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Tsar Has His Photograph Taken Import


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1. The Tsar Has His Potograph Taken - Kolner Rundfuckchor/Herbert Schernus
2. Yes? Studio Angele. Who's That? - Carla Pohl/Thomas Lehrberger/Kolner Rundfuckchor/Herbert Schernus
3. Keep Quiet! Don't Make A Movt! - Carla Pohl/Thomas Lehrberger/Ulla Tocha/Marita Napier/Heinz Kruse/Hilke Helling/Mario Brell...
4. Forgive My Dress; I'm Here Incognito, Madame! - Barry McDaniel/Marita Napier/Kolner Rundfuckchor/Herbert Schernus
5. Your Majesty, May I Suggest You Sit Here? - Barry McDaniel/Marita Napier/Kolner Rundfuckchor/Herbert Schernus
6. Urgent Message From The Chief Of Police - Barry McDaniel/Marita Napier/Hans Franzen/Kolner Rundfuckchor/Herbert Schernus
7. From The Police Another Urgent Message - Barry McDaniel/Marita Napier/Hans Franzen/Kolner Rundfuckchor/Herbert Schernus
8. But Why Put On A Record Now? - Barry McDaniel/Marita Napier/Hans Franzen/Heinz Kruse/Hilke Helling/Mario Brell/Kolner...
9. He's Under Cushions! Put On Your Uniforms! - Barry McDaniel/Carla Pohl/Kolner Rundfuckchor/Herbert Schernus

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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Interesting, strong performance Dec 16 2007
By Tanis - Published on Amazon.com
This curious one-act Opera Buffa is a wry little parable about assassins planning to kill the Tsar when he has his photograph taken. Andele, the photographer, is replaced by the False Angele, but the Tsar proves to be a young man who simply wants friendship, and the would-be assassin, instead of killing him, plays a tango on the gramophone, before the Tsar's official duties summon him again. Jan Latham-Konig in this 1984 recording directs a strong performance, though the dryly recorded orchestra is consigned to the background. The voices fare better, though Barry McDaniel is not ideally steady as the Tsar.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Aug. 29 2005
By Erika - Published on Amazon.com
This cd is good quality for money. I just love the voice of Carla Pohl.


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