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Thu Oct 16 17:53:58 2014 UTClccn-n820199940.29Die Fledermaus0.490.82Erich Kunz : ein Leben für die Oper /19865844Erich_Kunzn 82019994717213Kunz, Eric.Kunz, Eric 1909-1995lccn-n82032332Schwarzkopf, Elisabethothsngprflccn-n81015297Karajan, Herbert voncndprfitrcmplccn-n79106447Strauss, Johann1825-1899cmplccn-n82011030Philharmonia Orchestra (London, England)prfitrmuslccn-n81042594Gedda, Nicolaisngprflccn-n81032093Wiener Philharmonikerprfitrorcmuslccn-n82101533Philharmonia Chorus (London, England)prfmuslccn-n83066271Ackermann, Otto1909-1960cndprflccn-n82246138Loose, Emmysngprflccn-n80022788Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus1756-1791cmpKunz, Erich1909-1995DramaOperasTelevision adaptationsMusical settingsFilm adaptationsMusicInterviewsFilmed operasNonfiction filmsMusic videosOperasOperas--ExcerptsDon Juan (Legendary character)Falstaff, John, Sir (Fictitious character)Live sound recordingsAriadne (Greek mythology)GermanyStudents' songsMusicalsOperas--Excerpts, ArrangedNew York (State)--New YorkGerman languageSongs, GermanOperaDrinking songsMusicMusic--Instruction and studyBoito, Arrigo,Folk musicFolk songs, GermanString quartets, ArrangedOperas--Analysis, appreciationWind octetsOperas--LibrettosOrchestral musicMeistersinger von Nürnberg (Wagner, Richard)OverturesMeistersingerAustria--ViennaWaltzesPiano music (4 hands), ArrangedMusic--Computer network resourcesPolkasMarches (Orchestra)Wind octets (Bassoons (2), clarinets (2), horns (2), oboes (2)), ArrangedKunz, Erich,Motion picture musicDon Giovanni (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus)Falstaff (Verdi, Giuseppe)Nonets (Bassoons (2), clarinets (2), horns (2), oboes (2), double bass), ArrangedCosì fan tutte (Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus)SymphoniesBaritones (Singers)AustriaOperettaBöhm, Karl,Rysanek, LeonieWächter, EberhardDe Sabata, Victor,Serafin, Tullio,19091995192319241925192619331934193519391940194619471949195019511952195319541955195619571958195919601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419751976197719781979198019811982198319841985198619871988198919901991199219931994199519961997199819992000200120022003200420052006200720082009201020112012201390526371453782.1M1500ocn003419968ocn029620197ocn679703641ocn003474549ocn005084846ocn005342600ocn840330948ocn840329903ocn840330609ocn840327041ocn022375967ocn816048706ocn840330746ocn840329935ocn840329934ocn049620079ocn048513527ocn815766759ocn815766820ocn809793204ocn865126324ocn865093363ocn865125731ocn865080298ocn865104587ocn658811814ocn658238887ocn761738157136384ocn022375967rcrd13190.47Strauss, JohannDie FledermausStories, plots, etcMusical excerpts drawn from Johann Strauss' Die Fledermaus (EMI Classics 5 73851 2) with descriptive narration by Robert Lyall, to promote the upcoming production of the opera on April 29 & 30, 2005 by Opera Grand Rapids in De Vos Hall67468ocn840329903file19750.39Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusDie ZauberflöteInterviewsOperas18. Jahrhundert; Oper59024ocn840329935file19560.53Strauss, JohannDer Zigeunerbaron38347ocn003474549rcrd19510.47Wagner, RichardDie Meistersinger von NürnbergDramaNot many companies have the resources to put on Wagner's only comedy with all the élan it deserves. The Met does, particularly when Music Director James Levine is conducting: his affection for the work is matched only by his skill at bringing it to life. Levine leads a top-flight cast of solo singers, plus a huge chorus and orchestra. James Morris conveys all of Hans Sachs wisdom, and humanity; Karita Mattila sparkles as Eva, the young woman in love with Walther, the impetuous knight, ardently sung by Ben Heppner35957ocn840330609rcrd19500.31Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusLe nozze di Figaro K. 492Methods Self-instructionMusical settingsDramaOperasContains the entire opera32312ocn003419968rcrd19660.50Verdi, GiuseppeFalstaffMusical settingsDramaOperasRecorded Mar. 30-Apr. 15, 1932 at Teatro alla Scala, Milan, Italy28126ocn840327781rcrd19530.66Strauss, JohannWiener BlutDramaDance music26914ocn827716338rcrd19560.70Kunz, ErichErich Kunz sings German university songs2584ocn840329934file19880.50Strauss, JohannEine Nacht in Venedig Wiener BlutOperas2574ocn679703641visu19840.30Der RosenkavalierFilm adaptationsNewly restored and digitally remastered from the original 35mm film, the legendary soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf stars in this acclaimed film of Richard Strauss' delightful opera, Der Rosenkavalier. This Salzburg Festival production of Strauss' great work toured the world, and this filmed version was hailed by The New York Times as 'Superb'. Schwarzkopf performs her signature role as Princess von Werdenberg, an aging beauty involved with a younger man, Octavian21212ocn029620197visu19610.39Strauss, RichardDer RosenkavalierTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptations"Elisabeth Schwarzkopf was the most celebrated Marschallin since Lotte Lehmann; Otto Edelmann recalled the great days of Emanuel List and Richard Mayr; Sena Jurinac, perhaps a shade too plump for a dramatically convincing Octavian, nevertheless sang, moved and acted well; and Annaliese Rothenberger was absolutely divine as Sophie. The filmed production is lavish and colorful. This was the definitive performance of its time." (The New York Times)20942ocn003991056rcrd19520.47Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusDon GiovanniMusicDramaOperasSchwarzkopf samlingen1924ocn840330948file20010.53Lehár, FranzDas Land des Lächelns Die lustige Witwe18736ocn004282813rcrd19590.50Mozart, Wolfgang AmadeusCosì fan tutteMusical settingsFilm and video adaptationsOperasOpname tijdens de Salzburger Festspiele 2 augustus 1954. Orfeo C 357 942 I18018ocn005084846rcrd19630.47Strauss, RichardAriadne auf NaxosDramaSolists : RIE Staatskapelle Dresden ; Rudolf Kempe, con14417ocn022893760rcrd19530.50Lehár, FranzDie lustige WitweDie lustige Witwe: Operette in drei Akten. Libretto: Léon u.Stein n. H.Meilhac / Der Graf von Luxemburg: Operette in drei Akten (Querschnitt). Libretto: Bodanzky u. A.M.Willner1394ocn811245657file19990.74Kunz, ErichErich Kunz sings German university songs1296ocn059554372visu20040.29Strauss, JohannDie FledermausCriticism, interpretation, etcMusical settingsInterviewsNonfiction filmsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsMusic videosOpera filmsFilmed operasOperasGabriel von Eisenstein is about to begin a prison sentence for a small indiscretion. Alfred, an opera singer, is serenading Eisenstein's wife Rosalinde outside the Eisenstein house. Adele the maid has just received a letter from her sister, Ida, inviting her to Price Orlofsky's ball. Dr. Falke, preparing a surprise at the ball, convinces Eisenstein to come with him that night and delay his departure for jail until morning. Everyone departs for the ball in disguise...not before Alfred is mistaken for Eisenstein and dragged off to prison! The comic confusion of infidelity and "mistaken" identity is topped off by Dr. Falke's surprise, a little comedy he arranged called "The Bat's Revenge"1223ocn811246388file20000.74Kunz, ErichGerman University songs1178ocn003043308rcrd19580.74Strauss, JohannThe gypsy baronMusical settings192ocn035813059book19940.82Szabo-Knotik, CorneliaErich Kunz : ein Leben für die OperBiography173ocn032133546book19920.47Hunt, JohnMid-century conductors ; more Viennese singers : discographiesDiscography+-+9031756045324+-+9031756045324Thu Oct 16 15:48:40 EDT 2014batch36171