Hugo Wolf, Robert Schumann - Hugo Wolf Sechs Geistliche Lieder - Robert Schumann Vier Doppelchörige Gesänge Op. 141 mp3 album
Label: Bä – BM 30 SL 1335. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo. Hugo Wolf: Sechs Geistliche Lieder Für Vierstimmigen Gemischten Chor Nach Gedichten Von Joseph Eichendorff.
Robert Schumann, lithograph by Josef Kriehuber, 1839. This list of compositions by Robert Schumann is classified into piano, vocal, choral, orchestral and chamber works. All works are also listed separately, by opus number. Schumann wrote almost exclusively for the piano until 1840, when he burst into song composition around the time of his marriage to Clara Wieck. Op. 96, Lieder und Gesänge volume IV (1850). 98a, Songs from Wilhelm Meister. 141, 4 doppelchörige Gesänge (partsongs) (1849). 142, 4 Gesänge (1852).
Joseph Rheinberger: Abendlied Hugo Wolf: 6 Geistliche Lied Strauss: Deutsche Motette. BBC Singers David Hill (conductor). German choral repertoire of the late 19th and early 20th centirues is notable for its glorious and opulent vocal sonorities, luxuriant scoring, and ravishing harmonies.
141 - Ungewisses Licht' by Robert Schumann has a tempo of 120 beats per minute (BPM) on 'Missa Sacra'. Artists Robert Schumann Missa Sacra Vier doppelchörige Gesänge op. 141 - Ungewisses Licht. Vier doppelchörige Gesänge op. 141 - Ungewisses Licht Robert Schumann.
Robert Schumanns Werke, Serie XII: Für Sopran, Alt, Tenor, u. Bass Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1879-1912. 4 Doppelchörige Gesänge. Opus/Catalogue NumberOp. I-Catalogue NumberI-Cat.
Vier Doppelchörige Gesänge (1849) O. 41. Songs in this series. After a suicide attempt in 1854, Schumann was admitted to amental asylum, at his own request, in Endenich near Bonn. Diagnosed with "psychotic melancholia", Schumann died two years later in 1856 without having recovered from his mental illness.
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Schumann’s four songs for double chorus, Op 141, are probably his most notable achievements in the medium. There are two unusual and haunting settings of Zedlitz (Ungewisses Licht and Zuversicht), and a mighty version of Goethe’s Talismane that the composer had set as a solo song in the Myrthen cycle. But it is this noble and lofty setting of An die Sterne which opens the opus and which is the jewel of the collection. It is a worthy companion to that beautiful starlit solo song for tenor which Schumann wrote to another Rückert text, Mein schöner Stern from the Minnespiel cycle
During his Dresden years, Schumann was much more involved with choral works than he had been before, both as a composer and as a conductor. During their financially troubled period in 1848, when Clara was unable to perform due to an unexpectedly difficult pregnancy, his choral ballads helped to make up for that loss of income. He even instituted a mixed-voice choir there, the Verein für Choregesang, and probably wrote these four double choruses for that group . There are relatively few signs of Schumann the Lieder or symphonic composer in these four pieces, contrary to what one might have expected. The focus is strongly on the harmonies among the vocal parts rather than upon melody or any single part's lines.
|Hugo Wolf: Sechs Geistliche Lieder Für Vierstimmigen Gemischten Chor Nach Gedichten Von Joseph Eichendorff|
|Robert Schumann: Vier Doppelchörige Gesänge Für Gemischten Chor Op. 141|
|B1||An Die Sterne (Friedrich Rückert)|
|B2||Ungewisses Licht (J. C. von Zedlitz)|
|B3||Zuversicht (J. C. von Zedlitz)|
|B4||Talismane (Johann Wolfgang von Goethe)|
- Choir – Vokalensemble Marburg
- Conductor – Rolf Beck
NotesAlbum komplett in Deutsch, Printed in Germany; LP Musicaphon A-3440 A/B - BM 30 SL 1335; Made in Germany
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- Label Code: LC 0522