For example, Das himmlische Leben The Heavenly Life was performed by Mahler himself as an orchestra lied at least once — in Hamburg in In fundamentally different orchestration, it later became the final movement and core of motif and thought for his Symphony No.
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This may be one of the reasons why this orchestra lied was first published years later — in in the Complete Critical Edition. The way Mahler thought and orchestrated when creating a lied for orchestra in contrast to a symphonic work is best documented by the astonishing fact that the Fischpredigt St.
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This clearly outlines the importance of his lied creations in his symphonic thinking. The 14 lieder from Wunderhorn were never intended to be a song cycle. As he read the poems, which were different in style, subject matter, tone, verse structure, provenance, and genre, Mahler nevertheless tapped into the underlying spirit that united them and made them the beloved source of imagination for generations of musicians. Although many German writers were moved to study the collection, composers were musically uninterested until late in the 19th century, when Mahler began to draw upon Wunderhorn for melodic inspiration.
In those songs, Mahler covered a vast range of subjects and emotions. Wistful romances are juxtaposed with tragic tales of starving children.
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Anthony preaches valiantly to impervious schools of fish, and in another song an avian vocal contest judged by a donkey conceals a satirical parable of musical tastes. A firm contender for my Record of the Year list, Or ?
Why not both! Instrumentally speaking, the results are fabulous.
Mahler's whole world is here, rendered in a fabulously piercing and tender performance. The wind sonority, meant to be organ-like in the symphonic version, is colorful in a new way. Hampson sounds in fresher voice than he did three years earlier recording some of the same songs in San Francisco.
Des Knaben Wunderhorn [sound recording] / Mahler. - Version details - Trove
He's at his best when telling a story, as in "Lob des hohen Verstands. There is much thoughtful, intelligent singing from Thomas Hampson, with the aptly named Wiener Virtuosen. Bis in jede einzelne Silbe, jeden Ton hinein hat er alles durchdacht und durchlebt. Immer dem Komponisten und seinen Absichten folgend.
Die Wiener Virtuosen, zumeist Protagonisten der dortigen Philharmoniker, tun es ihm nach. Diese frisch aufgenommenen "Wunderhorn"-Lieder vibrieren in der geschmeidigen Kammerensemble-Fassung vor fiebriger Spannung.
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February Hampson gestaltet mit einer reichen Farbenpalette. Hampson kann sich problemlos leisten, seine sehr gesunde Stimme in den Kammerorchesterklang einzubetten, statt sie herauszuziehen. Daraus ergibt sich ein exquisites Klangbild. Related albums. Release 03 Jan. Rheinlegendchen 2.
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