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CD88928 Die drei Pintos - Weber/Mahlerþ

CD88928 Die drei Pintos - Weber/Mahlerþ
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CD88928 Die drei Pintos - Weber/Mahlerþ

Carl Maria von WEBER (1786-1826)

DIE DREI PINTOS (The Three Pintos) - comic opera in three acts Libretto by Theodore Hell; new libretto by Carl von Weber (the composer's grandson) and Gustav Mahler; score completed by Mahler based on surviving sketches and new music based on little-known pieces by Weber. Completed by Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) First presented on 20 January 1888, Leipzig.

Don Pantaleone, a nobleman from Madrid, Robert Holzer (bass) Don Gomez, a nobleman from Madrid, Peter Furlong (ten) Clarissa, Don Pantaleone's daughter, Barbara Zechmeister (sop) Laura, Clarissa's maid, Sophie Marilley (mezzo) Don Gaston Viratos, Former student from Salamanca, Eric Shaw (ten) Don Pinto, a country nobleman from Castrilla, Alessandro Svab (bass) Innkeeper, Stewart Kempster (bass) Inez, the Innkeeper's daughter, Sinead Campbell (sop) Ambrosio, Don Gaston's valet, Ales Jenis (bar)

Wexford Festival Opera Chorus National Philharmonic Orchestra of Belarus Conductor, Paolo Arrivabeni

Live broadcast recording from the 2003 Wexford Festival Theatre Royal, Wexford, Ireland October 2003

Tracklisting ------------ 01 (38:37) Die Drei Pintos, act I 02 (21:41) Die Drei Pintos, act II 03 (32:57) Die Drei Pintos, act III

Playing Time : 93:15 Total Size : 113 MB Quality : VBR, average 170kbps, joint stereo


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