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Die Fledermaus (Orlofsky)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Mezzo Soprano
Composer Johann Strauss
Publisher Theodore Presser Co
Catalog # 891-00031

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Die Fledermaus (Orlofsky) Composed by Johann Strauss. For Mezzo Soprano. Published by Theodore Presser Co. (Catalog # 891-00031, UPC: 4035766030912)

Your personal voice coach on CD! Whether preparing an operatic role or a program of standard arias, COACH ME includes everything you need. The libretto is printed in the original language with a word-for-word translation in English, German, Italian, French and Spanish. On the CD, the libretto is spoken slowly and clearly in the original language by native speakers. In the study version, the melody, with simple harmonic accompaniment and cues is played in such a way so that the vocal line stands out. In the acc mpaniment version, the standard accompaniment is played and if necessary there are vocal and ensemble cues. If you are serious about singing, you won't want o miss this exciting new series.

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