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NI 5903

The Songs of Mathilde de Rothschild

The Classical Shop
release date: March 2013

Originally recorded in 2012

Artists:

Adrian Farmer

- (piano)

Charlotte de Rothschild

- (soprano)

Venue:

Wyastone Leys, Monmouth



Record Label
Nimbus

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Piano

Total Time - 141:18
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MATHILDE DE ROTHSCHILD

   
  German Lieder  
   
 

Sechs Lieder (pub. 1876)

 
1 I Wandl' ich in dem Wald 1:38
  (Heine)  
2 II Das Meer erstrahlt im Sonnenschein 1:03
  (Heine)  
3 III Die Sterne durch den Himmel gehn 1:35
  (Reinick)  
4 IV Weine nicht 3:43
  (Volkslieder)  
5 V Du bist wie eine Blume 1:46
  (Heine)  
6 VI Fahr wohl o Vöglein 2:17
  (Rückert)  
7 

Feuillets d'Album Op.2 no.6, Mazurka

2:04
   
8 

Auf den Bergen

1:45
  (Kugler) unpub.  
9 

Das flotte Herz

2:57
  (Müller)  
10 

O sage nicht!

1:31
  (Binding) unpub.  
11 

Der Komet

2:01
  (Amadei)  
12 

So war die Sonne scheinet

1:39
  (Rückert)  
13 

Die Gletscher leuchten

1:56
  (Bodenstedt)  
14 

Komm! Geh' mit mir in's (Waldesgrün

2:16
  (Redwitz-Schmölz)  
15 

Am See

2:05
  (Amadei)  
16 

Seitdem du mich verlassen

2:00
  (Anon.) unpub.  
17 

Feuillets d'Album Op.2 no.1, Nocturne

3:11
   
 

Sechs Lieder (pub. 1897)

 
18 I Schmerzvergessen 1:44
  (Storm)  
19 

Nicht nur, wenn uns're Pfade sich vereinen

1:48
  (Bethusy-Huc)  
20 

Ein Herz in mir!

1:00
  (Anon.)  
21 

Wiegenlied

3:38
  (Fallersleben/Anon)  
22 

Es grüsset dich aus fernem Land

1:59
  (Tharau)  
23 

Als ich dich kaum geseh'n

1:22
  (Storm)  
24 

Feuillets d'Album Op.2 no.3, Souvenir

2:21
   
 

Zwölf Lieder (pub. c.1885-1890)

 
25 I Stamm und Ranke 1:54
  (Wickenburg-Almasy)  
26 II Weiss bist du 1:44
  (Anon/from Danish)  
27 III O wie beneid' ich deine Seele 3:16
  (Dingelstedt)  
28 IV Wenn du ein Herz gefunden 2:38
  Träger)  
29 V Wann zwei sich lieben 1:27
  (Jordan)  
30 VI Glaube mir nicht 1:43
  (Pavlova/Tolstoy)  
31 VII Fels und Moos 1:53
  (Anon)  
32 VIII Bei Dir! 1:46
  (Anon)  
33 IX Sommerfaden 1:23
  (Frey)  
34 X Wenn meine Wimpern 1:26
  (Anon/Jensen)  
35 XI Ich muss dein gedenken 1:58
  (Bodenstedt)  
 

French Mélodies

 
36 Romance, parle moi 2:23
  (Lamartine) unpub.  
37 Bluette 1:49
  (Collin)  
38 Appelle-moi ton âme 2:58
  (Lauzières)  
39 Près du lilas 2:25
  (Federman)  
40 Coquetterie 2:49
  (Lauzières)  
41 C'etait en Avril 2:14
  (Pailleron)  
42 Quand vous me montrez 2:49
  (Coppée) unpub.  
43 Romance Magyare 2:30
  (Collin)  
44 Mazurka 1:42
   
45 Vous avez beau faire et beau dire 3:31
  (Coppée)  
46 Les papillons 2:16
  (Gautier)  
47 Le rossignol 2:04
  (Laprade)  
48 La voix qui dit je t'aime 5:32
  (Blet) unpub.  
49 Si mes vers avaient des ailes 2:38
  (Hugo)  
50 Charmeuse 4:04
  (Barbier)  
51 Danziam, valse chantée 2:43
  (Lauzières)  
52 Waltz 1:24
  unpub.  
53 Souvenir 2:16
  (Musset)  
54 Si j'etais rayon 2:03
  (Collin)  
55 Je n'ose pas 2:16
  (Dufrene)  
56 Puisque vous êtes revenue 1:50
  (Collin)  
57 Enfant rêve encore 2:53
  (Hugo)  
58 Feuillets d'Album Op.2 no.2 3:40
59 Chanson du pêcheur 3:41
  (Gautier)  
60 Tristesse 2:22
  (Mme la Comtesse S. D'Arbouville)  
61 Le vallon natal 3:59
  (Laprade)  
   


 The publication of a double album devoted to Mathilde de Rothschild’s music constitutes a further important step in the reassessment of nineteenth-century women composers. Anyone who is familiar with the cultural life of the time, would be aware of the importance of the Rothschild family who were patrons of many prominent composers, such as Mendelssohn, Herz, Bellini, Spohr, Liszt, Meyerbeer, Rossini and Chopin. The latter, in 1849, was eager to teach the teenaged “Rothschild girl,” whom he clearly considered very talented. Mathilde went on to become a respected, prolific and well-published composer of beautiful music.

 "...This is very enthusiastically recommended."

Henry Fogel - Fanfare - January/February 2014


 "In one of the most intriguing recordings of recent months, a present-day Rothschild sings works inscribed in her family’s volume...Charlotte de Rothschild, whose attractive voice has earned her a career as a recitalist and oratorio soloist, intersperses treasures from the family album among other works associated with home musicales - most notably, songs composed by her cigar-smoking ancestor Mathilde de Rothschild."

 
The New Yorker 

 "...she had a highly cultivated affinity with the genre of Lieder. Whether she is portraying Mussorgsky’s whining child, a lover or a folk-singer, her intelligence as a performer always comes through.  She sang some charmingly dignified songs by her ancestor Mathilde, which had a Mendelssohnian purity flavoured with some very subtle shifts of harmony."

 
The Times 
 



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