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Mauro Peter, tenor
Felix Klieser, horn
Helmut Deutsch, piano

FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797–1828)
Lieder after poems by Johann Gabriel Seidl
Auf dem Strom (Rellstab), D 943 for tenor, horn and piano

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART (1756–1791)
Selected Lieder as well as
Little German Cantata »Die ihr des unermesslichen Weltalls Schöpfer ehrt« (Ziegenhagen), KV 619

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Jinxu Xiahou, Tenor
Slavka Zamecnikova, Sopran
Josy Santis, Mezzosopra
Dashon Burton, Bass

Berliner Philharmoniker

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Fidelio

Jeongmeen Ahn, Don Fernando
Shenyang, Don Pizarro
Sebastian Kohlhepp, Florestan
Johanna Winkel, Leonore
Jan Martinik, Rocco
Marie-Sophie Pollak, Marzelline
Patrick Grahl, Jaquino

Alexander Liebreich, conductor
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks

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Giacomo Puccini: Madama Butterfly

Gianluca Terranova, Lieutenant B.F. Pinkerton
Gerald Finley, Sharpless
Carlo Bosi, Goro
Enkelejda Shkoza, Suzuki
Jeremy White, Bonze
Stephanie Wake-Edwards, Kate Pinkerton
Germán E. Alcántara, Prince Yamadori

Royal Opera Chorus
Orchestra of the Royal Opera House
Dan Ettinger, conductor
Moshe Leiser und Patrice Caurier, stage-directors
Christian Fenouillat, stage-design
Agostino Cavalca, costume-design
Christophe Forey, light-design

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Gioachino Rossini: La Cenerentola

Josè Maria Lo Monaco, Angelina
Nico Darminan, Don Ramiro
Christian Senn, Dandini
Luciano di Pasquale, Don Magnifico
Roberto Lorenzi, Alidoro
Carolina Lippo, Clorinda
Maria Ostroukhova, Tisbe

David Parry, conductor
Stephen Barlow, director
Andrew D Edwards, designer

Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra

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Jean-Philippe Rameau: Hippolyte et Aricie

Eunju Kwon, Diane
Nikola Hillebrand, Amour, Une Bergère
Amelia Scicolone, Aricie
Sophie Rennert, Phèdre
Marie-Belle Sandis, Oenone
Natalija Cantrak, La Grande Pretresse / Une Pretresse / Une chasseresse
Charles Sy, Hippolyte
Koral Güvener, Arcas / Mercure
Nikola Diskić, Thésée
Uwe Eikötter, Tisiphone
Patrick Zielke, Jupiter / Netptun / Pluton
Christopher Diffey, Erste Parze
Raphael Wittmer, Zweite Parze / Un Amour
Marcel Brunner, Dritte Parze

Bernhard Forck, conductor
Lorenzo Fioroni, stage director
Paul Zoller, stage designer
Katharina Gault, costume designer
Pascale-Sabine Chevrozon, choreography
Damian Chmielarz, light designer
Cordula Demattio, dramaturgy
Dani Juris, chorus master

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Jinxu Xiahou, Tenor
Slavka Zamecnikova, Sopran
Josy Santis, Mezzosopra
Dashon Burton, Bass

Berliner Philharmoniker

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Robert Schumann: Scenes from Goethe's Faust

Brian Mulligan, Faust | Doctor Marianus
Eleanor Lyons, Gretchen | Una Poenitentium
Mikhail Timoshenko, Mephistopheles | Böser Geist | Pater Profundus
Lore Binon Mangel, Sorge | Magna Peccatrix
Raphaële Green, Mater Gloriosa | Mulier Samaritana
Zofia Hanna, Marthe | Schuld | Maria Aegyptiaca
Ilker Arcayürek, Ariel | Pater Ecstaticus | Pater Seraphicus
Annelies Van Gramberen, Not

Philippe Herreweghe, conductor
Julian Rosefeldt, director and visual concept
Femke Gyselinck, choreography
Sammy Van den Heuvel, set
Tobias Staab and Katherina Lindekens, dramaturgy

Koor Opera Ballet Vlaanderen | Collegium Vocale Gent (chorus master: Jan Schweiger)
Kinderkoor Opera Ballet Vlaanderen (chorus master: Hendrik Derolez)
Antwerp Symphony Orchestra

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Ludwig van Beethoven: Fidelio

Ludwig van Beethoven: Fidelio

Jeongmeen Ahn, Don Fernando
Shenyang, Don Pizarro
Sebastian Kohlhepp, Florestan
Johanna Winkel, Leonore
Jan Martinik, Rocco
Marie-Sophie Pollak, Marzelline
Patrick Grahl, Jaquino

Alexander Liebreich, conductor
Akademie für Alte Musik Berlin
Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks

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Marlis Petersen, soprano
Gregor Hübner, violin
Stephan Matthias Lademann, piano

DIMENSIONEN - "Innenwelt" (Innerworld)
With the CD "Innerworld", the last part of her trilogy „Dimensionen“ (dimensions), Marlis Petersen takes us from the here and now into the mysterious realm of visions and dreams, into the subconscious of the soul, into the night, where thoughts, wishes and feelings arise. Night and dreams - Inner movement - Salvation and homecoming are the stations of the songs. In addition to some composers of the other CDs, the listener now also finds French masters, with their very own "mouvement intérieur". Richard Strauss is finally entering the trilogy, combined with a premiere, the new arrangement of the third of his "Four Last Songs" by Gregor Hübner. Beginning with Schubert, the composer's arc spans well into the 20th century, and it is worth to rediscover some of them completely new. The musical journey leads us into the hidden worlds of existence, directly into the workshop of the soul.

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