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Songs by Schubert

The Classical Shop
release date: April 2014

Originally recorded in 2013

Artists:

Julius Drake

piano

Ian Bostridge

tenor

Venue:

Wigmore Hall, London

13 Sept 2013

Producer:

Jeremy Hayes



Engineer:

Ben Connellan



Record Label
Wigmore Hall

Genre:

Vocal & Song


Piano

Total Time - 73:15
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FRANZ SCHUBERT

1 

Der Strom, D565

1:40
2 

Auf der Donau, D553

3:20
3 

Lied eines, Schiffers an die Dioskuren, D360

3:03
4 

Nachstück, D672

5:28
5 

Viola, D786

13:30
6 

Abendstern, D806

2:17
7 

Gondelfahrer, D808

1:58
8 

Auflösung, D807

3:10
9 

Widerschein, D949

3:45
10 

Alinde, D904

3:52
11 

Raslose Liebe, D138

1:16
12 

Geheimes, D719

1:53
13 

Versunken, D715

2:06
14 

Der Winterabend, D938

7:20
15 

Die Sterne, D939

3:16
16 

Strophe aus 'Die Götter Griechenlands', D677

5:16
   
  encores  
17 

An den Mond, D259

3:29
18 

Spoken introduction (Julius Drake)

0:16
19 

An den Mond, D296

6:20
  TT 73:15      
   
 Ian Bostridge tenor
 Julius Drake piano
   


From the wild energy of ’Der Strom’ to the rapt contemplation of the sublime ’Die Sterne’, this varied and sensitively crafted programme explores a great range of psychological insights in the composer’s Lieder. With a seemingly infinite palette of tone colours, and a profoundly expressive performance of the poetry and music, this recording presents Ian Bostridge and Julius Drake as a highly refined ensemble.

Truly passionate about the performance of art song, Bostridge observes that this music ‘makes you think about what is valuable in life – the things music ultimately wants to address’. Financial Times

                        Performance ****      Recording ****

"... a fine achievement."

George Hall - BBC Music magazine - July 2014




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