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Lehar: Das Land Des Lachelms / Serafin, Habermann, Kerschbaum

Lehar / Serafin / Habermann / Kerschbaum / Choi
Release Date: 10/30/2007 
Label:  Videoland   Catalog #: 7  
Composer:  Franz Lehár
Performer:  Volker WahlGideon SingerToru TanabeYuko Mitani,   ... 
Conductor:  Rudolf Bibl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Mörbisch Festival Orchestra
Number of Discs: 1 
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Notes and Editorial Reviews

FRANZ LEHAR: Harald Serafin; Ingrid Habermann; Dietmar Kerschbaum; Sangho Choi; Yuko Mitani; Toru Tanabe; Gedeon Singer; Volker Wahl; Nora Miedler; Julia Resinger; The Hunan Provincial Song and Dance Troupe;Union Turniertanzformation Gold und Silber; Statisterie der Seefe FRANZ LEHAR: Das Land des Lachelns (Land of Smiles), Operetta.NTSC All Region; Dolby Digital; 4:3; Approx. 120 mins.; Subtitles in English, French, Italian and Spanish. FRANZ LEHAR: Harald Serafin; Ingrid Habermann; Dietmar Kerschbaum; Sangho Choi; Yuko Mitani; Toru Tanabe; Gedeon Singer; Volker Wahl; Nora Miedler; Julia Resinger; The Hunan Provincial Song and Dance Troupe;Union Turniertanzformation Gold und Silber; Statisterie der Seefe FRANZ LEHAR: Das Land des Lachelns (Land of Smiles), Operetta.NTSC All Region; Dolby Digital; 4:3; Approx. 120 mins.; Subtitles in English, French, Italian and Spanish. Read less

Works on This Recording

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Das Land des Lächelns by Franz Lehár
Performer:  Volker Wahl (Actor), Gideon Singer (Voice), Toru Tanabe (Voice),
Yuko Mitani (Voice), Ingrid Habermann (Soprano), Harald Serafin (Tenor),
Dietmar Kerschbaum (Tenor), Sangho Choi (Voice)
Conductor:  Rudolf Bibl
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Mörbisch Festival Orchestra
Period: Romantic 
Written: 1929; Vienna, Austria 

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review:  1 Customer Review )
 Bel Canto fan November 2, 2012 By Perry S. (New Plymouth, -) See All My Reviews "I already had the film version of this operetta on DVD - with Rene Kollo and Birgit Pitsch-Sarata, but do not like her voice. I find this production and the singers much more to my liking. Morbisch does things on a grand scale and so far I have found they do it very well. Choi's, Sou Chang does not reach the standard of Tauber or indeed Kollo, but is very satisfactory. The others are all good. I foung that using Asians made it more realistic and added to the viewing. Photography and sound are excellent, so overall, a good buy." Report Abuse
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