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Lehár: Eva / Bozic, Fadayomi, et al

Album Summary

>Lehár, Franz : Eva (Das Fabriksmädel), operetta in 3 acts
Performers Conductor Ensemble Composer

Notes & Reviews:

Franz Lehar was the most gifted and successful composer of operetta of the 20th century, and the most important composer of operetta after Johann Strauss Jr. His most famous work, The Merry Widow, may be the most recorded operetta in the world, and is in the repertory of numerous international opera companies. But he is also responsible for a half dozen other of the most beautiful operettas ever written. Like so many other operetta's, the composer's "Eva" is above all a fairy tale. It is a work brimming with effervescent lyricism and good spirits. It is surprising that 'Eva' is among the most poorly represented of Lehar's operettas on record. With its story of an innocent orphaned girl, adopted and raised by the workers at a factory and romanced by the new owner, Eva has some elements in common with When the Lark Sings, but benefits from a stronger, more pleasing score and libretto.


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>Lehár, Franz : Eva (Das Fabriksmädel), operetta in 3 acts
  • Performers: Christian Giglmayr (Baritone); Zora Antonic (Soprano); Thomas Malik (Tenor); Thomas Zisterer (Baritone); Reinhard Alessandri (Tenor); Florian Widmann (Baritone); Morenike Fadayomi (Soprano); Peter Andrew (Bass Baritone)
  • Conductor: Wolfgang Bozic
  • Ensemble: Franz Lehár Orchestra
  • Notes: Bad Ischl Festival Hall, Bad Ischl, Austria (08/22/2005-08/24/2005)
  • Running Time: 5 min. 31 sec.
  • Period Time: Post Romantic
  • Form: Opera/Operetta