Franz Lehár – Paganini. Label: Philips – 6305 269. Series: Fernseh-Operette –. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Conductor – Wolfgang Ebert (tracks: Side A, B). Music By – Franz Lehár. Orchestra – Symphonie-Orchester Graunke. Rights Society: GEMA. Other Versions (4 of 4) View All. Cat.
Paganini is an operetta in three acts by Franz Lehár. The German libretto was by Paul Knepler and Bela Jenbach. Lehár composed the work as a vehicle for Richard Tauber, the acclaimed Austrian tenor, though he assumed the role (with Vera Schwarz as the princess) in Berlin on 30 January 1926, rather than the Vienna premiere which was at the Johann Strauss Theater on 30 October 1925 with Carl Clewing in the title role
Album · 2013 · 1 Song. Radio Orchestra Cologne, Franz Marszalek, Sándor Kónya, Herta Talmar, Rita Bartos, Willy Hofmann & Willy Schneider.
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Franz Lehár (Lehár Ferenc 30 April 1870 – 24 October 1948) was a Hungarian composer, mainly known for his operettas. Lehár was born in Komárom, Hungary (now Komarno, Slovakia), as the eldest son of a bandmaster in the army. He studied violin and composition at the Prague Conservatory but was advised by Antonín Dvořák to focus on composing music. After graduation in 1899 he joined his father's band in Vienna, as assistant bandmaster. In 1902 he became conductor at the historic Vienna Theater an der Wien, where his first opera Wiener Frauen was performed in November of that year.
Franz Lehár: Paganini (1956), Volume 2. Released by Classical Moments Feb 2013 10 Tracks. Listen to all songs in high quality & download Franz Lehár: Paganini (1956), Volume 2 songs on Gaana. attr("src", $('. de tp. d t img img').
Lehár: Paganini (Live), an album by Franz Lehár, Kristiane Kaiser, Eva Liebau, Zoran Todorovich, Martin Zysset, Ulf Schirmer on this site. Paganini, Act I: Act I: Violin Solo - Henry Raudales, Munich Radio Orchestra, 5:030:30. 2. Paganini, Act I: Act I: Bartucci Dialog - Philipp Lind, Frank Manhold. 3. Paganini, Act I: Act I: Auftrittslied der Anna Elisa, L'empereur Napoleon (Anna Elisa, Pimpinelli, Chorus) - Bavarian Radio Chorus, Munich Radio Orchestra, 3:000:30. 4. Paganini, Act I: Act I: Dialog, Violin - Henry Raudales, 2:030:30. 5. Paganini, Act I: Act I: Bella Italia (Paganini) - Munich Radio Orchestra, 2:100:30. 6. Paganini, Act I: Act I: Dialog.