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Arabella
Richard Strauss

Dutch National Opera / Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra / Marc Albrecht

Arabella

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Format: SACD
Label: Challenge Classics
UPC: 0608917268621
Catnr: CC 72686
Release date: 05 September 2015
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"Jacquelyn Wagner and Agneta Eichenholz are perfectly matched, and James Rutherford sounds good, if not particularly characterful, as Mandryka. Marc Albrecht and the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra are admirable."

Gramophone, 01-12-2021
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Arabella is an opera about change, a light comedy with a bittersweet edge. Richard Strauss asked his librettist and long-term collaborator Hugo von Hofmannsthal for a ‘second Rosenkavalier. In many ways he got just that, though Arabella is resolutely more down to earth than its rococo predecessor.

The Waldner family has hit hard times and marrying off their daughters has therefore become their sole aim. While Arabella readily embraces her future, her story nonetheless touches on fundamental concerns about the irrevocable passage of time and humankind’s shared vulnerability. Those issues eerily played out in the opera’s gestation and performance history. Not only would it become Strauss and Hofmannsthal’s final collaboration due to the latter’s untimely death, but the opera would also see the light of day in a significantly darker world than the one in which it was conceived. Alone, Strauss honoured his late friend by completing Arabella, whose blithe optimism first came to the stage in 1933, at the beginning of another dark era in history.
Luxe uitgave van Arabella door het beste operagezelschap van 2016
Dit luxe album bevat een opname van Arabella en een boekje van 200 pagina’s. Deze opera van Richard Strauss wordt uitgevoerd door de Nationale Opera, met een cast van echte Strausszangers, en het Nederlands Filharmonisch Orkest.

Arabella is de laatste opera waarbij Strauss samenwerkte met de librettist Hugo von Hoffmanstahl. Strauss vroeg hem om een tweede Rosenkavalier. In veel opzichten is dat precies wat hij kreeg, ook al is Arabella een stuk nuchterder.

Arabella is een opera over verandering, het is een lichte komedie met een bitterzoet randje. De familie Waldner zit aan de grond, waardoor het uithuwelijken van hun dochters het enige doel is geworden. Terwijl Arabella die toekomst omarmt, raakt haar verhaal aan fundamentele kwesties over het onherroepelijke verloop van tijd en de kwetsbaarheid van de mens. Deze kwesties werkten ook door in de wording en de opvoeringsgeschiedenis van de opera. De opera werd voor het eerst uitgevoerd in 1933, aan het begin van een tijdperk dat aanzienlijk donkerder was dan het tijdperk waarin het idee voor het werk ontstond.

De Nationale Opera is het grootste operagezelschap van Nederland. Onder leiding van artistiek directeur Pierre Audi heeft DNO zich ontwikkeld tot een van de meest prominente en progressieve operagezelschappen. DNO produceert operaproducties van het hoogste internationale niveau, met een focus op artistieke kwaliteit, diversiteit en vernieuwing.
Marc Albrecht, Amsterdam und Strauß. Eine unschlagbare Kombination. Nach seiner "Frau ohne Schatten" legte er 2014 seine Interpretation der "Arabella" vor. Unter der Regie von Christof Loy agieren Jacquelyn Wagner (Arabella), Alfred Reiter (Graf Waldner), Charlotte Margiono (Adelaide), Agneta Eichenholz (Zdenka) und James Rutherford (Mandryka) zu den Klängen des Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra.






Arabella è un’opera sul cambiamento, una commedia leggera dal sapore agrodolce. Richard Strauss aveva chiesto a Hugo von Hofmannsthal, suo librettista e collaboratore di lunga data, un secondo Rosenkavalier. Per molti versi fu accontentato, benché Arabella sia decisamente più realistica del suo predecessore rococò. La famiglia Waldner ha passato momenti difficili e il loro unico scopo è quindi diventato far sposare le loro figlie. Arabella abbraccia prontamente il suo futuro, ma la sua vicenda solleva comunque preoccupazioni fondamentali, sul trascorrere irrevocabile del tempo e sulla vulnerabilità del genere umano. Questioni che curiosamente condizionarono la gestazione dell’opera e la sua storia esecutiva. Non solo sarebbe diventata l’ultima collaborazione tra Strauss and Hofmannsthal, dovuta alla morte prematura del librettista, ma l’opera avrebbe anche visto la luce in un mondo ben più buio di quello in cui era stata concepita. Da solo, Strauss onorò l’amico defunto completando Arabella, il cui gaio ottimismo arrivò sulle scene nel 1933, all’inizio di un’altra epoca buia della storia.

Artist(s)

Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra

The Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra (NedPhO) is among the best orchestras in the country. The NedPhO and the associated Netherlands Chamber Orchestra (NKO) are the regular accompanying partners of De Nederlandse Opera (DNO) in the Muziektheater. Alongside this, both orchestras provide versatile concert programs in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw and are welcome guests in other Dutch concert halls and in halls and festivals abroad. Typical of the NedPhO | NKO are their inviting programming and welcoming presentation. With their enthusiasm and passion for the music, the musicians provide a special listening experience. With the extensive NedPho GO! education and outreach program, NedPhO | NKO make classical music accessible for everyone.   Under its former chief conductor Hartmut Haenchen, NedPhO had great success with the...
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The Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra (NedPhO) is among the best orchestras in the country. The NedPhO and the associated Netherlands Chamber Orchestra (NKO) are the regular accompanying partners of De Nederlandse Opera (DNO) in the Muziektheater. Alongside this, both orchestras provide versatile concert programs in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw and are welcome guests in other Dutch concert halls and in halls and festivals abroad. Typical of the NedPhO | NKO are their inviting programming and welcoming presentation. With their enthusiasm and passion for the music, the musicians provide a special listening experience. With the extensive NedPho GO! education and outreach program, NedPhO | NKO make classical music accessible for everyone. Under its former chief conductor Hartmut Haenchen, NedPhO had great success with the performance of the complete Der Ring des Nibelungen (DNO, also on CD). Over the years, the orchestra has performed all the great operas by Wagner and Richard Strauss. The successful performance of Die Frau ohne Schatten led to the appointment of Marc Albrecht as chief conductor of DNO and NedPhO | NKO. In 2011 and 2012 Albrecht conducted the operas Orest and Der Schatzgräber with the NedPhO and once again received praising reviews. Next to the opera productions with DNO, Albrecht will regularly appear in the coming season with the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra in the Amsterdam Concertgebouw.

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Dutch National Opera

De Nationale Opera (DNO) is the Netherlands’ largest opera company and is based in the Nationale Opera & Ballet in Amsterdam (formerly known as The Amsterdam Music Theatre). DNO has grown into one of Europe’s most prominent and progressive opera companies. Until February 17, 2014 the company operated under the name De Nederlandse Opera. To start at 2013 Els van der Plas is the general director of De Nederlandse Opera, Dutch National Ballet and the music theatre. In 1998 Pierre Audi became artistic director of the company, who formed a successful team together with administrative director Truze Lodder. Since January 1, 2013, Audi is director of De Nationale Opera. In September 2018 he will be succeeded by Sophie de Lint. DNO produces...
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De Nationale Opera (DNO) is the Netherlands’ largest opera company and is based in the Nationale Opera & Ballet in Amsterdam (formerly known as The Amsterdam Music Theatre). DNO has grown into one of Europe’s most prominent and progressive opera companies. Until February 17, 2014 the company operated under the name De Nederlandse Opera. To start at 2013 Els van der Plas is the general director of De Nederlandse Opera, Dutch National Ballet and the music theatre.
In 1998 Pierre Audi became artistic director of the company, who formed a successful team together with administrative director Truze Lodder. Since January 1, 2013, Audi is director of De Nationale Opera. In September 2018 he will be succeeded by Sophie de Lint.
DNO produces music theatre productions at the highest international level, with a clear focus on artistic quality, diversity and innovation. The sixty member Koor van De Nederlandse Opera contributes significantly to this success.
Examples of DNO’s audacious programming include the first Dutch staging of Wagner’s Der Ring des Nibelungen and the operas of Claudio Monteverdi. The majority of the performances are given in The Amsterdam Music Theatre, but operas are occasionally staged in other venues, including the Stadsschouwburg Amsterdam, Koninklijk Theater Carré, on the grounds of the Westergasfabriek and in the Muziekgebouw aan ‘t IJ.
DNO typically realizes eleven opera productions each season, with an average attendance of 96% capacity. In order to reach a wider audience, most productions are broadcast live on radio and several productions per year are televised. DNO also regularly organizes supplemental activities at other venues and via new media. In addition, many of DNO’s opera productions have been issued on DVD.
DNO performs regularly in opera houses and on festivals abroad. For instance, the company was a guest at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, on the Lincoln Festival in New York, the Adelaide Festival in Australia, the Salzburger Festspiele and in Luxembourg, Tokio and Valencia as well.

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Chorus of Dutch National Opera

The Chorus of De Nederlandse Opera currently has 60 members. The chorus performs both mainstream repertoire and works of contemporary composers, and has collaborated on a number of world premières. The chorus of DNO gained international acclaim in Amsterdam and Salzburg for its role in Schönberg’s Moses und Aron conducted by Pierre Boulez. The Friends of De Nederlandse Opera awarded the chorus with the 1996 Prix d’Amis in recognition of this achievement. The DNO productions The Bassarids, Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, Castor et Pollux, Ercole amante, Saint François d’Assise, Boris Godunov and Carmen were significant milestones in past seasons. In 2008 the chorus performed the concertante version of Saint François d’Assise at the BBC Proms (Royal Albert Hall). Lately the...
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The Chorus of De Nederlandse Opera currently has 60 members. The chorus performs both mainstream repertoire and works of contemporary composers, and has collaborated on a number of world premières. The chorus of DNO gained international acclaim in Amsterdam and Salzburg for its role in Schönberg’s Moses und Aron conducted by Pierre Boulez. The Friends of De Nederlandse Opera awarded the chorus with the 1996 Prix d’Amis in recognition of this achievement. The DNO productions The Bassarids, Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, Castor et Pollux, Ercole amante, Saint François d’Assise, Boris Godunov and Carmen were significant milestones in past seasons. In 2008 the chorus performed the concertante version of Saint François d’Assise at the BBC Proms (Royal Albert Hall). Lately the chorus has given outstanding performances in La Juive, Les Troyens, Turandot, Les vêpres siciliennes, Platée, Legende, Yevgeny Onyegin, Iphigénie en Aulide/Iphigénie en Tauride, Don Carlo and Parsifal. It received plaudits both at home and abroad for its impressive performance in The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh and the Maiden Fevronia and most recently in Guillaume Tell (prepared by Eberhard Friedrich). The chorus ended its association with artistic director Martin Wright in the 2011-2012 season and has been working with various guest conductors during the 2012-2013 season.

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Marc Albrecht (conductor)

Marc Albrecht, chief conductor of De Nederlandse Opera and the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, is highly regarded for his interpretations of works by Wagner and Richard Strauss, as well as contemporary works. He has been a guest conductor with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Munich Philharmonic, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the City of Birmingham Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the orchestras of Rome (Santa Cecilia), Dresden and Lyons. He has led operas including Der fliegende Holländer (Bayreuther Festspiele, 2003-2006), Die Bacchantinnen (Salzburger Festspiele, 2005) and From the House of the Dead (Opéra national de Paris, 2005). From 2001 to 2004 he was principal guest conductor at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, where his engagements included a highly acclaimed performance of Messiaen’s Saint...
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Marc Albrecht, chief conductor of De Nederlandse Opera and the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, is highly regarded for his interpretations of works by Wagner and Richard Strauss, as well as contemporary works.
He has been a guest conductor with the Berlin Philharmonic, the Munich Philharmonic, the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, the City of Birmingham Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and the orchestras of Rome (Santa Cecilia), Dresden and Lyons. He has led operas including Der fliegende Holländer (Bayreuther Festspiele, 2003-2006), Die Bacchantinnen (Salzburger Festspiele, 2005) and From the House of the Dead (Opéra national de Paris, 2005). From 2001 to 2004 he was principal guest conductor at the Deutsche Oper Berlin, where his engagements included a highly acclaimed performance of Messiaen’s Saint François d’Assise. He was artistic director and chief conductor of the Orchestre Philharmonique de Strasbourg from 2006 to 2011. He also enjoys a close association with the Semperoper Dresden, where he led the productions of Die Frau ohne Schatten and La damnation de Faust in 2007. Recent conducting engagements include The Bassarids (Bayerische Staatsoper München), Der fliegende Holländer (ROH Covent Garden), Der Prinz von Homburg (Theater an der Wien), Lulu with the Wiener Philharmoniker (Salzburg), Elektra, Orest and The Legend of the Invisible City of Kitezh and the Maiden Fevronia (DNO) and his debut at La Scala with Die Frau ohne Schatten.

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Composer(s)

Richard Strauss

Richard Georg Strauss was a leading German composer of the late Romantic and early modern eras. He is known for his operas, which include Der Rosenkavalier, Elektra, Die Frau ohne Schatten and Salome; his Lieder, especially his  Four Last Songs; his tone poems, including Don Juan, Death and Transfiguration, and An Alpine Symphony; and other instrumental works such as Metamorphosen and his Oboe Concerto. Strauss was also a prominent conductor in Western Europe and the Americas, enjoying quasi-celebrity status as his compositions became standards of orchestral and operatic repertoire. Strauss, along with Gustav Mahler, represents the late flowering of German Romanticism after Richard Wagner, in which pioneering subtleties of orchestration are combined with an advanced harmonic style.
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Richard Georg Strauss was a leading German composer of the late Romantic and early modern eras. He is known for his operas, which include Der Rosenkavalier, Elektra, Die Frau ohne Schatten and Salome; his Lieder, especially his Four Last Songs; his tone poems, including Don Juan, Death and Transfiguration, and An Alpine Symphony; and other instrumental works such as Metamorphosen and his Oboe Concerto. Strauss was also a prominent conductor in Western Europe and the Americas, enjoying quasi-celebrity status as his compositions became standards of orchestral and operatic repertoire.
Strauss, along with Gustav Mahler, represents the late flowering of German Romanticism after Richard Wagner, in which pioneering subtleties of orchestration are combined with an advanced harmonic style.

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Press

Jacquelyn Wagner and Agneta Eichenholz are perfectly matched, and James Rutherford sounds good, if not particularly characterful, as Mandryka. Marc Albrecht and the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra are admirable.
Gramophone, 01-12-2021

"Every recoring form Richard Strauss his opera Arabella is a accession. It even more is when director Marc Albrecht the Nederlands Philharmonisch Orkest with choir and solists lades above himself."  
Edison Nomination, 19-10-2016

Ihr Opernratgeber / 06-05-2016
Ihr Opernratgeber, 06-5-2016

"Even the orchestra pit - due to the technical conditions of recording - only moderately grows vital and blooming life, as far as one understands this as equal to transparency in sound and intensity in instrumental colours. It's a shame, because Marc Albrecht fulfills his duties with competence.
Fono Forum, 01-3-2016

["].. Of all the latest opera's, Arabella is most dear to me. One time, many years ago, I heard heavenly music playing on the radio with voices that pleased my ears. It turned out to be Arabella." 
Luister, 17-12-2015

4**** stars ''The cast, with Jacquelyn Wagner (Arabella and Agneta Eichenholz (Zdenka) in superb roles, is fantastic and so is the playing of the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra.'
Het Parool, 17-9-2015

4****stars ''The critics are positif without any exception, especially about the orchestra and the conducter, they also bring the musical excitement to the cd''
Trouw, 11-9-2015

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Disc #1
01.
Erster Aufzug: Die Karten fallen besser als das letzte Mal
04:26
(Richard Strauss) Ursula Hesse von den Steinen, Charlotte Margiono, Agneta Eichenholz, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
02.
Erster Aufzug: Sie wollen alle Geld!
02:08
(Richard Strauss) Agneta Eichenholz, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
03.
Erster Aufzug: Matteo!
04:42
(Richard Strauss) Agneta Eichenholz, Will Hartmann, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
04.
Erster Aufzug: Ich danke, Fräulein
03:26
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Agneta Eichenholz, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
05.
Erster Aufzug: Er ist der Richtige nicht für mich!
02:20
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Agneta Eichenholz, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
06.
Erster Aufzug: Aber der Richtige, wenn’s einen gibt für mich
04:30
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
07.
Erster Aufzug: Das ist der Schlitten vom Elemer
02:36
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Agneta Eichenholz, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
08.
Erster Aufzug: Was hast du denn?
07:39
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Agneta Eichenholz, Marcel Reijans, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
09.
Erster Aufzug: Lasst uns allein, meine Kinder
05:12
(Richard Strauss) Charlotte Margiono, Alfred Reiter, Richard Prada, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
10.
Erster Aufzug: Mandryka! Der reiche Kerl!
02:09
(Richard Strauss) James Rutherford, Alfred Reiter, Richard Prada, Ricahrd Meijer, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
11.
Erster Aufzug: Herr Graf, Sie haben Ihrem werten Brief
05:28
(Richard Strauss) Alfred Reiter, James Rutherford, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
12.
Erster Aufzug: Mein sind die Wälder
04:26
(Richard Strauss) Alfred Reiter, James Rutherford, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
13.
Erster Aufzug: Das ist ein Fall von andrer Art
04:41
(Richard Strauss) Alfred Reiter, James Rutherford, Richard Prada, Agneta Eichenholz, Jacquelyn Wagner, Will Hartmann, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
14.
Erster Aufzug: Mein Elemer!
08:55
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Agneta Eichenholz, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra

Disc #2
01.
Zweiter Aufzug: Das ist ein Engel
02:51
(Richard Strauss) James Rutherford, Alfred Reiter, Charlotte Margiono, Jacquelyn Wagner, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
02.
Zweiter Aufzug: Sie seh’n nicht aus wie jemand
01:55
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, James Rutherford, Roger Smeets, Marcel Reijans, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
03.
Zweiter Aufzug: Ich habe eine Frau gehabt
04:05
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, James Rutherford, Thomas Dear, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
04.
Zweiter Aufzug: Sie woll’n mich heiraten, sagt mein Vater
06:33
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, James Rutherford, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
05.
Zweiter Aufzug: Und du wirst mein Gebieter sein
03:51
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, James Rutherford, Roger Smeets, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
06.
Zweiter Aufzug: Die Wiener Herrn versteh’n sich
01:10
(Richard Strauss) Susanne Elmark, Chorus of Dutch National Opera, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
07.
Zweiter Aufzug: Cadenz
05:32
(Richard Strauss) Susanne Elmark, Charlotte Margiono, James Rutherford, Will Hartmann, Agneta Eichenholz, Alfred Reiter, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
08.
Zweiter Aufzug: Und jetzt sag’ ich adieu
04:45
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Roger Smeets, Marcel Reijans, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
09.
Zweiter Aufzug: O Arabella, gibt es was Schöneres
03:49
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Thomas Dear, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
10.
Zweiter Aufzug: Ein Feigling bin ich
03:11
(Richard Strauss) Will Hartmann, Agneta Eichenholz, James Rutherford, Richard Meijer, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
11.
Zweiter Aufzug: Und wenn hier viele Arabella heissen
05:40
(Richard Strauss) James Rutherford, Roger Smeets, Charlotte Margiono, Susanne Elmark, Marcel Reijans, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
12.
Zweiter Aufzug: Ging durch einen Wald
05:56
(Richard Strauss) James Rutherford, Susanne Elmark, Charlotte Margiono, Alfred Reiter, Chorus of Dutch National Opera, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra

Disc #3
01.
Dritter Aufzug: Vorspiel
04:51
(Richard Strauss) Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
02.
Dritter Aufzug: Über seine Felder wird der Wagen fahren
01:53
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Will Hartmann, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
03.
Dritter Aufzug: Sie hier? So muss ich fragen, Arabella!
05:32
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Will Hartmann, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
04.
Dritter Aufzug: Welch ein erregtes Tête-à-tête
01:55
(Richard Strauss) Charlotte Margiono, Jacquelyn Wagner, James Rutherford, Richard Meijer, Alfred Reiter, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
05.
Dritter Aufzug: Papa, so schau mir ins Gesicht!
04:45
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Alfred Reiter, James Rutherford, Charlotte Margiono, Will Hartmann, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
06.
Dritter Aufzug: Ich gratuliere Ihnen, Herr Leutnant
05:08
(Richard Strauss) James Rutherford, Jacquelyn Wagner, Alfred Reiter, Will Hartmann, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
07.
Dritter Aufzug: Papa, Mama!
03:42
(Richard Strauss) Agneta Eichenholz, Charlotte Margiono, Jacquelyn Wagner, Alfred Reiter, James Rutherford, Will Hartmann, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
08.
Dritter Aufzug: Sehr gut. Jetzt habe ich mein richt’ges Vis-à-vis
02:11
(Richard Strauss) Alfred Reiter, James Rutherford, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
09.
Dritter Aufzug: Zdenkerl, du bist die Bess’re
04:13
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, Agneta Eichenholz, James Rutherford, Charlotte Margiono, Alfred Reiter, Will Hartmann, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
10.
Dritter Aufzug: Mandryka!
01:51
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, James Rutherford, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
11.
Dritter Aufzug: Brautwerbung kommt!
04:13
(Richard Strauss) James Rutherford, Agneta Eichenholz, Jacquelyn Wagner, Alfred Reiter, Charlotte Margiono, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
12.
Dritter Aufzug: Sie gibt mir keinen Blick
04:08
(Richard Strauss) James Rutherford, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
13.
Dritter Aufzug: Das war sehr gut, Mandryka
04:56
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, James Rutherford, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
14.
Dritter Aufzug: Und so sind wir verlobte
02:44
(Richard Strauss) Jacquelyn Wagner, James Rutherford, Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra
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