℗ 2018 Signum Records
Duration 1h 06m 02s
Record Label Signum Records
Release Date September 14, 2018
Genre Classical
 

Mozart: Grabmusik, Bastien Und Bastienne

The Mozartists, Ian Page

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Grabmusik, K. 42/35a (Original 1767 Version)  
1.1
No. 1, "Wo bin ich? bittrer Schmerz!" (Recitative)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:01
1.2
No. 2, "Felsen, spaltet euren Rachen" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
6:02
1.3
No. 3, "Geliebte Seel', was redest du?" (Recitative)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:03
1.4
No. 4, "Betracht dies Herz und frage mich" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
4:06
1.5
No. 5, "O Himmel! was ein traurig Licht" (Recitative)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:16
1.6
No. 6, "Jesu, was hab' ich getan?" (Duet)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
4:43
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (Original 1768 Version)  
1.7
Intrada
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:39
1.8
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (Original 1768 Version), Scene 1: No. 1, "Mein liebster Freund hat mich verlassen" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:55
1.9
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (Original 1768 Version), Scene 1: "Du fliehst von mir, Bastien?" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
0:45
1.10
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (Original 1768 Version), Scene 1: No. 2, "Ich geh jetzt auf die Weide (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:33
1.11
Entrance of Colas
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
0:18
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (Original 1768 Version), Scene 2  
1.12
No. 4, "Befraget mich ein zartes Kind" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:04
1.13
"Guten Morgen, Herr Colas!" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:58
1.14
No. 5, "Wenn mein Bastien im Scherze" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
2:35
1.15
"O, die Edelfrau vom Schloß" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
0:18
1.16
No. 6, "Würd ich auch, wie manche Buhlerinnen" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:16
1.17
"Gib dich zufrieden!" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:01
1.18
No. 7, "Auf den Rat, den ich gegeben" (Duet)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:33
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (Original 1768 Version), Scene 3  
1.19
"Dieses Liebhaberpaar ist wahrlich ein rechtes Wunderwerk" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
0:41
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (Original 1768 Version), Scene 4  
1.20
No. 8, "Großen Dank dir abzustatten" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:24
1.21
"Es freut mich, daß du endlich zu dir" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
0:40
1.22
No. 9, "Geh! du sagst mir eine Fabel" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:16
1.23
"Das kann sein" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:17
1.24
No. 10, "Tätzel, Brätzel, Schober, Kober" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:20
1.25
"Ist die Hexerei zu Ende?" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
0:20
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (Original 1768 Version), Scene 5  
1.26
No. 11, "Meiner Liebsten schöne Wangen" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
3:02
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (Original 1768 Version), Scene 6  
1.27
"Da ist sie" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:02
1.28
No. 12, "Er war mir sonst treu und ergeben" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
2:25
1.29
"O, ich sehe schon, was dich verdrießt" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
0:59
1.30
No. 13, "Geh hin!" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
5:52
1.31
"Siehe da! bist du noch hier?" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
0:32
1.32
No. 14, "Dien Trotz vermehrt sich durch mein Leiden?" (Recitative)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
0:49
1.33
Und sollte ich wohl ein solcher Narr sein" (Dialogue)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
0:25
1.34
No. 15, Geh! geh! geh, Herz von Flandern!" (Duet)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
5:17
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (Original 1768 Version), Scene 7  
1.35
No. 16 "Kinder! Kinder! seht, nach Sturm und Regen" (Trio)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
3:05
Bastien und Bastienne, K. 50 (2nd 1769 Version), Scene 4  
1.36
No. 10, "Diggi, daggi, schurry, murry" (Aria)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; The Mozartists; Ian Page
1:30
Duration    1h 06m 02s
Continuing their complete Mozart opera recording cycle, The Mozartists’ latest release shines a light on two early opera works by Mozart. Grabmusik was reported to be the product of a test set by the prince of Salzburg, who: “… not crediting that such masterly compositions were really those of a child, shut him up for a week, during which he was not permitted to see any one, and was left only with music paper, and the words of an oratorio … During this short time he composed a very capital oratorio, which was most highly approved of upon being performed.” Performed for Holy Week the title can be translated as Cantata on Christ’s Grave (literally ‘Grave Music’), and the anonymous text takes the form of a dialogue between a tormented soul, who is desperately lamenting the tragedy of Christ’s death, and an angel. Bastien und Bastienne is the only one of Mozart’s operas to have been written for performance in a private house rather than a theatre. Commissioned at some point in mid-1768 by the renowned and controversial German physician Franz Anton Mesmer, it tells the tale of two young shepherds, Bastien and Bastienne, being reconciled in love by the fortune teller and magician Colas after Bastien has briefly been lured away by the attractions of a noble lady from the city. This new recording uses Mozart’s original 1768 setting of the libretto by F. W. Weiskern & J. H. F. Müller, the provenance of which was only established in the 1980s.
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