Schumann: Einsamkeit & Lieder

Harmonia Mundi: HMM902243

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Schumann: Einsamkeit & Lieder

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13th April 2017




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Schumann: Einsamkeit & Lieder


Gedichte (6) und Requiem, Op. 90

Der Einsiedler, Op. 83 No. 3

Die Lotosblume, Op. 25 No. 7

Du bist wie eine Blume, Op. 25 No. 24

Der Himmel hat eine Träne geweint, Op. 37 No. 1

Was will die einsame Träne, Op. 25 No. 21

Mein Schöner Stern! Op. 101 No. 4

Nachtlied, Op. 96 No. 1

Es stürmet am Abendhimmel, Op. 89 No. 1

Heimliches Verschwinden, Op. 89 No. 2

Herbstlied, Op. 89 No. 3

Abschied vom Walde, Op. 89 No. 4

Ins Freie, Op. 89 No. 5

Abendlied, Op. 107 No. 6

Matthias Goerne (baritone) & Markus Hinterhäuser (Steinway piano)


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Following the Matthias Goerne Schubert Edition for harmonia mundi, a venture that has revealed his stature as the foremost interpreter of lieder, especially at its darkest, Matthias Goerne has now selected 19 gems, lovingly fashioned by Schumann in the year of his marriage (1840). They are contrasted with those of the Düsseldorf period (1849-52).

From the fragrant flowers of the bouquet of ‘Myrtles’ to the nocturnal atmosphere of the ‘Six Poems and Requiem’ the mood spans Schumman's joy in his marriage to his beloved Clara but also the darkest despair: in which he erects a worthy monument to his soulmate, the poet and arch-melancholic of his time, Nikolaus Lenau. An enchanted, sometimes brooding, nocturnal atmosphere dominates these impressive songs, whose piano accompaniment – hardly coincidentally – recalls the tone of Chopin’s Nocturnes, played here by Markus Hinterhäuser, artistic director of the Salzburg Festival and regular collaborator with Matthias.

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