Mignon I - Elisabeth Schwarzkopf - Hugo Wolf: Goethe Lieder (Vinyl, LP)

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  • <cite class="fn">Tet </cite>
    This page lists all recordings of Mignon II 'Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt' (No. 6 from Goethe-Lieder) by Hugo Wolf ().
  • <cite class="fn">Arajind </cite>
    Goethe Lieder: no 7, Mignon III "So lasst mich scheinen" by Hugo Wolf Performer: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (Soprano), Gerald Moore (Piano) Period: Romantic.
  • <cite class="fn">Mezigore </cite>
    Elisabeth Schwarzkopf’s performance style is at odds with the Hugo Wolf interpreters of more recent days. She acts out, adds inflections, even accents where needed, lays it on thick. Compared to a terrific more-recent singer like British soprano Felicity Lott, with her pure voice and precise pitch focus, Schwarzkopf dabs on a layer of make-up 5/5(2).
  • <cite class="fn">Tukree </cite>
    “Mignon I”, one of Wolf’s most famous lieder, is sung absolutely beautifully by Lott, with a somber sort of intensity. The first track is an ambitious multi-sectional song “An eine Aolsharpe” which shows right off the bat what a recital this is going to be. The interpretation is luscious, sensitive and .
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    Goethe Lieder: no 6, Mignon II "Nur wer die Sehnsucht kennt" by Hugo Wolf Performer: Gerald Moore (Piano), Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (Soprano) Period: Romantic Written: ; Vienna, Austria Venue: EMI Abbey Road Studio no 1, London, Engl Length: 2 Minutes 19 Secs. Language: German Notes: EMI Abbey Road Studio no 1, London, England (04/03/ - 04/10/).
  • <cite class="fn">Tygorn </cite>
    They performed together as early as , at the beginning of Schwarzkopf's glittering career, and more than one and a half decades later this artistic partnership drew to a close with these itrumechestnademasvoispirerette.xyzinfo interpretations of selected songs by Wolf, Schubert and Strauss, made available for the first time, reveal new facets of her creative art.
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    Hugo Wolf, a native of Windischgraz (now Slovenjgradec, Slovenia), in the Austro-Hungarian province of Styria, was born on March 13, and died on February 22, , three weeks before his 43rd birthday -- like Schubert, German music's first great lieder composer, of tertiary syphilis.
  • <cite class="fn">Mazugor </cite>
    Hugo Wolf; before World War II Walter Legge was the inspiration behind the Hugo Wolf Society edition which still remains a benchmark for the performance of Lieder. His wife, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, and Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau have long been icons in the performance of Lieder and those of Wolf in particular. In this collection they are joined by.

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