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Bright Nights (Hagen version) (2006)
Hagen version (alternative instrumentation)

  Stage Works - Operas/ music theatre

  opera based on motives from "Arabian Nights" and Knut Hamsun's "Mysteries"
work list 66e-06-HW

completed 08/01/2006

text Helmut Krausser

voices 8 singers, female choir

instruments fl./picc., clar., alto-sax, bass-clar., Bn./Double Bn.. – sm. tr. in Eb, tr., 2 tn.., tb. – perc. (2 players) – piano/harmonium/MIDI-Keyb. (3 players) – strings (triple div. maximum)

duration 1' 40''

world premiere 08/26/2006
director: Roman Hovenbitzer, Stage: Roy Spahn, Choreography: Hilton Ellis, Conductor: Antony Hermus, with Johanna Krumin (Dagny), Peter Schoene (Nagel, Goldsmith, Executioner), Frank Dolphin-Wong (Nagel Dream-Double, Imam), Marc Baron/Florian Weber (Nagel Dream-Double stage), Tanja Schun (Angel), Andrea Schmermbeck (Angel stage), Margarete Nuesslein (Unknown Lady), Leonie Theis/ Kirsten Wagner (Unknown Lady stage), Richard van Gemert/ Jeffery Krueger (Father/Dwarf/Sultan), Dorian Luebbeck/ Ben Joy Muin (Dwarf Dream-Double stage), Liane Keegan (Aziza), Marily Bennett (Aziz/Dieb), Stefania Dovhan (Singer), Andrey Valiguras (Painter/Soldier), Opernchor/Statisterie des Theaters Hagen, Uwe Muench, Choir Director, Philharmonisches Orchester Hagen
Hagen (Germany), Theater Hagen

publication Sikorski

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Ausschnitt aus der Hagener Aufführung

Excerpt from the Hagen version



see also Bright Nights (original version, reworked version)


   
   
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