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FALL, L.: Rose von Stambul (Die) (The Rose of Stambul) [Operetta] (McCord, Kelly, Buchholz, G. Frantzen, Chicago Folks Operetta, J. Frantzen)

FALL, L.: Rose von Stambul (Die) (The Rose of Stambul) [Operetta] (McCord, Kelly, Buchholz, G. Frantzen, Chicago Folks Operetta, J. Frantzen)

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Chicago Folks Operetta


Frantzen, John


Aaron Benham

Soloist

Alison Kelly

Soloist

Eric Casady

Soloist

Erich Buchholz

Soloist

Gerald Frantzen

Soloist

John Frantzen

Soloist

Josh Prisching

Soloist

Julia Tarlo

Soloist

Khaki Pixely

Soloist

Michelle Buck

Soloist

Robert Morrissey

Soloist

Sarah Bockel

Soloist

Venue:

Percy Julian Auditoirum, Oak Park, Illinois



Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Opera


Classical

Total Time - 120:19
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FALL, L.: Rose von Stambul (Die) (The Rose of Stambul) [Operetta] (McCord, Kelly, Buchholz, G. Frantzen, Chicago Folks Operetta, J. Frantzen)

     
     
 

HERSH GLAGOV



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Die Rose von Stambul (Sung in English)

 
1 Act I Scene 1: May your dreams be filled with ecstasy (Bul-Bul, Women, Djamileh) - Scene 2: Is Kondja awake? (Desiree, Bul-bul) - Scene 3: My dear, lovely Mademoiselle Desiree (Kemal Pasha, Desiree) 5:36
 Michelle Buck Soloist
     
2 Act I Scene 4: Morning sun now beckons you to rise (Bul-bul, Women, Kondja) 5:33
 Gerald Frantzen Soloist
     
 

GERALD FRANTZEN

3 Act I Scene 5: Oh, good morning (Women, Kondja, Midili) 4:21
 Michelle Buck Soloist
     
4 Act I Scene 5: Another heartfelt song (Kondja, Midili, Emine) 2:40
 Eric Casady Soloist
     
5 Act I Scene 6: A foreign gentleman is here! (Djamileh, Midili, Kondja, Fridolin) 3:42
 Josh Prisching Soloist
     
 

LEO FALL

6 Act I Scene 6: Duet: A faithful daughter of tradition (Midili, Fridolin) 4:54
 Gerald Frantzen Soloist
     
 

HERSH GLAGOV

7 Act I Scene 7: Girls, I'm so happy (Kondja, Desiree, Bul-bul, Midili) 2:07
 John Frantzen Soloist
     
 

LEO FALL

8 Act I Scene 8: Fair daughters of Circassia (Bul-bul, Achmed) 4:08
 Josh Prisching Soloist
     
 

HERSH GLAGOV

9 Act I Scene 9: A thousand greetings dear, young man (Kemal Pasha, Achmed) 2:30
 Michelle Buck Soloist
     
 

LEO FALL

10 Act I Scene 10: My beloved Kondja (Kemal Pasha, Kondja, Achmed) 2:33
 Gerald Frantzen Soloist
     
 

HERSH GLAGOV

11 Act I: Finale: Have you heard this little song (Kondja, Achmed) 7:26
 Sarah Bockel Soloist
     
     


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1 Act II Scene 1: We are all here for a joyous occasion (Men, Women, Achmed, Fridolin) - Scene 3: My future son-in-law (Kemal Pasha, Achmed) 3:19
 Sarah Bockel Soloist
     
 

LEO FALL

2 Act II Scene 4: Let me offer my warmest welcome (Achmed, Durlane, Fatme) - Daughters of tradition, delicate and quiet (Achmed, Women) 3:37
 Robert Morrissey Soloist
     
 

GERALD FRANTZEN

3 Act II Scene 5: I have to take a peek into the bridal chamber (Midili, Fridolin) 2:54
 Khaki Pixely Soloist
     
 

LEO FALL

4 Act II Scene 5: Duet: I've never kissed a man before (Midili, Fridolin) 4:49
 Alison Kelly Soloist
     
5 Act II Scene 6: Behold, the radiant and lovely bride draws near (Women, Men, Achmed, Kondja, Kemal Pasha) 4:27
 Eric Casady Soloist
     
 

HERSH GLAGOV

6 Act II Scene 6: Sir, I am ready (Kondja, Achmed) 6:17
 Erich Buchholz Soloist
     
 

LEO FALL

7 Act II Scene 7: I'm still a little bashful (Fridolin, Durlane, Women, Midili) 4:39
 Robert Morrissey Soloist
     
 

HERSH GLAGOV

8 Act II Scene 8: Kondja we are finally alone (Achmed, Kondja) 3:45
 Robert Morrissey Soloist
     
9 Act II Scene 8: Will you dance? (Kondja, Achmed) 6:03
 Michelle Buck Soloist
     
 

LEO FALL

10 Act II: Finale: Who thinks about time when you're happy? (Achmed, Kondja) 8:14
 Julia Tarlo Soloist
     
 

HERSH GLAGOV

11 Act III Scene 1: Everything must go like clockwork tonight (Hotel Director, Band Leader) - Scene 2: Schatzi! (Fridolin, Midili) 2:17
 Aaron Benham Soloist
     
12 Act III Scene 2: Goodness knows how much I've tried (Midili, Fridolin) 2:27
 Erich Buchholz Soloist
     
13 Act III Scene 3: Where on God's green earth am I? (Mr. Muller, Bell Hop) - Scene 4: Are Mr. and Mrs. Fridolin Muller staying here? (Kondja, Bell Hop, Midili) 4:07
 Gerald Frantzen Soloist
     
14 Act III Scene 5: Attention please! (Hotel Director, Achmed) 1:23
 Erich Buchholz Soloist
     
 

GERALD FRANTZEN

15 Act III Scene 6: Two eyes full of yearning (Achmed) 4:15
 Aaron Benham Soloist
     
16 Act III Scene 7: Unbelievable! - Scene 8: Now listen - Scene 9: Achmed has gone crazy - Scene 10: Fridolin! - Scene 11: Oh no - Scene 12: Oh no, here she is (Fridolin, Achmed, Mr. Muller, Midili) 6:30
 John Frantzen Soloist
     
 

LEO FALL

17 Act III Scene 12: Trio: Oh daddy (Fridolin, Midili, Mr. Muller) 2:04
 Erich Buchholz Soloist
     
18 Act III Scene 13: Your intimate, romantic dinner (Hotel Director, Achmed) - Scene 14: It's just as I told you (Hotel Director, Kondja, Achmed) 3:42
 Julia Tarlo Soloist
 Frantzen, John


Leo Fall’s early career mirrored that of his famous contemporary Franz Lehár. Both were born in provinces of the Austro-Hungarian empire, and soon moved to the imperial capital, Vienna. There they both wrote a series of glorious operettas. Fall’s The Rose of Stambul, set in Ottoman Turkey, is a sparkling masterpiece that ran for fifteen months, the most successful such work since Lehár’s The Merry Widow, composed eleven years earlier. The plot offers comedy, mistaken identity, cultural misunderstandings, exoticism, and, of course, a romance that must overcome various obstacles, while Fall’s melodies are exquisitely beautiful, with numerous hit songs.

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