Mozart (Magic Flute, Figaro, Don Giovanni) Choose 45%
Other choose 45%
Verdi (La Traviata, AIDA, Rigoletto) Choose 9%
Wagner (The ring of the Nibelungen, Tristan and Isolde) Choose 0%
r. Strauss (Rosenkavalier, Salome) Choose 0%
Puccini (Tosca, Madama Butterfly, La Boheme) Choose 0%
Bizet (Carmen) Choose 0%
I like to hear operas. There are several composers whose music likes me.
- Rameau - Platee / Dardanus / Hippolyte et Aricie
- Mozart - Le Nozze di Figaro
- Berlioz - La Damnation de Faust / Les Troyens / Beatrice et Benedict / Benvenuto Cellini
- Mussorgsky - Boris Godunov / Khovanshchina / The Fair of Sorotschintzi / Salammbo
- Tchaikovsky - Eugen Onegin
- Wagner - The Ring of the Nibelungs
- Grain Gold - The Tote City
- Prokofiev - Love for Three Oranges / War & Peace / The Gambler / Betrothal in A Monastery
- Shostakovich - Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk ("Katerina Izmailova")
- Britten - Peter Grimes / Billy Budd / A Midsummer Night's Dream
A BIWhat to listen to what:
I'm not a big opera fan - the operetta is much better and I like various from Emmerich Kálmán ("the Csárdásfürstin") about Johann Strauss ("the bat" ) And Ralph Benatzky ("in White Rössl on Wolfgangsee") to Walter Kollo. Also related to this related voices, such as those of René Kollo I like to listen - but everything at his time; Actually, I prefer pop music of all kinds, German-language songwrites and chansons as well as more sophisticated stuff by James Last (not his hinta-hinta phase).
Richard Wagner has musically greatStuff made, but he was such a Jewish enemy , which, among other things, manifested his pamphlet "Judenthum in the music" the most distinctive - I mean yes, his works are not listed in Israel until today will. Also on the green hill you will never meet.
What I like to be very happy for this since my youth is "Anatevka" - Although it is gentle rather one of the musicals, but in my opinion a border walk, which could fit into the operetta tray. Gunther Emmlich has in my opinion the most beautiful "when I once rich would be" adaption (Tevje, the milkman) presented.
Mozart Since I grown up, especially the piece The Magic Flute is one of my favorites even if IIt is not until 15;) I'm looking forward to seeing the magic flute times :)
I have to say honestly, I'm not the biggest fan of operas. Symphonies are more of mine, I also hear something from most of the composers listed here. But most likely I would vote for Mozart, because I liked the magic flute pretty much.
TravisThe magic flute I find very, very successful.