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Liszt: O lieb! (Bonus Track Version)

Cyrille Dubois, Tristan Raës

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1
Hohe Liebe, LW N18/S307 (1850)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
2:18
2
Jugendglück, LW N61/S323 (1860)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
1:44
3
Liebestraum "O lieb", LW N18/S298 (1850)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
5:31
4
Morgens steh' ich auf und frage, LW N16/S290-2 (2e version, 1859)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
1:59
5
Es rauschen die Winde, LW N33/S294-2 ( 2e version, 1860)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
3:07
6
Die Loreley, LW N5/S273-2 (2e version, 1856)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
6:08
7
Freudvoll und Leidvoll II LW N23/S280-2 (1848)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
1:16
8
Vergiftet sind meine Lieder LW N29/S289 (1859)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
1:40
9
Bist du LW N21/S277 (1844)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
4:04
10
Was Liebe sei, LW N7/S288-1 (1re version, 1844)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
1:13
11
Die Zelle in Nonnenwerth, LW N6/S274-2 (4e version, 1860)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
3:59
12
Ein Fichtenbaum steht einsam, LW N36/S309, (1re version, 1860 / Bonus Track)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
2:41
13
Nimm einen Strahl der Sonne LW N20/S310 (1860)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
0:47
14
Laßt mich ruhen LW N55/S314 (1859)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
3:40
15
In Liebeslust, LW N56/S318 (1859 / Bonus Track)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
2:07
16
Schwebe, schwebe blaues Augen, LW N35/S305-1 (1re version, posthume, 1917)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
4:23
17
Der Fischerknabe, LW N32/S92-1 (1re version, 1847)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
3:51
18
S'il est un charmant gazon, LW N25/S284-1 (1re version, 1844)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
2:47
19
Enfant, si j'étais roi, LW N24/S283-2 (2e version, 1859)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
3:00
20
Oh ! quand je dors, LW N11/S282-2 (2e version, 1859)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
4:32
21
Comment, disaient-ils, LW N12/S276-2 (2e version, 1859)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
2:11
22
Angiolin dal biondo crin, LW N1/S269-2 (2e version, 1856)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
5:24
Trois Sonnets de Pétrarque, LW N14/S270-1  
23
I. Pace non trovo (1re version, 1846)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
6:48
24
II. Benedetto sia 'l giorno (1re version, 1846)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
6:11
25
III. I' vidi in terra angelici costumi (1re version, 1846)
Franz Liszt; Cyrille Dubois; Tristan Raës
5:46
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    1:27:07
The renowned tenor Cyrille Dubois and the pianist Tristan Raës move forward with the French mélodie and dedicate their new album to the more confidential part of the production of Franz Liszt: his vocal pages. Sensuality, passion and sincerity are woven together, forming the main theme of this program, with in the background the idea of an artistic modernity transcending borders. The album features gradually German Lieder and French and Italian melodies.

A great traveller, this convinced European ahead of time knows how to seize with rare accuracy what is particular to the expression of love in each of these cultures: German and its romanticism through the words of Heine, Schiller or Goethe, together with the appeal to nature for reinforcement in order to reveal one's feelings with modesty; the sweetness of Hugo's lines for describing French coquetry, or finally the incredible perfection of Petrarch's Sonnets, forever modern, for making Italian sing – the language of love if ever there was one.

Cyrille Dubois and Tristan Raës were already awarded for their musical skills, and acclaimed in the German vocal repertoire (Schumann and Schubert). As good in the language of Goethe as in those of Dante and Hugo, Cyrille Dubois knows how to convey the poetic and dramatic scenes of Liszt's lieder and melodies, with his alternately intimate and powerful tenor voice. Faithful to his teacher Helmut Deutsch, he uses the infinite facets of the piano. Incredibly talented and sensitive, Cyrille Dubois bewitches all those who hear him as does Heine's Loreley!
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