Franz Lehár
Sutherland in 1975
The soprano around 1950
Lily Elsie in act 3, London, 1907
Sutherland in 1962
Schwarzkopf as Donna Elvira in Mozart's Don Giovanni
Louis Treumann and Mizzi Günther on the frontpage of a piano–vocal score, 1906
Joan Sutherland in 1990
Schwarzkopf as the Marschallin in Richard Strauss' Der Rosenkavalier
Elsie and Coyne in the London premiere
Grave in Zumikon
Donald Brian and Ethel Jackson in the original Broadway production (1907)
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (Amsterdam, 1961)
Joseph Coyne, London, 1907
Lily Elsie, London, 1907

The opera house management then declined to stage the operetta The Merry Widow especially for her, as requested; subsequently, she did not perform at the Met during that time at all, even though a production of Rossini's Semiramide had also been planned, but later she returned there to sing in other operas.

- Joan Sutherland

However, on the EMI label she made several "champagne operetta" recordings like Franz Lehár's The Merry Widow and Johann Strauss II's The Gypsy Baron.

- Elisabeth Schwarzkopf

Don Giovanni (Carlo Maria Giulini, Philharmonia Orchestra) (Warner Classics 1959) with Joan Sutherland as Donna Anna.

- Elisabeth Schwarzkopf

An Australian Opera production starred Joan Sutherland, and PBS broadcast a production by the San Francisco Opera in 2002, among numerous other broadcasts.

- The Merry Widow

In 1953, EMI's Columbia label released a near-complete version produced by Walter Legge, conducted by Otto Ackermann, with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf as Hanna, Erich Kunz as Danilo, Nicolai Gedda as Camille and Emmy Loose as Valencienne.

- The Merry Widow

Don Giovanni—Gottlob Frick (Commendatore), Luigi Alva (Don Ottavio), Graziella Sciutti (Zerlina), Joan Sutherland (Donna Anna), Piero Cappuccilli (Masetto), Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (Donna Elvira), Eberhard Wächter (Don Giovanni), Heinrich Schmidt, Giuseppe Taddei (Leporello), London Philharmonia Orchestra, Carlo Maria Giulini. Recorded 1959—EMI 0724356787353

- Joan Sutherland
Franz Lehár

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