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Beethoven: Lieder - Songs

Matthias Goerne, Jan Lisiecki

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Sechs Lieder von Gellert, Op. 48  
1.1
1. Bitten
Ludwig van Beethoven; Christian Fürchtegott Gellert; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
3:41
1.2
2. Die Liebe des Nächsten
Ludwig van Beethoven; Christian Fürchtegott Gellert; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
2:50
1.3
3. Vom Tode
Ludwig van Beethoven; Christian Fürchtegott Gellert; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
3:24
1.4
4. Die Ehre Gottes aus der Natur
Ludwig van Beethoven; Christian Fürchtegott Gellert; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
1:51
1.5
5. Gottes Macht und Vorsehung
Ludwig van Beethoven; Christian Fürchtegott Gellert; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
2:07
1.6
6. Bußlied
Ludwig van Beethoven; Christian Fürchtegott Gellert; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
4:07
1.7
Resignation, WoO 149
Ludwig van Beethoven; Paul Graf von Haugwitz; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
2:53
1.8
An die Hoffnung, Op. 32
Ludwig van Beethoven; Christoph August Tiedge; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
3:41
1.9
Lied aus der Ferne, WoO 137
Ludwig van Beethoven; Christian Ludwig Reissig; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
3:22
1.10
Mailied, Op. 52 No. 4
Ludwig van Beethoven; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
2:01
1.11
Der Liebende, WoO 139
Ludwig van Beethoven; Christian Ludwig Reissig; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
2:07
1.12
Klage, WoO 113
Ludwig van Beethoven; Ludwig Heinrich Christoph Hölty; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
2:44
1.13
An die Hoffnung, Op. 94
Ludwig van Beethoven; Christoph August Tiedge; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
6:57
1.14
Adelaide, Op. 46
Ludwig van Beethoven; Friedrich von Matthisson; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
5:30
1.15
Wonne der Wehmut, Op. 83 No. 1
Ludwig van Beethoven; Johann Wolfgang von Goethe; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
2:14
1.16
Das Liedchen von der Ruhe, Op. 52 No. 3
Ludwig van Beethoven; Hermann Wilhelm Franz Ueltzen; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
5:48
1.17
An die Geliebte, WoO 140 (1814 Version)
Ludwig van Beethoven; Joseph Ludwig Stoll; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
1:01
An die ferne Geliebte, Op. 98  
1.18
1. Auf dem Hügel sitz ich spähend
Ludwig van Beethoven; Alois Isidor Jeitteles; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
2:30
1.19
2. Wo die Berge so blau
Ludwig van Beethoven; Alois Isidor Jeitteles; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
1:32
1.20
3. Leichte Segler in den Höhen
Ludwig van Beethoven; Alois Isidor Jeitteles; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
1:39
1.21
4. Diese Wolken in den Höhen
Ludwig van Beethoven; Alois Isidor Jeitteles; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
1:04
1.22
5. Es kehret der Maien, es blühet die Au
Ludwig van Beethoven; Alois Isidor Jeitteles; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
2:25
1.23
6. Nimm sie hin denn, diese Lieder
Ludwig van Beethoven; Alois Isidor Jeitteles; Matthias Goerne; Jan Lisiecki
3:46
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    69:14
Over the years, many of the countless attempts to portray Beethoven have veered towards the one-dimensional: the hero, the titan, the free spirit, the rebel and non-conformist, the musical libertarian… While there may be some truth in one or more of these labels, the reality is infinitely more complex. To get to know the true Beethoven, one needs to look beyond the multitude of myths that have proliferated around him – and a good starting point is to focus on some of his vocal miniatures, works that have been unjustly eclipsed by the monumental status of his nine symphonies.

Beethoven revisited the Lied form continually throughout his entire life. Here, we encounter a poetically sensitive and insightful man, drawn to the humorous qualities of the genre as well as to the fundamental questions of human existence.

World-renowned artists baritone Matthias Goerne and pianist Jan Lisiecki reveal some of his rich and varied creations in this field on their first joint album, Beethoven: Lieder - Songs. Goerne and Lisiecki selected twelve works for their album, including two song cycles: the Sechs Lieder, op.48 – settings of poems by Christian Fürchtegott Gellert (1715-69) – and An die ferne Geliebte (To the Distant Beloved), the best-known of Beethoven’s solo vocal compositions.
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