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Schön ist die Welt - Sample sheet music
Sample sheet music
Title Schön ist die Welt
Category Concert/wind/brass band
Subcategory Solo for voice/song
Instrumentation Ha (concert/wind band); VoSoTen (tenor vocal solo); Tnh (tenor horn)
Instrumentation/info Solo f. 1VoSoSop; / (or); 1Tnh
Format PrtStm (full score and parts)
Publisher's article no. KL 2287
Year of publication 2019
Price 74.50 EUR (incl. 10 % Austrian VAT)
Composer Lehár, Franz
Arranger Totzauer, Michael
Difficulty level 3+
Additional info/contents Song No. 5 from the operetta of the same name "Schön ist die Welt" ("The world is beautiful")
This wonderful Lehar aria can be performed as a vocal solo (tenor) as well as an instrumental solo!
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Video sample
External link external link https://youtu.be/_xWY3bTxfFM
Available yes yes
Programme notes: additional text

Schön ist die Welt is an operetta in three acts by Franz Lehár based on a libretto by Ludwig Herzer and Fritz Löhner-Beda. The work premiered on December 3, 1930 at the Metropol Theater in Berlin with Richard Tauber and Gitta Alpár. This is the new version of the operetta Endlich allein, which first appeared on stage on 10 February 1914 in the Theater an der Wien after a libretto by Alfred Maria Willner.

Lehár wrote one of his most demanding scores for "Schön ist die Welt". The critics were full of praise; only the audience did not appreciate the work as much as they had hoped. The composer succeeded best in the music for the second act, in which - unique in the history of operetta - only the two protagonists can be seen on stage.

Quelle/Source: Wikipedia

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