You Mean the World to Me (DVD)

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Jonas Kaufmann, Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Jochen Rieder

A live performance from Berlin and the 'Berlin 1930' TV Documentary




The world’s greatest tenor presents an evening of melodies from a golden era + an engrossing documentary.




Live Performance from Berlin:




Jonas Kaufmann dedicates an evening to the glorious tunes made famous by the tenor stars of Berlin's legendary heyday.




His handpicked programme ranges from the unbeatable Richard Tauber hits of the Golden Twenties to the songs of the new 'talkie' era when film tenors - such as Joseph Schmidt - were the superstars of their time.




Filmed live at Berlin's majestic Funkaus Nalepastrasse, Jonas Kaufmann charms the audience with timeless evergreen including 'Dein ist mein ganzes Herz!', 'Irgendwo auf der Welt', 'Frag nicht, warum ich gehe', 'Ein Leid geht um die Welt' and 'Freunde, das Leben ist lebenswert!'.




The 'Berlin 1930' TV Documentary by Thomas Voigt and Wolfgang Wunderlich




Jonas Kaufmann traces the paths of the great singers and composers who defined this celebrated era. Through his personal exploration of ld Berlin, interwoven with archival film footage and private interviews, he presents a fascinating look at the social and political currents that influenced this music and ultimately the musicians' lives.




Documentary in German, with English and French subtitles.




Total Running Time: 117 minutes
Audio Format: Stereo LPCM
Concert: 5.1 DTS Surround
Documentary: 5.0 DTS Surround

Region: Region 0 (All Regions)




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