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WWE 1CD 60024
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Holzmair / Lindquist
Wunderhornlieder
01
Jagdlied - F. Mendelsohn 02:54
03
Wassersnot - L. Reichardt 01:26
05
Käuzlein - R. Schumann 02:29
07
Schnitter Tod - J. Brahms 02:34
08
Herr Oluf - J.C.G. Loewe 05:52
10
Der Überläufer - J. Brahms 01:28
12
Für funfzehn Pfennige - R. Strauss 02:28
14
Verlorene Müh - G. Mahler 02:58
16
An einen Boten - W. Kienzl 01:10
18
Abschiedszeichen - A. Knab 02:53
20
Wie Georg von Frundsberg von sich selber sang - A. Schönberg 02:49
22
Das hungernde Kind - F. Schreker 02:34
24
Zum Einschlafen - K. Weigl 01:10
28
Urlicht - J. Suder 03:24
30
Wenn das Kind etwas nicht gern ißt - R. Schollum 01:06
Total Time 01:09:42
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01 Jagdlied 03:05
02 Mein Schatzerl is hübsch 01:35
03 Wassernot 01:37
04 Andres Mailied 02:45
05 Käuzlein 02:40
06 Marienwürmchen 01:57
07 Schnitter Tod 02:21
08 Herr Oluf 06:02
09 Zu Straßburg au der Schanz 02:13
10 Der Überläufer 01:39
11 Knab und Veilchen 01:19
12 Für fünfzehn Pfennige 02:39
13 Fuge 03:13
14 Verlorene Müh 03:08
15 Lob des hohen Verstands 03:09
16 An einen Boten 01:21
17 Weinschröterlied 01:55
18 Abschiedszeichen 03:04
19 Altdeutsches Minnelied 02:19
20 Wie Georg von Frundsberg von sich selber sang 03:00
21 Christkindleins Wiegenlied 04:11
22 Das hungernde Kind 02:44
23 Ach hartes Herz, laß dich doch eins erweichen 02:44
24 Zum Einschlafen 01:21
25 Im Frühling, wenn die Maiglöckchen läuten 01:03
26 Auf dem Grabstein eines Kindes in einem Kirchhof im Odenwald 02:22
27 Das bucklichte Männlein 03:32
28 Urlicht 03:35
29 Schneckenlocken 01:15
30 Wenn das Kind etwas nicht ißt 01:17
“A hopeless mishmash ...
... of all sorts of droll, sulky, dirty and worthless street songs, plus a few musty church songs.” There is probably no comparable collection of texts that triggered discussions of an equally controversial nature during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Of all the musical adaptations based on this book of 723 songs, those by Gustav Mahler are probably the most famous, yet Des Knaben Wunderhorn was an inspiration for many other composers, too.

Wolfgang Holzmair is both a brilliant singer and an expert in discovering associations and interrelations. His intense and masterly performance, skillfully accompanied by Thérèse Lindquist, sheds light on the different interpretations by composers from Mendelssohn to Schumann and Strauss, from Mahler to Zemlinsky and Schoenberg. By putting the musical adaptations inspired by this “worthy folk song book” in context with the relevant composers Holzmair reveals a common thread running through two-hundred years of composition.

Wolfgang Holzmair, baritone
Thérèse Lindquist, piano
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