Album · 1999 · 22 Songs. Mörike-Lieder: No. 21: An Eine Christblume II. 1:45. 3. 27: Zum Neuen Jahr. 4. 30: Neue Liebe. 5. 31: Wo Find Ich Trost. 6. 28: Gebet.
Baritone Vocals – Dietrich Henschel. Design – Michel De Backer. Engineer – Hugues Deschaux. Executive Producer – Michel Stockhem. Liner Notes – Leopold Spitzer. Liner Notes – Jeremy Drake (2).
Dietrich Henschel, Fritz Schwinghammer. Executive Producer, Liner Note Translation, Text Translation. In the pantheon of the greatest and most eminent musicians at the end of the 19th century, it is time for Hugo Wolf to step forward and take the place he so richly deserves.
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T his year's Hugo Wolf anniversary – he was born in 1860 – has so far been overshadowed a bit by Mahler celebrations and the Chopin and Schumann bicentenaries. This imposing new recording of the Mörike Lieder from Dietrich Henschel and Fritz Schwinghammer goes some way, however, towards redressing the balance. Most of these songs are familiar as individual items in recital, though hearing them as a set is a reminder of just how carefully Wolf creates dramatic tensions through the juxtaposition of the sacred and the profane in the first half, and the tragic and the erotic in the second
Wolf, H: Mörike-Lieder (complete). Dietrich Henschel (baritone) & Fritz Schwinghammer (piano) - BBC Music Magazine, January 2011, Mor. elease Date: 26th Jul 2010. For his debut on Fuga Libera, Dietrich Henschel sets a very high benchmark. Accompanied by his faithful pianist, Fritz Schwinghammer, he provides a stunning introduction to the universe of Hugo Wolf in the first in a series of recitals recorded in the Ehrbar Saal in Vienna. The live recording in such an inspiring surrounding gives us something completely intimate and natural.
Bass-baritone Dietrich Henschel has been singing professionally since 1990, largely, however, confining his early career to Germany. With his 1997 appearances at the Deutsche Oper Berlin singing the title role in Henze's Der Prinz von Homburg and at the Opéra National de Lyon as Faust in Busoni's Doktor Faust, he launched his international career with conspicuous critical acclaim. He has gone on to many further successes on the operatic stage, but also made numerous appearances with major and second-tier orchestras and often given lieder recitals. Bach, Haydn, Orff, and Berio. He has recorded for a variety of labels, including EMI, Philips, Chandos, Teldec, Virgin Classics, TDK, and EuroArts. Henschel was born in Berlin, Germany, in 1967.
|Gedichte Von Eduard Mörike|
|1-5||Der Genesene An Die Hoffnung||3:44|
|1-6||Auf Einer Wanderung||3:16|
|1-8||Frage Und Antwort||1:53|
|1-11||In Der Frühe||2:27|
|1-13||Wo Find' Ich Trost||4:34|
|1-14||Auf Ein Altes Bild||2:06|
|1-15||Lied Eines Verliebten||1:38|
|1-16||An Die Geliebte||3:15|
|1-18||Auf Eine Christblume I||5:03|
|1-19||Auf Eine Christblume II||1:57|
|1-20||Erstes Liebeslied Eines Mádchens||1:21|
|1-25||Zum Neuen Jahr||1:52|
|2-5||Denk' Es, O Seele||2:47|
|2-6||An Eine Äolsharfe||5:34|
|2-11||Die Geister Am Mummelsee||3:23|
|2-12||An Den Schlaf||2:20|
|2-13||Lied Von Winde||2:47|
|2-16||Bei Einer Trauung||2:04|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Outhere
- Copyright (c) – Outhere
- Manufactured By – Sony DADC Austria AG
- Baritone Vocals – Dietrich Henschel
- Design – Michel De Backer
- Editor – Hugues Deschaux
- Engineer – Hugues Deschaux
- Executive Producer – Michel Stockhem
- Liner Notes – Leopold Spitzer
- Liner Notes [English translation] – Jeremy Drake
- Liner Notes [French translation] – Michel Stockhem
- Lyrics By – Eduard Mörike
- Photography – Clara Pons
- Piano – Fritz Schwinghammer
- Producer – Hugues Deschaux
NotesRecorded live in Vienna, Ehrbar Saal, 2009
Total time disc 1: 68'57
Total time disc 2: 54'46
Total time: 124'42
Presented in a three panel digipak with a 52 page booklet with notes and poem texts in German, English and French
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- Barcode (Text): 5 400439 005686
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