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STRAUSS II, J.: Nacht in Venedig (Eine) (Schwarzkopf, Gedda) (1954)

Composer(s)Strauss II, Johann
Artist(s)
Period(s) Romantic
Genre Classical Music
Category Operetta
Catalogue 8.111254
Label Naxos Historical
Quality   320kbps
 
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Johann Strauss II’s Eine Nacht in Venedig, heard on this recording in a version prepared by Ernst Marischka and Erich Korngold for a 1923 Berlin revival, is modelled, like so many of his stage works, on Offenbach’s French operettas. When this recording appeared in 1955, The Gramophone critic wrote: “A Night in Venice (1883), with the canals running with schmaltz and many a German joke about macaroni and La donna being mobile, may put off the ultra austere, but I think you would have to be pretty stiff not to surrender… This set speaks for itself. Outside the world of the gramophone you would never expect to encounter an operetta with a cast like this one”. Otto Ackermann was an outstanding operetta conductor, capturing to perfection the elusive Viennese lilt and phrasing.


  

Work/Track Title Time
STRAUSS II, J.: Nacht in Venedig (Eine) (Schwarzkopf, Gedda) (1954) 1:18:44   
  Eine Nacht in Venedig (A Night in Venice)          
      Overture 6:32       
      Act I: Wenn vom Lido sacht (Chorus) 1:05       
      Act I: Ihr Venezianer hort … Drum sei glucklich, sei selig, Venezia! (Pappacoda, Chorus) 1:11       
      Act I: Dialogue: Makkaroni, Makkaroni di Napoli! (Pappacoda, Enrico, Ciboletta) 0:50       
      Act I: 'S ist wahr, ich bin nicht allzu klug … Wenn du dich krankst (Ciboletta, Pappacoda) 1:44       
      Act I: Oho! … Seht, o seht! … Frutti di mare! (Annina, Chorus) 2:10       
      Act I: Dialogue: O, Annina, ich errate was Euch herfuhrt (Pappacoda, Annina, Barbara, Barbaruccio, Delacqua) 1:51       
      Act I: Evviva, Caramello! … Willkomen, liebe Freunde! (Chorus, Caramello) 2:07       
      Act I: Dialogue: Ja, Pappacoda, alter Makkaronikessel (Caramello, Pappacoda, Barbara, Annina) 1:01       
      Act I: Annina! Caramello! … Pellegrina rondinella! (Caramello, Annina) 2:45       
      Act I: Dialogue: Hi, hi, hi … Ja, Pappacoda, was hat sie denn (Ciboletta, Caramello, Pappacoda) 0:20       
      Act I: Alle maskiert, alle maskiert (Annina, Ciboletta, Caramello, Pappacoda, Herold) 2:12       
      Act I: Sei mir gegrusst, du holdes Venezia! (Duke) 2:22       
      Act I: Dialogue: Nun, Caramello, hast du Barbara gesprochen? (Duke, Caramello, Delacqua, Barbara) 1:42       
      Act I: Hier ward es still … Der Mond hat schwere Klag' erhob'n (Duke, Barbara, Annina, Pappacoda, Ciboletta) 2:59       
      Act I: Hast du mir ein Kostum gebracht (Pappacoda, Ciboletta, Duke) 0:56       
      Act I: Komm' in die Gondel, mein Liebchen (Duke, Delacqua, Annina) 2:27       
      Act I: Messer Delacqua! (Pappacoda, Ciboletta, Delacqua, Duke) 0:58       
      Act I: Zur Serenade! (Chorus, Delacqua, Duke) 5:23       
      Act I: Kaum, dass mein Liebchen die schaukelnde Gondel entfuhrt (Duke, Chorus) 1:29       
      Act II: Wo bleibt nur Caramello? … Venedigs Frauen herzufuhren (Duke, Chorus, Agricola) 2:54       
      Act II: Dialogue: Was fuhrt die Damen hierher? (Duke, Agricola) 0:28       
      Act II: Was mir der Zufall gab (Annina) 1:35       
      Act II: Dialogue: Ach, Gott sei Dank (Caramello, Annina) 0:49       
      Act II: Hor' mich, Annina, komm in die Gondel! (Caramello, Annina) 1:47       
      Act II: Dialogue: Caramello, ich bin mit dir zufrieden (Duke, Caramello, Annina) 0:27       
      Act II: Sie sagten meinem Liebesfleh'n (Duke, Annina, Pappacoda, Caramello) 1:56       
      Act II: Solch' ein Wirtshaus lob' ich mir … Marietta, come va? (Chorus, Pappacoda, Caramello) 3:21       
      Act II: Dialogue: Komm, Barbara (Duke, Annina, Caramello, Delacqua) 0:41       
      Act II: Ninana, Ninana, hier will ich singen (Duke, All) 2:55       
      Act II: Dialogue: Alles geht gut (Delacqua, Ciboletta, Duke) 0:36       
      Act II: Lasset die Andern tanzen da! Tra la la la! (Duke, Caramello, Annina, Ciboletta, Pappacoda, Chorus) 3:20       
      Act II: Jetzt ist's Zeit zur Lustbarkeit … Horch! von San Marco der Glocken Gelaut (Chorus, Duke, Annina, Ciboletta) 3:42       
      Act III: Karneval ruft Euch zum Ball! (Chorus) 0:59       
      Act III: Die Tauben von San Marco (Annina, Ciboletta, Count, Caramello) 3:34       
      Act III: Ach, wie so herrlich zu schau'n (Caramello) 3:09       
      Act III: Dialogue: O, O, mein Weib ist mir geraubt worden! (Delacqua, Ciboletta, Pappacoda) 0:49       
      Act III: Tacke, tacke, tacke … Aber wenn man erst gekostet hat (Pappacoda, Ciboletta) 1:56       
      Act III: Dialogue: Ciboletta, weisst du nicht wo deine Herrin ist? (Duke, Ciboletta, Delacqua, Barbara, Caramello) 1:08       
      Act III: Wie sich's gebuhrt, hat er's gespurt (All) 0:34       
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