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Composer: Lehár, Franz (1870-1948)

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BrugesLa Veuve joyeuse

Lehár: Die lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow)
Brussels Philharmonic; Hervé Niquet; Flemish Radio Choir; François Pirette

BrusselsLa Veuve joyeuse

Lehár: Die lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow)
Brussels Philharmonic; Hervé Niquet; Flemish Radio Choir; François Pirette

RoeselareLa Veuve joyeuse

Lehár: Die lustige Witwe (The Merry Widow)
Brussels Philharmonic; Hervé Niquet; Flemish Radio Choir; François Pirette

LucerneSilvesterkonzert «Viva la Diva»

© Sandra Ludewig
Handel, Porpora, Mozart, Rossini, Donizetti, Dostal, Massenet, Stolz, Lehár, Strauss I, Holländer, Straus, Bernstein
Zurich Chamber Orchestra; Simone Kermes; Willi Zimmermann

LondonStrauss Gala

Strauss II, Lehár
Orchestra of St John's; John Lubbock; Christopher Turner; Ilona Domnich
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An effervescent Merry Widow from State Opera in Adelaide

Antoinette Halloran (Hanna Glawari) © Darren Williams
Joyful, enthusiastic singing, dancing and music combined for a very entertaining The Merry Widow with delightfully cast lead roles. 
****1
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Opera North's energetic Merry Widow

Alex Otterburn (Cascada), Máire Flavin (Hanna Glawari) and Alex Banfield (St Brioche) © Robert Workman
Giles Havergal directs and Martin André conducts an energetic production of Franz Léhar's The Merry Widow at the Grand Theatre, Leeds.
***11
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An utterly charming night with The Merry Widow

Adam Bull (Danilo) and Amber Scott (Hanna) © Daniel Boud
The Australian Ballet shines in a gloriously romantic and sumptuous staging of The Merry Widow.  
****1
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La Fenice's superb new Widow is always Merry, even without sequins and ostrich feathers

Christoph Pohl (Count Danilo) © Michele Crosera
Damiano Michieletto's new production in Venice sets the operetta in the 1950s. 
*****
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Stars and the score shine in The Count of Luxembourg

Kay Stiefermann (René, Graf von Luxemburg) and Romana Noack (Angèle Didier) © Hans Jörg Michael
Baritone Kay Stiefermann steals hearts at the eponymous Count of Luxembourg, in an operetta so charming that neither musical missteps nor a mixed-up staging can sink it.
***11
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