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  1. Der Rosenkavalier ( The Knight of the Rose or The Rose-Bearer [1] ), Op. 59, is a comic opera in three acts by Richard Strauss to an original German libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal. [2] It is loosely adapted from Louvet de Couvrai 's novel Les amours du chevalier de Faublas and Molière 's comedy Monsieur de Pourceaugnac. [3]

  2. 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. Background and context Strauss, Richard

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  3. Jul 19, 2014 · The real Strauss, it was felt, had finally emerged – his melodic gift, his sensitivity to language, his grasp of character, his affectionate recreation of an elegant past, all unshackled from the...

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  5. Strauss’s magnificent score, likewise, works on several levels, combining the refinement of Mozart with the epic grandeur of Wagner. Creators Richard Strauss (1864–1949) composed an impressive body of orchestral works and songs before devoting the second half of his long and productive career to the stage.

  6. Richard Strauss: Der Rosenkavalier. It is beautifully apt that, in 1911, it was a Strauss who set the Austro-Hungarian Empire alight with a sumptuous, elegant grand ball of an opera, set in the Vienna of Maria Theresa. This Strauss, though, was a very different 'Kessel der Fische' from the toe-tapping Johanns I and II.

  7. Work Title Der Rosenkavalier Alt ernative. Title Komödie für Musik in drei Akten Name Translations 玫瑰騎士; Il cavaliere della rosa; Rosenkavaleren; Ruusuritari; ばらの騎士; El caballero de la rosa; Кавалер розы; 장미의 기사; Rosenkavaljeren; Кавалер троянди; A rózsalovag; Cavalerul rozelor; Kawaler srebrnej róży; Kavalir z rožo; Růžový kavalír ...

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