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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Vocal and Choral Music (Edition Fischer-Dieskau, Vol. 3) (Fischer-Dieskau) (1952)

BEETHOVEN, L. van: Vocal and Choral Music (Edition Fischer-Dieskau, Vol. 3) (Fischer-Dieskau) (1952)

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2013

Originally recorded in 2008

Artists:

Herbert Froitzheim

Conductor

Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau

Soloist

Ina-Elisabeth Brosow

Soloist

Grete Eweler-Froboese

Soloist

Bratislava City Chorus

Choral

Venue:

Berlin

Venue

Record Label
Audite

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 68:48
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BEETHOVEN, L. van: Vocal and Choral Music (Edition Fischer-Dieskau, Vol. 3) (Fischer-Dieskau) (1952)

     
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LUDWIG VAN BEETHOVEN

     
 

25 Scottish songs, Op. 108 (text by W. Smyth)

 
1 25 Scottish songs, Op. 108: No. 1. Music, love and wine 02:07
2 25 Scottish songs, Op. 108: No. 3. O sweet were the hours 03:49
3 25 Scottish songs, Op. 108: No. 13. Come fill, fill my good fellow 02:25
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
 Herbert Froitzheim Conductor
     
 

25 Scottish songs, Op. 108

 
4 No. 16. Could this ill world have been contriv'd 02:38
5 No. 17. O Mary, at thy window be 02:37
6 No. 18. Enchantress, farewell 03:57
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
     
7 

25 Scottish songs, Op. 108 (text by J. Baillie)

02:37
 Ina-Elisabeth Brosow Soloist
 Herbert Froitzheim Conductor
     
8 

25 Scottish songs, Op. 108 (text by W. Smyth)

05:35
 Ina-Elisabeth Brosow Soloist
     
9 

25 Scottish songs, Op. 108 (text by J. Hogg)

02:55
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
 Herbert Froitzheim Conductor
     
10 

25 Scottish songs, Op. 108 (text by J. Baillie)

03:05
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
     
 

25 Irish songs, WoO 152 (text by R. Burns, J. Baillie, and A. Boswell)

 
11 No. 3. Once more I hail thee 03:59
12 No. 4. The morning air plays on my face 02:32
13 No. 21. Morning a cruel turmoiler is 02:16
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
     
14 

20 Irish songs, WoO 153

02:03
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
     
15 

20 Irish songs, WoO 153 (text by A. Boswell)

04:02
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
 Herbert Froitzheim Conductor
     
16 

12 Irish songs, WoO 154 (text by A. Boswell)

02:05
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
     
17 

12 Irish songs, WoO 154 (text by W. Smyth)

02:29
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
 Herbert Froitzheim Conductor
     
18 

12 Songs of various nationality, WoO 157 (text by W. Smyth)

03:29
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
 Herbert Froitzheim Conductor
     
 

26 Welsh songs, WoO 155 (text by W. Jones and A. Hunter)

 
19 No. 16. The Damsels of Cardigan 02:43
20 No. 17. The Dairy House 02:24
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
     
21 

12 Songs of various nationality, WoO 157

05:10
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
 Herbert Froitzheim Conductor
     
22 

12 Songs of various nationality, WoO 157 (Traditional lyricist)

03:51
 Grete Eweler-Froboese Soloist
     
 Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau Soloist


Certainly though he had the talent for it, Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau rarely Took on humorous roles in the theater or concert hall. That he had a superb command of comic nuance is Proved not only by his stunning personification of Falstaff in Verdi’s final opera, but by his performances of Scottish, Irish, and Welsh folk songs. In 1952 Fischer-Dieskau joined forces with the celebrated pianist Michael Rauch iron, two other instrumentalists, and the RIAS Chamber Chorus to record twenty-two folk songs from Ireland and Great Britain. The arrangements stem from none other than Ludwig van Beethoven, who dispatched a good many folk song arrangements to Edinburgh for a handsome fee. The listener learns a great deal about love and nature, conviviality, national pride, and wine consumption in the British Isles - and can hear how supremely Fischer-Dieskau wields his baritone, from uninhibited drinking songs to embodiments of innocent love. The historical publications at audite are based, without exception, on the original tapes from broadcasting archives . In general thesis are the original analogue tapes, Which to attain astonishingly high quality, even Measured by today’s standards, With Their tape speed of up to 76 cm / sec. The remastering - professionally competent and sensitively applied - thus uncovers in previously hidden details of the interpretations. Malthus, a sound of superior quality results. 

 
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