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Die Fledermaus

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Rarely has a work hit Vienna with such immediacy as Johann Strauss ’" Die Fledermaus ". From the first performance in 1874 onwards, the piece was performed with the highest number of performances, in 1894 it was honored with court operas, and since then has remained in the repertoire almost continuously
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Like many of his fellow composers, Gaetano Donizetti tried to gain a foothold in Paris, the world capital of music at the time – and with success. His very first comedy, released in 1840 at the Opéra-Comique, quickly became one of the most sought-after pieces in the international repertoire: in addition to numerous »Schlager« the extremely demanding tenor aria with its eight high Cs (some performers even add an additional ninth a) enduring popularity..
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Als »Faktotum der ganzen Stadt« stellt sich der Barbier von Sevilla vor: als Helfer in allen Lebenslagen also. Wie alle Barbiere seiner Zeit ist er nicht nur für Bart- und Haupthaarpflege zuständig, sondern auch fürs Zähnereißen
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© Wiener Staatsoper GmbH / Michael Pöhn
Rarely has a work hit Vienna with such immediacy as Johann Strauss ’" Die Fledermaus ". From the first performance in 1874 onwards, the piece was performed with the highest number of performances, in 1894 it was honored with court operas, and since then has remained in the repertoire almost continuously
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Agamemnon, King of Mycenae, and his wife Clytemnestra have four children: Iphigenia, Electra, Chrysothemis and Orestes. When the Greek fleet wants to set sail for Troy, they are held back by a calm wind
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© Wiener Staatsoper GmbH / Michael Pöhn
Rarely has a work hit Vienna with such immediacy as Johann Strauss ’" Die Fledermaus ". From the first performance in 1874 onwards, the piece was performed with the highest number of performances, in 1894 it was honored with court operas, and since then has remained in the repertoire almost continuously
...
© Wiener Staatsoper GmbH / Michael Pöhn
Rarely has a work hit Vienna with such immediacy as Johann Strauss ’" Die Fledermaus ". From the first performance in 1874 onwards, the piece was performed with the highest number of performances, in 1894 it was honored with court operas, and since then has remained in the repertoire almost continuously
...
© Wiener Staatsoper GmbH (Auschnitt)
Als »Faktotum der ganzen Stadt« stellt sich der Barbier von Sevilla vor: als Helfer in allen Lebenslagen also. Wie alle Barbiere seiner Zeit ist er nicht nur für Bart- und Haupthaarpflege zuständig, sondern auch fürs Zähnereißen
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© Wiener Staatsoper
Agamemnon, King of Mycenae, and his wife Clytemnestra have four children: Iphigenia, Electra, Chrysothemis and Orestes. When the Greek fleet wants to set sail for Troy, they are held back by a calm wind
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© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
A dancer writes a longing in the room. It is a solo of flowing ease, unfolding over those gentle waves of sound that kick off the famous "On the Beautiful Blue Danube" before it begins to waltz
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© Wiener Staatsoper GmbH (Auschnitt)
Als »Faktotum der ganzen Stadt« stellt sich der Barbier von Sevilla vor: als Helfer in allen Lebenslagen also. Wie alle Barbiere seiner Zeit ist er nicht nur für Bart- und Haupthaarpflege zuständig, sondern auch fürs Zähnereißen
...
© Wiener Staatsoper
Agamemnon, King of Mycenae, and his wife Clytemnestra have four children: Iphigenia, Electra, Chrysothemis and Orestes. When the Greek fleet wants to set sail for Troy, they are held back by a calm wind
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
A dancer writes a longing in the room. It is a solo of flowing ease, unfolding over those gentle waves of sound that kick off the famous "On the Beautiful Blue Danube" before it begins to waltz
...
© Wiener Staatsoper GmbH (Auschnitt)
Als »Faktotum der ganzen Stadt« stellt sich der Barbier von Sevilla vor: als Helfer in allen Lebenslagen also. Wie alle Barbiere seiner Zeit ist er nicht nur für Bart- und Haupthaarpflege zuständig, sondern auch fürs Zähnereißen
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
The Ethiopians, under the leadership of their king Amonasro, are once again threatening the Egyptian empire. On the advice of the goddess Isis, Radames is to lead the Egyptian warriors against the Ethiopians
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© Wiener Staatsoper GmbH (Auschnitt)
Als »Faktotum der ganzen Stadt« stellt sich der Barbier von Sevilla vor: als Helfer in allen Lebenslagen also. Wie alle Barbiere seiner Zeit ist er nicht nur für Bart- und Haupthaarpflege zuständig, sondern auch fürs Zähnereißen
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
The Ethiopians, under the leadership of their king Amonasro, are once again threatening the Egyptian empire. On the advice of the goddess Isis, Radames is to lead the Egyptian warriors against the Ethiopians
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
The literary basis for La Bohème, which premiered in Turin in 1896 under Arturo Toscanini, is a highly successful episodic novel by the French author Henri Murger.
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© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
A dancer writes a longing in the room. It is a solo of flowing ease, unfolding over those gentle waves of sound that kick off the famous "On the Beautiful Blue Danube" before it begins to waltz
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
The Ethiopians, under the leadership of their king Amonasro, are once again threatening the Egyptian empire. On the advice of the goddess Isis, Radames is to lead the Egyptian warriors against the Ethiopians
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
The literary basis for La Bohème, which premiered in Turin in 1896 under Arturo Toscanini, is a highly successful episodic novel by the French author Henri Murger.
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
»Heaven wills it: I am yours;
Winning you was my life
A single pledge only, on and on:
God himself gave you to me
You are my treasure to the grave..."
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© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
The Ethiopians, under the leadership of their king Amonasro, are once again threatening the Egyptian empire. On the advice of the goddess Isis, Radames is to lead the Egyptian warriors against the Ethiopians
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
The literary basis for La Bohème, which premiered in Turin in 1896 under Arturo Toscanini, is a highly successful episodic novel by the French author Henri Murger.
...
© Wiener Staatsoper
Don Juan is a figure of border crossing: the border between genders, the border between classes and the border between life and death, because he does not stop at cemetery walls
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© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
»Heaven wills it: I am yours;
Winning you was my life
A single pledge only, on and on:
God himself gave you to me
You are my treasure to the grave..."
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
The literary basis for La Bohème, which premiered in Turin in 1896 under Arturo Toscanini, is a highly successful episodic novel by the French author Henri Murger.
...
© Wiener Staatsoper
Don Juan is a figure of border crossing: the border between genders, the border between classes and the border between life and death, because he does not stop at cemetery walls
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
»Heaven wills it: I am yours;
Winning you was my life
A single pledge only, on and on:
God himself gave you to me
You are my treasure to the grave..."
...
© Wiener Staatsoper (Ausschnitt)
The literary basis for La Bohème, which premiered in Turin in 1896 under Arturo Toscanini, is a highly successful episodic novel by the French author Henri Murger.
...