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Im Chambre séparée: The Operetta Album - Barbara Bonney (soprano); Ronald Schneider (piano)
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  1. Im chambre séparée (from Der Opernball)
  2. Ich schenk' mein Herz, song (from "Die Dubarry")
  3. Ich bin die Christel von der Post, song (from Der Vogelhändler)
  4. Sei nicht bös
  5. Du sollst der Kaiser meiner Seele sein (You Are the Emperor of My Heart), aria (from "Der Favorit")
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  1. Im chambre séparée (from Der Opernball)
  2. Ich schenk' mein Herz, song (from "Die Dubarry")
  3. Ich bin die Christel von der Post, song (from Der Vogelhändler)
  4. Sei nicht bös
  5. Du sollst der Kaiser meiner Seele sein (You Are the Emperor of My Heart), aria (from "Der Favorit")
  6. Als geblüht der Kirschenbaum, song (for the operetta Der Vogelhändler)
  7. Draussen in Sievering, aria for voice & orchestra
  8. Eine Nacht in Venedig (A Night in Venice), operetta (RV 510): Schwips-Lied
  9. Die Fledermaus (The Bat), operetta (RV 503): Mein Herr Marquis
  10. Es muss was wunderbares sein (It Would Be Wonderful Indeed) (from "Im weissen Röss'l")
  11. Im Salzkammergut da kammergut (from Im weissen Röss'l)
  12. Die Vielgeliebte, operetta: Du nur bist das Glück meines Lebens
  13. Der Vetter aus Dingsda, operetta: Strahlender Mond
  14. Vilja-Lied ("Es lebt eine Vilja") (from "Die lustige Witwe")
  15. Sah ein Knab ein Röslein stehen (Wayside Rose), song for voice & piano (or orchestra) (from "Friederike")
  16. Einer wird kommen (One Will Come) (from "Der Zarewitsch")
  17. Meine Lippen, sie küssen so heiß (My Lips, So Hot Are Their Kisses) (from "Giuditta")
  18. Wien, du Stadt meiner Träume (Vienna, City of My Dreams) ("Wien, Wien, nur du allein")
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These are attractive songs from Viennese operettas that were extremely well known in the years immediately following their premieres. Soprano Barbara Bonney sings them all in character and sings them all beautifully. The ones that will be most familiar to modern audiences are Schwips-Lied (Tipsy Song) from Johann Strauss II's Eine Nacht in Venedig, Vilja-Lied from Lehár's The Merry Widow, and Wein, du Stadt meiner Träume, which isn't from an operetta but is in the same style. The Schwips-Lied is most often heard in an ...

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