Strauss lieder and appendices
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Strauss lieder and appendices by Peter Morse

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Published by J. F. Weber in Utica, N.Y .
Written in English


  • Strauss, Richard, 1864-1949 -- Songs -- Discography.

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English or German.

StatementPeter Morse, compiler.
SeriesDiscography series ;, 7
LC ClassificationsML156.5.S83 M73
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p. ;
Number of Pages14
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4614881M
LC Control Number77378909

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Laurenz Lutteken's Strauss presents a fresh approach to understanding this elusive composer's life and works. Dispensing with stereotypes and sensationalism, it reveals Strauss to be a sensitive intellectual and representative of modernity, with alllight and shade of the turn of the twentieth century. Die Strauss-Lieder sind etwas maniriert, doch Berg und Korngold sind stilistisch, sprachlich und inhaltich, wie selbstverständlich auch stimmlich voll ergriffen. Herr Forsberg beeindruckt nicht durch besonders farbenreiches und anpassungsfähiges Spiel, seine anspruchvolle Begleitung ist aber stets dem Niveau entsprechend. Wer Lieder des /5(10). The young Mahler, in turning to the Lied in the s through the agency of his beloved Des Knaben Wunderhorn (The Youth’s Magic Horn), looks beyond Schubert to some earlier idea of German folk song, just as the elderly Strauss, in his Vier letzte Lieder, with the rubble of World War II around him, invokes a sound world impossible to describe Author: James Zychowicz. THE STRAUSS LIEDER I. ALLERSEELEN When Strauss was but eighteen years old, he composed his first group of songs (opus 10). Among this set of songs was Allerseelen, which is considered by some critics to be one of Strauss1 s most beautiful songs. For example, Marek says in his book, Richard Strauss The Life of ~.

Eighteen singers – eight sopranos, three mezzo-sopranos, four tenors and three baritones - in 50 songs (six of them sung twice by different singers) in performances selected from live performances ranging from to this well-filled, two-disc compilation represents an excellent cross-section of Strauss singing over fifty-four years of songs written by Strauss mainly in the earlier /5(2). Richard Strauss' Four Last Songs ("Vier Letzte Lieder") Op Posth. are for high voice and piano with English translations by Michael Hamburger. Catalogues. Only 88 compositions by the German composer Richard Strauss (–) have been assigned opus numbers; these numbers are shown in the table below in the column "Op."Two volumes of a catalogue of the remaining works were published by Erich Hermann Mueller von Asow (–) in After von Asow's death Franz Trenner [] (d. ) and Alfons Ott (d. ) published the. Richard Strauss, an outstanding German Romantic composer of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His symphonic poems of the s and his operas of the following decade have remained an indispensable feature of the standard repertoire. Strauss’s father, Franz, was the principal horn player of.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: music ; 24 cm. Contents: An historical-bibliographic survey of Strauss's Lieder. 57 Lieder 57 Lieder Richard Strauss/ed. Richard Walters - Boosey & Hawkes, Inc This newly engraved edition, based on the critical edition, presents the most comprehensive collection of Strauss songs along with translations and historical notes. Strauss: Also Sprach Zarathustra, Tod und Verklärung, Till Eulenspiegel & Salome's Dance Lucerne Festival Orchestra, Riccardo Chailly Interpretatively, it’s Riccardo Chailly business as usual: exemplary textures but not as much forward movement or flying through the air as there should be. Focusing on the music of the great song composers--Schubert, Schumann, Brahms, Wolf, and Strauss--Poetry Into Song offers a systematic introduction to the performance and analysis of I, "The Language of Poetry," provides chapters on the themes and imagery of German Romanticism and the methods of analysis for German Romantic : $