"The worlds of opera and symphony merge perfectly in daily life in Vienna, and with this album, I'm hoping to take the listener on a wonderful orchestral journey with my harp", says Anneleen Lenaerts. Anneleen chose this repertoire to reflect her life as a musician in Vienna with one of the most prestigious orchestras in the world: the Vienna Philharmonic. The album features pieces from both the operatic and symphonic worlds that are special to her, e.g. a concert memory of Les Préludes by Liszt with Riccardo Muti and Onegin with Andris Nelsons.
"The worlds of opera and symphony merge perfectly in daily life in Vienna, and with this album, I'm hoping to take the listener on a wonderful orchestral journey with my harp", says Anneleen Lenaerts. Anneleen chose this repertoire to reflect her life as a musician in Vienna with one of the most prestigious orchestras in the world: the Vienna Philharmonic. The album features pieces from both the operatic and symphonic worlds that are special to her, e.g. a concert memory of Les Préludes by Liszt with Riccardo Muti and Onegin with Andris Nelsons.
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Vienna Stories [Digipak]
Artist: Anneleen Lenaerts
Format: CD
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1. Rusalka, Op. 114, Act 1: Song to the Moon (Transc. Lenaerts)
2. Moldau, Op. 43 (Transc. Tmecek)
3. Die Meistersinger, WWV 96, Act 3: Walthers Preislied (Transc. Trnecek)
4. Fantaisie Sur Les Motifs de L'opéra Faust de Charles Gounod, Op. 12
5. Les Préludes, S. 97, Pt. 1 (Transc. Lenaerts)
6. Les Préludes, S. 97, Pt. 2 (Transc. Lenaerts)
7. Fantaisie Sur la Bohème de Puccini, Pt. 1
8. Fantaisie Sur la Bohème de Puccini, Pt. 2
9. Fantaisie Sur Un Thème de Onegin, de Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky
10. Der Rosenkavalier (Arr. Wouter Lenaerts)
11. An Der Schönen Blauen Donau, Op. 314 (Arr. Wouter Lenaerts)

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"The worlds of opera and symphony merge perfectly in daily life in Vienna, and with this album, I'm hoping to take the listener on a wonderful orchestral journey with my harp", says Anneleen Lenaerts. Anneleen chose this repertoire to reflect her life as a musician in Vienna with one of the most prestigious orchestras in the world: the Vienna Philharmonic. The album features pieces from both the operatic and symphonic worlds that are special to her, e.g. a concert memory of Les Préludes by Liszt with Riccardo Muti and Onegin with Andris Nelsons.