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Great detail is given to the orchestra and the recording favors the orchestra.
Ms. Stemme is able to move from that bombastic and dramatic final scene from "Salome" to the pensive and stately final scene from "Cappricio" with ease.
I was stunned and disappointed that the Gramophone critics gave this a favorable rating.
I've looked at the other reviews of this recording, and I disagree with some or all of each one.
First the Salome. I found Ms. Read more
Wonderful CD, Nina Stemme is a magnificent performer and her voice is an absolute delight to listen to. Great interpretation of Strauss.Published on August 10, 2012 by Gary Hypes
Since I love Strauss I decided to purchase this CD and although I will refrain from making a final judgement until I hear her live my initial reaction was one of disappointment. Read morePublished on July 27, 2008 by R. Mark
Briefly stated, if you like singing in Strauss' final work that is operatic in the worst sense, and prefer a voice with a vibrato beat so heavy it almost sounds like trills, this... Read morePublished on October 2, 2007 by Allegro von Troppo
Let's get this out of the way quickly. Those seeking masterly interpretations of these often recorded songs (R Strauss' Four Last Songs) need to visit the Sinopoli/Dresden with... Read morePublished on September 19, 2007 by Strauss Lover
THE ARTIST IS NOT JEREMY WHITE. CHANGE YOUR LISTING. THAT ARTIST IS NINA STEMMEPublished on August 11, 2007 by Nina Beckwith
This is not a recording to take to that desert island, if you can only pack the essentials. Nina's voice is okay but with the recordings of Jesse Norman and Kiri Te Kanawa still... Read morePublished on July 12, 2007 by Franc Martarella
I could not believe it when I picked up this disc in my local music store to see my favourite music by Strauss on one CD. Read morePublished on May 24, 2007 by Robert Petersen