Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Gerald Moore, Brahms. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Gerald Moore, Brahms - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau Singt Lieder Des Jungen Brahms (LP). Electrola, Electrola, Electrola, Electrola, Electrola. E 91 327, walp 617, 91 327, ste 91327, asdw 9141.
Album · 2001 · 18 Songs. By Franz Schubert - Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau & Gerald Moore. 3. Schwanengesang, . 57 (2001 Remastered Version): III: Frühlingssehnsucht (Rellstab). 4. 57 (2001 Remastered Version): IV: Ständchen (Rellstab). 5. 57 (2001 Remastered Version): V: Aufenthalt (Rellstab).
The young Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau's voice is in glorious condition. Wagner Tristan und Isolde The young Fischer-Dieskau as Kurwenal on the classic 1950s Furtwängler (the singer's favourite conductor) recording. Fischer-Dieskau's early Wagner recordings are all outstanding. Schubert Die Schöne Mullerin This list could contain any or all of Fischer-Dieskau's many recordings of the Schubert song cycles. His recordings with Gerald Moore were the ones that set new standards. Britten War Reqiuem Britten wrote the baritone role for Fischer-Dieskau. Fifty years on, his recording is definitively moving.
Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau – Famous Lieder. Fischer-Dieskau captured in fine form in these welcome recordings from the ‘50s. View record and artist details. Record and Artist Details. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau (bar). Schwanengesang, 'Swan Song', No. 11, Die Stadt. Franz Schubert Composer. Günther Weissenborn (pf). 12, Am Meer. 14, Die Taubenpost. Die) Schöne Müllerin, No. 5, Am Feierabend.
Like Christa Ludwig, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau crossed paths with Gerald Moore in the same programme. In 1959, the baritone, already famous since his first recording of Schubert's Winter Journey in 1947, makes his television debut. This singer steeped in German literature, also inspired by a rigour that is far from being equalled, recorded all of Schubert's lieder and sang close to three thousand lieder by a hundred different composers. Archives: "Celebrity Recital," BBC archive directed by Charles Beardsall, 1962. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau," BBC archive directed by Walter Todds, 1959. Gala concert: l'orchestre symphonique de la radio japonaise," INA archive directed by Denise Billon, 1960. Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau Baritone. Christa Ludwig Mezzo-soprano. Gerald Moore Pianist. Johannes Brahms, Five Romances and Songs, Op. 84. Vergebliches Ständchen.
Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau! One could not ask for a better pair of lieder singers. Pianist Gerald Moore is a real pro and artist in his own right, able to contribute to and frame the vocal art exquisitely. I must admit I have a soft-spot for Brahms and musically astute native speakers singing lieder, and this certainly fits the bill. However, even if you don't understand a word of German, you can just close your eyes and enjoy. Brahms intended these songs for private performance. The two singers and the great Gerald Moore succeeded in making me feel part of an intimate audience, listening to them use tonal color and rhythmic subtlety to turn simple strophic ballads into drama.
|A1||Liebe Und Frühling I (Wie Sich Regentagen Schwingen), Op. 3 No. 2 (Hoffman von Fallersleben)||1:37|
|A2||Liebe Und Frühling II (Ich Muss Hinaus), Op.3 No 3 (Hoffman von Fallersleben)||1:41|
|A3||In der Fremde, Op. 3 No. 5 (Eichendorff)||1:22|
|A4||Lied, Op. 3 No. 6 (Eichendorff)||2:07|
|A5||Nachtigallen Schwingen, Op. 6 No. 6 (Hoffman von Fallersleben)|
|A6||Parole, Op. 7 No. 2 (Eichendorff)|
|A7||Anklange, Op. 7 No. 3 (Eichendorff)|
|A8||Der Kuss, Op. 19 No. 1 (Holty)|
|A9||In Der Ferne, Op. 19 No. 3 (Uhland)|
|Brahams - 9 Songs, Op. 32|
|B1||No. 1: Wie Rafft´ich Mich Auf (Platen)||3:39|
|B2||No.2: Nicht Mehr Zu Der Zu Gehen (Dauer)||2:40|
|B3||No. 3: Ich Schleich´ Umher Betrübt (Platen)||1:38|
|B4||No. 4: Der Strom, Der Neben Mir Verrauschte (Platen)||1:23|
|B5||No. 5: Wehe, So Willst Du Mich Wieder (Platen)||1:51|
|B6||No. 6: Du Sprichst, Dass Ich Mich Tauschte (Platen)||1:38|
|B7||No. 7: Bitters Zu Sagen Denkst Du (Daumer, After Hafiz)|
|B8||No. 8: So Steh´n Wir, Ich Und Meine Weide (Daumer, After Hafiz)||1:34|
|B9||No. 9: Wie Bist Du, Meine Königin (Daumer)||4:17|
- Baritone Vocals – Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau
- Piano – Gerald Moore
NotesSung in German, Recorded in Germany, Mfd. In USA
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A): 2YRA-X-1426-B4
- Matrix / Runout (Side B): 2YRA-X-1427-B2