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  • Audio CD (May 13, 2008)
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Hyperion UK
  • ASIN: B0014WSVWW
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #400,663 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Lieder (8), Op. 10: no 2, Nichts
2. Lieder (8), Op. 49: no 7, Wer lieben will
3. Lieder (8), Op. 49: no 6, Junggesellenschwur
4. Lieder (6), Op. 17: no 1, Seitdem dein Aug' in meines schaute
5. Lieder (6), Op. 17: no 2, Ständchen
6. Lieder (6), Op. 17: no 3, Das Geheimnis
7. Lieder (6), Op. 17: no 4, Aus den Liedern der Trauer
8. Lieder (6), Op. 17: no 5, Nur Muth!
9. Lieder (6), Op. 17: no 6, Barkarole
10. Lieder aus Lotusblättern (6), Op. 19: no 1, Wozu noch Mädchen
11. Lieder aus Lotusblättern (6), Op. 19: no 3, Schön sind, doch kalt
12. Lieder aus Lotusblättern (6), Op. 19: no 5, Hoffen un wiederzusagen
13. Schlichte Weisen (5), Op. 21: no 4, Ach weh mir unglückhaftem
14. Schlichte Weisen (5), Op. 21: no 5, Die Frauen
15. Lieder (4), Op. 27: no 3, Heimliche Aufforderung
16. Lieder (5), Op. 32: no 1, Ich trage meine Minne
17. Lieder (5), Op. 32: no 2, Sehnsucht
18. Lieder (5), Op. 32: no 3, Liebeshymnus
19. Lieder (5), Op. 32: no 4, O süsser Mai
20. Lieder (5), Op. 32: no 5, Himmelsboten
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Pater Ecstaticus on October 8, 2008
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To paraphrase another reviewer in his review of another album in this ongoing Hyperion series of Strauss Lieder recordings, this is such highly refined and exquisite art that with every listen this album only gets better. With that I mean of course that with every listen, one becomes more and more aware all of the infinite detail and finesse of the art of pianist and singer and their wonderful co-artistry. I would recommend listening to this album from beginning to end without a stop, and than maybe again, and then also reading along with the poems and the essay by Roger Vignoles. In the booklet notes, Roger Vignoles goes on to explain some of the poetic and musical characteristics of the songs. Although, to my shame, I have to confess I cannot really follow along with any of the musical theoretical explanations (I can't read music). My listening to music has always been rather intuitive.
I have come to especially love Roger Vignoles playing. I also love his recordings with Stephan Genz (Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn and Mahler: Songs) In this album also, his playing is again of delicate beauty and lyricism, but with, to my ears, gorgeous legato. I almost have a sensation (please let me indulge ;) of him 'caressing' the keys in such a lovingly refined and assured way as to make the piano sing with such a full and warm sound that it is the greatest joy to behold.
Andrew Kennedy's voice is silky of tone and is equally balanced between high and low. A very beautiful and powerful 'instrument' with a full timbre, warm and graceful. His articulation is very delicate and refined.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By jmark on December 7, 2011
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Richard Strauss' mother was a soprano with the Bavarian Royal Opera House. As such Richard Strauss wrote many songs for her. His wife was also an operatic singer, so he had two significant bookends that encouraged his song creations. Hyperion has tackled the task of recording the complete songs of this German master and has produced 5 CD's of albums of which this is the third. The songs in volume 3 are for tenor (Andrew Kennedy) and piano (Roger Vignoles). The songs are brilliantly sung and are worthy of the best in this first half of the 20th century composer. A valuable addition for any Straussophile.
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