Misc. Notes, This edition contains an interpolated number (№8-bis, act 2), composed by V.P. Valentinov, the author of the Russian text. In all other respects it. Franz LEHÁR ( – ) Zigeunerliebe (Gipsy Love) – Romantic operetta in three acts, First version () Johanna Stojkovic (soprano) – Zorika; Dagmar. Franz Lehár. Zigeunerliebe (Gypsy Love), operetta in 3 acts. Composition Information ↓; Description ↓; Parts/Movements ↓; Appears On ↓. Share on.
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Old Dragotin is trying to impress the free-living lady with his potential as a lover and overcome her doubts about his virility, but Ilona reckons that she knows the only recipe for eternal youth.
He does not have a gipsy daughter.
The name Zorika was given to a subsidiary role. Alfred Maria Willner Zigeunerlebe Bodanzky He sacrifices his hopes of happiness for the sake of his people – and Miranda. Introspection Late Night Partying. Zigeunerliebe, with a book by Alfred Maria Willner and Robert Bodanzky, is the story of a young woman, Zorika, who is engaged to Jonel, but is unsure of her feelings toward him.
Zigeunerliebe (Gypsy Love), operetta in 3 acts
Willner and Robert Bodanzky. The libretto is marked by a wide range of dramatic affect, from yearning and doubt to conceit and pretension, from unbounded lust to restrained intimacy. Contemporary critics and theater managers recognized the Puccini -like tendencies of Zigeunerliebe, especially evident in the soaring vocal lines, lush, Romantic orchestration, and the love-story setting free from the comic elements and frivolity of the composer’s Der Graf von Luxemburg or Die lustige Witwe.
In the end, however, he always finds his way back to the lively language which characterizes his music. Contents 1 Performances 1. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. His reputation is a little dusty now and Ilona continues to keep him at bay without too much trouble, viewing the whole proceedings with an air of cynicism until the champagne brings out all her wild gipsy instincts.
In all other respects it follows faithfully the German editions of Karczag and Glocken Zorika, knowing that she can never love in gipsy style, turns on her heels and flees. Then, as the storm dies away, the skies brighten, and the sound of a violin is heard.
As he opens his arms to her, she declares that she is his and will devote her entire life to him. The original version of the operetta was premiered at the Carltheater in Vienna on January 8, Boyars, Hungarian soldiers, Romanian and Hungarian countryfolk, gipsies, gipsy musicians, waitresses, village children.
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Sexy Trippy All Moods. The zigeunerlibee clamour round her, longing to know if she will reward one of them with her favours. Zorika recalls the popular belief that, if a bride drinks of the water of the Czerna River, she will be able to see the future. Streams Videos All Posts.
Valentin ValentinovRussian text. Gipsy Love Zigeunerliebe A romantic operetta in 3 acts. In her confusion, she remembers a superstition told her by her nurse, telling that anyone drinking from the River Czerna on Annunciation Eve will see into the future. Not for her the vagabond life and vagabond love of the gipsy folk. Please obey leehar copyright laws of your country.
He does so, lejar his success with Zorika and, when Jonel comes in search of his engagement kiss, Zorika, her mind and heart in a whirl, refuses him. Seeing her father, Zorika goes to him, but he denies her.
Valentin Petrovich Valentinov – Russian liberttist, composer, stage director and entrepreneur. Zigrunerliebe is very unlikely that this work is public domain in the EU, or in any country where the copyright term is life-plus years. The gipsy boy is deferential to the daughter of the local landowner, but Zorika is a democratic girl, and she is happy to let a conversation develop. ACT 3 While Zorika has been looking into the future, the party for her engagement to Jonel has continued at Dragotin’s hunting lodge.
Jonel arrives for the engagement party, decked out in a splendid Boyar costume and accompanied by army officers and other guests, lear be welcomed happily by the elderly widower Zigeunerliege. In the latest version of the world-famous operetta, the setting is Victorian England. Zorika, her mind in a turmoil, refuses the flowers and insists that Jonel has yet to prove that he is the right man for her. His violin begins to play, as the voice of Jonel is heard calling romantically through the night.