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The Music of Friedrich Nietzsche

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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Allegro, for piano
  2. Hoch tut euch auf
  3. Einleitung, for piano
  4. Phantasie
  5. Miserere
  6. Einleitung, for piano
  7. Einleitung, Die, for piano
  8. Huter, ist die Nacht bald hin?
  9. Presto
  10. Mein Platz vor der Tur
  11. Heldenklage, for piano
  12. Klavierstuck
  13. Ungarischer Marsch, for piano
  14. Zigeunertanz
  15. Edes Titok, for piano
  16. Aus der Jugendzeit, for voice & piano
  17. So lach doch mal, for piano
  18. Da geht ein Bach, for piano
  19. Da geht ein Bach, for piano
  20. Im Mondschein auf der Puszta, for piano
  21. Mazurka, for piano
  22. Aus der Czarda, for piano
  23. Das Zerbrochene Ringlein, melodrama
  24. Albumblatt, for piano
  25. Wie sich Rebenranken schwingen

Disc: 2

  1. Eine Sylvesternacht, for violin & piano
  2. Nachspiel, for voice & piano
  3. Unendlich, for voice & piano
  4. Verwelkt, for voice & piano
  5. Ungewitter, for voice & piano
  6. Gern und gerner, for voice & piano
  7. Das Kind an die erloschene Kerze, for voice & piano
  8. Es winkt und neight sich, for voice & piano
  9. Die Junge Fischerin, for voice & piano
  10. O weint um sie, for choir & piano
  11. Herbstilch sonnige Tage, for choir & piano
  12. Ade! Ich muss nun gehen, for male chorus
  13. Das Fragment an sich, for piano
  14. Kirchengeschichtliches Responsorium, for voice & piano
  15. Gebet an das Leben (Prayer to Life), for voice & piano


Product Details

  • Performer: Friedrich Nietzsche, Lauretta Altman, Erik Oland, The Orpheus Singers, Peter Schubert, et al.
  • Orchestra: Wolfgang Bottenberg
  • Conductor: Valerie Kinslow
  • Audio CD (January 12, 1999)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Label: ATMA
  • ASIN: B00000GV5L
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,046,999 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Nietzsche was born in 1844 and died in 1900, long before Marilyn Manson, Trent Reznor, or anyone from Rammstein was ever even thought of...
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I had never heard of this composer until a friend of mine gave me a cd recently. I was blown away. I'm not sure what time period he is from, but the music makes me think that it must be modern. Not to mention that the message behind the music is clearly derived from such "popular" artists/intellectuals as Marilyn Manson, Trent Reznor, and even Rammstein. Regardless of the fact that Nietzsche seems to borrow so many of these artists themes, he is nonetheless not exactly a second rate copy... and it is profoundly interesting to hear these sentiments expressed in classical form.
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