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Strauss, Mozart & Schubert: Liebende

Daniel Heide, Katharina Konradi

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1.1
Die erwachte Rose, AV 66
Richard Strauss; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
3:09
Schlichte Weisen, Op. 21  
1.2
II. Du meines Herzens Krönelein
Richard Strauss; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
2:04
3 Lieder, Op. 29  
1.3
II. Schlagende Herzen
Richard Strauss; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
2:42
5 Lieder, Op. 48  
1.4
II. Ich schwebe
Richard Strauss; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
2:17
5 Lieder, Op. 39  
1.5
I. Leises Lied
Richard Strauss; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
3:04
4 Lieder, Op. 36  
1.6
III. Hat gesagt - bleibt's nicht dabei
Richard Strauss; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
2:21
6 Lieder, Op. 37  
1.7
I. Glückes genug
Richard Strauss; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
2:21
1.8
Abendempfindung, K. 523
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
4:57
1.9
Lied der Freiheit, K. 506
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
2:44
1.10
Fdie Zufriednheit, K. 473
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
3:19
1.11
Warnung, K. 433
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
2:04
1.12
Das Veilchen, K. 476
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
2:28
1.13
Das Lied der Trennung, K. 519
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
4:44
1.14
Luisens Antwort, D. 319
Franz Schubert; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
3:47
1.15
Suleika I, D. 720
Franz Schubert; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
5:47
1.16
An die Nachtigall, D. 497
Franz Schubert; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
1:32
1.17
Die junge Nonne, D. 828
Franz Schubert; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
4:01
1.18
Verklärung, D. 59
Franz Schubert; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
3:47
2 Szenen aus dem Schauspiel "Lacrimas", D. 857  
1.19
II. Lied das Florio
Franz Schubert; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
3:10
1.20
Suleika II, D. 717
Franz Schubert; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
4:00
1.21
Alles um Liebe, D. 241
Franz Schubert; Anonymous; Katharina Konradi; Daniel Heide
2:43
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    67:01
"The labels 'Mozart soprano' and 'Strauss soprano' are often said to be practically indistinguishable. Indeed, in terms of melodic style, the two composers are not that far apart. Mozart suits my voice well, and the same is true of Richard Straus's light lyrical repertoire. Then Schubert, with his astoundingly vast lieder output and his variety of musical expression, holds a special place for me. Every time I prepare a recital, these almost inexhaustible treasures take me on a delightful journey of surprising discoveries, and that is what my life as a lieder interpreter is all about ... Every piece on this [album] has a special appeal for me." - Katharina Konradi "For a pianist, Mozart and Schubert are a matter of course! Mozart wrote a number of keyboard sonatas (and the violin sonatas!) along with a multitude of piano concertos: his Lieder come as an added attraction. They are marvelous gems. And any pianist who decides to go further than Schubert's solo piano works in order to delve into his seemingly infinite world of 600 Lieder-treasures comes out a happier man. In every Strauss song I find that the timbre is unique: an atmosphere you can experience only in Strauss territory, that special luminosity of sound, the silvery tone ... Mozart's, Schubert's, and Strauss's songs are core German lieder repertoire, and they are pivotal and essential material for singers worldwide. Mozart and Strauss are the linchpins and cornerstones of our soprano careers on the opera stage..." - Daniel Heide
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