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The Merry Widow by Franz Lehar

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The Merry Widow by Franz Lehar

Soloists: Anta Jankovska (Italy), Nauris Indzeris, Marlena Keine, Emils Kivlenieks, Three Latvian tenors e.t.c.

Operetta orchestra, choir, dancers.    
Conductor: Guntars Bernats  
Director: Janis Kaijaks           
Choreographer Alberts Kivlenieks


What this operetta is about? "When lips turn silent, violins utter: do love me…", sing the characters of The Merry Widow. Let this catchy violin tune guide you through all the amorous perplexities and adventures of this operetta.
After its premiere at the Theater an der Wien on 30 December 1905, "Die lustige Witwe" turned out one of the most commercially successful and universally appealing operettas of all time. In its first few years "The Merry Widow" became a veritable forest fire, whose success swept throughout continental Europe.
First produced in London in 1907, it received 778 performances attended by nearly a million people, and their king, Edward VII, was four times among them! Performed over 5000 times in the USA, it received five simultaneous productions in five languages in Buenos Aires.
"The Merry Widow" made Franz Lehar internationally famous, and triggered a brisk sideline of "Merry Widow" products - hats, bonnets, corsets, cigarettes and cocktails.

"The Merry Widow" has, for almost one hundred years now, broken box-office records, receiving over 250 000 performances in 25 different languages all over the world, as well as countless recordings, films and television features (among them were some rather bizarre formats for an operetta, such as a silent 14-minute film shot in Sweden in 1907), full-length ballets, ice-show, etc. - no medium yet devised has not featured this 'queen of operettas'.       

In 2 parts,  2 h 25 min
For more information call Ticket Box Office 9000 2000O

Operetta Theatre informacion No.: 25123145, email: [email protected]
Latvijas operetes fonds/ Operetta Theatre (Latvia Operetta Foundation) institutes a new operetta theatre in Latvia.

 

 

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Buy

The Merry Widow by Franz Lehar

Soloists: Anta Jankovska (Italy), Nauris Indzeris, Marlena Keine, Emils Kivlenieks, Three Latvian tenors e.t.c.

Operetta orchestra, choir, dancers.    
Conductor: Guntars Bernats  
Director: Janis Kaijaks           
Choreographer Alberts Kivlenieks


What this operetta is about? "When lips turn silent, violins utter: do love me…", sing the characters of The Merry Widow. Let this catchy violin tune guide you through all the amorous perplexities and adventures of this operetta.
After its premiere at the Theater an der Wien on 30 December 1905, "Die lustige Witwe" turned out one of the most commercially successful and universally appealing operettas of all time. In its first few years "The Merry Widow" became a veritable forest fire, whose success swept throughout continental Europe.
First produced in London in 1907, it received 778 performances attended by nearly a million people, and their king, Edward VII, was four times among them! Performed over 5000 times in the USA, it received five simultaneous productions in five languages in Buenos Aires.
"The Merry Widow" made Franz Lehar internationally famous, and triggered a brisk sideline of "Merry Widow" products - hats, bonnets, corsets, cigarettes and cocktails.

"The Merry Widow" has, for almost one hundred years now, broken box-office records, receiving over 250 000 performances in 25 different languages all over the world, as well as countless recordings, films and television features (among them were some rather bizarre formats for an operetta, such as a silent 14-minute film shot in Sweden in 1907), full-length ballets, ice-show, etc. - no medium yet devised has not featured this 'queen of operettas'.       

In 2 parts,  2 h 25 min
For more information call Ticket Box Office 9000 2000O

Operetta Theatre informacion No.: 25123145, email: [email protected]
Latvijas operetes fonds/ Operetta Theatre (Latvia Operetta Foundation) institutes a new operetta theatre in Latvia.

 

 

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