    6. 6Salvation Army Song II: Brother, Give Yourself A Shove/Heilsarmeelied II: Bruder, Gib Dir Einen Sto
    7. 7The Song Of Mandalay/Der Song Von Mandalay
    8. 8Salvation Army Song IV: In Our Childhood's Bright Endeavour/Heilsarmeelied IV: In Der Jugend Gold'n
    9. 9Surabaya Johnny/Surabaya-Johnny
    10. 10Salvation Army Song I: March Ajead To The Fight/Heilsarmeelied I: Geht Hinein In Die Schlacht
    11. 11The Little Lieutenant Of The Loving God/I Der Kleine Leutnant Des Lieben Gottes I
    12. 12Tough Nut/Das Lied Von Der Harten Nuß
    13. 13Hosanna Rockefeller/Hosiannah Rockefeller
    14. 14The Little Lieutenant Of The Loving God II/Der Leutant Des Lieben Gottes II
  2. 15–20 Das Berliner Requiem, cantata for tenor, baritone, male chorus & wind orchestra - Kurt Weill & Nikolaus Boddin (19:06)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Performed byPhilip Langridge, Benjamin Luxon, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Mary Thomas, Meriel Dickinson
    1. 15Great Hymn Of Thankgiving/Großer Dankchoral: Sostenuto
    2. 16Ballad Of The Drowned Girl/Ballad Vom Ertunkenen Mädchen: Lento
    3. 17Epitaph/Grabschrift: Andante Moderato
    4. 18Legend Of The Unknown Soldier Beneath The Triumphal Arch/Erster Bericht Über Den Unbekannten Soldat
    5. 19Second Poem On The Uknown Soldier Beneath The Triumphal Arch/Zweiter Bericht Über Den Unbekannten S
    6. 20Great Hymn Of Thanksgiving/Großer Dankchoral (Da Capo)
  3. 21 Der Protagonist, opera, Op. 15 - Kurt Weill & Nikolaus Boddin (10:12)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Performed byPhilip Langridge, Benjamin Luxon, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Mary Thomas, Meriel Dickinson
  4. 22 Vom tod im Wald (Death in the Forest), ballad for bass & 10 wind instruments, Op. 23 - Kurt Weill & Nikolaus Boddin (7:46)
    Composed byKurt Weill
    Performed byPhilip Langridge, Benjamin Luxon, Ian Partridge, Michael Rippon, Mary Thomas, Meriel Dickinson
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