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Frei Aber Einsam Vol. 2

The Friends of Robert Schumann and their Music

Julie Baroni-Cavalcabò, Ferdinand David, Albert Dietrich, Niels W. Gade, Stephen Heller, Fanny Hensel, Ferdinand Hiller, Joseph Joachim, Theodor Kirchner, Oswald Lorenz, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Robert Schumann, Ludwig Schunke, Louis Spohr

EAN/barcode: 4009850003908

"Free but lonely" is the romantic life′s motto of the violinist Joseph Joachim, who was sponsored by Mendelssohn and Schumann and through his friendship with Clara Schumann and Brahms matured into one of the most influential musicians of the 19th century. - "F - A - E", a series of notes derived from this motto, was also the title of a violin sonata, composed jointly for him in 1853 by Schumann, Brahms and Albert Dietrich. - "Free but lonely" is the title of a series of CDs presenting music by the composers close to Joseph Joachim, and by Joachim himself. This opens up a fascinating panorama of romantic music, born from the fruitful exchange of ideas between famous and little known composers whose works deserve to be discovered.

Tracks

Nr.
No.
Werk - Satz
Composition - movement
Oeuvre - mouvement
Komponist
Composer
Compositeur
Künstler
Artist
Interprète
Dauer
Duration
Durée
1Ich hab im Traum geweinetJoseph Joachim (1831 - 1907)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
2:34
2Still weht die NachtAlbert Dietrich (1829 - 1908)
Heidrun Kordes
Gitti Pirner
2:16
3Das WaldschlossFelix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1848)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
1:53
4TanzFerdinand David (1810 - 1873)
Matthias Lingenfelder
Gitti Pirner
2:03
5PagenliedFelix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1848)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
2:17
6GondelliedFelix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1848)
Gitti Pirner
2:08
7FrageFelix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1848)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
1:26
8FerneFelix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (1809 - 1848)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
2:09
9O Traum der Jugend, o goldner SternFanny Hensel (1805 - 1847)
Gitti Pirner
3:29
10Warum sind denn die Rosen so blass?Fanny Hensel (1805 - 1847)
Heidrun Kordes
Gitti Pirner
2:14
11Ach, die Augen sind es wiederFanny Hensel (1805 - 1847)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
1:45
12Fichtenbaum und PalmeFanny Hensel (1805 - 1847)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
2:37
13Schäfers KlageliedJulie Baroni-Calvacabò (1813 - 1887)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
2:53
14Erster VerlustTheodor Kirchner (1823 - 1903)
Heidrun Kordes
Gitti Pirner
2:22
15Nähe des GeliebtenFerdinand Hiller (1811 - 1885)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
2:27
16 Stephen Heller (1813 - 1888)
Heidrun Kordes
Gitti Pirner
2:12
17Wanderers NachtliedFerdinand Hiller (1811 - 1885)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
1:33
18HeidenrösleinWilhelm Taubert (1811 - 1891)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
2:29
19Mignons LiedLouis Spohr (1784 - 1859)
Heidrun Kordes
Volker Niehusmann
2:49
20MignonFerdinand Hiller (1811 - 1885)
Heidrun Kordes
Gitti Pirner
1:09
21Gretchen am SpinnradLudwig Schuncke (1810 - 1834)
Heidrun Kordes
Gitti Pirner
2:25
22An MignonLouis Spohr (1784 - 1859)
Volker Niehusmann
Scot Weir
3:50
23Mignons LiedOswald Lorenz (1806 - 1889)
Heidrun Kordes
Volker Niehusmann
3:49
24Andantino con moto op. 2 B Nr. 2 B-DurNiels Wilhelm Gade (1817 - 1890)
Gitti Pirner
2:56
25Frühlingslied"Leise zieht durch mein Gemüte"Theodor Kirchner (1823 - 1903)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
1:41
26 "Die schönen Augen der Frühlingsnacht"Theodor Kirchner (1823 - 1903)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
1:11
27 "Die blauen Frühlingsaugen"Theodor Kirchner (1823 - 1903)
Heidrun Kordes
Gitti Pirner
1:38
28Mit dem blauen FederhuteAlbert Dietrich (1829 - 1908)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
1:28
29Sängers TrostRobert Schumann (1810 - 1856)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
1:53
30Gesanges ErwachenRobert Schumann (1810 - 1856)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
2:35
31Trost im GesangRobert Schumann (1810 - 1856)
Gitti Pirner
Scot Weir
2:31
32AbendliedRobert Schumann (1810 - 1856)
Matthias Lingenfelder
Gitti Pirner
2:50

total playing time: 73:49

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"... an dieser Produktion, die nicht nur wahre Pionierarbeit leistet, indem sie einige musikhistorische Fußnoten aus der Romantik wieder zum Klingen bringt, sondern die dies mit solch glühender Sorgfalt tut, daß die toten Notenblätter aus den Archiven wirklich lebendig werden. more...