Henrik Dorsin may be better at satire than at singing, but reaping successes in musical after musical, or operetta. As the metahumoristiskt modernized ”the Happy widow” at the Royal Opera house this year. The recipe is about the same now as he processed Tage Danielsson's tv classic ”the Tale about Karl-Bertil Jonsson's christmas eve” for the theatre la scala and ”Grotesco”-generation.
the music in the juljazzig attire sits well on the disc. From the atmospheric framvispade the prologue and Peter the Dalles, elegant konsumtionskuplett to Vanna Rosenberg beautiful twinkling ”Fall of snow”. Anton Lundqvist makes the guy who takes from the rich and gives to the poor in a musikalkaramell out both the pats and boots to influencerålderns most needy.
Best tracks: ”An unknown benefactor”
Read more music reviews by Johanna Paulsson, for example, if the enhanced schlagertonen in "as it is in heaven".