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Wachsfigurenkabinett

Wachsfigurenkabinett

Fünf kleine Opern


  • Édition: CD, 88-page booklet
24,50 €  *
TVA incl. Weight: 0.18 kg

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Description
ECHO Klassik 2002 within the category "World Premiere Recording of the Year"!

Hartmann's five one-act operas, which had their first première (for which we have to thank Hans Werner Henze) 58 (!) years after their composition, are interesting not only as documents of the musical life of the late twenties in Munich, but also as information about the early work of an artist who is known in the history of twentieth-century music not as a composer for the theater but rather as a composer of symphonies. These one-act operas are documents of their time especially in their use of texts that criticize and satirize their society, that capture distinct situations from life in a spotlight, and that typify the characters so that the ensemble of the acts does seem like a wax museum - that is, the pieces depict people who do not develop (hence, wax figures) in a way that establishes distance, tends toward the comic, and is a little didactic. - This CD is a great rarity.

Claudia Barainsky: soprano (Großfürstin) / Michelle Breedt: mezzo-soprano (Magd) / Tom Harper: tenor (Felix) / Michael Kraus: baritone (Rasputin) / Reinhart Ginzel: tenor (Chor der Verschwörer) / Egbert Junghanns: baritone (Chor...) / Christian Müller-Berg: tenor (Chor...) / Ingo Jander: tenor (Chor...) / Reinhard Gröschel: bass (Chor...) / Frank Schwemmer: bass (Chor...) / Nadja-Martina Schulz: speaking part (Frau) / Christian Gaul: speaking part (Herr) / Rainer Clute: speaking direction / Members of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin / Frank Maus: piano / Jonathan Alder and Kevin McCutcheon: piano, harmonium / Roger Epple: conductor
Détails
Contenu du texte: Leben und Sterben des heiligen Teufels
Der Mann, der vom Tode auferstand
Chaplin-Ford-Trott
Führwahr ...?!
Die Witwe von Ephesus
Durée de la performance: 74' 40"
EAN: 4010228664027
Maison d'édition: Wergo
Séries: WERGO - Music of Our Time
Récompenses
13 oct. 2002
Echo Klassik 2002

World Premiere Recording of the Year

ECHO Klassik 2002 within the category "World Premiere Recording of the Year"!

Hartmann's five one-act operas, which had their first première (for which we have to thank Hans Werner Henze) 58 (!) years after their composition, are interesting not only as documents of the musical life of the late twenties in Munich, but also as information about the early work of an artist who is known in the history of twentieth-century music not as a composer for the theater but rather as a composer of symphonies. These one-act operas are documents of their time especially in their use of texts that criticize and satirize their society, that capture distinct situations from life in a spotlight, and that typify the characters so that the ensemble of the acts does seem like a wax museum - that is, the pieces depict people who do not develop (hence, wax figures) in a way that establishes distance, tends toward the comic, and is a little didactic. - This CD is a great rarity.

Claudia Barainsky: soprano (Großfürstin) / Michelle Breedt: mezzo-soprano (Magd) / Tom Harper: tenor (Felix) / Michael Kraus: baritone (Rasputin) / Reinhart Ginzel: tenor (Chor der Verschwörer) / Egbert Junghanns: baritone (Chor...) / Christian Müller-Berg: tenor (Chor...) / Ingo Jander: tenor (Chor...) / Reinhard Gröschel: bass (Chor...) / Frank Schwemmer: bass (Chor...) / Nadja-Martina Schulz: speaking part (Frau) / Christian Gaul: speaking part (Herr) / Rainer Clute: speaking direction / Members of the Deutsches Symphonie-Orchester Berlin / Frank Maus: piano / Jonathan Alder and Kevin McCutcheon: piano, harmonium / Roger Epple: conductor
Contenu du texte: Leben und Sterben des heiligen Teufels
Der Mann, der vom Tode auferstand
Chaplin-Ford-Trott
Führwahr ...?!
Die Witwe von Ephesus
Durée de la performance: 74' 40"
EAN: 4010228664027
Maison d'édition: Wergo
Séries: WERGO - Music of Our Time
13 oct. 2002
Echo Klassik 2002

World Premiere Recording of the Year