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The Flying Dutchman: Yo-Ho-Hei (Santas Ballad) (Act 2)

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  1. The Dutchman, a ghostly sailor condemned to wander for all eternity, sets foot on land every seven years to search for a bride who can bring him peace. In a small Norwegian fishing village he encounters Senta, a young woman obsessed with his legend. Can the power of .
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  3. Feb 18,  · At Maggio Musicale Fiorentino, maestro Fabio Luisi gives “a superb performance” (Operawire) of Der Fliegende Holländer (The Flying Dutchman), .
  4. Traft ihr das Schiff im Meere an,” in Act II of Richard Wagner's Der Fliegende Hollander (The Flying Dutchman); from a recording featuring soprano Annelies Kupper, the RIAS Chamber Chorus, and the Berlin RIAS Symphony Orchestra conducted by Ferenc Fricsay. © Cefidom/Encyclopædia Universalis.
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  6. 2. Peer Gynt Suite for orchestra (or piano or piano, 4 hands) No. 1, Op. Hall of the Mountain King; 3. Harvest Dance; 4. Overture to Der fliegende Holl„nder (The Flying Dutchman), for orchestra; 5. Z-Row Gravity; 6. Funeral March of a Marionette, for piano or orchestra in D minor; 7. .
  7. Although there are stretches of immature writing, The Flying Dutchman has held the stage almost since its inception because of the taut story, intense emotions, and flashes of genius on Wagner's part. All of that is splendidly captured in this live performance from Bayreuth in /5(21).
  8. A picture of the “Flying Dutchman” adorns the wall, and Senta, after singing a ballad sketching in incoherent, passionate strains, a story of the subject of the picture, solemnly vows that she will become the means of terminating the torment, to which the “Flying Dutchman” is subjected, and who can only be saved by a woman unwaveringly.

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