Die ungarische Hochzeit

Die ungarische Hochzeit (The Hungarian Wedding) is a 1939 operetta by Nico Dostal to a libretto by Hermann Hermecke. It was premiered 4 February 1939 in Stuttgart.[1][2]

RecordingsEdit

  • Die ungarische HochzeitAnny Schlemm, Franz Fehringer, Ruth Zillger, Willy Hofmann, Lissy Niemz, Jürgen Goslar, Hans Schanzara, Herta Talmar, Kurt Großkurth, Walter Gruberth, Paul Bürks, Herbert Hennies, Friedrich Himmelmann, Kölner Rundfunkchor & Kölner Rundfunkorchester, Franz Marszalek 1955
  • Die ungarische Hochzeit – Jevgenij Taruntsov, Regina Riel, Thomas Zisterer, Tomas Kovacic, Rita Peterl, Chor des Lehar Festivals Bad Ischl, Franz Lehar-Orchester, Marius Burkert. CPO, 2015
  • selections – Margit Schramm, Anton de Ridder, Willi Brokmeier, Isy Orén, Chor der Städtischen Bühnen Köln, Philharmonia Hungarica Roman Dostal EMI

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Andrew Lamb - 150 Years of Popular Musical Theatre 2000 0300075383 Page 230 "Most successful was Die ungarische Hochzeit, about a Hungarian Count's attempt to organise brides for a group of settlers. Soprano number Spiel mir das Lied von Gluck und Treu has helped keep Dostal's name in international circulation."
  2. ^ Robert Ignatius Letellier Operetta: A Sourcebook, Volume II 1443885088 2015 p. 741 "Other works like Die ungarische Hochzeit, with overt puszta characteristics, inevitably show the influence of Emmerich Kálmán's Magyar colouring, but nonetheless reveal Dostal's fine craftsmanship"