Weill, K: Und was bekam des Soldaten Weib - download (MP3 & FLAC)
This page lists all recordings of Und was bekam des Soldaten Weib, by Kurt Weill (1900-50) on download (MP3 & FLAC).
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Kurt Weill: Historical Original Recordings 1928-1944
Lotte Lenya, Harald Paulsen, Theo MacKeben & Kurt Weill (piano)
Ernst Busch & Otto Klemperer
From 1928 to 1932 many recordings of songs from the Threepenny Opera were released on 20 different labels. Here we have a representative selection. Also included are recordings dating from 1928-1930 of the original cast at the Schiffbauerdamm. Most are reissued complete for the first time. Also included are rare performances by Lenya and Weill.
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I’m a Stranger Here Myself
Songs by Kurt Weill and Hans Eisler
Salome Kammer (voice) & Rudi Spring (piano)
Composers Kurt Weill and Hanns Eisler had great success with their songs, creating an unmistakable style that has remained unique with its mixture of popular music, supreme musical sophistication and political claims. Salome Kammer is a versatile artists and an ideal advocate of this music.
“There's some historical logic in yoking Kurt Weill and Hanns Eisler together – both were active in Berlin from the late 1920s, until forced to leave by the Nazis, and both worked with Bertolt Brecht – but musically they were very different...Kammer is adroit at bridging both musical worlds; she's a superb singing actress, with the required range and technique.” The Guardian, 31st January 2013
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Kurt Weill: O Moon of Alabama
Historic original recordings 1928-1944
Lotte Lenya, Ernst Busch, Kurt Weill, et al.
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