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Die Lustige Witwe
A very prolific author with around thirty operettas, Franz Lehár is known almost exclusively for the "verve" and the rich melodic and rhythmic invention of the Merry Widow. This masterpiece owes its fortune to a series of factors that are reconciled in the course of the operetta and exalt each other; first of all the nature of history that brings together in a harmonious way around a single issue (the inheritance) a series of classic themes such as money, love, jealousy and loyalty.
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A very prolific author with around thirty operettas, Franz Lehár is known almost exclusively for the "verve" and the rich melodic and rhythmic invention of the Merry Widow. This masterpiece owes its fortune to a series of factors that are reconciled in the course of the operetta and exalt each other; first of all the nature of history that brings together in a harmonious way around a single issue (the inheritance) a series of classic themes such as money, love, jealousy and loyalty.
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A very prolific author with around thirty operettas, Franz Lehár is known almost exclusively for the "verve" and the rich melodic and rhythmic invention of the Merry Widow. This masterpiece owes its fortune to a series of factors that are reconciled in the course of the operetta and exalt each other; first of all the nature of history that brings together in a harmonious way around a single issue (the inheritance) a series of classic themes such as money, love, jealousy and loyalty.
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A very prolific author with around thirty operettas, Franz Lehár is known almost exclusively for the "verve" and the rich melodic and rhythmic invention of the Merry Widow. This masterpiece owes its fortune to a series of factors that are reconciled in the course of the operetta and exalt each other; first of all the nature of history that brings together in a harmonious way around a single issue (the inheritance) a series of classic themes such as money, love, jealousy and loyalty.
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A very prolific author with around thirty operettas, Franz Lehár is known almost exclusively for the "verve" and the rich melodic and rhythmic invention of the Merry Widow. This masterpiece owes its fortune to a series of factors that are reconciled in the course of the operetta and exalt each other; first of all the nature of history that brings together in a harmonious way around a single issue (the inheritance) a series of classic themes such as money, love, jealousy and loyalty.
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A very prolific author with around thirty operettas, Franz Lehár is known almost exclusively for the "verve" and the rich melodic and rhythmic invention of the Merry Widow. This masterpiece owes its fortune to a series of factors that are reconciled in the course of the operetta and exalt each other; first of all the nature of history that brings together in a harmonious way around a single issue (the inheritance) a series of classic themes such as money, love, jealousy and loyalty.
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A very prolific author with around thirty operettas, Franz Lehár is known almost exclusively for the "verve" and the rich melodic and rhythmic invention of the Merry Widow. This masterpiece owes its fortune to a series of factors that are reconciled in the course of the operetta and exalt each other; first of all the nature of history that brings together in a harmonious way around a single issue (the inheritance) a series of classic themes such as money, love, jealousy and loyalty.
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A very prolific author with around thirty operettas, Franz Lehár is known almost exclusively for the "verve" and the rich melodic and rhythmic invention of the Merry Widow. This masterpiece owes its fortune to a series of factors that are reconciled in the course of the operetta and exalt each other; first of all the nature of history that brings together in a harmonious way around a single issue (the inheritance) a series of classic themes such as money, love, jealousy and loyalty.
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