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Aus „Madame Butterfly (Puccini). A1. Bald Sind Wir Auf Der Höhe. Chorus – Frauenchor Der Bayerischen Staatsoper. A2. Eines Tages Seh'n Wir. A3. Schüttle Alle Zweige Dieses Kirschbaums. Alto Vocals – Hertha Töpper. B. Die Prunkende Schleife/Mädchen In Deinen Augen. Tenor Vocals – Cornelis van Dijk. Companies, etc. Recorded By – Deutsche Grammophon.
Bald sind wir auf der Hoehe Schuettle alle Zweige (Auftritt der Butterfly) (Bluetenduett) Maria Stader, Sopran Maria Stader, Sopran/ Frauenchor der Muenchener Staattoper Herta Toepper, Alt Die prunkende Schleife Maedchen in deinen Augen Eines Tages seh'n wir (Liebesduett) (Arie der Butterfly) Maria Stader, Sopran/. Maria Stader, Sopran Cornelis van Dijk, Tenor Münchener Philharmoniker Dirigent: Heinrich Hollreiser.
Giacomo Antonio Domenico Michele Secondo Maria Puccini (Italian: ; 22 December 1858 – 29 November 1924) was an Italian opera composer who has been called "the greatest composer of Italian opera after Verdi". Puccini's early work was rooted in traditional late-19th-century romantic Italian opera. Later, he successfully developed his work in the realistic verismo style, of which he became one of the leading exponents.
Composer Giacomo Puccini · Libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa In Italian with English and German surtitles. Wednesday, 10. April 2019 07:00 pm – 09:55 pm Nationaltheater. Forces show their presence world-wide: American Lieutenant Pinkerton has an affair in Nagasaki with Cio-Cio San, "Madame Butterfly". She then has his child.
Madama Butterfly: Madama Butterfly, opera in three acts (originally two acts) by Italian composer Giacomo Puccini (Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa) that premiered at La Scala opera house in Milan on February 17, 1904. The work is one of the most frequently performed of all operas. Background and context. Puccini, Giacomo: Madama ButterflyExcerpt from the aria Un bel dì from Act II of Giacomo Puccini's Madama Butterfly; from a 1951 recording featuring soprano Renata Tebaldi and Rome's Santa Cecilia Academy Orchestra conducted by Alberto Erede.
Puccini drew from the music used in Belasco’s play: polkas, waltzes, ragtime and Latin-American tunes, as the setting must be not merely background but the defining element of the piece's musical nature. Gioachino Rossini Portraits Classical Music Composers Orchestra Music Is Life Musical Claudio Monteverdi Opera Jazz. Puccini in hunting dress, 1908.
Opera Giacomo Puccini. Personal offers for this show. The sources are multiple and of varying reliability, but the story is genuine: Tsuru Yamamuri, the young geisha who gave birth to the child of a United States Navy officer was known to the people of Nagasaki as O-Cio-San – or Madame Butterfly. Adding to what was scarcely more than an anecdote, John Luther Long drew literary substance from Pierre Loti’s Madame Chrysanthemum to write the short story which David Belasco subsequently transformed into a tragedy. On a trip to London, Puccini saw a performance of that Madame Butterfly and hastened to acquire the adaptation rights from the author
Madama Butterfly is one of the most popular operas of all time, despite its disastrous premiere, after which it was immediately withdrawn and revised. This guide explores how and why the libretto was softened to suit the tastes of European opera-goers, and the different variants are set out, side by side.
Madama Butterfly (Madame Butterfly) is an opera in three acts (originally two acts) by Giacomo Puccini, with an Italian libretto by Luigi Illica and Giuseppe Giacosa. Puccini based his opera in part on the short story "Madame Butterfly" (1898) by John Luther Long, which was dramatized by David Belasco. Puccini also based it on the novel Madame Chrysanthème (1887) by Pierre Loti. According to one scholar, the opera was based on events that actually occurred in Nagasaki in the early 1890s.
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|Aus „Madame Butterfly“ (Puccini)|
|A1||Bald Sind Wir Auf Der Höhe
Chorus – Frauenchor Der Bayerischen Staatsoper
|A2||Eines Tages Seh'n Wir|
|A3||Schüttle Alle Zweige Dieses Kirschbaums
Alto Vocals [Suzuki] – Hertha Töpper
|B||Die Prunkende Schleife/Mädchen In Deinen Augen
Tenor Vocals [Linkerton] – Cornelis van Dijk
- Recorded By – Deutsche Grammophon
- Conductor – Heinrich Hollreiser
- Orchestra – Münchner Philharmoniker
- Soprano Vocals [Butterfly] – Maria Stader
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side A): CL4Y 32188² BS 17016 A
- Matrix / Runout (Runout side B): G4CT 32189 BS 17016B
- Matrix / Runout (Runout both sides): Made in Germany
- Rights Society: BIEM
- Other (Printing code on back sleeve): 12/59
|LPE 17 016, 17 016 LPE||Giacomo Puccini, Maria Stader, Hertha Töpper, Cornelis van Dijk, Frauenchor Der Bayerischen Staatsoper||Giacomo Puccini, Maria Stader, Hertha Töpper, Cornelis van Dijk, Frauenchor Der Bayerischen Staatsoper - »Madame Butterfly« (Ausschnitte ∙ Deutsch Gesungen) (10", Mono, RE)||Deutsche Grammophon, Deutsche Grammophon||LPE 17 016, 17 016 LPE||Germany||1957|
|LPE 17 016, 17 016 LPE||Giacomo Puccini, Maria Stader, Hertha Töpper, Cornelis van Dijk, Frauenchor Der Münchener Staatsoper*||Giacomo Puccini, Maria Stader, Hertha Töpper, Cornelis van Dijk, Frauenchor Der Münchener Staatsoper* - »Madame Butterfly« (Ausschnitte ∙ Deutsch Gesungen) (10", Mono)||Deutsche Grammophon, Deutsche Grammophon||LPE 17 016, 17 016 LPE||Germany||1954|
Performer: Giacomo Puccini
Title: »Madame Butterfly« (Ausschnitte ∙ Deutsch Gesungen)
Date of release: 1959
Style: Opera, Romantic
Size MP3: 1647 mb
Size FLAC: 1118 mb
Rating: 4.8 / 5
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