Title: Die Schone Magelone
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Johannes Brahms' Die schöne Magelone, Op. 33, is unique in his oeuvre. It is not quite a song cycle, for the 15 poems set by Brahms, out of 18 by poet Ludwig Tieck, include three different narrators. Baritone Christian Gerhaher sounds quite a bit like Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, one of the few others to have recorded the cycle, but his interpretation is gentler and more romantically reflective. Recommended, and likely to occasion new thinking on how to approach these unusual Brahms songs.
Brahms: Die schöne Magelone. Othmar Schoeck: Notturno. Mahler: Orchestral Songs. Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin. Arte Nova Voices - Lieder: Schubert, Brahms, Martin. Christian Gerhaher, Martin Walser, Gerold Huber 31/7/2017. 1 Die schöne Magelone~Die schöne Magelone Christian Gerhaher, Martin Walser, Gerold Huber 3:4.
Johannes Brahms: Die Schoene Magelone. Johannes Brahms' Die schöne Magelone, Op. The poems come from a novella, itself based on an old French romance about a princess, Magelone, whose intended, Count Peter, strays from her during his travels and falls in love with a Muslim girl named Sulima. Brahms' songs thus resemble settings of songs from Shakespeare's plays.
Album title: Brahms. Works: Die schöne Magelone. Performer: Christian Gerhaher (baritone), Gerold Huber (piano). Even though there’s surprisingly little to choose between the two, Gerhaher’s is the richer and more rewarding voice in repertoire of which he is arguably today’s leading exponent.
Johannes Brahms composed a work based on poems about the historical legend. Gerhaher sings them with a clear and powerful voice - his enunciation is precise, his singing full of interesting color. The result is a fascinating combination of audiobook and Lieder cycle based on the story of the young knight Peter from Provence. Brahms: Die schöne Magelone. Gerhaher, Huber, Walser.
Johannes Brahms: Die schöne Magelone. Brahms: Die Schone Magelone. The instrumental partners are: Gerold Huber, Gerhaher's longtime accompanist; Sebastian Klinger, the principal cellist of the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks who is currently pursuing a solo career; and, on the violin, Anton Barachovsky, leader of the Symphonieorchester. Lieder repertoire especially close to Christian Gerhaher's heart - Already the third release on BR-KLASSIK of concerts with Christian Gerhaher as Artist in Residence with the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks - Rarely recorded Lieder, some in the unusual arrangement for voice and piano trio.
Martin Walser narrator – Gerold Huber piano. Die schöne Magelone Johannes Brahms. Christian Gerhaher baritone – Martin Walser narrator – Gerold Huber piano. EN Between 1861 and 1869, Johannes Brahms composed fifteen ‘Romanzen’ for baritone Julius Stockhausen. For the text, he found inspiration in Ludwig Tieck’s Liebesgeschichte der schönen Magelone und des Grafen Peter von Provence. Christian Gerhaher and Gerold Huber form a chamber music duo of exceptional quality: combining intelligence and expression, force and nuance, their strong presence is continuously at the service of music.
In 2018, Christian Gerhaher, Gerold Huber and Ulrich Tukur will give further of Brahm’s Die schöne Magelone in Bamberg, Frankfurt and Vienna. Gerold Huber’s activities as a soloist focus on the works of Johann Sebastian Bach, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms and Franz Schubert. He has given recitals in Munich, Regensburg, at the Théâtre Municipal des Romains in France, at the Kultursommer Kassel Festival and the New Zealand Festival in Wellington.
Brahms: Die Schone Magelone. By Stearns, David Patrick. Magazine article Gramophone. Though recorded periodically and treated as a cultural touchstone in German-speaking countries, Brahms's Die schone Magelone still leaves seasoned English-speaking audiences asking, 'What, exactly, is it?' What looks like a Lieder cycle is better compared to songs in Shakespeare plays.
|1||Keinen Hat Es Noch Gereut||3:48|
|2||Traun! Bogen Und Pfeil Sind Gut Fur Den Feind||1:44|
|3||Sind Es Schmerzen, Sind Es Freuden||5:35|
|4||Liebe Kam Aus Fernen Landen||4:19|
|5||So Willst Du Des Armen||1:41|
|6||Wie Soll Ich Die Freude, Die Wonne Denn Tragen||5:59|
|7||War Es Dir. Dem Diese Lippen Bebten||3:01|
|8||Wir Mussen Uns Trennen||3:37|
|9||Ruhe, Subliebchen, Im Schatten||5:19|
|10||Verweiflung -So Tonet Denn, Schaumende Wellen||2:43|
|11||Wie Schnell Verschwindet So Licht Als Glanz||3:37|
|12||Mub Es Eine Trennung Geben||3:19|
|13||Sulima- Geliebter, Wo Zaudert Dein Irrender Fub?||1:59|
|14||Wie Froh Und Frisch Mein Sinn Sich Hebt||2:38|
|15||Treue Liebe Dauert Lange||4:36|
Notes'15 Romances From Ludwig Tieck's Magelone, Op.33'
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