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  • Performer: Rita Streich
  • Album: Songs By Brahms, Schumann & Richard Strauss
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  • Released: 1962
  • Style: Romantic, Modern
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Rita Streich - Songs By Brahms, Schumann & Richard Strauss album flac

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Robert Schumann (1810–1856)
A1 Der Nussbaum
Composed By – Robert SchumannWords By – Julius Mosen
A2 Die Stille
Composed By – Robert SchumannWords By – Joseph Von Eichendorff
A3 Schneeglöckchen
Composed By – Robert SchumannWords By – Friedrich Rückert
A4 Die Lotosblume
Composed By – Robert SchumannWords By – Heinrich Heine
A5 Intrmezzo
Composed By – Robert SchumannWords By – Joseph Von Eichendorff
A6 Aufträge
Composed By – Robert SchumannWords By – Christian L'Egru
Johannes Brahms (1833–1897)
A7 Ständchen
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsWords By – Franz Kugler
A8 Geheimnis
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsWords By – Karl Candidus*
A9 Auf Dem Schiffe
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsWords By – Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz
A10 Trennung
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsWords By – Swabian Folk Song*
A11 Vergebliches Ständchen
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsWords By – Folk Song, Lower Rhine*
A12 Wiegenlied
Composed By – Johannes Brahms
B1 Das Mädchen Spricht
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsWords By – Otto Friedrich Gruppe
B2 3 Mädchenlieder
Composed By – Johannes BrahmsWords By – Paul Heyse, Siegfried Kapper
Richard Strauss (1864–1949)
B3 Schlagende Herzen
Composed By – Richard StraussWords By – Otto Julius Bierbaum
B4 Wiegenlied
Composed By – Richard StraussWords By – Richard Dehmel
B5 Schlechtes Wetter
Composed By – Richard StraussWords By – Heinrich Heine
B6 Amor
Composed By – Richard StraussWords By – Clemens Brentano
B7 An Die Nacht
Composed By – Richard StraussWords By – Clemens Brentano
B8 Als Mir Dein Lied Erklang
Composed By – Richard StraussWords By – Clemens Brentano

Credits

  • Piano – Günther Weissenborn
  • Soprano Vocals – Rita Streich

Notes

Direct Import · Factory Sealed
Release date per 'Billboard' magazine, September 22, 1962 (Page 72)

Richard Strauss, Metamorphosen. Antoni Wit, Conductor. Staatskapelle Weimar.

Rita Streich - Songs By Brahms, Schumann & Richard Strauss (LP, Boo). Selo:Deutsche Grammophon Cat. nº: SLPM 138 716. Condição da mídia: Mídia: Near Mint (NM or M-) Condição da Capa: Capa: Very Good Plus (VG+). SEK 99,00 cerca de € 9,39 + envio. Various - Anneliese Rothenberger (2xLP, Album, Comp). Selo:EMI Electrola, Die Stimme Seines Herrn Cat. nº: 1 C 187-29 233/34. Condição da mídia: Mídia: Very Good Plus (VG+) Condição da Capa: Capa: Very Good Plus (VG+).

Richard Strauss was born on 11 June 1864, in Germany (Munich), in the family of Franz Strauss, the main horn player at the Munich Court Opera. Richard received a profound, but classic musical education in his youth, offered by his father. Strauss would start writing at the age of 6 and proceed his music endeavors until death. As a boy he was fortunate enough to have possibility to witness the rehearsals of the Court Orchestra, and Richard also received some music instruction in spheres of composition and theory from the conductor’s assistant there. The compositions of this period are written in the conservative style of Felix Mendelssohn or Robert Schumann, following the approach of his father. The Horn Concerto No. 1 composed in the period between 1882 and 1883 is a bright representation of hid technique and is often played nowadays. Richard married Pauline de Ahna in 1894.

Richard Georg Strauss (German pronunciation: ; 11 June 1864 – 8 September 1949) was a leading German composer of the late Romantic and early modern eras.

Richard Strauss, who had been appointed assistant to von Bülow at Meiningen, and had been uncertain about Brahms's music, found himself converted by the Third Symphony and was enthusiastic about the Fourth: "a giant work, great in concept and invention. Another, but cautious, supporter from the younger generation was Gustav Mahler who first met Brahms in 1884 and remained. Swafford (2001), passim. Hofmann (1999) pp. 12–14. The Songs of Johannes Brahms. Yale University Press. p. 326. ISBN 978-0300079623.

Rita Streich - Waltzes and Lyrical Songs (DG The Originals) Audio CD. Johann II Strauss. Rita Streich possessed one of the purest soprano voices I have ever heard. I have been collecting her records since the days of LP and never tire of them. The DG collection 'The Viennese Nightingale' includes all her Lieder recordings for DG and is an essential purchase. Splendid collection of wonderfully sung arias. The lighter songs are less so, but the large bulk of items is superb.

Rita Streich, a light lyric coloratura, was the child of a Russian mother and a German prisoner-of-war father. Circuitously, the family made its way to Berlin where Streich grew up, and studied with Maria Ivogün, Erna Berger, and Willi Domgraf-Fassbänder (the father of Brigitte, and Germany's leading Papageno between wars).

Schumann was born in Zwickau, in the Kingdom of Saxony, the fifth and last child of Johanna Christiane (née Schnabel) and August Schumann  . On the other hand, Schumann disparaged the school of Franz Liszt and Richard Wagner. From 1832 to 1839, Schumann wrote almost exclusively for piano, but in 1840 alone he wrote at least 138 songs. Indeed, 1840 (the Liederjahr or year of song) is highly significant in Schumann's musical legacy, despite his earlier deriding of works for piano and voice as inferior.

Album · 1998 · 17 Songs. By Johann Strauss II - Rita Streich, ester Berlin & Kurt Gaebel. 2. Le Rossignol Et La Rose. By Camille Saint-Saëns - Rita Streich, ester Berlin & Kurt Gaebel. By Giuseppe Verdi - Rita Streich, ester Berlin & Kurt Gaebel.

Richard Strauss: 40 Songs "(The Vocal Library). By Richard Strauss (1864-1949). For high voice solo and piano accompaniment (High Voice). 50 Selected Songs - Low Voice "(Low Voice). By Franz Schubert (1797-1828), Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms (1833-1897), Hugo Wolf (1860-1903), and Richard Strauss (1864-1949). For low voice and piano.

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