• CDA67966 Katalognummer
  • 034571179667 EAN
  • 1CD Format
  • 2015 Utgivelsesĺr

Pokupic, Renata (mezzosoprano) | Vignoles, Roger (piano)

Tomásek, Vaclav Jan Krtitel



Tomásek: Am Flusse, Op. 55 No. 3
Tomásek: An die Entfernte, Op. 55 No. 1
Tomásek: Auf dem See
Tomásek: Das Geheimnis, Op. 58 No. 3
Tomásek: Des Greises Trauerlied, Op. 69 No. 1
Tomásek: Die Bekehrte, Op. 54 No. 3
Tomásek: Die Nacht, Op. 55 No. 5
Tomásek: Die Spinnerin, Op. 55 No. 2
Tomásek: Die Sprode, Op. 54 No. 2
Tomásek: Drei Gesänge, Op. 92
Tomásek: Erlkönig, Op. 59 No. 1
Tomásek: Es ist so angenehm, so süss, Op. 37 No. 2
Tomásek: Heidenröslein
Tomásek: Lied eines Alpenmädchens, Op. 96 No. 3
Tomásek: Mailied, Op. 53 No. 3
Tomásek: Rastlose Liebe, Op. 58 No. 1
Tomásek: Schafers Klagelied, Op. 56 No. 1
Tomásek: Sechs Böhmische Lieder von Václav Hanka, Op. 71
Tomásek: Sorge, Op. 57 No. 4
Tomásek: Ständchen, Op. 107 No. 3
Tomásek: Wanderers Nachtlied, Op. 58 No. 4

Brown, Mark

Hinitt, David

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Václav Jan Křtitel Tomášek wrote numerous songs and short piano pieces, genres in which his works predate those of his rather more famous near contemporary Franz Schubert by some years. Quite why they are so neglected today is a mystery as this enthralling new album from Renata Pokupić and Roger Vignoles unfolds twenty-eight songs of a rare appeal. Perhaps we should not be surprised: Tomášek was one of the very few composers of Goethe settings to meet with the great poet’s (relatively) undivided approval.

Goethe warmed to [Tomášek], declaring that his Mignon songs showed true understanding of his poetry…his delightful, often salonesque, piano writing is palpably enjoyed by Roger Vignoles, and Renata Pokupic's winey mezzo, whose slightly accented German and rolled 'r's has an apt flavour and timbre. BBC

While Tomášek had a gift for shapely, oten plaintive melody, in an idiom somewhere between Mozart and Schubert, he never hijacks a poem to create a new musical-dramatic entity, as Schubert famously did…there is much to charm and delight here…[and] the Croatian mezzo Renata Pokupić is a persuasive Tomášek advocate. Gramophone



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