Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin + 3 Lieder (Remaster) Hubert Giesen & Fritz Wunderlich
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- 11. Das Wandern03:08
- 22. Wohin?02:29
- 33. Halt!01:37
- 44. Danksagung an den Bach02:08
- 55. Am Feierabend02:39
- 66. Der Neugierige03:46
- 77. Ungeduld03:08
- 88. Morgengruß04:08
- 99. Der Müllers Blumen03:47
- 1010. Tränenregen04:21
- 1111. Mein!02:47
- 1212. Pause04:12
- 1313. Mit dem grünen Lautenbande02:36
- 1414. Der Jäger01:18
- 1515. Eifersucht und Stolz01:47
- 1616. Die liebe Farbe03:56
- 1717. Die böse Farbe02:21
- 1818. Trockne Blumen03:16
- 1919. Der Müller und der Bach03:46
- 2020. Des Baches Wiegenlied07:12
- 21Die Forelle, Op.32, D.55002:18
- 22Frühlingsglaube, D.68603:18
- 23Heidenröslein, Op.3/3, D.25701:48
Info for Schubert: Die schöne Müllerin + 3 Lieder (Remaster)
Despite his premature death at age 35, Fritz Wunderlich was one of the great lyric tenors of the century, equally at home with Mozart's Magic Flute and Mahler's Das Lied von der Erde. Why, then, does Schubert's great song cycle about disappointed love so often elude him? Though he brings his usual vocal splendor and gratifying lyricism to the music in ways that few tenors can dream of, both Wunderlich and his accompanist have a strangely club-footed sense of rhythm. What should often be an intimate expression is extroverted and even labored.
Fritz Wunderlich, Tenor
Hubert Giesen, Klavier
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