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Lotte Lenya sings Kurt Weill's The Seven Deadly
Lotte Lenya sings Kurt Weill's The Seven Deadly

Lotte Lenya sings Kurt Weill's The Seven Deadly Sins & Berlin Theatre Songs

Product ID : 7337259

Galleon Product ID 7337259
UPC / ISBN 074646322222
Shipping Weight 0.04 lbs
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Model 2302198
Manufacturer LENYA,LOTTE
Shipping Dimension 5.71 x 5.12 x 0.39 inches
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Format Original Recording Remastered
Number Of Discs 1
Package Quantity 1
Publication Date 1997-12-09
Release Date 1997-12-09
Running Time 79
UPC 074646322222

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About Lotte Lenya Sings Kurt Weill's The Seven Deadly

Whether playing Anna in The Seven Deadly Sins or singing "Moritat vom Mackie Messer" ("Mack the Knife"), Lotte Lenya helped define the music of her husband, Kurt Weill. The duo literally created the soundtrack for the prewar Berlin of our fantasies--an exotic land of nicotine and nightlights--where cabaret, jazz, and the odd American instrumental influence all coexist happily. Now remastered, this collection gathers Lenya's legendary 1957 recordings of Sins and her 1955 recording Sings Berlin Theatre Songs. Forget subtlety--Lenya is all about emotion. On cuts like "Pirate Jenny," Lenya's voice sounds fluttery and frantic, and on "Surabaya-Johnny," her German sounds fragile and sweet, but mostly she's just herself--bittersweet, raw, and (most of all) human. In spirit, Marianne Faithfull, PJ Harvey, and a host of others all kept the torch of Lenya's style going. But after listening to these Berlin theater songs in classic form (and in their original tongue), you'll never hear them the same way again. --Jason Verlinde


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