Browse: Brahms - Wie Melodien zieht es mir, Op. 105 No. 1
This page lists all recordings of Wie Melodien zieht es mir, Op. 105 No. 1 by Johannes Brahms (1833-97).
Francesco Dillon (cello), Emanuele Torquati (piano)
Jonathan Aasgaard (cello), Martin Roscoe (piano)
The best performance here is an extraordinary rendition of the First Violin Sonata. Transferred to the cello's upper strings, and played with limpid elegance, its musing character is given an... — More…
Christa Ludwig (mezzo), Gerald Moore (piano), Geoffrey Parsons (piano), Geoffrey Parsons (piano) & Herbert Downes (viola), Recorded: 16-21, 23-27 September 1963 & 7 April 1964, Kingsway Hall, London, Teresa Stich-Randall, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Eberhard Wächter
Philharmonia Chorus &...
Her voice took naturally to the microphone, so this four-disc set is another source of infinite musical pleasure to be snapped up quickly before it disappears. — More…
Lisa Della Casa (soprano), Karl Hudez (piano)
Wiener Philharmoniker, Karl Böhm
Although the performances of Strauss and Brahms are very brilliant, the most profound singing is to be found in the songs of Schubert and Wolf. Della Casa seems to be most deeply moved by them,... — More…
Robert Holl (bass-baritone) & Graham Johnson (piano)
Holl's true bass register resonates eloquently with this programme of very serious songs...Holl has the ability to draw the listener in...For the Four Serious Songs themselves, Holl brings a... — More…