Offenbach / Brohm / Theis: La Perichole

Offenbach / Brohm / Theis: La Perichole

Offenbach / Brohm / Theis: La Perichole

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Title: La Perichole
Artist: Offenbach / Brohm / Theis
Label: Cpo Records
UPC: 761203749324
Genre: Classical Composers

CPO's series featuring productions by the Dresden State Operetta has quickly gained renown with it's discoveries of unknown works by Johann Strauss. When the same theater presented an extremely successful new production of Jacques Offenbach's rarely staged La Perichole during the 2008 season, CPO immediately decided to produce this masterpiece in the studio. The State Operetta had commissioned the cabaret performer and author Peter Ensikat to supply a new translation, and it was with superb wit that he accomplished the task of updating the satirical double meanings in Offenbach's libretto and the references to current events of the composer's times without losing the charm of the original. In musical matters the production oriented itself by the three-act second version of this masterpiece set in faraway Lima; it was written for Vienna in 1874 and is filled to overflowing with original melodies. CPO included the numbers written especially for Vienna and it's then operetta diva Marie Geistinger as special bonuses. The result: an all-around successful operetta production and spirited listening fun!

1.1 Overture
1.2 Der Vizekonig Hat Geburtstag Heute
1.3 Dialogue
1.4 Reprise
1.5 Dialogue
1.6 Der Vizekonig, Haltet Still... Ich Kenn Mein Volk
1.7 Dialogue
1.8 Indianischer Marsch Und Auftritt Der Sanger
1.9 Dialogue
1.10 Zur Eingebor'nen Sprach Der Stolze Krieger
1.11 Dialogue
1.12 Wie Oft Hat Man Versucht
1.13 Dialogue
1.14 Wenn Man Uns Gut Unterhalt
1.15 Dialogue
1.16 Mein Lieber Pequillo
1.17 Perichole! Ein Brief?
1.18 Dialogue
1.19 Holla He! Kommt Schnell Heran
1.20 Entracte
1.21 Gnadiger Herr, Was Ist Gescheh'n?
1.22 Dialogue
1.23 Man Ruhmt An Ihr Das Schone Lacheln
1.24 Welch Ein Nied'res Int'resse
1.25 Dialogue
1.26 Was War' Die Welt Wohl Ohne Frauen
1.27 Dialogue
1.28 Was Haben Sie, Herr Juwelier
1.29 Dialogue
1.30 Seht, Jetzt Fuhrt Der Ehegemahl
2.1 Der Alte Gefangene
2.2 Dialogue
2.3 Keiner Vor Euch Wollt Es Wagen
2.4 Dialogue
2.5 Das Hab Ich Nun Von Meinem Mute
2.6 Melodram
2.7 Dialogue
2.8 Du Siehst Ich Komm Zu Dir
2.9 Dialogue
2.10 Ich Bin Der Warter Vom Dienst
2.11 Dialogue
2.12 Du Benimmst Dich Hier Idiotisch
2.13 Dialogue
2.14 Da Ist Jemand
2.15 Ja, Ich Liebe Dich
2.16 Strasse Frei!
2.17 Entree Der Sanger
2.18 Hore Unsere Geschichte
2.19 Dialogue
2.20 Ein Happy End Ist Leider Schnell Zu Ende
2.21 Giestinger-Walzer
2.22 Finale

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