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  1. Richard Strauss’s Der Rosenkavalier: A survey of all ten studio recordings and selected live performances by Ralph Moore Der Rosenkavalier is Strauss’ most popular opera by far, regularly performed worldwide and maintaining a secure place in the repertoire since its premiere in 1911. Nonetheless, many of its most

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  2. Context. First performed in Dresden, on January 26, 1911, Strauss’s romantic comedy Der Rosenkavalier was immediately successful, and has since enjoyed a place as one of the best-loved operas in the canon. The librettist, Hofmannsthal had already written Elektra for Strauss, so this was their second collaboration, and they now enjoyed a much ...

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  4. Der Rosenkavalier, (German: The Knight of the Rose) comic opera in three acts by German composer Richard Strauss (German libretto by Austrian dramatist Hugo von Hofmannsthal) that premiered at the Dresden Royal Opera House on January 26, 1911. Hofmannsthal had written the play upon which Strauss based Elektra, but Der Rosenkavalier was their first close collaboration. Hofmannsthal took several ...

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  6. Der Rosenkavalier is a worn-out, dissipated demi-mondaine, with powdered face, rouged lips, false hair, and a hideous leer. In Short Born: June 11, 1864, in Munich, Germany Died: September 8, 1949, in Garmisch- Partenkirchen Work composed: The opera Der Rosenka-valier, from which this suite is extracted, was written in 1909–10, completed on ...

  7. The score of Der Rosenkavalier is lush, rich, and romantic to an extraordinary degree—perhaps surprisingly so, considering that the composer had written the disturbingly edgy and modern Elektra only two years earlier. The presentation of the rose, with its soaring vocal lines sprinkled with flute chords reflecting the

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