Roman Kofman - Schubert: Der Tod und das Mädchen; Mahler: Adagietto mp3 downloadPerformer: Roman Kofman
Title: Schubert: Der Tod und das Mädchen; Mahler: Adagietto
Released: November 22, 2005
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Roman Kofman - Schubert: Der Tod und das Mädchen; Mahler: Adagietto mp3 download
Der Tod und das Mädchen by Franz Schubert Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau, Baritone Gerald Moore, Piano Drawing by Peter Paul Rubens Apologies for the low volume.
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Kofman's attacks are on the emphatic side, particularly in the closing two movements, and the Kiev's strings cannot quite summon the strength he demands. In the end, the symphonic scale seems far too ponderous for either the players or the music and the dramatic conception of the music seems much too intense for the players or the conductor. The same is not true of Kofman's interpretation of the Adagietto from Mahler's own Fifth Symphony.
Schubert: Der Tod und das Mädchen; Mahler: Adagietto.
Kofman's attacks are on the emphatic side, particularly in the closing two movements, and the Kiev's strings cannot quite summon the strength he demands.
Der Tod und das Mädchen", D 531; Op. 7, No. 3, is a lied composed by Franz Schubert in February 1817. It was published by Cappi und Diabelli in Vienna in November 1821. The text is derived from a poem written by German poet Matthias Claudius. The song is set for voice and piano. The piece begins with an introduction in D minor; the first eight bars in the time signature 2/2. Both hands play chords. The section is quiet (pianissimo) and slow (mäßig), and presents the musical theme of Death.
With Ukrainian born, Roman Kofman at the baton, the Kiev Chamber Orchestra pays tribute to Gustav Mahler’s secret passion for the arranging of legendary compositions for chamber orchestra. Schubert’s Death and the Maiden is heard in Mahler’s magnificent re-write for string orchestra. The companion work is the famous Adagietto from Mahler’s own Fifth Symphony, music which captivated hearts of a wider audience of filmgoers thirty years ago in director Luchino Visconti’s adaptation of Thomas Mann’s novella Death in Venice. Their choice of Egon Schiele’s ‘Der Tod und das Mädchen’ from the Österreichische Galerie Belvedere, in Vienna, is splendid and especially appropriate.
Allegro molto", "Quartet D Minor "Death and the Maiden" (Arr. by Gustav Mahler), D 810: IV. Presto" and "Symphony No. 5 in F Major: Adagietto". Songs start at USD . 9. Symphony No. 5 in F Major: Adagietto.
|String Quartet No. 14 in D minor ("Death and the Maiden"), D. 810|
|2||Andante con moto||Roman Kofman||15:03|
|3||Scherzo. Allegro molto||Roman Kofman||4:15|
|5||Adagietto, for orchestra (from the Symphony No. 5)||Roman Kofman||9:57|
CreditsJanet Berridge - Liner Note Translation
Michael Berridge - Liner Note Translation
Ute Blaumer - Harp
Irmlind Capelle - Editing
Werner Dabringhaus - Engineer, Producer
Reimund Grimm - Producer
Kiev Chamber Orchestra - Orchestra
Roman Kofman - Conductor, Primary Artist
Michael Kube - Liner Notes
Egon Schiele - Cover Art