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Franz Lehár - The Land Of Smiles (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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  2. The Land of Smiles (English Chamber Orchestra/Richard Bonynge), an Album by Franz Lehár. Released 25 July on Telarc (catalog no. CD; CD). Genres: Operetta.
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  4. Lehár's way of orchestrating waltzes tends to go to the heavy side (Strauss jr. as an example is lighter); the recording makes that a little bit more worse, it's sometimes boomy. The orchestra is larger too. But Strauss and Lehár are from a different period. Lehár has .
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  8. We get two Lehár chestnuts sung in French. “Du bist mein ganzes Herz” from The Land of Smiles sounds more elegant as “Je t’ai donné mon cœur,” sung with movie-star glamour by Behr. Just as lovely is the transmutation of Camille’s aria from The Merry Widow into ““Viens dans ce joli pavillon.”/5(12).

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