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SPOHR, L. / MOZART W.A.: Songs for Voice and Guitar (Brown, Sebastiani)

The Classical Shop
release date: December 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Adriano Sebastiani

Soloist

Antonia Elisabeth Brown

Soloist

Record Label
Brilliant Classics

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 59:22
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LOUIS SPOHR

 

6 Lieder, Op. 37 (arr. for soprano and guitar)

 
1 No. 1. Mignons Lied 02:54
2 No. 2. Lebenslied 01:53
3 No. 3. Die Stimme der Nacht 02:53
4 No. 5. Liebesschwarmerei 03:09
5 No. 4. Getrennte Liebe 01:53
6 No. 6. Lied beim Rundtanz 01:33
     
 

6 Lieder, Op. 41 (arr. for soprano and guitar)

 
7 No. 1. Das Madchens Sehnsucht 02:26
8 No. 3. An Mignon 02:49
9 No. 4. Klagelied von den drei 02:26
10 No. 2. Lied aus Aslaugas Ritter 01:35
11 No. 5. Der erste Kuss 01:53
12 No. 6. Vanitas! Vanitatum vanitas 02:42
     
 

6 Lieder, Op. 72 (arr. for soprano and guitar)

 
13 No. 1. Fruhlingslied 02:10
14 No. 2. Schifferlied der Wasserfee 02:06
15 No. 3. Ghasel 01:33
16 No. 4. Beruhigung 02:37
17 No. 5. An Rosa Maria 03:27
18 No. 6. Schlaflied 02:58
     
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

19 

Das Veilchen, K. 476 (arr. W.T. Matiegka)

02:31
     
20 

Komm, liebe Zither, K. 351

01:44
     
21 

Vergiss mein nicht, K. Anh. 246 C8.06 (arr. W.T. Matiegka)

01:37
     
22 

Die Zufriedenheit, K. 349 (with mandolin accompaniment)

02:14
     
 

JOSEF MYSLIVECEK

23 

Ridente la calma (arr. W.A. Mozart for voice and piano, K. 152/210a)

03:26
     
 

WOLFGANG AMADEUS MOZART

24 

Abendempfindung, K. 523 (arr. W.T. Matiegka)

04:53
     
 Antonia Elisabeth Brown Soloist
 Adriano Sebastiani Soloist


 Despite the substantial number of Lieder written for voice and piano in the 19th century, the guitar was also used occasionally as an accompaniment -- it was Berlioz’s first instrument, and Schubert composed a number of Lieder for guitar and voice, considering himself a guitarist first and a pianist second. Therefore, while the three sets of German Songs by Louis Spohr on this recording were composed originally for piano and voice in 1816--1826, with editions for guitar appearing shortly after the original publications, we can be sure that Spohr would have approved of these arrangements.

The Mozart songs included on this disc were also originally composed for piano, with the exception of K351 and K349, which were written for mandolin accompaniment. Three of the songs were transcribed for guitar by Wenzeslaus Matiega (1773--1830) a Bohemian who was based in Vienna.

Mozart was Spohr’s idol, so it is fitting that these two composers’ songs have been programmed together to create a unique and complementary programme.

 Despite the substantial number of Lieder written for voice and piano in the 19th century, the guitar was also used occasionally as an accompaniment -- it was Berlioz’s first instrument, and Schubert composed a number of Lieder for guitar and voice, considering himself a guitarist first and a pianist second. Therefore, while the three sets of German Songs by Louis Spohr on this recording were composed originally for piano and voice in 1816--1826, with editions for guitar appearing shortly after the original publications, we can be sure that Spohr would have approved of these arrangements.

The Mozart songs included on this disc were also originally composed for piano, with the exception of K351 and K349, which were written for mandolin accompaniment. Three of the songs were transcribed for guitar by Wenzeslaus Matiega (1773--1830) a Bohemian who was based in Vienna.

Mozart was Spohr’s idol, so it is fitting that these two composers’ songs have been programmed together to create a unique and complementary programme.




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