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Strauss II: Blindekuh (Live)


Blindekuh (Blind Mans Buff) was Johann Strauss II's sixth operetta and his least known. Neglected for well over a century, it was revived by Dario Salvi and the forces on this album in January 2019. The work's initial lack of success is hard to explain but it may have been caused by a confusing libretto the music itself is vibrant and captivating with waltzes, polkas, mazurkas, marches and bel canto arias. Performed in a concert version without dialogue, and in accordance with performing traditions, this production restores the work to the status of one of Strauss's most melodically seductive works.

Artists
Robert Davidson (bass-baritone), Kirsten C. Kunkle (soprano), Boyan Vasilev (tenor), Peter Petrov (bass), Snezhina Kumanova (contralto), Julian Rohde (tenor), Martina Bortolotti (soprano), Emily K. Byrne (mezzo-soprano), Roman Pichler (tenor), Daniel Schliewa (tenor), James Bowers (tenor), Andrea Chudak (soprano)

Sofia Philharmonic Orchestra, Sofia Philharmonic Chorus, Dario Salvi
 
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ComposerStrauss II, Johann
OrchestraSofia Philharmonic Orchestra
ConductorSalvi, Dario
LyricistKneisel, Rudolf
Bass-baritoneDavidson, Robert
SopranoBortolotti, Martina
Chudak, Andrea
Kunkle, Kirsten C.
ChoirSofia Philharmonic Chorus
TenorBowers, James
Pichler, Roman
Rohde, Julian
Schliewa, Daniel
Vasilev, Boyan
BassPetrov, Peter
ContraltoKumanova, Snezhina
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Mezzo-sopranoByrne, Emily K.

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