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Schumann & Brahms Lieder

Elīna Garanča, Malcolm Martineau

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Frauenliebe und Leben, Op. 42  
1.1
I. Seit ich ihn gesehen
Robert Schumann; Adelbert von Chamisso; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
2:33
1.2
II. Er, der Herrlichste von allen
Robert Schumann; Adelbert von Chamisso; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
3:16
1.3
III. Ich kann's nicht fassen, nicht glauben
Robert Schumann; Adelbert von Chamisso; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
1:52
1.4
IV. Du Ring an meinem Finger
Robert Schumann; Adelbert von Chamisso; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
2:47
1.5
V. Helft mir, ihr Schwestern
Robert Schumann; Adelbert von Chamisso; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
2:02
1.6
VI. Süsser Freund, du blickest
Robert Schumann; Adelbert von Chamisso; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
4:31
1.7
VII. An meinem Herzen, an meiner Brust
Robert Schumann; Adelbert von Chamisso; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
1:22
1.8
VIII. Nun hast du mir den ersten Schmerz getan
Robert Schumann; Adelbert von Chamisso; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
4:15
6 Gesänge, Op. 3  
1.9
I. Liebestreu
Johannes Brahms; Robert Reinick; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
2:13
9 Lieder und Gesänge, Op. 63  
1.10
VIII. Heimweh II
Johannes Brahms; Klaus Johann Groth; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
3:39
5 Lieder, Op. 107  
1.11
V. Mädchenlied
Johannes Brahms; Paul Heyse; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
1:43
6 Gesänge, Op. 3  
1.12
III. Liebe und Frühling II
Johannes Brahms; August Heinrich Hoffmann von Fallersleben; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
1:58
5 Gesänge, Op. 72  
1.13
III. O kühler Wald
Johannes Brahms; Clemens von Brentano; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
1:58
1.14
IV. Verzagen
Johannes Brahms; Karl von Lemcke; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
2:53
5 Lieder, Op. 94  
1.15
IV. Sapphische Ode
Johannes Brahms; Hans Schmidt; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
2:42
5 Lieder, Op. 47  
1.16
IV. O liebliche Wangen
Johannes Brahms; Paul Flemming; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
1:50
5 Gesänge, Op. 71  
1.17
III. Geheimnis
Johannes Brahms; Karl August Candidus; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
2:02
4 Lieder, Op. 96  
1.18
II. Wir wandelten
Johannes Brahms; Georg Friedrich Daumer; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
3:03
5 Gesänge, Op. 72  
1.19
I. Alte Liebe
Johannes Brahms; Karl August Candidus; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
2:59
4 Gesänge, Op. 43  
1.20
II. Die Mainacht
Johannes Brahms; Ludwig Heinrich Christoph Hölty; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
3:22
1.21
I. Von ewiger Liebe
Johannes Brahms; Josef Wenzig; Elīna Garanča; Malcolm Martineau
4:33
Total Playing Time    57:33
Elīna Garanča, one of today’s most eminent singers, performs Schumann’s "Frauenliebe und Leben" song cycle as well as a selection of Brahms Lieder – together with the acclaimed pianist Malcolm Martineau. The Latvian mezzo has now recorded her first solo recital album for devoted exclusively to this genre, choosing works that she has been performing live on stage for many years with the aim of documenting her personal interpretations of some classics of the German song repertoire. Garanča is accompanied on this album by Scottish pianist Malcolm Martineau, a sensitive and experienced musician who has long been her trusted partner in exploring these emotional soundworlds. The pair have often performed this repertoire together in recital, and teamed up once again to make this recording in Berlin in July 2020. “For me, the Lied is the natural state where we accompany, observe and recognize ourselves. We are there with our personal feelings, left to ourselves without the direct contact with others (…) There are no limits to longing and imagination in Lieder. Time and again, as singers we have endless possibilities for conveying something quite intimately.” - Elīna Garanča
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