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PT 6077

MARGIONO, Charlotte: Sings Wagner

The Classical Shop
release date: November 2009

Recorded in 24 Bit / 96Khz


Artists:

Maastricht Limburg Symphony Orchestra


Spanjaard, Ed


Charlotte Margiono

Featured Artist

Ed Spanjaard

Featured Artist

Record Label
PentaTone

Genre:

Classical




Total Time - 58:38
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RICHARD WAGNER

1 

Lohengrin

8:24
 Ed Spanjaard Featured Artist
     
 

5 Gedichte fur eine Frauenstimme, Op. 91, "Wesendonck Lieder"

 
2 No. 1. Der Engel 3:17
 Ed Spanjaard Featured Artist
     
3 No. 2. Stehe still 3:46
 Ed Spanjaard Featured Artist
     
4 No. 3. Im Treibhaus 5:41
 Ed Spanjaard Featured Artist
     
 

FELIX MOTTL

5 No. 4. Schmerzen 2:35
 Charlotte Margiono Featured Artist
     
6 No. 5. Traume 4:15
 Charlotte Margiono Featured Artist
     
 

RICHARD WAGNER

7 

Lohengrin

6:25
 Ed Spanjaard Featured Artist
     
 

Tristan und Isolde

 
8 Act I: Prelude 9:49
 Charlotte Margiono Featured Artist
     
9 Act III: Mild und leise (Isolde's Liebestod) 6:13
 Ed Spanjaard Featured Artist
     
10 

Tannhauser

5:57
 Charlotte Margiono Featured Artist
     
11 

Die Walkure

2:16
 Ed Spanjaard Featured Artist
 Spanjaard, Ed
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“When Margiono starts her recital with the Wesendonck Lieder (orchestration by Felix Mottl), one is immediately struck by her large, supple voice and pure tone. Her honeyed notes are filled with devotion, and unlike some singers in the much-lamented 1980s and 1990s, she seems more concerned with the music’s innerlich quality than with correct technique. In addition, she has a good sense of tempi and dramatic action. Her “Schmerzen” is full-bodied, with much color and variety in texture and cadence”.

Dalia Geffen
 

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