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Song's First Cycle

Robin Tritschler, Malcolm Martineau

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3 Songs from Sophiens Reise  
1.1
Verdankt sei es dem Glanz der Großen, K.392 / K⁶340a
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
3:16
1.2
An die Einsamkeit K.391 / K⁶340b
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
3:32
1.3
Ich würd‘ auf meinem Pfad K.390 / K⁶340c
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
3:14
Lieder aus der ‘Selam'  
1.4
Labetrank der Liebe D.302
Franz Schubert; Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
2:55
1.5
An die Geliebte D.303
Franz Schubert; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
1:53
1.6
Wiegenlied D.304
Franz Schubert; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
6:54
1.7
Mein Gruss an dem Mai D.305
Franz Schubert; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
5:39
1.8
Skolie D.306
Franz Schubert; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
0:53
1.9
Die Sternenwelten D.307
Franz Schubert; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
3:56
1.10
Die Macht der Liebe D.308
Franz Schubert; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
1:50
An die ferne Geliebte, Op. 98  
1.11
I. Auf dem Hügel sitz’ ich, spähend
Ludwig van Beethoven; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
3:03
1.12
II. Wo die Berge so blau
Ludwig van Beethoven; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
1:58
1.13
III. Leichter Segler in den Höhen
Ludwig van Beethoven; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
1:53
1.14
IV. Diese Wolken in den Höhen
Ludwig van Beethoven; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
0:57
1.15
V. Es kehret der Maien
Ludwig van Beethoven; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
2:48
1.16
VI. Nimm die hin denn, diese Lieder
Ludwig van Beethoven; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
3:58
Die vier Temperamente bei dem Verlust der Geliebten, Op. 46  
1.17
I. Der Leichtmüthige
Carl Maria von Weber; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
3:56
1.18
II. Der Schwermüthige
Carl Maria von Weber; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
3:09
1.19
III. Der Liebewüthige
Carl Maria von Weber; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
3:24
1.20
IV. Der Gleichmüthige
Carl Maria von Weber; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
2:58
1.21
Ensamkeit, D.620
Franz Schubert; Robin Tritschler; Malcolm Martineau
20:09
Total Playing Time    1:22:15
The creation of the Song Cycle as a new art form in the early 19th Century was paved with musical experiments and innovations. On this disc we illustrate the progress made by the great Lied composers of the day toward the cyclical perfection finally achieved by Beethoven and Schubert, and since emulated by Schumann, Loewe, Wolf, Fauré, Britten, Shostakovich and so many others. A Song Cycle is distinguishable from a collection of songs or a Liederspiel by some type of interior cohesion: a unifying theme, text from a single source, a narrative. It could be a musical connection: recurring devices and motifs, key relationships between songs, or perhaps a fixed performance order. Usually, a combination of these criteria is necessary to bestow on any song collection the title of Song Cycle.
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