Notes & Reviews:
End of the opera. 12 November 1918 (on the day of the declaration of the German-Austrian Republic and the union with the German Reich!)." This sentence was written by Schreker at the close of the manuscript full score. The call for the dissolution of the Habsburg Empire and for unification with Germany was a genuine republican position and supported by all political parties.Notes & Reviews:
Recording information: Hamburgische Staatsoper (05/24/1989-06/02/1989).
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Works DetailsSchreker, Franz : Der Schatzgräber, opera in 4 acts (w/prologue and epilogue)
- Performers: Peter Haage (Tenor); Harald Stamm (Bass)
- Conductor: Gerd Albrecht
- Ensemble: Philharmonisches Staatsorchester
- Notes: Hamburgische Staatsoper (05/24/1989-06/02/1989)
- Running Time: 4 min. 50 sec.
- Period Time: Post Romantic
- Form: Opera/Operetta
- Written: 1915-1918
- Studio/Live: Live