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CORNELIUS, P.: Lieder (Complete), Vol. 1 (Landshamer, M. Schafer, Hausmann, Veit)

CORNELIUS, P.: Lieder (Complete), Vol. 1 (Landshamer, M. Schafer, Hausmann, Veit)

The Classical Shop
release date: September 2013

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Markus Schafer

Soloist

Christina Landshamer

Soloist

Mathias Hausmann

Soloist

Matthias Veit

Soloist

Venue:

Studio 2, Bayerischen Rundfunks, München, Germany

Venue

Record Label
Naxos

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Classical

Total Time - 68:21
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PETER CORNELIUS

     
 

6 Lieder, Op. 1

 
1 No. 1. Untreu (Unfaithful) 1:13
2 No. 2. Veilchen (Violet) 1:17
3 No. 3. Wiegenlied (Lullaby) 2:08
4 No. 4. Schmetterling (Butterfly) 2:00
5 No. 5. Nachts (At Night) 2:01
6 No. 6. Denkst Du an mich? (Are You Thinking Of Me?) 1:51
 Christina Landshamer Soloist
     
 

Trauer und Trost (Mourning and Consolation), Op. 3

 
7 No. 1. Trauer (Mourning) 2:29
8 No. 2. Angedenken (Remembrance) 1:50
9 No. 3. Ein Ton (A Note) 1:33
10 No. 4. An den Traum (To the Dream) 1:54
11 No. 5. Treue (Fidelity) 2:12
12 No. 6. Trost (Consolation) 2:17
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 

Brautlieder

 
13 No. 1. Ein Myrthenreis (A Myrtle Twig) 1:51
14 No. 2. Der Liebe Lohn (Love's Reward) 3:02
15 No. 3. Vorabend (The Evening Before) 3:13
16 No. 4. Erwachen (Am Morgen) (Awakening (in the Morning)) 2:34
17 No. 5. Aus dem hohen Liede (From the Song of Songs) 2:40
18 No. 6. Erfullung (Marchenwunder) (Fulfilment (Fairy-tale miracle)) 4:05
 Christina Landshamer Soloist
     
 

An Bertha, Op. 15 (To Bertha)

 
19 No. 1. Sei Mein! (Be mine!) 2:13
20 No. 2. Wie lieb ich dich hab (How Much I Love You) 2:02
21 No. 3. In der Ferne (Far Away) 2:57
22 No. 4. Dein Bildnis (Your Picture) 2:33
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
23 

3 Rheinische Lieder (Rhenish Songs)

3:23
 Mathias Hausmann Soloist
     
24 

6 Lieder, Op. 5 (text by P. Cornelius)

1:55
 Mathias Hausmann Soloist
     
 

3 Rheinische Lieder (Rhenish Songs)

 
25 No. 1. Am Rhein (By the Rhine) 1:49
26 No. 3. Gedenken (Memory) 2:37
 Mathias Hausmann Soloist
     
 

3 Lieder, Op. 4

 
27 No. 1. In Lust und Schmerzen (In Joy And In Pain) 2:56
28 No. 2. Komm', wir wandeln zusammen im Mondschein (Come, Let Us Stroll Out Under The Moon) 2:19
29 No. 3. Mocht' im Walde mit Dir geh'n (In The Forest I'd Walk With You) 3:27
 Markus Schafer Soloist
     
 Matthias Veit Soloist


Peter Cornelius thought of himself as a ‘Poet-Musician’ and almost all of his mature compositions were vocal. His early attachment to the New German school of Liszt and Wagner was strong but his songs, almost half of which were written in Weimar, retain a very personal quality. A gifted poet, he set a number of his own lyrics. With their colourful piano accompaniments, his songs possess economy, atmosphere and show an interest in cyclical writing. Whether mournful or, in the Rhenish Songs, exuberantly outgoing, they reveal his imaginative command of the medium. This is the first volume of Cornelius’ complete Lieder.

 

"...The performances here are strong and convincing. Landshamer sings 12 songs, Schafer sings 14 and Hausmann sings four. All three singers have lyrical, mellifluous voices well suited to lieder. Schafer is particularly appealing and demonstrates superb application of dynamics and vocal modulation. Their readings illuminate the texts ... Veit’s accompaniment is secure and ensures accordant performances; he displays deft handling of the more virtuosic writing in Three Songs and the four Rhenish Songs with their rhythmic peculiarities..."

R Moore - American Record Guide - January/February 2014

 

"...Altogether a delightful revelation."

Edward Greenfield - Gramophone magazine - October 2013

 




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