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Die Lustige Witwe - Anton Karas - King Of Zither (CD)

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  1. Doucage says:
    Anton Karas - CD () for $ from lucvoicegeltuara.undesumlinkfifertimmsulsunasnelo.infoinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $
  2. Dasar says:
    Die lustige Witwe recorded live at the Royal Festival Hall, South Bank Centre, July ; Favourite waltzes recorded April, , No. 1 Studio, Abbey Road, London. Description: 2 audio discs: digital, stereo ; 4 3/4 in. Contents: CD1: Die lustige Witwe / Franz Lehár --CD2: Favourite waltzes. Künsterleben op. ; Rosen aus dem Süden.
  3. Tojinn says:
    Filled with romantic trysts, lively dance numbers, and the famous ‘Song of Vilja’, it is no surprise that Lehár’s operetta Die lustige Witwe remains one of the most popular in the operatic canon today.
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    Jeanette MacDonald. Jeanette Anna MacDonald (June 18, – January 14, ) was an American singer and actress best remembered for her musical films of the s with Maurice Chevalier (Love Me Tonight, The Merry Widow) and Nelson Eddy (Naughty Marietta, Rose-Marie, and Maytime).Missing: Anton Karas.
  6. Faedal says:
    Lehár: Die Lustige Witwe. Eurodisc: Buy 2 CDs or download online. Margit Schramm (Hanna Glawari), Rudolf Schock (Danilo), Dorothea Chryst (Valencienne), Jerry J. Jennings (Camille), Benno Kusche (Baron Mirko Zeta) Chor Der Deutschen Oper Berlin & Berliner Symphoniker, Robert Stolz4/5.
  7. Goltigis says:
    Die CD Franz Lehar: Die lustige Witwe jetzt probehören und für 8,99 Euro kaufen. Mehr von Franz Lehar gibt es im Shop.4/5(2).
  8. Tazragore says:
    Jul 10,  · Franz Lehár’s Die lustige Witwe () was conceived during a period of instability in both operetta and Viennese life. Considering the music and reception of both Witwe and some of its immediate, now-forgotten predecessors, this article argues that the operetta’s dramatic and musical dualism between urbane, Offenbach-like Paris and folksy, imaginary Pontevedro can be read both as Cited by: 5.

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