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Wydawnictwo: SWR Music
Nr katalogowy: SWR 19032
Nośnik: 1 CD
Data wydania: maj 2017
EAN: 747313903283
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Epoka muzyczna: romantyzm
Obszar (język): niemiecki, włoski
Rodzaj: pi

Lortzing / Cornelius / Verdi: Fritz Wunderlich - Romantic Arias

SWR Music - SWR 19032
Albert Lortzing (1801-1851)
Carl August Peter Cornelius (1824-1874)
Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901)
Otto Nicolai, Bedrich Smetana, Wilhelm Kienzl, Giacomo Puccini
Fritz Wunderlich
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR / Alfons Rischner
Rundfunkorchester des Südwestfunks Kaiserslautern / Emmerich Smola
Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR / Hans Müller-Kray
Male Voices Südfunk-Chor Stuttgart
Nagrody i rekomendacje
Diapason 5
Otto Nicolai:
Horch, die Lerche singt im Hain

Albert Lortzing:
Man wird ja nur einmal geboren
War einst ein junger Springinsfeld
Ich ritt zum großen Waffenspiele
Vater, Mutter, Schwestern, Brüder

Peter Cornelius:
Mein Sohn, sei Allahs Friede hier auf Erden

Giuseppe Verdi:
Der Welt entsag ich – Nie werd ich den Tag vergessen – Gott, du hast in unsere Seelen
La donna e mobile

Bedrich Smetana:
Komm, mein Söhnchen, auf ein Wort

Wilhelm Kienzl:
Lug, Dursel, lug – Zu Straßburg auf der Schanz

Giacomo Puccini:
Und es blitzen die Sterne
It's well known that Fritz Wunderlich was an exceptional singer, yet it never fails to surprise when hearing him singing works from different genres and discovering how he developed from his early performances in 1953 to the opera arias he preferred later in his career. These are now brought together on this album that contains both famous and unknown arias. Fritz Wunderlich was both a gifted singer and actor, which made him a perfect match for the Spieloper (dramatic opera), a genre to which most of the works on this CD belong. Albert Lortzing (1801 – 1851) was a leading representative of this genre; also Otto Nicolai (1810 – 1849) and Peter Cornelius (1824 – 1874). With his remarkable voice, Fritz Wunderlich could also sing Italian opera, in which he tried to establish himself with one of the biggest tenor hits of all time: the canzone La donna e mobile, sung by the Duke of Mantua in Verdi’s Rigoletto. While the performance may not sound thoroughly idiomatic, it's pure Wunderlich. And E lucevan le stelle certainly provides a goose bumps moment for everyone. The SWR spared no effort in re-mastering the original tapes to make the voice of Fritz Wunderlich sound fresh and radiant. The sound engineers explain the complete remastering process in the accompanying booklet. Both this release and all future volumes of the SWR Fritz Wunderlich series contain recordings the singer made for the company from which the broadcasting company SWR grew. They are available in this compilation only in this SWR series.

Recordings: 11.12.59, 18.06.57, 10.07.57, 27.01.59, 31.03.59 - Stuttgart Villa Berg; 18.06.57, 08.11.65 - Kaiserslautern Studio

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