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  1. Jul 06,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Lotte Lenya sings "Lost in the Stars" by Kurt Weill YouTube Happy End: Surabaya-Johnny - Duration: Lotte Lenya - Topic 3, views.
  2. Kurt Weill's The seven deadly sins and Berlin theatre songs, Sony Masterworks Heritage , released Contains Lenya's first two recordings for Philips/Columbia in the 's, Lotte Lenya singt Kurt Weill () and Die sieben Todsünden ().
  3. LOTTE LENYA. Notes: Israel, (Mono), laminated cover, w/ insert, nearly new! Format: LP. Housed in an 8, square foot warehouse that currently holds over 2 million records, Craig and his talented, dedicated staff serve music lovers in more than 60 countries.
  4. Lotte Lenya and Wilhelm Bruckner-Rüggeberg's recording of Die Dreigroschenoper (The Three Penny Opera) was the last in a series of albums Lenya made or supervised of her late husband Kurt Weill's music for Philips starting in gram audiophile vinyl Gatefold sleeve including lyrics PVC protective sleeve.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Lotte Lenya Singt Kurt Weill on Discogs. Label: CBS - • Format: Vinyl LP, Reissue • Country: Germany • Genre: Pop, Stage & Screen • Style: Chanson/5(3).
  6. Lotte Lenya and Wilhelm Bruckner-Rüggeberg's recording of Die Dreigroschenoper (The Three Penny Opera) was the last in a series of albums Lenya made or supervised of her late husband Kurt Weill's music for Philips starting in By the time of the January sessions for Die Dreigroschenoper, Lenya found herself widowed once again; second husband George Davis .
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  8. This CD, LOTTE LENYA SINGS KURT WEIL & AMERICAN THEATRE SONGS, pretty much covers her American Theatre career. Selections were on the original LP in that same order. It should be mentioned that many critics agree that Kurt Weill's work really suffered in the American theatre /5(20).

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