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SCHUMANN, R.: Vocal Music (Edelmann, Spencer)

SCHUMANN, R.: Vocal Music (Edelmann, Spencer)

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Paul Armin Edelmann

Soloist

Charles Spencer

Soloist

Record Label
Capriccio

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 59:35
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ROBERT SCHUMANN

     
 

12 Gedichte, Op. 35

 
1 No. 1. Lust der Sturmnacht 01:41
2 No. 2. Stirb, Lieb' und Freud'! 05:49
3 No. 3. Wanderlied 03:21
4 No. 4. Erstes Grun 02:01
5 No. 5. Sehnsucht nach der Waldgegend 02:15
6 No. 6. Auf das Trinkglas eines verstorbenen Freundes 03:49
7 No. 7. Wanderung 01:28
8 No. 8. Stille Liebe 03:02
9 No. 9. Frage 01:01
10 No. 10. Stille Tranen 03:25
11 No. 11. Wer machte dich so krank? 01:59
12 No. 12. Alte Laute 02:15
     
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5 Lieder und Gesange, Op. 127

02:21
     
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4 Gesange, Op. 142

02:57
     
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Belsatzar, Op. 57

04:43
     
 

6 Gedichte und Requiem, Op. 90

 
16 No. 1. Lied eines Schmiedes 01:16
17 No. 2. Meine Rose 03:42
18 No. 3. Kommen und Scheiden 01:26
19 No. 4. Die Sennin 02:13
20 No. 5. Einsamkeit 03:01
21 No. 6. Der schwere Abend 02:19
22 No. 7. Requiem 03:31
     
 Paul Armin Edelmann Soloist
 Charles Spencer Soloist


 Although Robert Schumann was always very keen on literature, as a young man he did not show very much interest in the genre of the song. As a student in Leipzig, he composed a few songs, including five by the Swabian poet Justinus Kerner. But afterwards he mainly devoted himself to instrumental music. But a year later, he composed 138 songs in a feverish fit of work. ‘Composing and playing music,’ he wrote to Clara, ‘almost kills me. Ah, Clara, what a bliss it is to write for song; I had missed it for a long time’.

 "Paul Armin Edelmann is the perfect song-poet with a wonderfully balanced and seamless voice; a dreamy, soft legato binding every phrase, text and music in an exemplary manner into a single unit of song and story. A feast for the ears."   

 
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