Schubert: Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

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A Century of Song Vol. 1 (1810-1820)

A Century of Song Vol. 1 (1810-1820)


Beethoven:

Wonne der Wehmut, Op. 83 No. 1

Michael Schade (tenor)

Sehnsucht, Op. 83, 2

Michael Schade (tenor)

Mit einem gemalten Band Op. 83, No. 3

Michael Schade (tenor)

Abendlied unter'm gestirten Himmel, WoO 150

Michael Schade (tenor)

Gail:

Bolleros

Lorna Anderson (soprano)

Garat, J:

Plainte à Hortense

Lorna Anderson (soprano)

Schubert:

Der Blumenbrief D622 (Schreiber)

Michael Schade (tenor)

Die Sommernacht, D289 (Klopstock)

Michael Schade (tenor)

Taglich zu singen, D533 (Claudius)

Michael Schade (tenor)

An den Mond, D193

Michael Schade (tenor)

Freude der Kinderjahre D455 (Köpken)

Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)

Wiegenlied D304 (Korner)

Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)

Das Heimweh, D456 (Winkler)

Michael Schade (tenor)

Seligkeit D433 (Holty)

Michael Schade (tenor)

Der Fischer, D225 (Goethe)

Michael Schade (tenor)

Erster Verlust, D226 (Goethe)

Michael Schade (tenor)

An den Mond, D259 (Goethe)

Michael Schade (tenor)

Wandrers Nachtlied I 'Der du von dem Himmel bist', D224

Michael Schade (tenor)

Rastlose Liebe, D138

Michael Schade (tenor)

Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

Michael Schade (tenor)

Wer kauft Liebesgotter?, D261 (Goethe)

Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)

Das Grab D569 (Salis-Seewis)

Florian Boesch (baritone)

Sor:

De Amor en las Prisiones

Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)

Las Mujeres y Cuerdas

Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)

Mis Descuidados Ojos

Sylvia Schwartz (soprano)

Tomásek:

Nahe des Geliebten, Op. 53 No. 2

Michael Schade (tenor)

An die Entfernte, Op. 55 No. 1

Michael Schade (tenor)

Schafers Klagelied, Op. 56 No. 1

Michael Schade (tenor)

Rastlose Liebe, Op. 58 No. 1

Michael Schade (tenor)

Viotti:

Stanco di pascolar

Ann Murray (mezzo)

Privez l'amour

Ann Murray (mezzo)

Weber:

Abschied vom Leben

Michael Schade (tenor)


Read Katherine's exclusive interview with Malcolm Martineau about the project here.

The first volume in a major new recording series across which a host of world-renowned singers draw listeners, decade by decade, through a century of song, from 1810 to 1910. Each volume features a perfectly planned, varied programme performed by household names, whilst the series overall creates a comprehensive survey of song right through the nineteenth century – an invaluable teaching asset, as well as a joy for listeners.

The opening volume, 1810-1820, includes songs from Austria, Bohemia, France, Germany, Italy and Spain, by Franz Schubert, Fernando Sor, Ludwig van Beethoven, Joseph Fabry-Garat, Sophie Gail, Václav Tomášek, Giovanni Battista Viotti, and Carl Maria von Weber.

Singers in this first volume include the distinguished Canadian tenor Michael Schade, sopranos Lorna Anderson and Sylvia Schwartz, mezzo Dame Ann Murray and bass Florian Boesch, accompanied by the series’ creator, pianist Malcolm Martineau.

Singers for volumes 2 & 3 (released at 4-monthly intervals) include Sarah Connolly, John Mark Ainsley, Christina Gansch, Anush Hovhannisyan, Christopher Maltman and Angelika Kirchschlager, with further stars of today – and of the future – appearing in future volumes.

Extensive presentation includes 72-page booklet with authoritative liner note in three languages by renowned song expert and series consultant Prof Susan Youens, with full texts and translations, together with session photographs.

“Schade is always an involved, communicative singer, eagerly responsive to mood and verbal detail, and excelling in tenderness and intimacy…the diamond-bright Spanish-English soprano Sylvia Schwartz also makes her mark, finely sustaining the high tessitura of the rapt ‘Wiegenlied’…Malcolm Martineau’s luminous touch and rhythmic point are priceless assets throughout” Gramophone Magazine, July 2016

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Schubert: Goethe-Lieder

Schubert: Goethe-Lieder


Schubert:

Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

Erster Verlust, D226 (Goethe)

Rastlose Liebe, D138

Meeres Stille, D216, Op. 3 No. 2 (Goethe)

Harfenspieler I 'Wer sich der Einsamkeit ergibt', D478

Harfenspieler II 'An die Türen will ich schleichen, D479

Harfenspieler III 'Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen ass', D480

Der Musensohn, D764 (Goethe)

Der König in Thule, D367

Heidenröslein, D257

Der Fischer, D225 (Goethe)

Erlkönig, D328

Am Flusse, D766

An den Mond, D296

Wandrers Nachtlied II 'Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh', D768

Versunken D715 (Goethe)

Geheimes, D719 (Goethe)

An die Entfernte, D765 (Goethe)

Willkommen und Abschied, D767


Mauro Peter (tenor), Helmut Deutsch (piano)

In August 2014 young Swiss tenor Mauro Peter gave a highly acclaimed Lieder recital at the famous Schubert festival "Schubertiade" in Schwarzenberg, Austria.On the program: famous Schubert songs on poems by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe. Such was the succes, that Swiss radio DRS2 Kultur immediately took the decision to record this unique recital and asked SONY CLASSICAL to participate in a co-production of the album.

Born in Lucerne, Switzerland, Mauro Peter received his musical training with the Luzerner Singknaben, at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München with Fenna Kügel-Seifried, and in Helmut Deutsch's Lied class. In 2012 the young tenor was the winner of Peter Schumann Competition in Zwickau, where he was awarded the 1st Prize and the Audience prize. From the 2013/14 season, he was a member of the Zürich Opera House, where his debuts as Ferrando in COSI FAN TUTTE and Don Ottavio in DON GIOVANNI, both in a concert version at the Theater an der Wien under Nikolaus Harnoncourt in spring 2014 were a tremendous success.

Helmut Deutsch is one of the most sought-after pianists for chamber music and vocal accompaniment. He studied piano, composition, and musicology at the Vienna Music Academy, where he was awarded the Vienna Composition Prize. His collaborators have included Irmgard Seefried, Rita Streich, Ileana Cotrubas, Hermann Prey, Hans Hotter, Olaf Bär, Anne-Sofie von Otter, Josef Protschka, Peter Schreier, Bernd Weikl, Brigitte Fassbaender, Keith Lewis, Boje Skovhus, Barbara Bonney, and Jonas Kaufmann. Deutsch is a professor at the Hochschule für Musik in Munich.

“he sings this selection of Schubert's Goethe settings with keen attention to detail, youthful spontaneity, and an ample, attractive sound that is reminiscent of the fine-grained tone of baritone Olaf Bär. The potential in his voice is immediately felt...Deutsch's playing is crisply voiced and textually alert throughout...teacher and pupil achieve performances that combine playfulness and sophistication.” BBC Music Magazine, January 2016 *****

“As he showed in a recent Schöne Müllerin on Wigmore Hall live, Peter is blessed with a winning combination of rich, multi-shaded voice, penetrating insight and a genuine freshness of approach. Well-known songs emerge newly minted, while less-familiar items are delightfully done.” Classical Music, December 2015 ****

“it is the apparent straightforwardness of approach that Mauro Peter and Helmut Deutsch bring to these wonderful songs that help make this collection so enjoyable. The young Swiss tenor's voice, a bright lyrical instrument perhaps more steely than honeyed in its core, is as clean and unaffected as his manner…for fresh, intelligent and natural Schubert this disc can be heartily recommended” Gramophone Magazine, October 2015

“he and Jonas Kaufmann have a lot in common. Peter’s voice is beefy, gleaming yet burnished – not a million miles from the young Kaufmann’s, though Peter’s comfort zone lies a notch higher...his assured delivery holds the attention throughout. Perhaps, like Kaufmann, at this early stage of his career, Peter is not yet the Lieder interpreter he will be. But what there is here is ample to be going on with.” The Guardian, 3rd September 2015 ****

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Irmgard Seefried Volume 4: Schubert, Schumann, Beethoven, Cornelius

Irmgard Seefried Volume 4: Schubert, Schumann, Beethoven, Cornelius


Beethoven:

Wonne der Wehmut, Op. 83 No. 1

First release on CD

Cornelius:

Weihnachtslieder (6), Op. 8

Schubert:

Ave Maria, D839

Rosamunde, D797: Romance 'Der Vollmond Strahlt auf Bergeshöh'n'

Seligkeit D433 (Holty)

Suleika I, D720

First release on CD

Suleika II, D717

First release on CD

Heidenröslein, D257

First release on CD

Der König in Thule, D367

First release on CD

Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

First release on CD

Gretchen am Spinnrade, D118

First release on CD

Schumann:

Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42

Gedichte der Königin Maria Stuart, Op. 135

First release on CD


Irmgard Seefried (soprano) & Erik Werba (piano)

After Irmgard Seefried’s death in 1988, her contemporary Elisabeth Schwarzkopf – never one to dish out compliments lightly – commented: ‘All of us envied her, because what we had to achieve laboriously worked for her so naturally and as a matter of course, because she knew how to sing from the heart’.

Freshness, spontaneity, natural warmth of feeling, allied to a voice of gleaming beauty and a delightful stage presence: these were the hallmarks of a much-loved soprano who for three decades charmed and moved audiences in the theatre and concert hall, her face as expressive as her voice. As John Steane memorably put it in Gramophone, ‘it was as though she wore her own spotlight’.

Born in the Swabian town of Köngetried in 1919, Seefried was ‘discovered’, aged twenty, by Herbert von Karajan in Aachen, where she made her operatic debut as the Priestess in Aida. In 1943 she sang Eva in Die Meistersinger for the Wiener Staatsoper, initiating an association that lasted until 1976. It was in Strauss and Mozart that Seefried was most admired.

Issued over eleven single-disc volumes, Deutsche Grammophon / Eloquence pays tribute to Irmgard Seefried, bringing back to circulation several recordings that have never previously been issued on CD. The music ranges through opera and oratorio, with an especially generous offering of art song from a range of composers, including Schubert, Schumann, Wolf, Hindemith and Egk. The notes for the series have been written by that leading connoisseur of the voice, Richard Wigmore.

Seefried was no less delightful as a recitalist than she was an opera singer, as can be heard on these recordings of Schubert, Schumann and Cornelius made with Erik Werba, her pianist of choice during the 1950s and ‘60s. In Schubert her naturalness was an invaluable asset: say, in her tender shaping of the exquisite bel canto melody of ‘Ave Maria’ (1825), Ellen’s prayer to the Virgin from Walter Scott’s The Lady of the Lake, or the charm, without winsomeness, she brings to Goethe’s wryly insouciant tale of blighted innocence, ‘Heidenröslein’.

Her gift of candid simplicity is enchantingly heard in Peter Cornelius’s artless Weihnachtslieder. Any singer of Frauenliebe und -leben must avoid mawkishness and convey a journey from dazed innocence through incredulity, excitement and joy in motherhood, to numbness in bereavement. Seefried’s distinctive timbre, combining the freshness of youth with a glowing warmth, gives her a head start. Beyond this, she experiences the cycle so vividly that, for its duration, hers seems the only possible way. Here, as in the Gedichte der Maria Stuart, we have singing of passionate immediacy and eloquently exploiting the hints of mezzo depth within her luminous soprano.

“Nineteenth-century German Lieder recorded with Seefried's regular accompanist, Erik Werba, between 1952 and 1962. Both are perfectly idiomatic, performing with easy confidence.” BBC Music Magazine *****

“[The Mary Stuart songs] are all sung with conviction” Gramophone Magazine

“the quality of the voice, the balance and the piano tone are of amazing fidelity. Interpretatively too, Mme Seefried is at her most penetrating and revealing, scrupulous with words and their meaning, wonderfully subtle at varying the mood in strophic songs, immensely vital in rhythm.” Gramophone Magazine

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Schubert: Goethe Lieder

Schubert: Goethe Lieder


Schubert:

Der Sänger, D149

Harfenspieler I 'Wer sich der Einsamkeit ergibt', D478

Harfenspieler II 'An die Türen will ich schleichen, D479

Harfenspieler III 'Wer nie sein Brot mit Tränen ass', D480

Prometheus, D674 (Goethe)

Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

Grenzen der Menschheit, D716

Erlkönig, D328

Szene aus Faust D126 (Goethe)

Der Zwerg, D771 (Collin)

Auf dem Wasser zu singen, D774

Liedesend, D473 (Mayrhofer)

Der Musensohn, D764 (Goethe)


Thomas Quasthoff (bass-baritone), Charles Spencer (piano)

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Schwarzkopf sings Schubert Lieder

Schwarzkopf sings Schubert Lieder


Beethoven:

Ah! Perfido, Op. 65

Herbert von Karajan

O wär' ich schon mit dir vereint (from Fidelio)

Herbert von Karajan

Schubert:

An die Musik D547

An Sylvia, D891

Auf dem Wasser zu singen, D774

Das Lied im Grünen, D917

Der Musensohn, D764 (Goethe)

Die Forelle, D550

Die junge Nonne, D828

Ungeduld (No. 7 from Die schöne Müllerin, D795)

Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

Gretchen am Spinnrade, D118

Im Frühling, D882

Litanei auf das Fest Allerseelen, D343

Nachtviolen D752 (Mayrhofer)

Nähe des Geliebten, D162

Seligkeit D433 (Holty)

Wehmut, D772 (Collin)


Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (soprano), Edwin Fischer, Gerald Moore & Karl Hudez (piano)

Elisabeth Schwarzkopf is accompanied by Edwin Fischer, Gerald Moore and Karl Hudez in a selection of Schubert lieder. Also featured is Marzelline's aria from Fidelio and the early Beethoven cantata Ah! Perfido conducted by Karajan. Super budget.

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Schubert: Die Schöne Müllerin & Favourite Goethe Lieder

Schubert: Die Schöne Müllerin & Favourite Goethe Lieder


Schubert:

Die schöne Müllerin, D795

with Gerald Moore (piano)

Wandrers Nachtlied I 'Der du von dem Himmel bist', D224

with Jörg Demus (piano)

Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

with Jörg Demus (piano)

Prometheus, D674 (Goethe)

with Jörg Demus (piano)

An den Mond, D259 (Goethe)

with Jörg Demus (piano)

Der Musensohn, D764 (Goethe)

with Jörg Demus (piano)


“A landmark recording of Die schöne Müllerin...alive with the uniquely imaginative creative relationship Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau enjoyed with Jorg Demus.” BBC Music Magazine, July 2013 *****

“here is an ideal equilibrium between experience, diligent study and still undiminished inspiration. The freshness, both vocally and in attitude, is wholly compelling...the transfers are excellent and with almost 78 minutes playing time you get a lot of music for your money. No one will regret buying this disc.” MusicWeb International, April 2013

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Schubert: Lieder

Schubert: Lieder


Schubert:

An die Musik D547

Im Frühling, D882

Wehmut, D772 (Collin)

Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

Das Lied im Grünen, D917

Gretchen am Spinnrade, D118

Nähe des Geliebten, D162

Die junge Nonne, D828

An Sylvia, D891

Auf dem Wasser zu singen, D774

Nachtviolen D752 (Mayrhofer)

Der Musensohn, D764 (Goethe)


“Schwarzkopf and Fischer make a magical partnership, with even the simplest of songs inspiring intensely subtle expression from singer and pianist alike. Fischer left few records more endearing than this, and Schwarzkopf’s colouring of word and tone is masterly.” Penguin Guide

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Schubert: Willkommen und Abschied

Schubert: Willkommen und Abschied


Schubert:

Heidenröslein, D257

Schlaflied D527 (Mayrhofer)

Wiegenlied D867 (Seidl)

Geheimes, D719 (Goethe)

Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

Auf der Bruck, D853

Der Fischer, D225 (Goethe)

Dass sie hier gewesen! D775 (Rückert)

Bei dir allein, D866/2

Der Schiffer, D536 (Mayrhofer)

Willkommen und Abschied, D767

Der Wanderer, D493

Im Walde D834

Wandrers Nachtlied I 'Der du von dem Himmel bist', D224

Der Einsame, D800

Der Winterabend (Es ist so still), D938

Herbst, D945

Rosamunde, D797: Romance 'Der Vollmond Strahlt auf Bergeshöh'n'

Nachtstück, D672 (Mayrhofer)


Werner Güra (tenor) & Christoph Berner (fortepiano Rönisch)

Born in Munich, Werner Güra has a reputation especially as an interpreter of lieder. His recordings for harmonia mundi, including the great cycles of Schubert, Schumann and Wolf and vocal ensembles by Brahms and Schumann, have all been widely acclaimed.

“It comprises 19 songs, all stylishly and beautifully sung by the tenor Werner Güra. The six Goethe settings include such familiar contrasts as Heidenröslein and Ganymed, while Willkommen und Abschied itself, more of a rarity, is heroically sung. The strength of Güra’s tone without any loss of quality has always been his strong point.” Sunday Telegraph, 29th January 2012

“His fresh lyric tenor combines well with Berner’s bright yet warm-toned fortepiano — he twinkles at Goethe’s ironic description of a water nymph as “eine feuchtes Weib”, literally a “damp woman” — while Berner brings drama to the piano parts of Auf der Bruck, Willkommen und Abschied and the haunting, yearning Herbst.” Sunday Times, 12th February 2012

“Berner, playing an 1872 Rönisch fortepiano, shows keen attention to every detail. Güra, outstanding in his unfussy, intense delivery, is a formidable, rousing guide.” The Observer, 26th February 2012

“Gura's strong, unaffected tenor voice is a pleasure to listen to, and Berner, who has an impressive keyboard freedom grounded in reliable technical skill, is a responsive accompanist: they perform as one, although too often their approach to a song somehow misses an essential quality of that particular piece of music.” International Record Review, March 2012 ****

“Gura and his fortepianist, Christoph Berner, have mapped out a trajectory of the Romantic view of human emotional life...At each stage, both musicians show perfect sympathy with Schubert's own engagement, ideal empathy with each other, and a shrewd sensitivity to musical and expressive scale.” BBC Music Magazine, May 2012 *****

“Gura is never dull. 'Der Wanderer' is intensely 'lived', the opening bleak and desiccated...One of the most eloquent performances of all is the last song, 'Nachtstuck'...Here, singer and pianist show an acute sensitivity to harmonic colour that characterises this whole rewarding recital.” Gramophone Magazine, May 2012

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Felicity Lott sings Schubert Favourites

Felicity Lott sings Schubert Favourites


Schubert:

Die Forelle, D550

An Sylvia, D891

Heidenröslein, D257

Du bist die Ruh D776 (Rückert)

Der Musensohn, D764 (Goethe)

An die Musik D547

Auf dem Wasser zu singen, D774

Sei mir gegrüsst! D741 (Rückert)

Litanei auf das Fest Allerseelen, D343

Die junge Nonne, D828

Ave Maria, D839

Im Frühling, D882

Gretchen am Spinnrade, D118

Nacht und Träume, D827

Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt, D877/4

Schlachtgesang D443 (Klopstock)

Der Hirt auf dem Felsen, D965 (Von Chezy / Muller)

with Michael Collins (clarinet) & Ian Brown (piano)


Felicity Lott (soprano) & Graham Johnson (piano)

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Schubert: Selected Songs

Schubert: Selected Songs


Schubert:

Das Lied im Grünen, D917

An den Mond, D259 (Goethe)

Grenzen der Menschheit, D716

Prometheus, D674 (Goethe)

Fischerweise, D881 (Schlechta)

Der Fischer, D225 (Goethe)

Wie Ulfru fischt, D525 (Mayrhofer)

Auf der Donau, D553 (Mayrhofer)

Auf dem Strom, D943, Op. post. 119

Fahrt zum Hades, D526 (Mayrhofer)

Gruppe aus dem Tartarus, second version, D583 (Schiller)

Lied des Florio, D857 No. 2

Ganymed, D544 (Goethe)

Der Gott und die Bajadere, D254

An den Tod D518 (Schubart)

Der Tod und das Mädchen, D531

Totengräbers Heimwehe D842 (Craigher)

Der Sieg D805 (Mayrhofer)

Dithyrambe, D801


Thilo Dahlmann (baritone) & Charles Spencer (piano)

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Bass baritone Thilo Dahlmann won the first prize at the North Rhine-Westphalia State Competition and was a member of the International Opera Studio of the Zurich Opera House. He has been a guest performer at the German Opera of the Rhine in Düsseldorf, Wuppertal Bühnen, Koblenz Theatre and St. Gallen Theatre, and has sung important bass baritone roles in Germany and abroad under conductors such as Helmuth Rilling, Franz-Welser-Moest, Philippe Jordan, Helmut Müller Brühl, Andreas and Christoph Spering, Masaaki Suzuki and Ralf Otto.

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