BBC Music Magazine Choral & Song Choice

  • CC72645 Katalognummer
  • 608917264524 EAN
  • SACD Format
  • 2014 Utgivelsesĺr

BBC Music Magazine Choral & Song Choice
Les mer

Artist
Prégardien, Christoph | Prégardien, Julian

Medvirkende
Gees, Michael | Waga, Fabienne | Messner, Patricia

Komponist
Zilcher, Hermann Karl Josef | Silcher, Friedrich | Schumann, Robert | Schubert, Franz | Brahms, Johannes

Plateselskap
Challenge Classics

Verk

Christoph & Julian Prégardien - Father & Son:

Brahms, Johannes:
Die Sonne scheint nicht mehr (No. 5 from Deutsche Volkslieder, WoO 33)
Erlaube mir, fein's Mädchen (No. 2 from Deutsche Volkslieder WoO 33)
Da unten im Tale (No. 6 from Deutsche Volkslieder, WoO 33)
In stiller Nacht (No. 42 from Deutsche Volkslieder, WoO 33)

Schubert, Franz:
Erlkönig, D328
Wandrers Nachtlied II 'Über allen Gipfeln ist Ruh', D768
Zum Rundetanz, D983b
Die Nacht, D983c
Im Abendrot, D799
Des Fischers Liebesgluck, D933 (Leitner)
Auf dem Wasser zu singen, D774
Der Zwerg, D771 (Collin)
Meeres Stille, D216, Op. 3 No. 2 (Goethe)
Widerspruch D865 (Seidl)
Licht und Liebe D352 (Collin)
Nacht und Träume, D827

Schumann, Robert:
Nachtlied, Op. 96 No. 1
Weisst du, wieviel Sternlein stehen
O du stille Zeit

Silcher, Friedrich:
Frisch gesungen
Ännchen von Tharau
O wie herbe ist das Scheiden
Loreley

Zilcher, Hermann Karl Josef:
Fruehlingsstrophe
Der betrunkene Sternseher
Ein Traum ist unser Leben
Ueber allen Gipfeln ist Ruh
Guter Rat

 

Produktbeskrivelse

‘Father and Son’ is an exciting project that features the great tenor and lieder specialist Christoph Prégardien and his son Julian performing arrangements for two voices and piano of songs by Franz Schubert, Robert Schumann, Friedrich Silcher, and Johannes Brahms.

The featured pianist is a regular accompanist of Christoph Prégardien, Michael Gees. This Hybrid SACD also includes five songs by the early 20th century German composer Herrman Zilcher written specifically for two tenors, in this case accompanied by a pair of harmonica players. Based on the reminiscences of Franz Schubert’s life noted down by Moritz von Schwind, it is possible to imagine that Schubert the composer may have sometimes intended the use of two voices with the same range to perform his songs either singing alternatively or in unison. This semi-improvisational approach did not find its way into the published works and has been largely forgotten, but it forms the basis of this ground-breaking album featuring the father and son combination of Christoph and Julian Prégardien. Alongside the twelve Schubert lieder presented here, the Prégardiens have chosen a selection of songs by Robert Schumann and a contemporary of his, Friedrich Silcher, as well as four works by Brahms, and these have all been arranged for two voices by the artists along similar lines. Also included are five lieder for two tenors and two harmonicas by the 20th century composer Herrmann Zilcher.

The renowned lieder tenor Christoph Prégardien has made several recordings for Challenge Classics including Schubert’s “Die Schone Mullerin” with Michael Gees (CC72292), a Gramophone “Editor’s Choice”. In 2013 Prégardien and Gees released a critically acclaimed recording of Schubert’s Winterreise (CC72596).

“a real treasure...What makes this anthology so enriching is the skill of their arrangements...The two tenors of father and son - shared DNA, complementary tints and timbres - blend with grace and glee. The Zilcher duets for two voices and two harmonicas have to be heard to be believed.” BBC Music Magazine * * * * *

“Both tenors display family traits of appealing mellifluousness and impeccable musicality. Together they communicate a sense of something homely, of improvisation and of singing for pure enjoyment...Gees, himself responsible for some of the arrangements, contributes excellent accompaniment throughout.” Gramophone

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