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Work: Die Frau ohne Schatten [Strauss R.]

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ComposerStrauss, Richard (1864-1949)
Work typeOpera / Oratorio
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Die Frau ohne Schatten

Strauss R.: Die Frau ohne Schatten
Fabio Luisi; David Pountney; Zurich Opera; Robert Israel; Marie-Jeanne Lecca; Evelyn Herlitzius; Emily Magee

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Kirill Petrenko; Krzysztof Warlikowski; Bavarian State Opera; Malgorzata Szczęśniak; Wolfgang Koch; Ricarda Merbeth
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Die Frau Ohne Schatten a musical treat in Munich

A revival of the new production of Die Frau ohne Schatten at the Munich Opera Festival brings back four of the principals in a brilliantly sung performance of Richard Strauss' masterpiece.
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Die Frau ohne Schatten in Leipzig

For an inventive production, fine singing and magnificent orchestral playing, this new Leipzig Die Frau ohne Schatten deserves every success.

Revelatory playing in the Royal Opera's Die Frau ohne Schatten

Semyon Bychkov gave a reading of such clarity and quality that everything seemed obvious. In his hands, the orchestra was a precision instrument, and for Strauss fans, whether or not you like Claus Guth's staging, this production is a must-see.
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The Met: Die Frau ohne Schatten

The unnecessary celebrations of Richard Strauss’ 150th birthday seem to have begun early at the Metropolitan Opera. Two weeks after this Die Frau ohne Schatten comes Der Rosenkavalier, and a few months after that Arabella. By the standards of Strauss at the Met, Herbert Wernicke’s Frau is still new at only a dozen years old.
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Musical drama with Vladimir Jurowski and the London Philharmonic Orchestra

Strauss’ Die Frau Ohne Schatten is perhaps his most problematic opera, in that it contains all that is best and worst in him, to the most maddening degrees.
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