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Der Karneval in Rom

Der Karneval in Rom (The Carnival in Rome) —also known as Karneval in Rom— is an operetta in three acts composed by Johann Strauss II to a libretto by Josef Braun, Richard Genée and Maximilian Steiner. It was Strauss' second operetta and based on Victorien Sardou's 1861 comedy Piccolino.[1] The work premiered on 1 March 1873 at the Theater an der Wien.[2]

Roles [ edit ]

Role Voice type Premiere cast, 1 March 1873

(Conductor: Johann Strauss II)
Marie, a girl from the country soprano Marie Geistinger
Arthur Bryk, a painter tenor Albin Swoboda, Sr.
Count Falconi baritone Carl Adolf Friese
Countess Falconi soprano Caroline Charles-Hirsch  [de]
Robert Hesse, a painter and Arthur's friend baritone Alfred Schreiber  [de]
Benvenuto Rafaeli, a painter and Arthur's friend tenor Jani Szika
Donna Sofronia, head of a ladies school contralto
Therese, a young bride soprano Mme Charles-Rothier
Franz, a young groom tenor
Toni tenor
Sepp tenor
Martin tenor

References [ edit ]

Notes

  1. ^ Der Karneval in Rom, Chicago Public Library Catalogue
  2. ^ Traubner (2003) p. 115

Sources

  • "Strauss II, J.: Famous Overtures CD". NaxosDirect. Archived from the original on 2009-05-05. Retrieved 2008-10-11.
  • Traubner, Richard (2003) Operetta: A Theatrical History, Routledge. ISBN 0-415-96641-8
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