terça-feira, 16 de fevereiro de 2010

Kálmán, Emmerich - Arizona Lady


Lona Farell - Esther Rethy
Harry Sullivan - Benno Kusche
Chester Kingsbury Jr - Willy Hofmann
Nelly Nettleton - Brigitte Mira
Roy Dexter - Herbert Ernst Groh
Lopez Ibanez - Ernst Fritz Ferbringer
Jim Slaughter - Fritz Rasp
Bill Sanders - Hans Hermann Schaufuss
Bonita - Mady Rahl
Fox - Kurt Schaidler
Danny - Rolf Assel
Cavarelli - Kurt Grosskurth

Chor des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Orchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks
Werner Schmidt-Boelcke, 1953

CD1 - - - - CD2

9 comentários:

hugo z disse...

caro sic transit
o link do cd2 postado no rapidshare esta fora do circulo
hugo z

Herman disse...

Obrigado por nos avisar. Agora está ok.

David disse...

Link for CD2 is dead!

gpdlt2000 disse...

Thank you so much for this beautiful Kálmán rarity!

Anônimo disse...

This is Bob from Georgia USA.
Kalman's Arizona Lady is beautiful, fun, and a riot to an American born in Oregon, but lived in Texas, and visited Arizona and other South Western States. I've also read mamy, many novels of the old West, particularly those of Zane Grey.
We get amused at what we call Tex-Mex which refers to people of Mexican descent reared in Texas and who can talk with American and Mexican all mixed together. Some call this "dialect" Spanglish.
It is very humerous to hear German in the mix now.

Bravo for this piece of Cultural hash. I like it very much!

Anônimo disse...

It's me again, Herman:
Who is the tenor that sounds like mixture between Roswaenge and Tauber?

. disse...

Hi Bob! Here Richard.

I'm not sure. This is 1953 production and I was not born yet! eheheh
But I think he should be Herbert Ernst Groh. Thanx

. disse...

We have a phenomenon like the Spanglish here, called "Portunhol" (mezzo Portugues - mezzo Español). It is very common for us, because as you know all latin americans speaks Spanish, and in this side of the world we are the ones who speaks Portuguese.

Anônimo disse...

Hola, last writer:
tut -tut - tut, the Brazilians have great difficukty with those who say all Latin Americans speak Spanish. I had a friend from Recife, Brazil who always lecture against this slight of the Portugese.
I think it was funny, but he didn't.