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Title: Wozzeck: Opera in 3 acts and 15 scenes
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Call Number: DVD 2010-131
Description: The story encompasses the gruesome detail, horror, passion, and torment that characterized works of the German Expressionist movement. Wozzeck (Franz Grundheber) is an impoverished soldier driven insane by his manipulative superiors and his mistress' infidelity. In a jealous rage, he stabs her, then drowns when he tries to wash the blood from his hands. Sung in German. Chorus and Orchestra of the Vienna State Opera ; Claudio Abbado, conductor.
Keywords: Alban Berg; Georg Bu chner

Title: Written on Skin
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Call Number: DVD 2014-153
Description: George Benjamin conducts the Royal Opera House Orchestra and Chorus in this 2013 performance of his own work on which he collaborated with playwright Martin Crimp.
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Title: Xerxes
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Call Number: VCR 98- 36
Description: Two parts
Keywords: Handel, George Frideric

Title: Xerxes = Serse: Dramma per Musica
Series Title / Date: 2000
Call Number: DVD 2007-383
Description: Paulua Rasmussen (Serse).
Keywords: Handel

Title: Zarewitsch
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Call Number: DVD 2008-40
Description: Operettta in three parts. Symphonie-Orchester Kurt Graunke ; Willy Mattes, conductor.
Keywords: Franz Lehár; Arthur Maria Rabenalt

Title: Zauberflote = Magic Flute
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Call Number: DVD 2010-95
Description: A young man is enlisted to rescue the Queen of the Night's daughter from a sorcerer. Sung in German.
Keywords: Metropolitan Opera Television production; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; James Levine

Title: Zauberflote [The Magic Flute]
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Call Number: VCR 2001- 5
Description: Metropolitan Opera production, conducted by James Levine and starring Kathleen Battle, Luciana Serra
Keywords: Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Title: Zoroastre
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Call Number: DVD 2008-51
Description: Sung in French. Anders J. Dahlin (Zoroastre); Drottningholm Theatre Orchestra and Chorus; Christophe Rousset, musical director.
Keywords: Jean Philippe Rameau; Loius de Cahusac; Tragedie Lyrique