℗ 1969 Parlophone Records Limited, a Warner Music Group Company
Released October 4, 2019
Duration 47m 55s
Record Label Warner Classics
Genre Classical
 

Strauss: Seven Songs - Mozart: Concert Arias

Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, London Symphony Orchestra, George Szell

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1.1
Ch'io mi scordi di te?... Non temer, amato bene, K. 505 (feat. Alfred Brendel)
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; Alfred Brendel; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
11:14
1.2
Vado, ma dove?, K. 583
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
4:23
1.3
Alma grande e nobil core, K. 578
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
4:30
1.4
Nehmt meinen Dank, ihr holden Gönner, K. 383
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
3:58
4 Lieder, Op. 27  
1.5
No. 1, Ruhe, meine Seele (Orchestral Version)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
3:54
6 Lieder, Op. 37  
1.6
No. 3, Meinem Kinde (Orchestral Version)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
2:50
5 Lieder, Op. 41  
1.7
No. 1, Wiegenlied (Orchestral Version)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
4:45
4 Lieder, Op. 27  
1.8
No. 4, Morgen (Orchestral Version / feat. Edith Peinemann)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; Edith Peinemann; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
3:46
3 Lieder, Op. 88  
1.9
No. 1, Das Bächlein (Orchestral Version)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
2:01
4 Lieder, Op. 36  
1.10
No. 1, Das Rosenband (Orchestral Version)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
3:13
5 Lieder, Op. 84  
1.11
No. 4, Winterweihe (Orchestral Version)
Richard Strauss; Elisabeth Schwarzkopf; London Symphony Orchestra; George Szell
3:21
This edition of Elisabeth Schwarzkopf comes from Warner Classic's The Complete Recitals 1952-1974. 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 1-11 – 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
-3.87
-8.74 to -0.70
-24.68
-30.40 to -21.89
-21.02
-27.00 to -17.80
12
10 to 13
1
Ch'io mi scordi di te?... Non temer, amato bene, K. 505 (feat. Alfred Brendel)
-1.00-21.89-17.812
2
Vado, ma dove?, K. 583
-2.20-22.56-18.912
3
Alma grande e nobil core, K. 578
-1.73-22.14-18.313
4
Nehmt meinen Dank, ihr holden Gönner, K. 383
-6.36-25.91-22.311
5
No. 1, Ruhe, meine Seele (Orchestral Version)
-0.70-23.40-19.012
6
No. 3, Meinem Kinde (Orchestral Version)
-5.22-27.00-23.412
7
No. 1, Wiegenlied (Orchestral Version)
-2.49-24.18-20.612
8
No. 4, Morgen (Orchestral Version / feat. Edith Peinemann)
-8.74-30.40-27.011
9
No. 1, Das Bächlein (Orchestral Version)
-4.18-22.68-19.210
10
No. 1, Das Rosenband (Orchestral Version)
-4.24-25.55-22.112
11
No. 4, Winterweihe (Orchestral Version)
-5.75-25.80-22.610

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