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Nicolae Herlea, Orchester der Württembergischen Staatsoper , Dirigent: Josef Dünnwald - Berühmte Italienische Opernarien flac album

Nicolae Herlea, Orchester der Württembergischen Staatsoper , Dirigent: Josef Dünnwald - Berühmte Italienische Opernarien flac album Performer: Nicolae Herlea
Title: Berühmte Italienische Opernarien
Style: Opera
Released: 1975
MP3 album: 1180 mb
FLAC album: 1398 mb
Rating: 4.9
Other formats: DXD VQF AC3 FLAC MOD TTA ASF
Genre: Classical

A1 - from "Der Bajazzo" A2 - from "Andrea Chénier" A3 - from "Ein Maskenball" B1, B2 - from "Rigoletto" B3 - from "La Traviata" B4 - from "Der Troubadour". Matrix, Runout (Runout side A): IP INT 120863 A Made in Germany SST.

Der Kinderchor der Bayerischen Staatsoper, mit seinen rund 120 Mädchen und Buben verschiedener Nationalitäten, bietet unter der Leitung von Stellario Fagone ein breit gefächertes Opern- und Konzertrepertoire, welches er in vielen Produktionen der Bayerischen Staatsoper unter Beweis stellt. Hinzu kommen Gastspiele im In- und Ausland. Im Oktober 2012 sang der Kinderchor zu einem Festakt der Bayerischen Staatsoper anlässlich des Tages der Deutschen Einheit

Mulțumiri Operei Naționale București Opera Națională București precum și domnului director general Stefan Ignat pentru realizarea evenimentului în memoria maestrului Nicolae Herlea. A fost o seară deosebită și un spectacol omagial Don Carlo care a reamintit de debutul său la Scala di Milano și Metropolitan Opera New York în rolul Marchizului de Posa.

Als eines der international bedeutendsten Opernhäuser blickt die Wiener Staatsoper sowohl auf eine traditionsreiche Vergangenheit zurück als auch auf eine vielseitige Gegenwart: Jede Spielzeit stehen in rund 350 Vorstellungen mehr als 60 verschiedene Opern- und Ballettwerke auf dem Spielplan. The new season will open with our Open door day on September 1st. We are looking forward to welcoming you in the new season 2019/2020! more. Tag der offenen Tür 2019-09-01T14:00:00+02:00 2019-09-01T16:30:00+02:00 Wiener Staatsoper Wiener Staatsoper.

Nicolae Herlea (Romanian pronunciation: ; 28 August 1927 – 24 February 2014) was a highly acclaimed Romanian operatic baritone, particularly associated with the Italian repertory, especially the role of Rossini's Figaro, which he sang around 550 times during his career and the title role of Rigoletto. Born in Bucharest, Romania, Herlea studied at the Bucharest Music Conservatory under Aurelius Costescu-Duca, and later at the Accademia di Santa Cecilia in Rome under Giorgio Favaretto. In 1951, he won first prizes in international singing contests in Geneva, Prague, and Brussels

Nicolae Herlea was a Romanian operatic baritone, particularly associated with the Italian repertory, especially the role of Rossini's Figaro, which he sang around 550 times during his career. He also made guest appearances at London's Royal Opera House (1961), La Scala in Milan (1963) and the Metropolitan Opera in New York (1964–67), and also performed at the Liceo in Barcelona, the Berlin Staatsoper, the Vienna State Opera, the Salzburg Festival, La Monnaie in Brussels, and in the opera houses of Prague and Budapest. He made complete studio recordings of Il barbiere di Siviglia, Lucia di Lammermoor, Rigoletto, La traviata, La forza del destino, Cavalleria rusticana, "Pagliacci" andTosca, on labels such as Supraphon and Electrecord.

However, director Everding’s production was no museum piece: he brought to life the world portrayed on stage – which was based on almost designs – through a timeless, spirited staging, which premiered at the Staatsoper in 1994, but remains every bit as witty and humorous today. Prince Tamino is saved from a giant serpent at the last minute by the three ladies of the Queen of the Night.

Schoenberg announced it characteristically, during a walk with his friend Josef Rufer, when he said, "I have made a discovery which will ensure the supremacy of German music for the next hundred years" (Stuckenschmidt 1977, 277). This period included the Variations for Orchestra, Op. 31 (1928); Piano Pieces, Opp.

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A1 Si Puo
Composed By, Libretto By – Ruggiero Leoncavallo
5:38
A2 Nemico Della Patria
Composed By – Umberto GiordanoLibretto By – Luigi Illica
5:10
A3 Alzati, Là Tuo Figlio
Composed By – Giuseppe VerdiLibretto By – Antonio Somma
6:08
B1 Cortigiani, Vil Razza Dannata
Composed By – Giuseppe VerdiLibretto By – Francesco Maria Piave
4:20
B2 Pari Siamo
Composed By – Giuseppe VerdiLibretto By – Francesco Maria Piave
3:52
B3 Di Provenza Il Mar
Composed By – Giuseppe VerdiLibretto By – Francesco Maria Piave
4:05
B4 Il Balen Del Suo Sorriso
Composed By – Giuseppe VerdiLibretto By – Leone Emanuele Bardare, Salvatore Cammarano
4:50

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded By – Intercord
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Intercord
  • Copyright (c) – Intercord
  • Printed By – Johannes Alt KG
  • Lacquer Cut At – SST Brüggemann GmbH

Credits

  • Baritone Vocals – Nicolae Herlea
  • Conductor – Josef Dünnwald
  • Lacquer Cut By – SST
  • Layout – Klaus Kratkai
  • Orchestra – Orchester der Württembergischen Staatsoper

Notes

A1 - from "Der Bajazzo"
A2 - from "Andrea Chénier"
A3 - from "Ein Maskenball"
B1, B2 - from "Rigoletto"
B3 - from "La Traviata"
B4 - from "Der Troubadour"

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): IP INT 120863 A Made in Germany SST
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): IP INT 120863 B Made in Germany SST
  • Rights Society (Label side A): GEMA
  • Rights Society (Label side B): D.P.