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Die Hochzeit des Figaro [videorecording] : opera buffa in four acts / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, [composer]

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Creatore: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, 1756-1791 Visualizza persona
Titolo: Die Hochzeit des Figaro [videorecording] : opera buffa in four acts / Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, [composer]
Link to work: Nozze di Figaro Visualizza cluster
Pubblicazione: [Germany] : Arthaus Musik, c2009
Titolo autorizzato: Nozze di Figaro. German  
Edizione: Walter Felsenstein ed.
Estensione: 2 videodiscs (166 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet.
Disciplina: 782.1
Genere/Forma: Filmed operas
Fiction films
Feature films
Classificazione LOC: M1500.M69 N69 2009
Creatori/Collaboratori: Kreyssig, Uwe.
Falewicz, Magdalena
Reinhardt-Kiss, Ursula
Dene, József
Trekel-Burckhardt, Ute.
Asmus, Rudolf
Schob-Lipka, Ruth
Folker, Frank
Enders, Werner
Völker, Helmut
Sternberger, Barbara
Haase, Inge
Hoffmann, Annemarie
Oberfrank, Géza
Felsenstein, Walter
Accesso ente: Komische Oper Berlin
Arthaus Musik (Firm)
Note generali: Title from container.
Libretto by Lorenzo da Ponte, German adaptation by Walter Felsenstein.
Special features: facsimile & texts: Walter Felsenstein's conception of "The marriage of Figaro", handwritten staging details on Act I, scene I, original staging piano reduction by Walter Felsenstein; interview with Walter Felsenstein on the topic of "Realistic music theatre" (interviewed by Wolfgang Stein, 1963); segments of Walter Felsenstein's productions: "Pariser Leben," Hebbel-Theater 1945 ; "Die Fledermaus," opening of the Komische Oper Berlink, 1947 ; "Die Kluge," Komische Oper 1948 ; "Orpheus in der Unterwelt," Komische Oper 1948 ; "Carmen," Komische Oper 1949 ; "Der Vogelhändler," Komische Oper 1950 ; "Die Zauberflöte," Komische Oper 1954 ; Paisiello: "Der Barbier von Sevilla," Komische Oper 1960 ; "Ein Sommernachtstraum," Komische Oper 1961.
Crediti creaz./prod.: Walter Felsenstein, stage direction ; Georg Mielke, TV direction ; Reinhart Zimmermann, set design ; Eleonore Kleiber, costume design.
Partecipanti/interpr.: Uwe Kreyssig, Magdalena Falewicz, Ursula Reinhardt-Kiss, József Dene, Ute Trekel-Burckhardt, Rudolf Asmus, Ruth Schob-Lipka, Frank Folker, Werner Enders, Helmut Völker, Barbara Sternberger, Inge Haase, Annemarie Hoffmann ; Chorus and Orchestra of the Komische Oper Berlin ; Geza Oberfrank, conductor.
Data luogo evento: Recorded July 1976 at the Komische Oper.
Sommario/riassunto: Set in Count Almaviva's castle in Seville in the late 18th Century. The Count has married Rosine but their marriage has gone sour because of his philandering. Figaro has quit barbering and is now the Count's major-domo. He is engaged to Suzanne, who is Countess Rosine's maid, and the Count's intended conquest. Old Bartholo is back to seek revenge on Figaro for taking Rosine away from him, with the help of the slimy music-master, Don Bazile. Adding to the fun are an amorous teenager, a scheming old maid, a drunken gardener, and a silly young girl. Much happens on a single "folle journée"--A crazy day.
Requisiti sistema: DVD9, region 0; PCM stereo.
Lingua: Sung in German; English, French, German or Spanish subtitles.
ISBN: 9783939873846
Formato: Video DVD
Livello bibliografico Monografia
Lingua di pubblicazione: Tedesco
Record Nr.: 005294161
Lo trovi qui: Duke University
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