℗ 1953 Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company
Released August 9, 2019
Duration 37m 03s
Record Label Warner Classics
Genre Classical
 

Strauss: Closing Scene from "Capriccio" & Four Last Songs (feat. Otto Ackermann)

Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Otto Ackermann, Philharmonia Orchestra

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Capriccio, Op. 85  
1.1
"Morgen mittag um elf!" (Die Gräfin / feat. Otto Ackermann)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; Otto Ackermann; Philharmonia Orchestra
17:45
4 Letzte Lieder  
1.2
No. 1, Frühling (feat. Otto Ackermann)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; Otto Ackermann; Philharmonia Orchestra
3:25
1.3
No. 2, September (feat. Otto Ackermann)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; Otto Ackermann; Philharmonia Orchestra
4:09
1.4
No. 3, Beim Schlafengehen (feat. Otto Ackermann)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; Otto Ackermann; Philharmonia Orchestra
4:31
1.5
No. 4, Im Abendrot (feat. Otto Ackermann)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; Otto Ackermann; Philharmonia Orchestra
7:13
A reigning soprano of her era, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf (1915-2006) remains renowned for her vocal beauty and elegance and for her acute interpretative insight – above all in the music of Mozart, Wolf and Strauss. Gathering all her recorded recitals of songs and arias, this collection respects the original format of each programme conceived by Schwarzkopf and her husband, the legendary producer Walter Legge. In newly remastered sound, the soprano’s art emerges in all its exquisite refinement and detail.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Warner Classics Studio Masters

Tracks 1-5 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source
Track title
Peak
(dB FS)
RMS
(dB FS)
LUFS
(integrated)
DR
Album average
Range of values
-3.82
-5.96 to -2.82
-20.82
-23.76 to -18.39
-17.46
-21.00 to -15.20
9
8 to 10
1
"Morgen mittag um elf!" (Die Gräfin / feat. Otto Ackermann)
-2.82-20.47-16.810
2
No. 1, Frühling (feat. Otto Ackermann)
-2.97-18.39-15.28
3
No. 2, September (feat. Otto Ackermann)
-3.66-20.80-17.410
4
No. 3, Beim Schlafengehen (feat. Otto Ackermann)
-3.69-20.69-16.99
5
No. 4, Im Abendrot (feat. Otto Ackermann)
-5.96-23.76-21.010

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