Die lustige Witwe (Lehár, Franz)
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Vilias Sang (Act II)
For Orchestra (Ryden)
Arrangements and Transcriptions
For Piano solo (Volk)
For Piano 4 hands (Blasser)
Gustav Blasser (1857-1942)
Vienna: Ludwig Doblinger, 1905. Plate D. 3429
For Piano solo (Greenwald)
Martin Greenwald (fl.1900–fl.1938)
New York: Century Music Publishing Co., 1908. Plate 1310.
A medley of melodies from the opera.
For Piano solo (Williams)
|Work Title||Die lustige Witwe / The Merry Widow|
|Alternative Title||Operette in drei Akten|
|First Performance||1905-12-30 in Vienna: Theater an der Wien
|First Publication||1906 - Vienna: Doblinger|
|Librettist||Viktor Léon (1858-1940)|
Leo Stein (1872-1947)
|Composer Time Period||Early 20th century|
|Instrumentation||vocal soli, chorus / orchestra|
|External Links||Wikipedia article|