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Product Details

  • Audio CD (Sept. 1 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: Pearl
  • ASIN: B000000WQ7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #313,822 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. Die Dreigroschenoper: Ballade von angenehmen Legen - K. Weill
2. Die Dreigroschenoper: Zweiter Dreigroschenfinale: Ballade uber die Frage, 'wovon lebt der Mensch?' - K. Weill
3. Die Dreigroschenoper: Die Songs der Dreigroschenoper: Seerauber - Jenny - Kanonensong - Liebeslied - Barbarasong - Tango-Ballade - Ballade von angenehmen Leben - Lied von der Unzulanglichikeit menslichen Strebens - Moritat von Mackie Messer - K. Weill
4. Die Dreigroschenoper: Overture - K. Weill
5. Die Dreigroschenoper: Moritat von Mackie Messer - K. Weill
6. Die Dreigroschenoper: Ballade von angenehmen Leben - K. Weill
7. Die Dreigroschenoper: Liebeslied - K. Weill
8. Die Dreigroschenoper: Kanonensong - K. Weill
9. Die Dreigroschenoper: Seerauber - Jenny - K. Weill
10. Die Dreigroschenoper: Ernster Dreigroschenfinale - K. Weill
See all 29 tracks on this disc
Disc: 2
1. Knickerbocker Holiday: The Scars - Kurt Weill
2. Lady In The Dark: Glamour Music Medley Including: Oh Fabulous One - Huxley - Girl Of The Moment - Kurt Weill
3. Lady In The Dark: One Life To Live - Kurt Weill
4. Lady In The Dark: This Is New - Kurt Weill
5. Lady In The Dark: The Princess Of Pure Delight - Kurt Weill
6. Lady In The Dark: It's Never Too Late To Mendelssohn - Kurt Weill
7. Lady In The Dark: Tchaikovsky (And Other Russians) - Kurt Weill
8. Lady In The Dark: The Saga Of Jenny - Kurt Weill
9. Lady In The Dark: My Ship - Kurt Weill
10. One Touch of Venus: I'm A Stranger Here Myself - Kurt Weill
See all 25 tracks on this disc

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Kurt Weill and Broadway fans will probably feel an intense need to have this album, and I'm not sure I'd be able to dissuade them. There's some good stuff on this recording, to be sure, but a great deal of it is in German, and much of it might not interest even someone with just a casual interest in the material chronicled. While there's a strong representation of The Threepenny Opera (all in German), the selections from Lady in the Dark featuring Gertrude Lawrence and Danny Kaye are vital, as are the tracks of Mary Martin and Kenny Baker performing selected numbers from One Touch of Venus. (You can also hear Walter Huston performing a song from Knickerbocker Holiday, though it is, for some strange reason, "The Scars." It's an interesting historical record, but not a great song.) Lotte Lenya also sings some as well, which is a treat, but overall, this is a highly variable recording. Make sure you know exactly what you're getting beforehand, or you may be likely to find yourself--as I do--listening to only half the album.
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By S. Futty on Feb. 1 2003
Come on! A chance to hear Bertolt Brecht sing his own Mack the Knife before Bobby Darrin messed it up! How many CDs are going to have that?!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Some good, some bad, all Weill. Jan. 1 2003
By Matthew Murray - Published on Amazon.com
Kurt Weill and Broadway fans will probably feel an intense need to have this album, and I'm not sure I'd be able to dissuade them. There's some good stuff on this recording, to be sure, but a great deal of it is in German, and much of it might not interest even someone with just a casual interest in the material chronicled. While there's a strong representation of The Threepenny Opera (all in German), the selections from Lady in the Dark featuring Gertrude Lawrence and Danny Kaye are vital, as are the tracks of Mary Martin and Kenny Baker performing selected numbers from One Touch of Venus. (You can also hear Walter Huston performing a song from Knickerbocker Holiday, though it is, for some strange reason, "The Scars." It's an interesting historical record, but not a great song.) Lotte Lenya also sings some as well, which is a treat, but overall, this is a highly variable recording. Make sure you know exactly what you're getting beforehand, or you may be likely to find yourself--as I do--listening to only half the album.
7 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Brecht sings! Feb. 1 2003
By S. Futty - Published on Amazon.com
Come on! A chance to hear Bertolt Brecht sing his own Mack the Knife before Bobby Darrin messed it up! How many CDs are going to have that?!


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