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(You mean the world to me) Super-deluxe version
Jonas Kaufmann (tenor), Julia Kleiter (soprano)
Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Jochen Rieder
Kaufmann offers a more intimate, less full-throated approach than [Tauber or Schmidt], but it's highly effective and both his musicianship and his attention to text are characteristically impeccable.... — More…
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Opera Arias played by Flute and Orchestra
Katherine Bryan (flute)
Orchestra of Opera North, Bramwell Tovey
Bryan’s tone is powerful and well focused…Chandos’s sound is excellent, as one would expect, giving Bryan a bit of a helping hand in the balance, but this is something strictly for flute fans. — More…
Gerhard Ernst, Maya Boog, Jevgenij Taruntsov, Alexander Kaimbacher, Sieglinde Feldhofer, Ilia Staple, Rita Peterl
Chor des Lehar Festivals Bad Ischl Franz Lehar-Orcheste, Marius Burkert
The atmosphere of a live performance is vivid without ever being obtrusive. The casting isn’t exactly luxurious but it’s always appropriate…The chorus sound very slightly reticent but the orchestral... — More…
Elena Mosuc (soprano) & Zoran Todorovich (tenor)
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks & Muenchner Rundfunkorchester, Ulf Schirmer
Through-composed operetta? An apparent contradiction in terms, but that was exactly what Lehár succeeded in doing with Act 2 of his 1914 Endlich allein, the score which, revised (but not much... — More…
Joan Sutherland (soprano), Rinaldo Pelizzoni (Normanno), Cesare Siepi (Raimondo), Robert Merrill (Enrico), Luciano Pavarotti (Duca), Luciano Pavarotti (Nemorino), Luciano Pavarotti (Calaf), Luciano Pavarotti (Leicester)
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, London Symphony Orchestra,...
Margit Schramm (Hanna Glawari), Rudolf Schock (Danilo), Dorothea Chryst (Valencienne), Jerry J. Jennings (Camille), Benno Kusche (Baron Mirko Zeta), Ferry Gruber (Njegus), Julius Katona (Raoul de St Brioche), Claudio Nicolai (Cascada)
Chor Der Deutschen Oper Berlin & Berliner Symphoniker,...
A properly lyric widow in Margit Schramm with Rudolf Schock's Count Danilo hinting at Richard Tauber. Plus Robert Stolz's idiomatic reading of Lehar's fine score. — More…