On the opera stage, the tenor is often the most eminent protagonist. Whether as ardent lover or tragic hero, he is in the limelight to show lyrical sensitivity, sonorous euphony and smoothness, a maximum of nuances. The vocal range creates high expectations and provides an extraordinary aura. The three volumes for tenor represent the grand finale of the most comprehensive collection of repertoire for all vocal genres, with 16 volumes.
“Our goal is to give the user a modern-day, systematically structured vocal coach who satisfies the demands of present-day theater practice. At long last a consistent repertoire and a well-ordered conflation of respective audition arias for all vocal genres.” (Peter Anton Ling, editors) OperAria – repertoire anthology of opera arias according to vocal criteria (range, tessitura, specifics, type of aria) with due regard to practical aspects of musical and theatrical nature (style, era, role type, national provenance) with comments on the arias -information on the composer, the librettist, the work, the range and of versions or casting -a short synopsis of the contents illuminating the basic dramatic constellation in the context of the opera’s plot -an evaluation from the singer’s point of view with “phonetic assistant” and “text assistant” -aria texts in the original language spoken by native speakers as an audio file (mp3) -aria texts in German and English translations as a text file (pdf) available for download