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is a minor planet orbiting the Sun. It was discovered on 21 September 1909 August Kopff in Heidelberg.
She sang Tatiana ("Eugene Onegin") and Sophie ("Der Rosenkavalier") in 1911 and, in one of the many high points of her Viennese career, created
in the world première of the second version of Richard Strauss's "Ariadne auf Naxos", on October 4, 1916. She sang
36 times in Vienna.
Grist's Metropolitan Opera debut on February 25, 1966, was as Rosina in "Il barbiere di Siviglia". Additional roles throughout thirteen seasons included Gilda, Oscar, Olympia, Sophie and
Erika Köth (September 15, 1925, Darmstadt - February 21, 1989, Speyer) was a German operatic high coloratura soprano, particularly associated with the roles of
in a revival of Roland Manuel's "Isabelle et Pantalon" in 1959 alongside Liliane Berton conducted by Georges Prêtre.
In 1964, she made an acclaimed debut as
at the Salzburg Festival, where she performed throughout twelve seasons in Mozart and R. Strauss operas conducted by Karl Böhm, Zubin Mehta and Herbert von Karajan.
Her roles included: "Olympia" in "Tales of Hoffmann", "Norina" in "Don Pasquale", "
" in "Ariadne auf Naxos", "Queen of the Night" in "The Magic Flute", and the title characters in "Lucia di Lammermoor" and "Maria Stuarda".
She was quickly approached by a number of theatres and subsequently sang "Blondchen", "Madame Herz" (in "Der Schauspieldirektor"), "
" and "Zaïde" at the Opéra National de Lyon and the Opéra Bastille, as well as "Adele" in "Die Fledermaus" in Geneva.
In October 1994, Dessay made her Metropolitan Opera debut in New York in the role of Fiakermilli in Strauss's "Arabella", and returned there in September 1997 as
and in February 1998 as Olympia.
10. Richard Strauss: "Ariadne auf Naxos" (as
) with Lisa della Casa, Irmgard Seefried, Rudolph Schock and Karl Böhm (cond.); Chorus and Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera; rec.1954/live-Salzburg Festival (DG)
Ariadne is shown abandoned by her former lover, Theseus, on the desert island of Naxos, with no company other than the nymphs Naiad, Dryad, and Echo. Ariadne bewails her fate, mourns her lost love, and longs for death.
and her four companions from the burlesque group enter and attempt to cheer Ariadne by singing and dancing, but without success. In a sustained and dazzling piece of coloratura singing,
tells the Princess to let bygones be bygones and insists that the simplest way to get over a broken heart is to find another man. In a comic interlude, each of the clowns pursues
. Eventually, she chooses Harlequin, a baritone, and the two sing a love duet together while the other clowns express frustration and envy.
She made her European debut in 1983 with the Netherlands Opera in the title role of Handel's "Rodelinda". On European opera stages she performed beside other roles as
in Paris, Montpellier, Nice, Monte Carlo, as Susanna and Pamina in Madrid, as Blonchen in Munich, as Adina, Blondchen, Susanna,
in Hamburg, as Despina in Barcelona, as Oscar in Vienna, as Rodelinde in Amsterdam, and as Fiakermilli in "Arabella" at the Glyndebourne Opera Festival which was released as DVD from a recording of the 1984 season.
In 1954, the opera premiered at the Salzburg Festival Hall, staged by Josef Gielen with settings and costumes by Stefan Hlawa. Karl Böhm conducted the Vienna Philharmonic, Lisa Della Casa and Rudolf Schock sang Ariadne and Bacchus, Irmgard Seefried was the composer and Hilde Güden represented
. The production was repeated during the following summer, and then went to Vienna, where it premiered in 1956 with a new cast: Hilde Zadek and Josef Gostic as Ariadne and Bacchus, Christa Ludwig as composer and Erika Köth as
Margarethe Siems (20 December 1879 – 13 April 1952) was a German operatic soprano and voice teacher. A Kammersängerin of the Dresden State Opera, between 1909 and 1912 Siems created leading roles in three operas by Richard Strauss: Chrysothemis in "Elektra", the Marschallin in "Der Rosenkavalier", and
in "Ariadne auf Naxos".
Rolandi landed a contract with the New York City Opera in 1975, before graduating from the Curtis Institute that same year. Her operatic debut, at NYCO, was as Olympia in "Les contes d'Hoffmann" and as
in "Ariadne auf Naxos", for both of which she received critical acclaim. While in New York, Rolandi studied singing with Ellen Faull.
Dahl has sung in opera houses throughout North America, including the Los Angeles Music Center Opera, Houston Grand Opera, Dallas Opera, Colorado Symphony, Portland Opera, and Canadian Opera Company, and has performed over 25 roles. In 2006, she made her La Scala debut as
in "Ariadne auf Naxos".
Other roles include Tytania in "A Midsummer Night's Dream", Nanetta in "Falstaff", Hero in Berlioz's "Beatrice and Benedict",
in a concert performance of "Ariadne auf Naxos", Blonde in "The Abduction from the Seraglio", Adele in "Die Fledermaus", and "Show Boat" for a gala benefit for Carnegie Hall.
She sang at the Vienna State Opera from 1942 to 1946, in Mozart, Rossini and lighter Donizetti roles, such as: Susanna, Zerlina, Despina, Adina, Norina. She was chosen by Richard Strauss himself, to sing
in 1944, to celebrate his 80th birthday.
She began her career singing mostly soubrette roles, such as Blonde, Susanna and Despina; but she gradually expanded to light coloratura parts, such as Adina, Norina, Marie, Oscar, Nanetta and
, later adding more lyrical roles such as Pamina, Juliette and Manon. She also excelled in operas by Purcell, Handel, and Haydn, in which she can be heard on several recordings.
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