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Juliane Banse
Per Amore - Opera Arias
1 CD | 57min | Nr. 93.262
CD 1: » Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: Temerari… Come scoglio (from: Così fan tutte K 0588)
» Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart: E Susanna non vien... Dove sono i bei momenti (from: Le nozze di Figaro K 492)
» Carl Maria von Weber: Wie nahte mir der Schlummer - Leise, leise, fromme Weise (from: Der Freischütz)
» Peter Tschaikowsky: Und sei's mein Untergang (Act 1: Tatyana, Letter Scene - from: Eugen Onegin op. 024)
» Bedrich Smetana: Endlich allein - wie fremd und tot ist alles umher (Recitativo and Aria of Marie, Act 3, Scene 6 - from: Die verkaufte Braut)
» Giacomo Puccini: Si, mi chiamano Mimi (from: La Bohème)
» Giacomo Puccini: O mio babbino caro (from: Gianni Schicchi)
» Jules Massenet: Allons! Il le faut - Adieu, notre petite table (Aria of Manon, Act 2, Scene 4 - from: Manon)
» Georges Bizet: C'est des contrebandiers - Jes dis que rien (Recitativo and Aria of Micaela, Act 3, Scene 5 - from: Carmen)
» Charles Gounod: O Dieu, que de bijoux! - Ah, je ris (from: Faust)

• The first solo recording of the famous soprano Juliane Banse

• Dramatic interpretations of the most popular love arias, accompanied by the Deutsche Radio-Philharmonie, conducted by Christoph Poppen

• See Juliane Banse as Agathe in Jens Neubert’s prize-winning film, “Hunter’s Bride” – based on Weber’s “Die Freischutz” in theater’s and film festivals worldwide this fall.

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, the stellar German soprano Juliane Banse brings you – „Per Amore.” Rather than being a standard program of love duets and tearjerkers, Ms. Banse has selected a highly intelligent recital that offers an operatic perspectives of love, from a woman’s point-of-view. Throughout her career, Juliane Banse has distinguished herself not only for the beauty of her singing, but for the depth of her characterizations and deep empathy with the emotional world of the women she is portraying, whether they are shy or sly, seductive or suffering.