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Die Trilogie der Sommerfrische

Die Trilogie der Sommerfrische; Source: Hoanzl
Source: Hoanzl

Description:

Record of a Burgtheater production of 1974. Directed by Giorgio Strehler, who had shown before his mastership in other Goldoni plays like “Arlecchino Servitore di Due Padroni” or “Le Baruffe Chiozotte”. Here, with “Trilogia della Villegiatura”, we are shown one of Goldoni’s ripe works, a serene and melancholic comedy about the ambiguity of a dying society. With Andrea Jonasson, Frank Hoffmann, Gertraud Jesserer, Susi Nicoletti and Michael Heltau as Ferdinando.


TrailerLINK to www.hoanzl.at

Liebelei

Liebelei; Source: Hoanzl
Source: Hoanzl

Description:

The constellation Heinrich Schnitzler, Leopold Rudolf, Michael Heltau once again came together in 1968 at the Theater in der Josefstadt in Vienna, for Schnitzler’s early three-act-drama „Liebelei“. Heltau played Fritz Lobheimer (Vienna “Kurier”: “Michael Heltau plays this part immaculately aloof, jaded and cloudy, split from himself and from the world.”).
Four years later Heltau would play the part of Theodor Kaiser in “Liebelei”, under the direction of Gerhard Klingenberg at the Akademietheater Vienna.


TrailerLINK to www.hoanzl.at 

Die verhängnisvolle Faschingsnacht

Die verhängnisvolle Faschingsnacht; Source: Hoanzl
Source: Hoanzl

Description:

Record of a production of 1962 from the Theater in der Josefstadt Vienna. Director was Heinrich Schnitzler, the cast contained Paul Hörbiger, Karl Paryla, Elfriede Ott, Peter Matic, Bibiane Zeller and Michael Heltau as Philipp Tatelhuber. Viennese “Express” wrote about this performance: “Perfect. Here Nestroy is played purely, is played by sight, is played without addition.”

LINK to www.hoanzl.at

Der einsame Weg

Der einsame Weg;  Source: Hoanzl
Source: Hoanzl

Description:

Record of the famous Arthur Schnitzler play directed by the author’s son Heinrich Schnitzler from 1962 at the Theater in der Josefstadt Vienna. The cast was Leopld Rudolf, Erik Frey, Vilma Degischer, Nicole Heesters and Michael Heltau playing the role of Felix. One of the contemporary critics wrote: “All the unmentionable and all the unsaid, everything floating between the sentences and vulnerable Heinrich Schnitzler expressed by his congenial direction.”

LINK to www.hoanzl.at 

Operette sich wer kann

Operette sich wer kann; Source: Preiser Records
Source: Preiser Records

Description:

A live recording at the Theater an der Wien

A homage to Viennese operetta Haute couture and not ready-made.   Works by Ralph Benatzky, Franz Lehár, Johann Strauss, Robert Stolz, Emmerich Kálmán, and Paul Abraham.   What is a sleepwalking transition, how to harmonize a slur or a rhythmic refinement, how to accelerate the pulse by a little delay - this art is mastered supremely well by Michael Heltau and his musicians.

Wilhelm Sinkovicz, “Die Presse” (Vienna)


LINK to PreiserRecords - CD
LINK to AMAZON.DE - DVD

Mino

Mino; Source: Kinowelt.
Source: Kinowelt

Description:

German-Italian TV Series of 1986 after the novel „Il piccolo Alpino“ by Salvator Gotta which appeared in 1926. The story of little Mino who gets between the frontiers in World War I. Michael Heltau plays the role of Austrian Colonel Karl Stolz. Other cast: Mario Adorf, Ottavia Piccolo, Barbara May and Guido Cella as Mino. Director: Gianfranco Albano (who made in 1996 Little Lord Fauntleroy, with Sir Alec Guiness).

LINK to Kinowelt.de
LINK to Amazon.de 

Die Entführung aus dem Serail

with Anneliese Rothenberger; Source: Department of Theatre Studies, University of Cologne
with Anneliese Rothenberger; Source: Department of Theatre Studies, University of Cologne

Description:

Recording of the world-famous mise-en-scène of “The Abduction from the Seraglio” by Giorgio Strehler at Salzburg Festival. This production had its first appearance in 1965 and remained for more than ten years on the repertoire. For Michael Heltau this work marked the beginning of his lifelong friendship with Strehler who had engaged him for this role “as a mixture of a young Othello and a young Nathan the Wise”. Heltau gave back this underestimated part its appropriate rank. He guested all over Europe within this model production.
The DVD record is of 1967 with Ingeborg Hallstein and Luigi Alva.



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