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Kathleen FERRIER in Memoriam II : Brahms, Mahler, Glück

Kathleen Ferrier in memoriam (II) :

JOHANNES BRAHMS (1833-1897)

RHAPSODIE für eine Altstimme, Männerchor und Orchester op.53 (1869) 15:57
Text aus Harzreise im Winter, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
for contralto, men’s choir and orchestra / pour voix d'alto, choeur d’hommes et orchestre
Adagio in C minor – Poco andante in C minor (6/4) – Adagio in C
Mono recorded in London, 18 December 1947

ZWEI GESÄNGE Op.91, für Altstimme, Bratsche und Klavierpiano (1882) 10:12
2. I. Gestillte Sehsucht (Friedrich Rückert)/Longing stilled/Nostalgie apaisée 05:08
3. II. Geistliches Wiegenlied (nach Lope de Vega-Emanuel Geibel) 05:04
Sacred lullaby/Berceuse sainte
Mono recorded in London, 15 February 1949

VIER ERNSTE GESÄNGE op.121, für eine Altstimme und Klavier (1896)
for alto and piano /pour contralto (ou baryton) et piano
4. I. Denn es gehet dem Menschen wie dem Vieh (Ecclesiastes III, 19-22)
5. II. Ich wandte mich und sahe an alle(Ecclesiastes IV, 1-3)

6. III. OTod, wie bitter bist du (Ecclesiastes XLI,1-3) 04:08
7. IV.Wenn ich mit Menschen- und mit Engelszungen redete (I. Corinthians XIII, 12-13) 04:46
Mono recorded in London, 12-14 July 1950

 

GUSTAV MAHLER (1860-1911)

KINDERTOTENLIEDER, Texts von Friedrich Rückert (1901-4)

Mono recorded in Vienna, 4 October 1949

CHRISTOPHWILLIBALD VON GLÜCK (1711-1787)
13. ORFEO ED EURIDICE (Calzabigi) acte II, ‘Che puro ciel !’
Recorded live in Amsterdam, Netherlands Festival, 9 January 1951
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
Kathleen Ferrier, contralto
(1) London Philharmonic Orchestra&Chorus, Clemens KRAUS
(2-3) Phyllis Spur, piano – Max Gilbert, viola
(4-7) John Newmark, piano
(13) Orchestra of The Netherlands’ Opera, Charles Brück
(8-12) Wiener Philharmoniker, Bruno WALTER

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