A report on Der Rosenkavalier (1926 film)

1926 Austrian silent film of the opera of the same name by Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal (libretto).

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Ernst Edler von Schuch conducting Der Rosenkavalier (1912), by Robert Sterl

Der Rosenkavalier

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Comic opera in three acts by Richard Strauss to an original German libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal.

Comic opera in three acts by Richard Strauss to an original German libretto by Hugo von Hofmannsthal.

Ernst Edler von Schuch conducting Der Rosenkavalier (1912), by Robert Sterl
Richard Strauss in 1910
Hogarth's The Countess's Morning Levee (ca. 1744), the inspiration for the Marschallin's morning reception
1927 portrait of Richard Mayr as Ochs by Anton Faistauer. Mayr sang this role 149 times in Vienna, Salzburg and London.
Delia Reinhardt as Octavian c. 1923
Farewell of Marschallin in act 3, with Mojca Erdmann, Sophie Koch and Krassimira Stoyanova (from left to right), Salzburg Festival 2014

1926 also saw the premiere of a film of the opera.

Hugo von Hofmannsthal

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Austrian novelist, librettist, poet, dramatist, narrator, and essayist.

Austrian novelist, librettist, poet, dramatist, narrator, and essayist.

The house where Hofmannsthal was born, at Salesianergasse 12, Landstraße, Vienna 3

Among his writings was a screenplay for a film version of Der Rosenkavalier (1925) directed by Robert Wiene.

Robert Wiene in the early 1930s

Robert Wiene

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Film director of the silent era of German cinema.

Film director of the silent era of German cinema.

Robert Wiene in the early 1930s
Robert Wiene in the early 1930s

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John Mauceri in 2016

John Mauceri

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American conductor, producer, educator and writer.

American conductor, producer, educator and writer.

John Mauceri in 2016

His programs drew capacity audiences for seven years and included the American premiere of Debussy's 1913 ballet Khamma, the American premiere of Strauss's silent film (1926) of Der Rosenkavalier, the world premiere of a completely staged pageant-version of Karlheinz Stockhausen's Hymnen involving 1000 performers on Yale's Cross Campus, the American premiere of Hindemith's orchestrated songs Das Marienleben and rare performances of Scriabin's Prometheus: The Poem of Fire (with coordinated lasers), John Cage's Atlas Eclipticalis, Wagner's Das Rheingold, Schoenberg's Gurre-Lieder, Messiaen's Réveil des Oiseaux and Stravinsky's Agon.

Michael Bohnen as intendent of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, 1945

Michael Bohnen

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German bass baritone opera singer and actor.

German bass baritone opera singer and actor.

Michael Bohnen as intendent of the Deutsche Oper Berlin, 1945
Michael Bohnen (left) with Elisabeth Rethberg and Lauritz Melchior en route to New York City, 1932

In 1925, he played Baron Ochs von Lerchenau in a film of the opera Der Rosenkavalier.

Hans Androschin

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Austrian cinematographer.

Austrian cinematographer.

Der Rosenkavalier (1926)

Paul Hartmann in 1925

Paul Hartmann (actor)

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German stage and film actor.

German stage and film actor.

Paul Hartmann in 1925

Der Rosenkavalier (1925) as Marschall

Karl Forest
anno 1904

Karl Forest

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Austrian actor.

Austrian actor.

Karl Forest
anno 1904

Der Rosenkavalier (1925)

Duflos in Koenigsmark (1923).

Huguette Duflos

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French stage and film actress.

French stage and film actress.

Duflos in Koenigsmark (1923).

Der Rosenkavalier (1926)

Jaque Catelain

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French actor who came to prominence in silent films of the 1920s, and who continued acting in films and on stage until the 1950s.

French actor who came to prominence in silent films of the 1920s, and who continued acting in films and on stage until the 1950s.

Der Rosenkavalier (1925)