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The Beggar Student

The Viennese Light Opera Company, Robert Stolz

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The Beggar Student  
1.1
No. 1 - Und da soll man galant sein
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
2:17
1.2
No 2. - Ach, unsre Lieben sperrte man ein
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
4:39
1.3
No. 3 - Die Welt hat das genialste Streben
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
2:56
1.4
No. 4 - Juchheissa, hurrah, Die Messe beginnt
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
6:28
1.5
No. 5 - Das ist der Fürst Wybicki
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
1:57
1.6
No. 6 - Du bist die Seine, er ist die Deine
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
2:52
1.7
No. 7 - Soll ich reden?
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
7:33
1.8
No. 8 - Ich hab' kein Geld
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
5:28
1.9
No. 9 - Durich diesen Kuss
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
1:32
1.10
No. 10 - Klinget, Feierglocken, klinget
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
11:26
1.11
No. 11 - Musical Interlude
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
2:20
1.12
No. 12 - Was Hore Ich
Carl Millöcker; The Viennese Light Opera Company; Robert Stolz
3:07
Total Playing Time    52:35
Der Bettelstudent (The Beggar Student) is an operetta in three acts by Carl Millöcker with a German libretto by Camillo Walzel (under the pseudonym of F. Zell) and Richard Genée, based on Les noces de Fernande by Victorien Sardou and The Lady of Lyons by Edward Bulwer-Lytton. However, the librettists added the element of combining love and politics to the French comedy plots. It premiered in Vienna in 1882. With this stunning legacy recording, the Viennese Light Opera Company and Robert Stolz reignite the classic opera, continuing the Viennese tradition!
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Period Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-12 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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