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WEBERN: Complete Songs with Piano

WEBERN: Complete Songs with Piano

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2011

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz
album available as a Studio File

Artists:

Svetlana Savenko

Soloist

Venue:

Film Studio Mosfilm, Moscow



Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 79:36
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ANTON WEBERN

 

3 Poems

 
1 No. 1. Vorfruhling 1:37
     
2 No. 2. Nachtgebet der Braut 2:55
     
3 No. 3. Fromm 2:10
     
 

JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE

 

8 Early Songs

 
4 No. 1. Tief von Fern 1:14
     
5 No. 2. Aufblick 2:29
     
6 No. 3. Blumengruss 0:53
     
7 No. 4. Bild der Liebe 1:50
     
8 No. 5. Sommerabend 2:26
     
9 No. 6. Heiter 0:56
     
10 No. 7. Der Tod 1:26
     
11 No. 8. Heimgang in der Fruhe 4:24
     
 

ANTON WEBERN

 

3 Songs

 
12 No. 1. Gefunden 1:25
     
13 No. 2. Gebet 1:56
     
14 No. 3. Freunde 1:34
     
 

5 Songs

 
15 No. 1. Ideale Landschaft 2:04
     
16 No. 2. Am Ufer 1:23
     
17 No. 3. Himmelfahrt 2:50
     
18 No. 4. Nachtliche Scheu 2:00
     
19 No. 5. Helle Nacht 3:18
     
 

4 Lieder

 
20 No. 1. Erwachen aus dem tiefsten Traumesschosse 3:10
     
21 No. 2. Kunfttag I 1:30
     
22 No. 3. Trauer I 2:04
     
23 No. 4. Das lockere Saatgefilde 1:01
     
 

5 Songs on Der siebente Ring, Op. 3

 
24 No. 1. Dies ist ein Lied 1:22
     
25 No. 2. Im Windesweben 0:33
     
26 No. 3. An Bachesranft, Im Morgentaun 1:09
     
27 No. 4. Im Morgentaun 1:12
     
28 No. 5. Kahl reckt der Baum 1:35
     
 

5 Songs, Op. 4

 
29 No. 1. Eingang 3:22
     
30 No. 2. Noch zwingt mich Treue 1:37
     
31 No. 3. Ja Heil und Dank dir 2:02
     
32 No. 4. So ich traurig bin 0:45
     
33 No. 5. Ihr tratet zu dem Herde 1:18
     
 

JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE

 

4 Songs, Op. 12

 
34 No. 1. Der Tag ist vergangen 1:30
     
35 No. 2. Die geheimnisvolle Flote 1:51
     
36 No. 3. Schien mir's, als ich sah die Sonne 1:52
     
37 No. 4. Gleich und Gleich 0:54
     
 

ANTON WEBERN

 

3 Songs from Viae inviae, Op. 23

 
38 No. 1. Das dunkle Herz 3:06
     
39 No. 2. Es Sturzt aus Hohen Frische 1:58
     
40 No. 3. Herr Jesus mein 2:27
     
 

3 Songs, Op. 25

 
41 No. 1. Wie bin ich froh! 1:01
     
42 No. 2. Des Herzens Purpurvogel 1:54
     
43 No. 3. Sterne, ihr silbernen Bienen 1:33
     
 Svetlana Savenko Soloist


One of Schoenberg’s leading pupils and disciples, Anton Webern continued to write songs throughout his life. It is thus possible to follow his development as a composer, from early traditional writing to the more experimental work of his later years, from the tonal to the atonal, and to the sparer textures for which his work became well known.

"The soprano Svetlana Savenko is a distinguished Moscow academic as well as a composer, and evidently a specialist in 20th-century and contemporary music. Certainly her survey of all the surviving songs that Anton Webern composed with piano accompaniment shows a full understanding of how Webern’s music developed. Three of the cycles, to poems by a variety of the usual 19th-century German suspects, predate Webern’s first encounter with Schoenberg and show the young composer getting to grips with the language of late Romanticism, everything from Schumann to Richard Strauss. It’s with the five songs on poems by Richard Dehmel and four set to those of Stefan George, both written after he began to study with Schoenberg, that Webern moved towards the freely associating harmony of his first published works. That development is continued in the first songs with opus numbers, his Op 3 and 4, also using George’s poems. In the Four Songs, Op 12, the style was pared down further, and by the songs of Op 23 and Op 25, both on texts by Hildegard Jone, Webern was using 12-note technique, and the clipped, aphoristic style of his late, great instrumental works."   ***

The Guardian - March 2007




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