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Published on Oct 15, 2012
Conductor: Peter Feranec
Staging: Johannes Reitmeier
Director: Heinz Lukas-Kindermann
Scene: Daniel Dvořák
Costumes: Thomas Dörfler
Heliana: Sally du Randt Ruler Derrick: Lawrence Strenger: Norbert Schmittberg Messenger woman: Jana Wallingerová Porter: Jan Šťáva Capital judge: Zoltán Korda Young man: Ivan Choupenitch Six judges: Petr Levíček, Petr Císař, David Nykl, Tomáš Krejčiřík, Pavel Kamas, Jiří Klecker
Das Wunder der Heliane (German for The Miracle of Heliane), Op.20 is an opera in three acts by Erich Wolfgang Korngold with a libretto by Hans Müller-Einigen, after Hans Kaltneker. It was first performed at the Hamburg State Opera on 7 October 1927. A suite for violin and piano based on the music from the aria "Ich ging zu ihm" is in print at Schott publishing.
After many successful premieres across Germany, Korngold composed this new opera beginning in 1924. Before its premiere in 1927 Korngold claimed that this would be his masterwork.