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Performer: Orchestra Of The City Opera, Berlin
Genre: Classical
Title: Countess Maritza
Style: Operetta
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Profile: Conductor, producer, engineer. In Groups: Großes Operetten-Orchester Hansgeorg Otto. Chor der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Hansgeorg Otto, Artur Rother - Die Schönsten Opernchöre ‎(LP, Album, Club, RE). Telefunken. Hansgeorg Otto, Orchester Der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Orchester Der Städtischen Oper Berlin. Hansgeorg Otto, Orchester Der Deutschen Oper Berlin, Orchester Der Städtischen Oper Berlin - Operetten-Ouvertüren, II ‎(LP). Orchestra Of The City Opera, Berlin , Conductor: Hansgeorg Otto - Countess Maritza ‎(Shellac, 12"). AWA Radiola Telefunken.

Album: Choruses From German Opera. Chor der Städtischen Oper Berlin, Hansgeorg Otto, Orchester der städtischen Oper Berlin, Карл Мария фон Вебер - Das Nachtlager in Granada: Schön die Abendglocken klangen (Prayer) 02:42. Album: Choruses From German Opera. Hansgeorg Otto, Orchestra Of The Stadtische Oper, Berlin, Рихард Вагнер: best 2 tracks. Berliner Symphoniker, Eduardo Marturet, Рихард Вагнер - Die Walküre, WWV 86B Joyas de la Música, Vol. 7, 1996 05:29. Berliner Symphoniker, Eduardo Marturet, Рихард Вагнер - Lohengrin, WWV 75 Joyas de la Música, Vol. 19, 1996 03:10.

The Berlin State Opera (German: Staatsoper Unter den Linden) is a German opera company based in Berlin. Its permanent home is the Staatsoper Unter den Linden, commonly referred to as Lindenoper, in the central Mitte district, which also hosts the Staatskapelle Berlin orchestra. Originally the Hofoper (court opera) from 1742, it was named Königliches Opernhaus (Royal Opera House) in 1844, and Staatsoper Unter den Linden in 1918. From 1949 to 1990 it housed the state opera of East Germany.

Gräfin Mariza (Countess Maritza) is an operetta in three acts composed by Hungarian composer Emmerich Kálmán, with a German libretto by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald. It premiered in Vienna on 28 February 1924 at the Theater an der Wien. As Countess Maritza, it made its New York City debut on 18 September 1926 at the Shubert Theatre, in an adaptation by Harry B. Smith, and with interpolated music by other composers, playing 318 performances. The show was staged by J. C. Huffman.

Charles Dutoit, Pascal Devoyon & Philharmonia Orchestra. Edward Higginbottom, New College Choir, Oxford & Capricorn Ensemble. More similar artists. Play similar artists. Let us know what you think of the Last.

The city’s own opera house, specifically dedicated to the modern musical theater of Richard Wagner – it was a clear counter to the venerable Unter den Linden Court Opera. And what’s more: the building on Bismarckstraße wasn’t just larger than all the other theaters in the city; by doing away with private boxes, it embodied the ideal of a democratic opera house, in which every seat offered a full view of the stage. Fritz Bornemann’s reconstruction of the building, opened in 1961, also remained true to the tradition of an opera for the people, without pomp and circumstance. Conductor Donald Runnicles is concurrently the General Music Director of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, Chief Conductor the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, and Music Director of the Grand Teton Music Festival in Jackson, Wyoming. He is also Principal Guest Conductor of the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.

New York Classical Concerts. The impoverished Count Tassilo has entered the service of Countess Maritza, who is surrounded by a host of admirers, as her estate manager. Their burgeoning love is disrupted by the arrival of Tassilo'’s sister Lisa, who is mistaken for his lover. But Lisa finds happiness with the charming Baron Koloman Zsupán and Tassilo’'s Aunt Bozena intervenes to make sure that there is a happy ending for the operetta’'s hero and heroine. Director, Thomas Enzinger Scenography, Toto Choreography, Bohdana Szivacz Lighting Design, Sabine Wiesenbauer Choir Master, Holger Kristen.

Otto Klemperer (14 May 1885 – 6 July 1973) was a German and German-American conductor and composer. He is widely regarded as one of the leading conductors of the 20th century. Otto Klemperer was born in Breslau, Silesia Province, then in Germany (now Wrocław, Poland), as a son of Nathan Klemperer, a native of Prague, Bohemia (today's Czech Republic). He also made a piano reduction of the second symphony. The two men became friends, and Klemperer became conductor at the German Opera in Prague in 1907 on Mahler's recommendation. Mahler wrote a short testimonial, recommending Klemperer, on a small card which Klemperer kept for the rest of his life. Later, in 1910, Klemperer assisted Mahler in the premiere of his Symphony No. 8, Symphony of a Thousand.


A Countess Maritza - Selections (Part 1)
B Countess Maritza - Selections (Part 2)

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded By – Telefunken
  • Published By – J. Albert & Son Pty. Ltd.
  • Manufactured By – Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) Limited


  • Conductor – Hansgeorg Otto
  • Orchestra – Orchestra Of The City Opera, Berlin*
  • Vocals – Jean Loehe*, Madlon Harder
  • Written-By – Emmerich Kalman*


Original German title: "Graefin Mariza"

With Chorus

Recorded by Telefunken in Europe

Manufactured by Amalgamated Wireless (Australasia) Limited. Sydney. Australia

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side A): 035678
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): 0 035678-I
  • Matrix / Runout (Label Side B): 035679
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): 0 035679