The Masterworks : Winterreise D911

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The Masterworks : Winterreise D911

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dc.contributor.other Franz Schubert es
dc.contributor.other Robert Holl es
dc.contributor.other Num Grubert es
dc.date.accessioned 2012-07-28T01:20:15Z
dc.date.available 2012-07-28T01:20:15Z
dc.date.created 1995 es
dc.date.issued 2012-07-27
dc.identifier.uri http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/63
dc.description.abstract Brilliant Classics' "Masterworks" series, are a great way to amass a significant library of the works of several great computers. The production values and the performances themselves are uneven, and the interpretations are not always historically-informed (unlike the bulk of Brilliant's "Complete Editions" of the works of Bach and Mozart). But there are numerous gems in the rough in The Masterworks, and the economic value is unsurpassed, even if you were to throw away half of the CDs in each set. You're unlikely to throw away much of this Schubert collection though. This seems to be the finest of the Masterworks sets, with a succession of solid, often first-rate performances of most of the major Schubert works. Here's what you get: - The symphonies, performed by The Hanover Band in a historically-informed style. Very interesting performances perhaps marred by an odd recording balance that makes the woodwinds sound distant. Takes up four CDs - The six Latin masses. Also the Deutsche Messe in the version with wind instruments. Five CDs in all - Edison Denisov's completion of Schubert's unfinished dramatic work Lazarus (2 CDs, Helmuth Rilling's premier recording) - The last four string quartets (including the Quartettsatz) with #9 thrown in. Also the octet, piano quintet ("The Trout"), string quintet and both piano trios. In short all the canonical chamber works. Performances are strong, and well recorded - Two CDs of violin/piano duets, including Op. 137 and Op. 162 - 19 of the 21 "canonical" piano sonatas (missing #7 and #12) as well as the Moments Musicaux, Impromptus, German Dances, Wanderer Fantasy and several other piano works, 11 CDs in all. As with the chamber music, the performances and recordings are strong, often stunning - Two CDs of piano duets, including the Divertissements and D. 617 - Song cycles: Die Schöne Müllerin, Winterreise, Schwanengesang, and four CDs of standalone songs, including such "standards" as Erlkönig and Gretchen am Spinnrade. The singers are a bit uneven here, ranging from standouts Robert Holl, Deitrich Fischer-Dieskau and John Shirley-Quirk to the somewhat shrill Arleen Augér Missing from the collection is Rosamunde, and a number of famous songs: Die Forelle (The Trout), Death and the Maiden, Ellens Gesang III (the so-called Ave Maria, D. 839), Der Hirt auf dem Felsen and Der Wanderer. But you do have almost all the important instrumental works, and most of the vocal works generally considered to be essential, with some padding added in the form of minor works such as the parochial Deutsche Messe, the German Dances, and the modernist-informed completion of Lazarus by the 20th Century Russian composer Denisov. As with the other Masterworks sets, there are no program notes. You'll need to do your own research. Answers.com is a good starting point for Schubert compositions. There are also no song texts or translations provided, so again you'll need to track down your own. Try "The Lied and Art Song Texts Page" for lieder lyrics and translations. Hunt down a good price on this collection, browsing one of Amazon's European sites if necessary, and treat yourself to many hours of lovely music for the cost of a modest night out. es
dc.description.tableofcontents CD 29 : Gute Nacht, Die Wetterfahne, Gefrorne Tränen, Erstarrung, Der Lindenbaum, Wasserflut, Auf dem Flusse, Rückblick, Irrlicht, Rast, Frühlingstraum, Einsamkeit, Die Post, Der greise Kopf, Die Krähe, Letzte Hoffnung, Im Dorfe, Der stürmische Morgen, Täuschung, Der Wegweiser, Das Wirtshaus, Mut, Die Nebensonnen, Der Leiermann. es
dc.format.medium 1 CD-Rom (76 min., 26 seg.) : stereo ; 4 3/4 pulg. es
dc.language.iso en es
dc.rights Uninorte F.M. Estéreo es
dc.subject.lcc 58991586 es
dc.subject.lcsh Songs (Low voice) with piano. es
dc.title The Masterworks : Winterreise D911 es
dc.title.alternative Las Obras Maestras : Viaje de Invierno D911 es
dc.language.rfc3066 eng es
dc.identifier.classification 5028421394299 es
dc.subject.cdu Sch.14cd29 es


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4. Erstarrung.mp3 2:32 1.740Mb Unknown Mp3
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7. Auf dem Flusse.mp3 3:21 2.298Mb Unknown Mp3
8. Rückblick.mp3 1:58 1.348Mb Unknown Mp3
9. Irrlicht.mp3 2:57 2.022Mb Unknown Mp3
10. Rast.mp3 4:02 2.765Mb Unknown Mp3
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12. Einsamkeit.mp3 2:53 1.977Mb Unknown Mp3
13. Die Post.mp3 2:13 1.517Mb Unknown Mp3
14. Der greise Kopf.mp3 3:35 2.456Mb Unknown Mp3
15. Die Krähe.mp3 1:51 1.268Mb Unknown Mp3
16. Letzte Hoffnung.mp3 2:08 1.463Mb Unknown Mp3
17. Im Dorfe.mp3 3:12 2.193Mb Unknown Mp3
18. Der stürmische Morgen.mp3 1:01 716.2Kb Unknown Mp3
19. Täuschung.mp3 1:43 1.177Mb Unknown Mp3
20. Der Wegweiser.mp3 4:43 3.234Mb Unknown Mp3
21. Das Wirtshaus.mp3 4:29 3.074Mb Unknown Mp3
22. Mut.mp3 1:29 1.020Mb Unknown Mp3
23. Die Nebensonnen.mp3 2:58 2.034Mb Unknown Mp3
24. Der Leiermann.mp3 4:03 2.775Mb Unknown Mp3
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