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Der gewaltige Hahnrei Mediterranean songs

Author: Berthold GoldschmidtRoberta AlexanderRobert WörleMichael KrausClaudio OtelliAll authors
Publisher: London : London, 1994.
Series: Entartete Musik.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : Multiple forms : Operas : Songs : GermanView all editions and formats
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
Music Type: Operas; Songs
All Authors / Contributors: Berthold Goldschmidt; Roberta Alexander; Robert Wörle; Michael Kraus; Claudio Otelli; Helen Lawrence; John Mark Ainsley; Lothar Zagrosek; Fernand Crommelynck; Rundfunkchor Berlin.; Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin.; Gewandhausorchester Leipzig.
OCLC Number: 36924357
Language Note: Sung in German (1st work) and English (2nd work).
Notes: London: 440 850-2 (on discs: 440 851-2--440 852-2)
The 1st work an opera in 3 acts; the 2nd work consists of songs with orchestra accompaniment.
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Libretto to the 1st work by the composer, after Le cocu magnifique by Fernand Crommelynck ; words to the 2nd work by various poets.
Eds. recorded: Boosey & Hawkes.
Compact discs.
Durations: 1:42:46; 31:50.
Program and biographical notes on the composer by Bernard Keeffe, libretto to the opera, and words to the songs, all in English, French, German, and Italian (83 p. : ill., facsims., ports.) included in container
Performer(s): In the 1st work: Roberta Alexander (Stella) ; Robert Wörle (Bruno) ; Michael Kraus (Petrus) ; Claudio Otelli (Ochsenhirt) ; Helen Lawrence (Amme Mémé) ; Martin Petzold, Endrik Wottrich, Marita Posselt, Christiane Berggold, Franz Josef Kapellmann, supporting soloists ; Rundfunkchor Berlin ; Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin ; Lothar Zagrosek, conductor. In the 2nd work: John Mark Ainsley, tenor ; Gewandhausorchester Leipzig ; Lothar Zagrosek, conductor.
Event notes: Recorded Nov. 1992, Jesus-Christus-Kirche, Berlin-Dahlem (1st work) and Feb. 1993, Paul-Gerhardt-Kirche, Leipzig (2nd work); both works recorded under the supervision of the composer.
Description: 2 sound discs : digital, stereo. ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Der gesaltige Hahnrei (1:42:46) --
Mediterranean songs (Lines written in an album at Malta ; The centaurs ; Nemea ; Olive trees ; The old ships ; Stanzas written in dejection near Naples) (31:50)
Series Title: Entartete Musik.
Responsibility: Goldschmidt.

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