Bayern / Broberg / Schwarz: Aus Leuchtender Romantik

SKU: 39382405

Bayern / Broberg / Schwarz: Aus Leuchtender Romantik

SKU: 39382405

Format: CD

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Title: Aus Leuchtender Romantik
Artist: Bayern / Broberg / Schwarz
Label: Thorofon
UPC: 4003913126566
Genre: Classical Artists

This release features songs and chamber music by Late Romantic Composers. The Austrian composer, cellist and pianist Casimir von Pászthory (1886-1966), born in Budapest, lived for decades in Vienna. His songs on poems by Rainer Maria Rilke and Hermann Hesse, which are presented here, testify to the composer's sense of literary quality. He provides the singer with unobtrusive piano accompaniment, great creative freedom and leaves the vocal declamation close to the linguistic style of the templates. Born in Linz, the Jewish composer Arnold Winternitz (1874-1928) originally belonged to the circle around Arnold Schönberg, whose path to atonality he nevertheless did not go along with. Winternitz develops a very unique tongue strike in the 1919 song sequence "Japanese Spring." The haiku-like brevity of the Japanese texts must have particularly addressed Winternitz. Other pieces featured on this album include works by Ludwig Ferdinand von Bayern and Casimir von Paszthory.


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