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Hilde Güden - Hilde Gueden Sings Operetta flac album

Performer: Hilde Güden
Title: Hilde Gueden Sings Operetta
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Hilde Gueden, Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Vienna Operetta Chorus, Robert Stolz ‎– Hilde Gueden Sings Operetta Evergreens. Label: Decca ‎– 475 394-2. Series: Classic Recitals – 475 394-2. Format: CD, Album, Reissue.

Complete your Hilde Gueden, Vienna State Opera Orchestra, Vienna Operetta Chorus, Robert Stolz collection.

The Austrian soprano Hilde Gueden, or Güden (15 September 1917 – 17 September 1988), was one of the most appreciated Straussian and Mozartian sopranos of her day. Her youthful and lively interpretations made her an ideal interpreter of roles like Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos and Susanna in Le nozze di Figaro. She was born Hulda Geiringer in Vienna, and studied singing with Otto Iro, piano with Maria Wetzelsberger, and dancing at the Vienna Music Academy

Hilde Gueden Sings Operetta. 12 tracks · 28 February 2011. Hilde Gueden Sings Operatic Evergreens. Verdi & Puccini Recital. 5 tracks · 31 October 2010.

Hilde Gueden was the real thing. Her first operetta studio session was held at Kingsway Hall in London in April 1949 with a pick-up ensemble conducted by Hans May. As well as two Lehár favourites, among these six tracks (CD1 5–10) are rarities by Nico Dostal and Franz Grothe. Two ‘Giuditta’ excerpts come from the 1957 complete set in which Gueden starred with her longtime colleague Waldemar Kmentt; and their duet from ‘Der Graf von Luxemburg’ is from the 1965 disc of excerpts. The celebrated Vilja-Lied, from the 1958 recording of ‘The Merry Widow’ has seldom, if ever, been better done.

Hilde Gueden Sings Operatic Evergreens.

The Austrian soprano Hilde Gueden, or Güden (September 15, 1917 - September 17, 1988) was one of the most appreciated Straussian and Mozartian sopranos of her day. Her youthful and lively interpretations made her an ideal interpreter of roles like Zerbinetta in Ariadne auf Naxos and Susanna in Le nozze. The Austrian soprano Hilde Gueden, or Güden (September 15, 1917 - September 17, 1988) was one of the most appreciated Straussian and Mozartian sopranos of her day. Early life She was born Hulda Geiringer in Vienna, and studied singing with Otto Iro, piano with Maria Wetzelsberger, and dancing at the Vienna Music Academy. She debuted, as Hulda Gerin, in 1937 in Benatzky's operetta Herzen im Schnee at the Vienna Volksoper.

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Hilde Güden - Primary Artist
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