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REGER, M.: Lieder (Schafer)

REGER, M.: Lieder (Schafer)

The Classical Shop
release date: October 2012

Originally recorded in 2010

Artists:

Markus Schafer

Soloist

Ernst Breidenbach

Soloist

Record Label
New Classical

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 66:11
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MARTIN BOELITZ

 

16 Gesange, Op. 62 (text by M. Boelitz, R. Dehmel, F. Evers, R. Braungart, and G. Falke)

 
1 No. 1. Wehe 2:14
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

GUSTAV FALKE

2 No. 2. Waldseligkeit 1:52
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

RICHARD BRAUNGART

3 No. 3. Ruhe 1:58
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

FRANZ EVERS

4 No. 4. Mensch und Natur 1:40
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

GUSTAV FALKE

5 No. 5. Wir zwei 2:22
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

MAX REGER

6 No. 6. Reinheit 2:07
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

5 Gesange, Op. 98

 
7 No. 1. Aus den Himmelsaugen 2:06
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

CARL FERDINAND MAX SCHATZ

8 No. 2. Der gute rat 1:32
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

CARL FERDINAND MAX HAUPTMANN

9 No. 3. Sonntag 2:32
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

GERTRUD TRIEPEL

10 No. 4. Es schlaft ein stiller Garten 2:41
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

HEINRICH HEINE

11 No. 5. Sommernacht 2:05
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

WILHELM WEIGAND

 

18 Gesange, Op. 75 (text by W. Weigand, F. Evers, Serbisch, M. Boelitz, Anonymous, F. Holderlin, and G. Falke)

 
12 No. 1. Merkspruch 1:51
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
13 No. 2. Mondnacht 3:11
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
14 No. 3. Der knabe an die Mutter 1:16
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

GUSTAV FALKE

15 No. 4. Dammer 2:37
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

MAX REGER

16 No. 5. Boses Weib 1:05
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

WILHELM WEIGAND

17 No. 6. Ihr, ihr Herlichen! 2:38
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
18 No. 7. Schlimm fur die Manner 2:49
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

FRANZ EVERS

19 No. 8. Wasch im Wind 1:39
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

CHRISTIAN MORGENSTERN

 

15 Lieder, Op. 55 (text by C. Morgenstern, F. Evers, G. Falke, M. Itzerott, and L. Jacobowsky)

 
20 No. 1. Hymnus des Hasses 3:02
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
21 No. 2. Traum 2:02
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
22 No. 3. Der tapfere Schneider 2:13
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
23 No. 4. Rosen 4:04
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
24 No. 5. Der Narr 1:52
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
25 No. 6. Verkalrung 2:22
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

MAX REGER

 

5 Neue Kinderlieder, Op. 142

 
26 No. 1. Wiegenlied 2:40
 Ernst Breidenbach Soloist
     
 

ADELE HOLST

27 No. 2. Schwalbenmutterlien 1:10
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

ROBERT REINICK

28 No. 3. Maria am Rosenstrauch 1:52
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

GRETEL STEIN

29 No. 4. Klein-evelinde 2:24
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

ROBERT REINICK

30 No. 5. Bitte 2:15
 Markus Schafer Soloist


With about 300 songs for piano accompanied songs, Max Reger is one of the most prolific and versatile song composers of all time. The piano song constitutes a compositional challenge for him and he does not regard it as just a by-product, but “the subtlest interpretation imaginable of a secret lyrical mood”.

The songs and chants gathered here, some of which have been recorded for the very first time, originate from Reger´s middle and latter style period. Their contrast is now and then amazing and if it were not for the typical Reger harmonies with their incessant sometimes breathless changes, then one could doubt, whether one composer alone was the creator of these songs.

Sadly Regers vocal works receive little acclaim nowadays. If Regers name appears in musical life, then it is usually as the creator of instrumental compositions of chamber music, organ works or orchestral pieces. One of the reasons for this is definitely the enormous technical demands, which require a vocalist of the highest quality as well as an accomplished virtuoso pianist. Markus Schäfer and Ernst Breidenbach meet these challenges masterfully and convert this recording into a breathtaking experience.

 
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