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Smetana was a confirmed Wagnerian who bridled under the usual criticism of that breed: Wagnerians are great at your typical end-of-the-world conflagration, but they are about as funny as a slow tour of a sausage factory. The first few years following its 1871 premiere, now in its familiar three act version, were largely unsuccessful. All that changed when the libretto was translated into German by Max Kalbeck.It became the basis for the subsequent wildly successful performances at the Theater an der Wien in 1893.Do you use e Mule, or do you prefer a different file-sharing application? Smetana - The Bartered Bride (2007) [DVD9 NTSC] # Actors: Lucia Popp, Siegfried Jerusalem, Karl Ridderbusch, Heinz Zednik, Alfred Sramek # Directors: Adam Fischer, Otto Schenk Video: 4:3 NTSC Audio: PCM Stereo, DTS 5.1 Subtitles: German(original language), English, French, Spanish, Chinese # Number of discs: 1 # Studio: Deutsche Grammophon # DVD Release Date: November 13, 2007 # Run Time: 155 minutes .: Tracklist : As soon as conductor Adam Fischer engages the warp engines and shifts the well known overture into hyperdrive, we know we're in for an exciting performance of Bedrich Smetana's masterpiece, The Bartered Bride.As soon as the wonderful Lucia Popp begins lamenting her impending arranged marriage to the son of the rich landowner Micha from the neighboring village, we know that this will also be a lyrical and emotionally satisfying performance.
The late Czech singer Lucia Popp stars as Marenka (Marie). Heinz Zednik is Wenzel, the boy she is forced to marry.
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This staging of The Bartered Bride is traditional and revels in it.
Filmed live at the Wiener Staatsoper in 1982, the appearance of the townsfolk, wearing their traditional Bohemian costumes, exhuberantly singing and dancing, serves to quickly draw us into the early 1870s and this engaging comedy of love nearly thwarted but ultimately triumphant.