WorldCat Identities
Fri Mar 21 17:15:02 2014 UTClccn-n820977210.28Carmen0.640.81Cantatas84611396Kurt_Equiluzn 82097721794304Equilus, Kurt, 1929-Equilux, Kurt.Equiluz, K.Equiluz, K. (Kurt)lccn-n79021425Bach, Johann Sebastian1685-1750cmplccn-n81084038Harnoncourt, Nikolausauicndprfdrtvoclccn-n82077142Concentus Musicus Wienprfitrorcmuslccn-n82040710Esswood, Paulsngprfvoclccn-n83044890Egmond, Max vansngprfvoclccn-n82099714Wiener Sängerknabenprfmusvoclccn-n79110146Leonhardt, Gustav1928-2012cndprfitrlccn-n81089320Tölzer Knabenchorcndprfitrmusvoclccn-n85067603Leonhardt-Consortprfitrorclccn-n82096229Rilling, HelmuthcndprfendEquiluz, KurtDramaFilm adaptationsTelevision adaptationsParodies, imitations, etcHistoryFilm and video adaptationsOpera filmsOperasCantatas, SacredCarmen (Fictitious character)Passion musicOratoriosOrpheus (Greek mythology)SpainMan-woman relationshipsBalletsRomaniesMassesPoppaea Sabina,--Empress, consort of Nero, Emperor of Rome,Mérimée, Prosper,JealousyTannhäuserFlamencoFlamenco dancersTheater rehearsalsWomen--Sexual behaviorSerial murderersBullfightersSpain--SevilleSoldiersOperas--LibrettosSpanish languageDeMille, Cecil B.--(Cecil Blount),Carmen (Bizet, Georges)Operas--ExcerptsMotion pictures, SpanishSeductionBizet, Georges,United StatesAsiansMotetsFilm adaptationsMadrigals, ItalianUnrequited loveMotion picturesDanceBalletMusic videosFlamenco musicCarmen (Mérimée, Prosper)Oratorios--ExcerptsLive sound recordingsStage adaptationsSolo cantatas, Sacred (Low voice)EntertainersSolo cantatas, Sacred (High voice)Italy1929194919501951195219531954195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220132618124573980782.1M3ocn013547562ocn001097014ocn004380994ocn001029277ocn001029174ocn004831120ocn061144345ocn020333431ocn015603532ocn014959128ocn044160807ocn044160188ocn028564062ocn044156030ocn022394123ocn044906393ocn044157065ocn044157680ocn044908256ocn044873073ocn018803096ocn658716849ocn674196524ocn659078222ocn658420886ocn659248539ocn659078252ocn762210920ocn761734237ocn658641985ocn86508902682938ocn001097014rcrd19710.59Bach, Johann SebastianDas Kantatenwerk3371ocn013547562rcrd19850.50Wagner, RichardTannhäuserDramaTannhäuser deals with the medieval Minnesinger of that name28422ocn001029277rcrd19660.53Bach, Johann SebastianMesse in h-moll hohe Messe, BWV 2322585ocn028564062rcrd19850.59Monteverdi, ClaudioL'incoronazione di PoppeaDrama2457ocn044906393rcrd20000.76Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 179-181 Kantaten = Cantates2416ocn044157680rcrd20000.73Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 161-164 Kantaten = Cantates2397ocn044160807rcrd19990.73Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 130-132 Kantaten = Cantates2357ocn044156030rcrd19990.73Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 122-125 Kantaten = Cantates23422ocn014959128rcrd19680.59Monteverdi, ClaudioL'OrfeoDrama2327ocn044118303rcrd19990.76Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 136-139 Kantaten = Cantates2178ocn005773803rcrd19660.81Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas2109ocn033482419rcrd19710.53Bach, Johann SebastianDas Kantatenwerk1957ocn044908256rcrd20000.73Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 188, 190-192 Kantaten = Cantates1909ocn043663346rcrd19990.70Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 100-102 Kantaten = Cantates18917ocn001029174rcrd19700.50Bach, Johann SebastianMatthäus-Passion BWV 244"Autres interprètes : Marshall, Margaret. Soprano ; Watkinson, Carolyn. Alto ; Rolfe-Johnson, Anthony. Ténor ; Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne1898ocn044874109rcrd20000.73Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 176-178 Kantaten = Cantates1875ocn044873073rcrd20000.70Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 165-168 Kantaten = Cantates1866ocn044872667rcrd20000.73Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 185-187 Kantaten = Cantates1827ocn061144345visu19950.28Bizet, GeorgesCarmenHistoryParodies, imitations, etcDramaFilm and video adaptationsTelevision adaptationsFilm adaptationsOpera filmsThis famous film of the world's best-loved opera, directed by Herbert von Karajan, features the three greatest exponents of their respective roles at the time: Grace Bumbry's magnificently seductive-toned Carmen, Mirella Freni's ineffably lovely, touching Micaëla, and Jon Vickers's thrillingly manic-depressive Don José1774ocn044160188rcrd20000.73Bach, Johann SebastianCantatas, BWV 148-151 Kantaten = CantatesFri Mar 21 15:32:30 EDT 2014batch64742