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Wydawnictwo: Haenssler
Nr katalogowy: HC 21023
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: lipiec 2021
EAN: 881488210231
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Instrumenty: obój, fagot
Rodzaj: pieśń

Schubert: Die Winterreise - Instrumental

Haenssler - HC 21023
Wykonawcy
Clara Dent-Bogányi, oboe
Bence Bogányi, bassoon
Gergely Bogányi, piano
Gute Nacht
Die Wetterfahne
Gefror’ne Thränen
Erstarrung
Der Lindenbaum
Wasserfluth
Auf dem Flusse
Rückblick
Irrlicht
Rast
Frühlingstraum
Einsamkeit
Die Post
Der greise Kopf
Die Krähe
Letzte Hoffnung
Im Dorfe
Der stürmische Morgen
Täuschung
Der Wegweiser
Das Wirtshaus
Muth!
Die Nebensonnen
Der Leiermann
“On this recording, we open up the complete original music set for the voice in Franz Schubert’s “Winter Journey” to the two wind instruments oboe and bassoon. We play Winterreise from an inner conviction – it draws us in and will not let us go. After we had played some of these Lieder at home for the first time, we could not resist them. We were seized by the ambition to arrange this setting with oboe, bassoon and piano, and make it as intensive and expressive a version of Winterreise as we could.

We set out to show that the two instruments breathe, even sing, just as naturally as the human voice. The poetry of Wilhelm Müller should on no account be dismissed or disregarded for that reason. On the contrary, we rely on the subconscious recall of the sung words – by us and by our listeners – in order to bring out convincingly in instrumental sound the ideas inseparably associated by Franz Schubert with Wilhelm Müller’s poetic narrative.

We were carried away by the euphoria of making this music, by the gloomy, despairing mood full of yearning and desire. Where such an emotional journey can lead is evident only when one has lived it every step of the way.

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