Lehár: Die lustige Witwe

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  • Release Date: 11/2/1999
  • Label: Capriccio
  • UPC: 845221004501
  • Catalog Number: 600772
  • Sales rank: 273,521


Disc 1
  1. 1–33 Die lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow), operetta - Franz Lehár & Pamela Coburn (96:30)
    Composed byFranz Lehár
    Conducted byHelmuth Froschauer, Detlef Tewes
    Performed byPamela Coburn, Westdeutschen Rundfunk-Orchester, Cologne, Helmuth Froschauer, Michael Heltau, Karl Fath, Ernst H. Hilbich, Daniel Kirch, Juan Jose Lopera, Katharina Richter, Köln Hochschule für Musik Solistenensemble, Kay Stiefermann, Detlef Tewes, Karl-Josef Görgen
    1. 1Act 1., Nr. 1 Introduktion - Verehrteste Damen und Herren
    2. 2Act 1., Szene: Danke, danke meine Herrschaften
    3. 3Act 1., Nr. 2 Duett - So kommen Sie! s'ist niemand hier!
    4. 4Act 1., Szene: Nun, Njegus, waren sie bei dem Grafen?
    5. 5Act 1., Nr. 3 Entrée-Lied und Ensemble - Was hat das zu bedeuten, Bitte meine Herre'n - Hab' in Par
    6. 6Act 1., Szene: Gnädige Frau ich bin glücklich sie in unserem Hause begrüßen zu können
    7. 7Act 1., Nr. 4 Auftrittslied: O Vaterland du machst bei Tag
    8. 8Act 1., Szene: Njegus, Geliebter, ich bin hier
    9. 9Act 1., Nr. 5 Duett: Ja was? - Ein trautes Zimmerlein
    10. 10Act 1., Szene: Graf Danilo - Exzellenz
    11. 11Act 1., Nr. 6 Finale I: es ist Damenwahl - Damenwhal
    12. 12Act 2., Nr. 7 Introduktion, Tanz und Vilja-Lied: Ich bitte, hier jetzt zu verweilen - Es lebt' eine
    13. 13Act 2., Szene: Ein herrliches Fest. Aber wo bleibt Graf Danilo
    14. 14Act 2., Nr. 8 Duett - Heia, Mädel, aufgeschaut
    15. 15Act 2., Szene: O, wenn sie wüßte wie gescheit ich bin
    16. 16Act 2., Marsch-Septett - Wie de Weiber man behandelt
    17. 17Act 2., Szene: Und wenn Sie mich auch nicht lieben, Nr. 10 Spielszene und Tanzduett: Er führt sie z
    18. 18Act 2., Szene: Nein, nein Camille
    19. 19Act 2., Nr. 11 Duett und Romanze, Mein Freund! Vernunft! - Wie eine Rosenknospe
    20. 20Act 2., Szene: O, die Baronin und der Herr Rossilon zusammen imPavillon
    21. 21Act 2., Nr. 12 Finale II: Ha! Ha! - Wir fragen, was man von uns will
    22. 22Act 3., Nr. 12a Zwischenspiel
    23. 23Act 3., Szene: Also, also, Also! Wo sind die versprochenen Grisetten
    24. 24Act 3., Nr. 13 Tanz-Szene
    25. 25Act 3.,Szene: Ja was seh' ich, wo bin ich?
    26. 26Act 3., Nr. 14 Chanson
    27. 27Act 3., Szene: Njegus, Geliebter, ich bin baff
    28. 28Act 3., Nr. 14a Reminiszenz
    29. 29Act 3., Szene: Gospodina - Graf - Ich verbiete ihnen den Rossilon zu heiraten
    30. 30Act 3., Nr. 15 Duett: Lippen schweigen
    31. 31Act 3., Szene: Also, Valencienne
    32. 32Act 3., Nr. 16 Schlußgesang: Ja das Studium der Weiber ist schwer
    33. 33Act 3., Ouvertüre
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