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WAGNER, R.: Wesendonck Lieder / Tannhäuser / Tristan und Isolde (excerpts) (Schwanewilms, Vienna Radio Symphony, Meister)

WAGNER, R.: Wesendonck Lieder / Tannhäuser / Tristan und Isolde (excerpts) (Schwanewilms, Vienna Radio Symphony, Meister)

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2014

Artists:

Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra

Orchestra

Cornelius Meister

Conductor

Anne Schwanewilms

Soloist

Venue:

ORF-Funkhaus, Wien

Venue

Record Label
Capriccio

Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos


Classical

Total Time - 66:06
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WAGNER, R.: Wesendonck Lieder / Tannhäuser / Tristan und Isolde (excerpts) (Schwanewilms, Vienna Radio Symphony, Meister)

     
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RICHARD WAGNER

     
 

Tannhauser

 
1 Overture 10:32
2 Venusberg Music 12:25
3 Act II: Dich, teure Halle, "Elisabeth's Greeting" 04:53
 Anne Schwanewilms Soloist
     
 

5 Gedichte fur eine Frauenstimme, "Wesendonck Lieder" (arr. F. Mottl)

 
4 No. 1. Der Engel (The Angel) 03:24
5 No. 2. Stehe still (Stand Still) 03:35
6 No. 3. Im Treibhaus (In the Hothouse) 06:34
7 No. 4. Schmerzen (Pain) 02:41
8 No. 5. Traume (Dreams) 05:06
 Anne Schwanewilms Soloist
     
 

Tristan und Isolde

 
9 Act I: Prelude 10:10
10 Act III Scene 3: Mild und leise wie er lachelt 06:46
 Anne Schwanewilms Soloist
     
 Cornelius Meister Conductor


"She sent him ‘cute poems about angels and dreams, even in the manner of Schopenhauer; he added a cautious melody, so as not to destroy the slender, little girl’s dreams of anguish and its beauty". This is how Ludwig Marcuse in Das denkwürdige Leben des Richard Wagner portrays the emerging love between Mathilde and Richard and the songs associated with it. "Take all my soul as a morning greeting!" the composer rhapsodized in a written message to his beloved. It was a fatal letter, for Minna intercepted it and subsequently undermined the idyll.

One of the most interesting voices of our time presents her first Wagner Album: Anne Schwanewilms, who just had her very sucessful Debut at Metropolitain Opera New York sings the Wesendonck-Lieder, Elisabeth Aria from Tannhäuser and first time ever her debut as Isolde for this album.

                              ****  (Excellent disc)    *** (Good Sound)

Sylvain Fort - Classica magazine (France) - July/August 2014


                         Music **** (Very Good)        Sound **** (Very Good)

Gerhard Persché - Fono Forum magazine (Germany) - July 2014




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