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Konradin Kreutzer wrote his opera "Der Taucher" for the Stuttgart court theatre. Many years after the Stuttgart premiere in 1813, Kreutzer reworked the work for Vienna. Subsequently, this version was always performed. A recording of the original version is now available for the first time. Under the direction of Frieder Bernius, the Kammerchor and Hofkapelle Stuttgart perform this operatic rarity together with Sarah Wegener and Philipp Mathmann (both soprano). After 200 years, a composer whose trademarks are catchy, lyrical melodies and colorful instrumentation will be brought to life once again.
Konradin Kreutzer wrote his opera "Der Taucher" for the Stuttgart court theatre. Many years after the Stuttgart premiere in 1813, Kreutzer reworked the work for Vienna. Subsequently, this version was always performed. A recording of the original version is now available for the first time. Under the direction of Frieder Bernius, the Kammerchor and Hofkapelle Stuttgart perform this operatic rarity together with Sarah Wegener and Philipp Mathmann (both soprano). After 200 years, a composer whose trademarks are catchy, lyrical melodies and colorful instrumentation will be brought to life once again.
4009350835368
Kreutzer / Stuttgart / Wegener - Der Taucher

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Format: CD
Label: CARUS
Rel. Date: 07/26/2024
UPC: 4009350835368

Der Taucher
Artist: Kreutzer / Stuttgart / Wegener
Format: CD
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Konradin Kreutzer wrote his opera "Der Taucher" for the Stuttgart court theatre. Many years after the Stuttgart premiere in 1813, Kreutzer reworked the work for Vienna. Subsequently, this version was always performed. A recording of the original version is now available for the first time. Under the direction of Frieder Bernius, the Kammerchor and Hofkapelle Stuttgart perform this operatic rarity together with Sarah Wegener and Philipp Mathmann (both soprano). After 200 years, a composer whose trademarks are catchy, lyrical melodies and colorful instrumentation will be brought to life once again.
        
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