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Music & Other Recordings

CDs with: Büchner, Eberhard

Der Kuhhandel Auszüge = Excerpts / Kurt Weill.
CD 796
Historia von D. Johann Fausten (Opera)
CD 1913
Historia von D. Johann Fausten Alfred Schnittke.
CD 1913
Historia von Doktor Johann Fausten
CD 1913
Kuhhandel. Selections
CD 796
Selections
Thamos, King of Egypt : KV. 345 : choruses and incidental music (45:00) -- Ballet music from Idomeneo : KV. 367 (27:00) -- Ballet music from Les petits riens : KV. App. 10 (20:00) -- Ballet intermezzo : KV. 299c / completed and orchestrated by Erik Smith (20:00) -- Music for a pantomime : KV. 446 : Pantalon und Colombine / completed and orchestrated by Franz Beyer (28:00).
CD 1225 v. 25
Theatre and ballet music Mozart.
Thamos, King of Egypt : KV. 345 : choruses and incidental music (45:00) -- Ballet music from Idomeneo : KV. 367 (27:00) -- Ballet music from Les petits riens : KV. App. 10 (20:00) -- Ballet intermezzo : KV. 299c / completed and orchestrated by Erik Smith (20:00) -- Music for a pantomime : KV. 446 : Pantalon und Colombine / completed and orchestrated by Franz Beyer (28:00).
CD 1225 v. 25