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Der Rosenkavalier

Der Rosenkavalier

Fassung für reduziertes Orchester von Thomas Dorsch (2019)

Komödie für Musik in drei Aufzügen von Hugo von Hofmannsthal

Italienische Textfassung von Ottone Schanzer


  • Edition: performance material
  • Language: German - Italian

 
Description
In the year that Richard Strauss’s comic opera Der Rosenkavalier was premiered in Dresden, more than a dozen major opera houses in Germany and abroad included the work in their programmes – this was the beginning of an unparalleled triumph. Strauss also helped to popularise the music beyond the scope of the opera house with his two Walzerfolgen (1911/12) and his music for Robert Wiene’s 1926 film, Rosenkavalier.

Strauss’s idea of establishing his own staging concept in line with costume and stage designer Alfred Roller could only be realised in Dresden, Munich, Berlin, Vienna and Milan. Nevertheless, Roller’s designs, modelled on idealised Rococo style, set the tone of productions right up to the 1960s. Only then did directors and designers begin to discover the ambiguity of the opera in their exciting and critical new interpretations. With their analytical approach, they succeeded in bringing this work, which had been composed shortly before the outbreak of the First World War, firmly into the present day.
Details
Opus: op. 59
Performance duration: 195'0"
Publisher: Fürstner Musikverlag GmbH
Year of composition: 1909
instrumentation: 2 · 2 · 3 · 2 - 4 · 2 · 2 · 1 (ad lib.) - P. S. (Glsp. · Trgl. · Beck. · Tamb. · kl. Mil. Tr. · gr. Rührtr. · gr. Tr. · gr. Ratsche · Schellen · Kast.) (3 Spieler) - Cel. · Hfe. - Str. Bühnenmusik im 3. Aufzug: 2 · 1 · 3 (1 in C, 2 in B) · 2 - 2 · 1 · 0 · 0 - kl. Tr. - Harm. · Klav. - Str. (solistisch oder in reichlicher Verdoppelung)
occupation: Feldmarschallin · Sopran - Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau · Bass - Octavian · Mezzosopran - Herr von Faninal · hoher Bariton - Sophie · hoher Sopran - Jungfer Marianne Leitmetzerin · hoher Sopran - Valzacchi · Tenor - Annina · Alt - Polizeikommissar · Bass - Haushofmeister bei der Feldmarschallin · Tenor - Haushofmeister bei Faninal · Tenor - Notar · Bass - Wirt · Tenor - Ein Sänger · hoher Tenor - Gelehrter, Flötist, Friseur, dessen Gehilfe, eine adelige Witwe · stumme Rollen - 3 adelige Waisen · Sopran, Mezzosopran, Alt - Modistin · Sopran - Tierhändler · Tenor - 4 Lakaien der Marschallin · 2 Tenöre, 2 Bässe - 4 Kellner · 1 Tenor, 3 Bässe - ein kleiner Neger, Lakaien, Lauffer, Haiducken, Küchenpersonal, Gäste, Musikanten, 2 Wächter, 4 kleine Kinder, verschiedene verdächtige Gestalten · Chor
Performances
Conductor: Willem Wentzel
Orchestra: Hamburger Symphoniker
2019-12-14 | Hamburg (Germany), Musikhochschule — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-05-17 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-05-08 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-05-03 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-04-13 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:00
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-04-07 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 18:00
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-03-31 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 18:00
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-03-24 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 18:00
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-03-21 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-03-12 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-03-09 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:00 | World Premiere
In the year that Richard Strauss’s comic opera Der Rosenkavalier was premiered in Dresden, more than a dozen major opera houses in Germany and abroad included the work in their programmes – this was the beginning of an unparalleled triumph. Strauss also helped to popularise the music beyond the scope of the opera house with his two Walzerfolgen (1911/12) and his music for Robert Wiene’s 1926 film, Rosenkavalier.

Strauss’s idea of establishing his own staging concept in line with costume and stage designer Alfred Roller could only be realised in Dresden, Munich, Berlin, Vienna and Milan. Nevertheless, Roller’s designs, modelled on idealised Rococo style, set the tone of productions right up to the 1960s. Only then did directors and designers begin to discover the ambiguity of the opera in their exciting and critical new interpretations. With their analytical approach, they succeeded in bringing this work, which had been composed shortly before the outbreak of the First World War, firmly into the present day.
Opus: op. 59
Performance duration: 195'0"
Publisher: Fürstner Musikverlag GmbH
Year of composition: 1909
instrumentation: 2 · 2 · 3 · 2 - 4 · 2 · 2 · 1 (ad lib.) - P. S. (Glsp. · Trgl. · Beck. · Tamb. · kl. Mil. Tr. · gr. Rührtr. · gr. Tr. · gr. Ratsche · Schellen · Kast.) (3 Spieler) - Cel. · Hfe. - Str. Bühnenmusik im 3. Aufzug: 2 · 1 · 3 (1 in C, 2 in B) · 2 - 2 · 1 · 0 · 0 - kl. Tr. - Harm. · Klav. - Str. (solistisch oder in reichlicher Verdoppelung)
occupation: Feldmarschallin · Sopran - Baron Ochs auf Lerchenau · Bass - Octavian · Mezzosopran - Herr von Faninal · hoher Bariton - Sophie · hoher Sopran - Jungfer Marianne Leitmetzerin · hoher Sopran - Valzacchi · Tenor - Annina · Alt - Polizeikommissar · Bass - Haushofmeister bei der Feldmarschallin · Tenor - Haushofmeister bei Faninal · Tenor - Notar · Bass - Wirt · Tenor - Ein Sänger · hoher Tenor - Gelehrter, Flötist, Friseur, dessen Gehilfe, eine adelige Witwe · stumme Rollen - 3 adelige Waisen · Sopran, Mezzosopran, Alt - Modistin · Sopran - Tierhändler · Tenor - 4 Lakaien der Marschallin · 2 Tenöre, 2 Bässe - 4 Kellner · 1 Tenor, 3 Bässe - ein kleiner Neger, Lakaien, Lauffer, Haiducken, Küchenpersonal, Gäste, Musikanten, 2 Wächter, 4 kleine Kinder, verschiedene verdächtige Gestalten · Chor
Conductor: Willem Wentzel
Orchestra: Hamburger Symphoniker
2019-12-14 | Hamburg (Germany), Musikhochschule — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-05-17 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-05-08 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-05-03 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-04-13 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:00
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-04-07 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 18:00
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-03-31 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 18:00
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-03-24 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 18:00
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-03-21 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-03-12 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:30
Conductor: Thomas Dorsch
2019-03-09 | Lüneburg (Germany), Theater — 19:00 | World Premiere