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WEILL, K.: Zaubernacht (Magic Night) [Children's Pantomine] (Vegry, Arte Ensemble)

The Classical Shop
release date: June 2013

Originally recorded in 2013


Ania Vegry


University of Texas Wind Ensemble


Record Label


Ballet & Dance


Total Time - 58:35
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WEILL, K.: Zaubernacht (Magic Night) [Children's Pantomine] (Vegry, Arte Ensemble)

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Zaubernacht (Magic Night)

1 Andante non troppo 1:37
2 Lied der Fee 2:32
3 Allegro molto 1:36
4 Langsamer Walzer 2:27
5 Allegro 0:39
6 Zogernd 1:56
7 Molto vivace 1:06
8 Andantino 1:11
9 Allegro giocoso 2:01
10 Die Achtel etwas schneller als vorher die Viertel 2:42
11 Molto agitato 3:43
12 Moderato, molto misterioso 4:13
13 Anmutig bewegt 2:50
14 Ruhiger 6:22
15 Alla Marcia funebre 2:11
16 Quasi doppio movimento 0:53
17 In schnellem Marschtempo 1:19
18 Trio 2:17
19 Allegro molto 4:19
20 Walzer: Allegro 3:08
21 Andantino 1:20
22 Gavotte 1:29
23 Molto furioso 1:33
24 Animato 0:45
25 Wie am Anfang 4:26
 Ania Vegry Soloist

Recording Premiere of the Original Version of the children’s pantomime entitled Zaubernacht (Magic Night) composed by Kurt Weill.  We have only recently learned of the score’s existence when it surprisingly resurfaced in a publisher’s safe in 2006.  Listen now to the elegant toy waltzes, marches, and polkas in their original form. 

 "... Weill fans will want this, and some people will want it for their children. I like it just for the sheer beauty and fun of the music."

Charles H Parsons - American Record Guide - September/October 2013

                           Performance ****        Recording *****

"... The Arte Ensemble players enjoy themselves hugely in this entertaining score, projecting the music with wit and a good deal of technical sophistication."

Erik Levi - BBC Music magazine - November 2013

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