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CHAN 6534

Schoenberg: Pierrot Lunaire/ Webern: Concerto

The Classical Shop
release date: July 2003

Originally recorded in 2002

Artists:

Simon Rattle


Jane Manning

Sprechstimme

Nash Ensemble



Venue:

BBC Maida Vale Studios, London



Producer:

Campbell Hughes



Engineer:

John Selwyn Gilbert


Robert Philip



Record Label
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Genre:

Orchestral & Concertos




Total Time - 39:03
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ARNOLD SCHOENBERG

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Pierrot Lunaire

33:22  
1 Part I 8:51
  Mondestrunken (Moondrunk)  
  Colombine (Columbine)  
  Der Dandy (The Dandy)  
  Eine blasse Wäscherin (A Pale Laundress)  
  Valse de Chopin (A Chopin Waltz)  
  Madonna  
  Der kranke Mond (The Ailing Moon)  
2 Part II 12:59
  Nacht (Night)  
  Gebet an Pierrot (Plea to Pierrot)  
  Raub (Plunder)  
  Rote Messe (Red Mass)  
  Galgenlied (Song of the Hangman)  
  Enthauptung (Decapitation)  
  Die Kreuze (At the Cross)  
3 Part III 11:17
  Heimweh (Homesickness)  
  Gemeinheit! (What a Mean Trick!)  
  Parodie (Parody)  
  Der Mondfleck (A speck of Moonlight)  
  Serenade  
  Heimfahrt (The Journey Home)  
  O alter Duft (O Ancient Fragrance)  
 

ANTON WEBERN

 

Concerto, Op.24

6:04  
4 I Etwas lebhaft 02:18
5 II Sehr langsam 02:24
6 III Sehr rasch 01:14
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"With Pierrot lunaire we come to Schoenberg at his most taxing, with its vocal writing that combines speech and vocal line. Yet if anyone can convince the listener that it can provide a unique atmosphere it is Jane manning. She steers a masterful course between the twin perils, on the one hand actually singing, on the other simply speaking. Her sing-speech brings out the element of irony and darkly pointed wit that is essential. Rattle again proves a natural Schoenbergian, drawing strong, committed performances from the members of the Nash Ensemble ... the sound is excellent."

The Penguin Guide - 1000 Greatest Classical Recordings 2011-12

 





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