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Wydawnictwo: Haenssler
Nr katalogowy: HC 21022
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: sierpień 2021
EAN: 881488210224
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: skrzypce, fortepian
Rodzaj: sonata, pieśń, nokturn

Humperdinck: More than a myth - Chamber music & songs

Haenssler - HC 21022
Wykonawcy
Nikolay Borchev, baritone
Elenora Pertz, piano
Thomas Probst, violin
Ursula Fingerle-Pfeffer, violin
Susanne Unger, violin
Daniel Schwartz, viola
Clara Berger, cello
Jörg Ulrich Krah, cello
Karsten Lauke, double bass
Nagrody i rekomendacje
 
Crescendo Empfehlungen
 
Menuett für Klavierquintett in Es-Dur, IWV 6.2 (EHWV18) - Allegro
In einem kühlen Grunde, IWV 4.12.1 (EHWV 42)
Salonstück, IWV 6.10 (EHWV 65)
Die Wasserrose, IWV 4.16 (EHWV 58)
Vorspiel zu „Tristan & Isolde“ von Richard Wagner, IWV 8.2.4 (EHWV 192) - Langsam und schmachtend
Ballade, IWV 4.7.1 (EHWV 36)
Quartettsatz e-moll, IWV 6.3 (EHWV 22) - Allegro
Sonate für Klavier und Violine, IWV 6.4 (EHWV29) - 1. Andante con moto, 2. Allegro
Das Lied vom Glück, IWV 4.14 (EHWV 51) - Langsam
Wiegenlied, IWV 4.45.4 (EHWV 115.1) - Sehr ruhig
Albumblatt für Violine & Klavier, IWV6.11 (EHWV 147) - In ruhiger Bewegung
Die wunderschöne Zeit, IWV 4.5 (EHWV 27)
Albumblatt, IWV 7.17 (EHWV 99) - Ruhig
Notturno für Violine mit Quartettbegleitung, IWV 6.9 (EHWV 63.1) - Andante tranquillo
An die Nachtigall, IWV 4.74 (EHWV 163) - Mäßig langsam
Altdeutsches Minnelied, IWV 4.72.2 (EHWV 161.1) - Mäßig langsam und innig

IWV – Hans-Josef Irmen - Thematischsystematisches Verzeichnis der musikalischen Werke Engelbert Humperdincks (IWV), Zülpich 2000
EHWV – Eva Humperdinck - Der unbekannte Engelbert Humperdinck. Seine Werke. Engelbert Humperdinck Werkverzeichnis (EHWV), Koblenz 1994
Engelbert Humperdinck (1854–1921) was a student at the Conservatory in Cologne from the spring of 1872; it was at this time that he got to know the Siegburg district judge and arbitrator Johannes Degen, an excellent singer and violinist, who gave regular chamber concerts in Siegburg at which he played in his own string quartet. Humperdinck, whose talent he had astutely spotted, was the pianist and composer he had been looking for. For his part, the young music student saw his admission to Degen’s chamber-music circle as an opportunity for regular performance; in return, he wrote whatever Degen requested.

Humperdinck’s tally of 13 chamber compositions represents a relatively small part of his oeuvre. His finished pieces include two major works, an early piano quintet (1875) and a late string quartet (1920).

Humperdinck, who always saw himself as a composer of vocal and stage music, wrote songs at an early age that already displayed his remarkable talent for attractive melodies. One of Humperdinck’s most popular songs during his lifetime is his Wiegenlied (1900), a “lullaby” that found the universal acceptance of a folk-song. The round of chamber music, songs for piano and Lieder in chamber settings comes full circle in Die wunderschöne Zeit

Recording: Johanniterkirche, Groß Eichsen, 5–7 June 2021.

Zobacz także:

  • AV 0050
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  • PMR 0112
  • KGS 0053
  • ALN 1979
  • CR 1928
  • CSCD 526
  • BR 100403
  • CHAN 20231