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1001 Nacht - Arabische Nächte - EAN 5099990694820 - Frontcover
Mediumtitle:
1001 Nacht - Arabische Nächte
Label:
EMI Classics
Distributor:
EMI Classics GmbH Köln
Order number:
9069482
EAN:
5099990694820
Medium:
1 CD
Release Date:
19.11.2010
Runtime:
01:16:07
1. Person
Efrem Kurtz (Conductor)
Availability:
Limited availability. Please contact your dealer.
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6-8
Nr.
Art
Composer
Title - (Detail) - Addition
CD/Tr.
1
Work
Scheherazade op. 35 (Sinfonische Dichtung nach 1001 Nacht)
Conductor
Muti, Riccardo
Instrument valleyist
Carol, Norman (Violin)
Orchestra
Philadelphia Orchester
Subtracks
m:s
Teil 1 Die See und Sindbads Schiff
10:04
Teil 2 Die Geschichte des Kalender Prinzen
12:35
Teil 3 Der junge Prinz und die junge Prinzessin
10:20
Teil 4 Fest in Bagdad: Die See; das Schiff; das Schiff zerschellt an einem Felsen; Zusammenfassung
12:14
1/1
2
Partial Work
Der Nussknacker op. 71 (Ballett in 2 Akten)
Nr. 12b · Kaffee · (Arabischer Tanz)
Conductor
Lanchbery, John
Orchestra
Philharmonia Orchester London
Subtracks
m:s
3:35
1/2
3
Partial Work
Raymonda op. 57 (Ballett in 3 Akten)
Tanz der arabischen Knaben
Subtracks
m:s
Raymonda
0:50
1/3
4
Partial Work
Glasunow, Alexander (1865-1936)
Raymonda op. 57 (Ballett in 3 Akten)
Auftritt der Sarazenen
Conductor
Matacic, Lovro von
Orchestra
Philharmonia Orchester London
Subtracks
m:s
Raymonda
0:48
1/4
5
Excerpt
Glasunow, Alexander (1865-1936)
Der goldene Hahn (1907) (Le coq d´or) Oper in 3 Akten (Belsky nach Puschkin) - König Dodon und Königin Schemaka
Conductor
Kurtz, Efrem
Orchestra
Philharmonia Orchester London
Subtracks
m:s
Der goldene Hahn
6:16
1/5
6
Partial Work
Lakmé (Oper in 3 Akten (1883 - Goudinet und Gilles))
Viens, Mallika · ......Dòme épais le jasmin · Lakmé-Mallika - Blumenduett 1. Akt
Conductor
Lombard, Alain
Singer
Mesplé, Mady (Soprano)
Singer
Millet, Danielle (Mezzo-soprano)
Orchestra
Orchester d. Kom. Oper Paris
Subtracks
m:s
Lakmé
1:07
1/6
7
Partial Work
Délibes, Leo (1836-1891)
Lakmé (Oper in 3 Akten (1883 - Goudinet und Gilles))
Ballettmusik
Conductor
Lombard, Alain
Choir
Chor
Orchestra
Orchester d. Kom. Oper Paris
Subtracks
m:s
Nr. 1 Introduction
0:27
Nr. 2 Terana
1:47
Nr. 3 Rektah
1:06
Nr. 4 Persian (& Chot)
1:46
Nr. 5 Coda (& Chor)
1:02
Nr. 6 Sortie
0:44
1/7
8
Partial Work
Délibes, Leo (1836-1891)
Lakmé (Oper in 3 Akten (1883 - Goudinet und Gilles))
Seht ihr des Paria Tochter · ......Wohin wirst du nun gehen · Ah, où va le jeune indoue / Dov´e l´Indiana bruna) Glöckchenarie 2. Akt (auch Bearbeitung
Conductor
Lombard, Alain
Singer
Mesplé, Mady (Soprano)
Singer
Millet, Danielle (Mezzo-soprano)
Orchestra
Orchester d. Kom. Oper Paris
Subtracks
m:s
Lakmé
2:16
1/8
Choir
7
Conductor
5
Conductor
2
Conductor
6 / 7 / 8
Conductor
1
Instrument valleyist
1
Orchestra
6 / 7 / 8
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Rimsky-Korssakoff, Nikolai (1844-1908)
Born 1844-03-18 in Tichwin, Sankt Petersburg / Russland
Died 1908-06-21 in Luga / Russland

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Tschaikowsky, Peter Iljitsch (1840-1893)
Born 1840-05-07 in Wotkinsk / Russland
Died 1893-11-06 in Sankt Petersburg / Russland

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Glasunow, Alexander (1865-1936)
Born 1865-08-10 in Sankt Petersburg / Russland
Died 1936-03-21 in Paris / Frankreich

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Délibes, Leo (1836-1891)
Born 1836-02-21 in Saint-Germain-du-Val / Frankreich
Died 1891-01-16 in Paris / Frankreich

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Chor
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Kurtz, Efrem
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Lanchbery, John
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Lombard, Alain
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Matacic, Lovro von
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Muti, Riccardo
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Orchester d. Kom. Oper Paris
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Philadelphia Orchester
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Philharmonia Orchester London
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