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Der Rosenkavalier (1979)

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(as Karl-Heinz Hundorf)


(libretto Kömedie für Musik in drei Aufzügnen von)
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Gwyneth Jones ...
Die Feldmarschallin Fürstin Werdenberg
Manfred Jungwirth ...
Brigitte Fassbaender ...
Benno Kusche ...
Lucia Popp ...
Sophie, seine Tochter
Anneliese Waas ...
Jungfer Marianne Leitmetzerin, die Duenna
David Thaw ...
Valzacchi, ein Intrigant
Gudrun Wewezow ...
Annina, seine Begleiterin
Albrecht Peter ...
Ein Polizeikommissar
Georg Paskuda ...
Der Haushofmeister bei der Feldmarschallin
Rudolf Schwab ...
Vier Lakaien
Walter Brem ...
Vier Lakaien
Werner Liebl ...
Vier Lakaien
Artur Korn ...
Vier Lakaien (as Artur Horn)
Hans Wilbrink ...
Ein Notar


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A rich if occasionally awkward Viennese antique
28 January 2006 | by (London, UK) – See all my reviews

A busman's holiday for the great Viennese conductor non-pareil Carlos Kleiber. Luckily video director Karl-Heinz Hundorf knew as much and makes frequent forays into the pit to pick up the joy and ease with which Kleiber trips through the score.

It's a slightly different matter on stage. Rosenkavalier is a comedy rendered in the time-honoured Viennese fashion, with 'one eye dry, the other wet', joy and wistfulness inextricably bound. Fassbaender and Lucia Popp just achieve this although Manfred Jungwirth's Ochs' pomposity is a bit stock-in-trade. Gwyneth Jones tackles the complexity of the Marschallin well, although tends to be stern and aloof.

The production is a reproduction of the original and it feels a little dated. However, it is nonetheless rich, like the essentials of this good performance caught by an enlightened director. 4/10

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