Few conductors have lavished as much loving attention on the obscure nooks and crannies of Richard Strauss's operatic oeuvre as Leon Botstein, whose concert performances and recordings of Die Liebe der Danae and Die ägyptische Helena shed new light on those neglected pieces. Now Botstein, the American Symphony Orchestra, the Collegiate Chorale and a sizable cast turn their collective efforts to a concert performance of Strauss's second opera, a racy one-act awash in sex and Wagner allusions.
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