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Arts Set in Hungary: Compositions Set in Hungary, Operas Set in Hungary, the Gypsy Baron, La Damnation de Faust, Die Herzogin Von Chicago

Arts Set in Hungary: Compositions Set in Hungary, Operas Set in Hungary, the Gypsy Baron, La Damnation de Faust, Die Herzogin Von Chicago

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Chapters: Compositions Set in Hungary, Operas Set in Hungary, the Gypsy Baron, La Damnation de Faust, Die Herzogin Von Chicago, Grafin Mariza, Hungarian Rhapsodies, Ritter Pasman, Marinka, Die Csardasfurstin, the Gay Hussars, Der Zigeunerprimas, Baroness Lili, Gul Baba, Zsuzsi Kisasszony. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 55. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Emmerich Kalman item Grafin Mariza (Countess Mariza ) is an operetta in three acts composed by Hungarian composer Emmerich Kalman , with a libretto by Julius Brammer and Alfred Grunwald . It premiered in Vienna on 28 February 1924 at the Theater an der Wien .English adaptations As Countess Maritza , it made its New York debut at the Shubert Theatre , in an adaptation by Harry B. Smith, and with interpolated music by other composers, on 18 September 1926, playing 318 performances. Since the 1981 production by the Lubo Opera Company, however, most American productions have been straightforward English translations of the original, with Kalman's music intact.As Maritza , it opened in London at the Palace Theatre on 6 July 1938.There have been many movie versions and recordings.The 1959 musical Little Mary Sunshine , which lampoons older operettas and musicals, has a song -- "Do You Ever Dream of Vienna?" - that parodies Countess Maritza' s "Vienna Mine."Roles Role: Voice type: Premiere Cast, 28 February 1924 (Conductor: ) Synopsis Place: HungaryTime: Around 1924.Act I At the castle of the countess Mariza At the terrace of a castle with an adjacent park. Countess Mariza spends a long time of her life in the city, so she trusts her rural estate to her bailiff Count Tassilo, who is operating under the name of Torok. Tassilo hopes to earn a dowry for his sister Lisa she doesn't know about the impoverishment of the family. He rather likes his service: he has never seen h...