Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger - All Who Wander mp3 downloadPerformer: Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger
Title: All Who Wander
Style: Vocal Music
Location: SUNY Purchase
Released: November 11, 2016
Date of recording: August, 2015
Size MP3 version: 1313 mb
Size FLAC version: 1447 mb
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Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger - All Who Wander mp3 download
All Who Wander, Jamie Barton's debut solo album featuring pianist Brian Zeger, will be released on Delos Music on November 11, 2016
Jamie Barton (born October 17, 1981) is an American mezzo-soprano. She won the BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition (both Main and Song Prizes) in June 2013 Contents. 1 Early life and education. 3 Critical reception. All Who Wander – Jamie Barton (mezzo); Brian Zeger (piano). Released November 2016. "At A Glance - Jamie Barton, mezzo-soprano". Retrieved 2016-12-23.
Only 10 left in stock (more on the way). Delos has scored a major coup in releasing her debut album. Jamie's well-chosen program of late-Romantic repertoire begins with eight of Gustav Mahler's finest lieder- including his wonderful Five Ruckert Songs- before treating us to the rare delights of Antonin Dvorak's song cycle Gypsy Songs.
I’m beyond grateful to have had a brilliant team by my side on this project – the pianist Brian Zeger, an incredible collaborator and artist; our engineer Adam Abeshouse; my managers Michael Benchetrit at Columbia Artists and Ian Stones and Shirley Thomson at HarrisonParrott; my publicist Beth Stewart at Verismo Communications, who also project managed this album; the teams at Delos Music and. Naxos; and my family, both logical and biological.
All who wandered into the Kosciusko Foundation on Wednesday, Feb. 8 were greeted with an intimate celebration of mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton’s debut album All Who Wander. The event, which was hosted by the Gerda Lissner Foundation featured a performance in addition to a Q&A hosted by Ken Benson. Barton performed a total of seven selections from the album alongside pianist Brian Zeger. Here are some of the biggest nuggets of insight and wisdom that came about from the 90-minute event. The title of the album was the result of an algorithm
Jamie Barton, Brian Zeger. Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton burst upon the global opera and concert scene in recent years after having won many of the world’s most prestigious prizes for vocal excellence and accomplishments. Jamie’s well-chosen program of late-Romantic repertoire begins with eight of Gustav Mahler’s finest lieder - including his wonderful Five Ruckert Songs - before treating us to the rare delights of Antonin Dvorak’s song cycle Gypsy Songs.
Mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton joins pianist Brian Zeger in her debut recording featuring late-Romantic lieder from Gustav Mahler, Antonin Dvořák and Jean Sibelius. The world has been waiting for this voice for a long time – one that reminds you of how capable the human voice is of creating something of absolute beauty. Jamie pours all of her heart into every phrase of this deeply personal debut album. You will be utterly transported.
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Anyone who watched Jamie Barton sail serenely to victory at 2013’s Cardiff Singer of the World competition will know what a fine singer she is. This debut recital from Delos only underlines the fact. The voice is rich, generous and vibrant, big but beautifully controlled, impeccably smooth throughout its range. It’s the sort of instrument you could listen to all day, in any sort of repertoire. She’s an intelligent, sensitive musician too, and evidently a good programme-builder, here offering Dvo∑ák and Sibelius to complement her Mahler. Lieder und Gesänge, No. 7, Ich ging mit Lust durch einen grünen Wald (wds. Das Knaben Wunderhorn). Gustav Mahler Composer. 2, Erinnerung (wds. Leander). 12, Scheiden und Meiden (wds.
Jamie Barton (mezzo), Brian Zeger (piano). Barton seems now to be the equal of any dramatic mezzo before the public . Jamie’s well-chosen program of late-Romantic repertoire begins with eight of Gustav Mahler’s finest lieder – including his wonderful Five Rückert Songs – before treating us to the rare delights of Antonin Dvořák’s song cycle Gypsy Songs.
|Fünf Lieder nach Rückert (Five Rückert Songs)|
|1||Ich atmet’ einen linden Duft Gustav Mahler||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:43|
|2||Liebst du um Schönheit Gustav Mahler||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:43|
|3||Blicke mir nicht in die Lieder! Gustav Mahler||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||1:32|
|4||Um Mitternacht Gustav Mahler||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||6:56|
|5||Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen Gustav Mahler||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||6:48|
|6||Ich ging mit Lust Gustav Mahler||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||4:41|
|7||Erinnerung Gustav Mahler||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:45|
|8||Scheiden und Meiden Gustav Mahler||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:43|
|Cigánské melodie, Op. 55|
|9||Má píseň zas mi láskou zní Antonin Dvorák||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:51|
|10||Aj! Kterak trojhranec můj přerozkošně zvoní Antonin Dvorák||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||1:12|
|11||A les je tichý kolem kol Antonin Dvorák||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||3:16|
|12||Když mne stará matka zpívat zpívat učívala Antonin Dvorák||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:40|
|13||Struna naladěna Antonin Dvorák||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||1:10|
|14||Široké rukávy a široké gatě Antonin Dvorák||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||1:40|
|15||Dejte klec jestřábu ze zlata ryzého Antonin Dvorák||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:03|
|16||Svarta rosor, Op. 36, No. 1 Jean Sibelius||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:20|
|17||Säv, säv, susa, Op. 36, No. 4 Jean Sibelius||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:55|
|18||Flickan kom, Op. 37, No. 5 Jean Sibelius||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||3:27|
|Songs of Runeberg, Op 13|
|19||2. Kyssens Hopp Jean Sibelius||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:18|
|20||Marssnön, Op. 36, No. 5 Jean Sibelius||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||1:39|
|21||Var det en dröm?, Op. 37, No. 4 Jean Sibelius||Jamie Barton / Brian Zeger||2:12|
CreditsAdam Abeshouse - Editing, Engineer, Mastering, Mixing, Producer
Jamie Barton - Liner Notes, Mezzo-Soprano (Vocal), Photography, Primary Artist
Jean-Paul Bjorlin - Text Translation
Joyce DiDonato - Quotation Author
Antonin Dvorák - Composer
Fay Fox - Photography
Adolf Heyduk - Text
Ernst Josephson - Text
Lindsay Koob - Booklet Editor
Lonnie Kunkel - Graphic Design, Layout
Richard Leander - Text
Gustav Mahler - Composer
Anne Maley - Booklet Editor
Carol Rosenberger - Executive Producer
Friedrich Rückert - Text
Johan Ludvig Runeberg - Text
Jean Sibelius - Composer
Jared Slater - Photography
David Slitzky - Assistant Engineer
Josef Julius Wecksell - Text
Brian Zeger - Piano, Primary Artist