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List of operas and operettas by Franz Lehár

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This is a complete list of the operas and operettas of the Austro-Hungarian composer Franz Lehár (1870–1948).

List of operas and operettas

Title Genre Acts Libretto Premiere
Date Venue
Der Kürassier Opera G. Ruther incomplete (composed 1891/92)
Rodrigo Opera Rudolf Mlčoch unperformed (composed 1893)
Kukuška / Tatjana Opera 3 acts Felix Falzari 27 November 1896 Leipzig, Stadttheater
Arabella, der Kubanerin Operetta G. Schmidt incomplete (composed 1901)
Das Klub-Baby Operetta Viktor Léon incomplete (composed 1901)
Der Klavierstimmer (Wiener Frauen) Operetta 3 acts Ottokar Tann-Bergler [de] and Emil Norini 21 November 1902 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Der Rastelbinder Operetta prelude and 2 acts Viktor Léon 20 December 1902 Vienna, Carltheater
Der Göttergatte Operetta prelude and 2 acts Viktor Léon and Leo Stein 20 January 1904 Vienna, Carltheater
Die Juxheirat Operetta 3 acts Julius Bauer 21 December 1904 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Die lustige Witwe / The Merry Widow Operetta 3 acts Viktor Léon and Leo Stein, after L'attaché d'ambassade by Henri Meilhac 30 December 1905 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Der Schlüssel zum Paradies (revised version of Der Klavierstimmer) Operetta 3 acts Emil Norini and Julius Horst October 1906 Leipzig
Peter und Paul schlafen ins Schlaraffenland Magical fairy tale 1 act Fritz Grünbaum and Robert Bodanzky 1 December 1906 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Mitislaw der Moderne Operetta 1 act Fritz Grünbaum and Robert Bodanzky 5 January 1907 Vienna, Die Hölle
Der Mann mit den drei Frauen Operetta 3 acts Julius Bauer, after Alexandre Bisson's Le contrôleur des wagon-lits 21 January 1908 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Das Fürstenkind Operetta prelude and 3 acts Viktor Léon, after Edmond About's Le Roi des montagnes 7 October 1909 Vienna, Johann Strauß-Theater [de]
Der Graf von Luxemburg Operetta prelude and 3 acts Alfred Maria Willner and Robert Bodanzky 12 November 1909, revised version 4 March 1937 Vienna, Theater an der Wien, revised version Berlin, Theater des Volkes [de]
Zigeunerliebe (Gipsy Love) romantic operetta 3 acts Alfred Maria Willner and Robert Bodanzky 8 January 1910 Vienna, Carltheater
Eva (Das Fabriksmädel) Operetta 3 acts Alfred Maria Willner and Robert Bodanzky 24 November 1911 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Rosenstock und Edelweiss Singspiel 1 act Julius Bauer 1 December 1912 Vienna
Die ideale Gattin (revised version of Der Göttergatte) Operetta 3 acts Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald, after Die Zwillingsschwester by Ludwig Fulda 11 October 1913 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Endlich allein Operetta 3 acts Alfred Maria Willner and Robert Bodanzky 30 January 1914 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Der Sterngucker Operetta 3 acts Fritz Löhner-Beda 14 January 1916 Vienna
Wo die Lerche singt / Where the Lark Sings (Hungarian: A pacsirta) Operetta 3 acts Alfred Maria Willner and Heinz Reichert [de], after a sketch by Ferenc Martos after Dorf und Stadt by Charlotte Birch-Pfeiffer 1 January 1918 Budapest, Royal Opera
Die blaue Mazur Operetta 3 acts Leo Stein and Bela Jenbach 28 May 1920 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Die Tangokönigin (revised version of Die ideale Gattin) Operetta 3 acts Julius Brammer and Alfred Grünwald 9 September 1921 Vienna, Apollo Theater [de]
Frühling Singspiel 1 act Rudolf Eger 20 January 1922 Vienna
La danza delle libellule (revised version of Der Sterngucker) Operetta 3 acts Carlo Lombardo 14 January 1922 Milan, Teatro Lirico
<i>Frasquita</i> [de] Operetta 3 acts Alfred Maria Willner and Heinz Reichert 12 May 1922 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Die gelbe Jacke Operetta 3 acts Viktor Léon 9 February 1923 Vienna, Theater an der Wien
Libellentanz (revised version of La danza delle libellule) Operetta Carlo Lombardo and Alfred Maria Willner 21 March 1923 Vienna, Stadttheater
Clo-Clo Operetta 3 acts Béla Jenbach, after Der Schrei nach dem Kinde by Julius Horst and Alexander Engel 8 March 1924 Vienna, Bürgertheater
Paganini Operetta 3 acts Paul Knepler [de] and Béla Jenbach 30 October 1925 Vienna, Johann Strauß-Theater
Gigolette (revised version of La danza delle libellule) Operetta 3 acts Carlo Lombardo and Giovacchino Forzano 30 October 1926 Milan, Teatro Lirico
Der Zarewitsch Operetta 3 acts Heinz Reichert and Béla Jenbach, after Gabriela Zapolska's Carewicz 21 February 1927 Berlin, Deutsches Künstlertheater
Frühlingsmädel (revised version of Frühling) Singspiel 1 act Rudolf Eger 29 May 1928 Berlin, Neues Theater am Zoo [de]
Friederike Singspiel 3 acts Ludwig Herzer [de] and Fritz Löhner-Beda 4 October 1928 Berlin, Metropol Theater
Das Land des Lächelns / The Land of Smiles (revised version of Die gelbe Jacke) Romantic operetta 3 acts Ludwig Herzer and Fritz Löhner-Beda, after Viktor Léon 10 October 1929 Berlin, Metropol Theater
Schön ist die Welt (revised version of Endlich allein) Operetta 3 acts Ludwig Herzer and Fritz Löhner-Beda 3 December 1930 Berlin, Metropol Theater
Der Fürst der Berge (revised version of Das Fürstenkind) Operetta 23 September 1932 Berlin, Nollendorfplatz
Giuditta musical comedy 5 scenes Paul Knepler and Fritz Löhner-Beda 20 January 1934 Vienna State Opera
Garabonciás diák (The Wandering Scholar, revised version of Zigeunerliebe) romantic Singspiel 3 acts Vincze, Ernő Innocent 20 February 1943 Budapest, Royal Opera

References

  • Lamb, Andrew (1992), "Lehár, Franz" in The New Grove Dictionary of Opera, ed. Stanley Sadie (London) ISBN 0-333-73432-7
  • Operone list of Lehár's works, accessed 15 May 2009
  • The stage works of Franz Lehàr – The Guide to Musical Theatre

External links

This page was last edited on 28 September 2021, at 23:57
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