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CD90277 Oberon Toulouse 2011

CD90277  Oberon Toulouse 2011
CD90277 Oberon Toulouse 2011
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CD90277 Oberon Toulouse 2011

Carl Maria von Weber, Oberon (1826) Recorded at the Theatre national du Capitole de Toulouse on 19. April 2011 Broadcast by France Musique on 2. July 2011

Opéra romantique en trois actes sur un livret de James Robertson Planché d'après le poème de Christoph Martin Wieland, créé au Royal Opera House Covent Garden de Londres

Sung in German The spoken texts have been replaced by a narrator (the Radio decided to abridge the narration)

with: Klaus Florian Vogt (t) Huon de Bordeaux Arttu Kataja (bar) Scherasmin Tansel Akzeybek (t) Oberon Silvia de La Muela (ms) Puck Ricarda Merbeth (s) Rezia Roxana Constantinescu (ms) Fatima Adrineh Simonian (ms) Une nymphe de la Mer Volker Muthmann, Sprecher

Chœur du Capitole Alfonso Caiani, Chef de chœur Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse Rani Calderon, Direction (cond.)

From cable receiver Audio MP3 320 Kbps Act 1 & beginning of Act 2 in 1rst file (59mn) End of Act 2 & Act 3 in 2nd file (1h) Cast in a short 3rd file

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