Arleen Augér - Schubert: Goethe Lieder mp3 downloadPerformer: Arleen Augér
Title: Schubert: Goethe Lieder
Style: Vocal Music
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Arleen Augér - Schubert: Goethe Lieder mp3 download
It was written in 1771 during Goethe's stay in Strasbourg when he was in love with Friederike Brion, to whom the poem is addressed. Soprano: Arleen Auger.
These are individual songs from a vocal recital at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, June 20, 1984.
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Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist - Artist (Sample). Thomas Allen's credentials as a master Lieder recitalist are hardly in doubt; his distinctive, faintly gruff and grainy baritone is ideally suited to delineating the quiet desperation of these songs and he is greatly assisted by the responsiveness and variety of Vignoles' pianism. Allen was in his mid-forties when he recorded this cycle and a slight dryness sometimes mars his tone but this is compensated for by his ability to provide vocal and verbal nuance and his vibrato is still quick and firm - no middle-aged wobble here
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Arleen Augér communicates in the same way on this well composed recital, often discreetly, even recessed, singing so to speak inwards, as a dialogue with the individual, not the whole audience as a collective. The opening song, Schumann’s Widmung, at once tells us that this is going to be an intimate hour: soft, unaffected but with concentration and acuity. Röselein, Röselein! is ethereal and extremely beautiful, while the seldom heard Goethe setting Singet nicht in Trauertönen is light and springy, the piano accompaniment played with infectious bounciness by the excellent Dalton Baldwin
6 Lieder, O. 7, TrV149 Work. Arleen Augér Soprano, Dalton Baldwin Piano. Joseph Marx Composer. Lotte Lehmann: A 125th Birthday Tribute (Live). Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra.
|1||Gretchen am Spinnrade ("Meine Ruh'..."), song for voice & piano, D. 118 (Op. 2)||Arleen Augér||3:36|
|2||Gretchen ("Ach neige..."), song for voice & piano (fragment), D. 564||Arleen Augér||4:44|
|3||Die Liebe ("Freudvoll und leidvoll"), song for voice & piano (Klärchens Lied), D. 210||Arleen Augér||1:48|
|4||Lied der Mignon ("Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt"), for voice & piano ("Sehnsucht"), D. 481||Arleen Augér||3:56|
|5||Mignon I (Heiss' mich nicht reden"), song for voice & piano, D. 726||Arleen Augér||3:05|
|6||Mignon II ("So lasst mich scheinen"), song for voice & piano, D. 727||Arleen Augér||4:36|
|7||Mignon ("Kennst du das Land?"), song for voice & piano, D. 321||Arleen Augér||5:17|
|8||Heidenröslein ("Sah ein Knab..."), song for voice & piano, D. 257 (Op. 3/3)||Arleen Augér||2:06|
|9||Lied der Mignon ("Heiss' mich nicht reden"), song for voice & piano, D. 877/2, (Op. 62/2)||Arleen Augér||4:10|
|10||Lied der Mignon ("So lasst mich scheinen"), song for voice & piano, D. 877/3 (Op. 62/3)||Arleen Augér||3:46|
|11||Lied der Mignon ("Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt"), song for voice & piano, D. 877/4 (Op. 62/4)||Arleen Augér||3:34|
|12||Die Liebende schreibt ("Ein Blick von deinen Augen"), song for voice & piano, D. 673 (Op. posth. 165/1)||Arleen Augér||2:55|
|13||Suleika I ("Was bedeutet die Bewegung"), song for voice & piano, D. 720 (Op. 14/1)||Arleen Augér||5:48|
|14||Suleika II ("Ach, um deine feuchten Schwingen"), song for voice & piano, D. 717 (Op. 31)||Arleen Augér||5:17|
CreditsArleen Augér - Primary Artist, Soprano (Vocal)
Walter Olbertz - Piano