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At the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the lied increasingly took on orchestral garb. The boundary with opera became almost impalpable. That is what Samuel Hasselhorn and Lukasz Borowicz demonstrate here, in a splendid program mingling smiles and disillusionment, where some of the most characteristic orchestral lieder and operatic arias of this Austro-German 'fin de siècle' era blend perfectly together.
At the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the lied increasingly took on orchestral garb. The boundary with opera became almost impalpable. That is what Samuel Hasselhorn and Lukasz Borowicz demonstrate here, in a splendid program mingling smiles and disillusionment, where some of the most characteristic orchestral lieder and operatic arias of this Austro-German 'fin de siècle' era blend perfectly together.
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Urlicht Songs Of Death & Resurrection
Artist: Samuel Hasselhorn / Poznan Philharmonic
Format: CD
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1. Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn: Revelge
2. Humperdinck: Königskinder, Act III Finale: Verdorben! Gestorben! (Fiddler's aria)
3. Korngold: Die tote Stadt, Op. 12: Mein Sehnen, mein Wähnen (Pierrot's Tanzlied)
4. Mahler: Rückert Lieder: Um Mitternacht
5. Pfitzner: Herr Oluf, Op. 12
6. Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn: Urlicht
7. Zemlinsky: Zwei Gesänge: Der alte Garten
8. Braunfels: Auf ein Soldatengrab, Op. 26
9. Berg: Wozzeck, Act III Scene 2: Dort links geht's in die Stadt (Wozzeck and Marie's duo)
10. Mahler: Rückert Lieder: Ich bin der Welt abhanden gekommen

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At the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the lied increasingly took on orchestral garb. The boundary with opera became almost impalpable. That is what Samuel Hasselhorn and Lukasz Borowicz demonstrate here, in a splendid program mingling smiles and disillusionment, where some of the most characteristic orchestral lieder and operatic arias of this Austro-German 'fin de siècle' era blend perfectly together.
        
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