Andrea Colombini conducts the Lucca Philharmonic Orchestra in a selection from J. Strauss at Musikverein's Golden Hall in Vienna.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart is Vienna's most famous composer. Sonia Bellugi performs "The Queen of the Night Aria" from "The Magic Flute." Colombini conducts the Lucca Philharmonic Orchestra.
Colombini describes how Georges Bizet shocked the country when he premiered "Carmen." The Lucca Philharmonic Orchestra performs a selection.
Romano Martinuzzi and the Lucca Singers perform "The Toreador Aria and Chorus" from "Carmen." Colombini conducts the Lucca Philharmonic Orchestra in the "Dance of the Little Moor Slaves."
Giuseppe Verdi composes "Aida" at the same time Bizet completes "Carmen." Colombini conducts the Lucca Philharmonic Orchestra.
The remainder of the program includes selections from Richard Wagner. Francesca Patane performs the closing aria from "Tristan and Isolde." Colombini conducts the Lucca Philharmonic Orchestra.
Colombini conducts the Lucca Philharmonic Orchestra in the opening of "Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg."
The Lucca Philharmonic Orchestra and singers perform "The Chorus of the Hebrew Slaves" from "Nabucco."
Credits: Great Opera in Vienna
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Strauss’ Fledermaus Overture from the famous Golden Hall – the Musikverein in Vienna. Synonymous with that city, the popularity of Strauss is complemented by the genius of Mozart and our collection takes in an overture and the Queen of the Night Aria, Der Holle Rache. Whilst the famous Hall was being built, Bizet was shocking Parisian audiences with his outrageous Carmen and the Entr’Acte 1 is followed by the Toreador Aria and Chorus. Wagner’s music was performed here in his lifetime and this great master closes our first Vienna collection. We’ll hear Mild und Leise from Tristan and Isolde, featuring the renowned soprano, Francesca Pattane and to close, a passionate interpretation of the Overture from Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg.
Length: 51 minutes
Copyright date: ©2019
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