Franz Schubert (1797–1828) 6 Songs
Urtext arranged by Johannes Brahms edited by Peter Jost [vce,orch]
solo: mid vce – 22.214.171.124(dble bsn). – 126.96.36.199. – timp – str
The orchestrations of these six Schubert Lieder are occasional works in the best sense of the term. With one exception, Brahms wrote them at the suggestion of his friend, the baritone Julius Stockhausen.
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Some of the songs were published in 1933 and 1937, in editions that are hard to come by today and not too reliable as well. Two of the pieces are published here for the first time ever, Greisengesang and the first version of Ellens zweiter Gesang.
|An Schwager Kronos D 369||(Goethe, J. W. von)|
|Memnon D 541||(Mayrhofer, Johann)|
|Gruppe aus dem Tartarus D 583||(Schiller, Friedrich)|
|Geheimes D 719||(Goethe, J. W. von)|
|Greisengesang D 778||(Rückert, Friedrich)|
|Ellens Zweiter Gesang D 838 (First Version)||(Sir Walter Scott (dt/ger: Adam Storck))|