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Janacek: Katia Kabanova / Cambreling, Denoke, Kuebler, Henschel

Janacek / Denoke / Kuebler / Cambreling
Release Date: 07/27/2010 
Label:  Kultur Video   Catalog #: 4535  
Composer:  Leos Janácek
Performer:  Dagmar PeckováAlena CokováHubert DelamboyeJane Henschel,   ... 
Conductor:  Sylvain Cambreling
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Czech Philharmonic OrchestraCzech Philharmonic Choir
Number of Discs: 1 
Length: 1 Hours 39 Mins. 

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Leos Janácek's opera Katia Kabanova follows the life of a middle-class family in the 1850s and is set on the banks of the Volga in a small town, Kalinove in Russia. Christopher Marthaler’s modern production takes place in the 1990s and sheds a new light on this intense drama.

Recorded at the Kleines Festspielhaus during the 1998 Salzburg Festival.

Cast & Crew:
Angela Denoke, Katia Kabanova
David Kuebler, Boris
Jane Henschel, Kabanicha
Hubert Delamboye, Tichon
Dagmar Peckova, Varvara
Henk Smits, Dikoj
Rainer Trost, Kudrjás
Federic Caton, Kuligin
Ulrika Precht, Glasa
Elisabeth Starzinger, Feklusa
Alena Cokova, A
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Ulrich Voss, A Man
Ludwig Hampe, Viola d’Amore

Czech Philharmonic Orchestra
Slovak Philharmonic Choir
Musical Direction: Sylvain Cambreling

Director: Christoph Marthaler
Stage Design & Costumes: Anna Viebrock
Film Director: Pierre Cavassilas
Photos: Ruth Walz

Region: 1 (US and Canada)
Running Time: 99 minutes
Color: Color
Format: NTSC, Widescreen
Sound: LPCM
Language: Czech
Subtitles: English
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Works on This Recording

Kát'a Kabanová by Leos Janácek
Performer:  Dagmar Pecková (Mezzo Soprano), Alena Coková (Voice), Hubert Delamboye (Tenor),
Jane Henschel (Mezzo Soprano), Henk Smits (Voice), David Kuebler (Tenor),
Angela Denoke (Soprano), Frédéric Caton (Bass), Rainer Trost (Tenor),
Ulrika Precht (Soprano), Elisaabeth Starzinger (Mezzo Soprano), Ulrich Voss (Voice)
Conductor:  Sylvain Cambreling
Orchestra/Ensemble:  Czech Philharmonic Orchestra,  Czech Philharmonic Choir
Period: 20th Century 
Written: 1919-1921; Brno, Czech Republic 

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