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Johann Strauss | Die Fledermaus

  • Release date: 2000

Label: Nightingale, 2000
Catalogue: NC 000058

Artists

with Edita Gruberova, Hungarian State Opera Orchestra, conducted by Friedrich Haider

Rosalinde – Adrianne Pieczonka
Adele –  Edita Gruberova
Eisenstein –  Thomas Moser
Orlofsky –  Carmen Oprisanu
Falke –  Georg Tichy
Frank –  Gottfried Hornik
Alfred –  Jörg Schneider
Blind –  Franz Kasemann
Ida –  Györgyi Murár
Frosch – Martin Zauner

Orchestra and Choir of the Hungarian State Opera House
Friedrich Haider, conductor

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Tracklisting

Johann Strauss (1825-1899)

Disc 1

1 Overture
2-12 Act I

Disc 2

1-13 Act II
14 Entracte
14 Act III

Reviews

“The famous soprano with iron technique (Edita Gruberova) analyzes the problem rather more constructively and modestly without letting her reluctance to deal with certain challenges affect her judgement of the music: “I’m glad I don’t sing Rosalinde on the stage, but I have always admired those soprano colleagues who can sing this murderously difficult role well. It’s more difficult than any twenty-minute mad scene. It uses the voice in every register, you have to put colour, humour and charm into it.” On the Nightingale set, A. Pieczonka succeeds in bringing just those elements to her performance with her warmly attractive, deliciously nuanced lyric soprano, never resorting to parody or calling undue attention to the strenuouses of Rosalinde’s vocal patterns.

Opera Quarterly, Winter 2000