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Wydawnictwo: Quintone
Nr katalogowy: Q 17002
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: listopad 2017
EAN: 9789078740506
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki
Rodzaj: pieśń

Schubert: Songs

Quintone - Q 17002
Francine van der Heijden, sopran
Remy van Kesteren, harp
Bart van Oort, piano
Dirk Luijmes, harmonium
Frank van den Brink, klarinet
Thyllis Ferwerda, piano
Marc Pantus, baritone
Reyer Zwart, guitar
Rastlose Liebe D138
Dass sie hier gewesen D775
An den Mond D259
Der Hirt auf dem Felsen D965
Geheimes D719
Der Musensohn D764
Heidenröslein D257
Morgenlied D685
Nähe des Geliebten D162
Licht und Liebe
Nähe des Geliebten
Gretchen am Spinnrade D118
Herbstlied D945
Der Leiermann D911
Abendstern D806
A couple of years ago in Vienna I visited the house where Franz Schubert died. The modest apartment, the small bed where he was nursed by his brother and Franz’ tiny glasses, lovingly displayed in a show case - It was an overwhelming experience. Not long afterwards fortepianist Bart van Oort suggested we record some Schubert songs together. I went back and forth over this for two years.

After all, the greatest Lied singers had already rendered, recorded, and tutored this repertoire much better than I could ever hope to do.

And yet... with a little help from my friends, this CD came to be. Friendship can work wondrous things, as Schubert knew perhaps more than anyone else. His life was no bed of roses, but he could always call upon his friends. They organized the Schubertiaden, recognized his genius, and did all they could to advocate his work. And whenever Franz was hard up, they provided him with money or shelter.

Friendship is also a tangible source of inspiration for this CD. After concerts with Bart van Oort and Remy van Kesteren, I approached other friends and relations, people I knew from joint concerts or meaningful conversations. Together with them, I opted for the use of various instruments in performing the songs on this CD. I wanted to move beyond the constraints of the soundscape familiar to the composer, who availed himself of a fortepiano and drew in the ‘modern’ grand piano, as well as other instruments that cast a different light on Schubert’s Lieder.

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