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Booklet (Size: 204.37 MB) (Files: 49)

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 01 - Seit ich ihn gesehen op. 421 (Chamisso).ape

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 02 - Er, der Herrlichste von allen op. 422 (Chamisso).ape

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 03 - Ich kann's nicht fassen op. 423 (Chamisso).ape

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 05 - Helft mir, ihr Schwestern op. 425 (Chamisso).ape

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 06 - Susser Freund op. 426 (Chamisso).ape

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 07 - An meinem Herzen op. 427 (Chamisso).ape

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 08 - Nun hast du mir den ersten Schmerz getan op. 428 (Chamisso).ape

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 09 - Mignon op. 7929 (Goethe).ape

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 10 - Der Nussbaum op. 253 (Mosen).ape

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 11 - Auftrage op. 775 (L'Egru).ape

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 12 - Die Lotosblume op. 257 (Heine).ape

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 13 - Ständchen op. 362 (Reinick).ape

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 14 - Nachtlied op. 961 (Goethe).ape

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 15 - Der Sandmann op. 7913 (Kletke).ape

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 16 - Das verlassne Magdlein op. 642 (Morike).ape

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 17 - Die Kartenlegerin op. 312 (Chamisso nach Beranger).ape

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 18 - Lied eines Schmiedes op. 901 (Lenau).ape

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 19 - Meine Rose op. 902 (Lenau).ape

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 20 - Kommen und Scheiden op. 903 (Lenau).ape

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 21 - Die Sennin op. 904 (Lenau).ape

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 22 - Einsamkeit op. 905 (Lenau).ape

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 23 - Der schwere Abend op. 906 (Lenau).ape

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 24 - Requiem op. 907 (Lenau).ape

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Bernarda Fink - Schumann (Frauenliebe und -leben / Lenau-Lieder)


Bernarda Fink   Schumann (Frauenliebe und  leben  Lenau Lieder) preview 0

Bernarda Fink   Schumann (Frauenliebe und  leben  Lenau Lieder) preview 1


Tracklist:
1. Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42: Seit ich ihn gesehen
2. Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42: Er, der Herrlichste von allen
3. Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42: Ich kann's nicht fassen
4. Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42: Du Ring an meinem Finger
5. Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42: Helft mir, ihr Schwestern
6. Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42: Süßer Freund
7. Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42: An meinem Herzen
8. Frauenliebe und -leben, Op. 42: Nun hast du mir den ersten Schmerz getan
9. Mignon op.79/29
10. Der Nussbaum op.25/3
11. Aufträge op.77/5
12. Die Lotosblume op.25/7
13. Ständchen op.36/2
14. Nachtlied op.96/1 2:14
15. Der Sandmann op.79/13
16. Das verlaßne Mägdlein op.64/2
17. Die Kartenlegerin op.31/2
18. Lieder, Op. 90: 1. Lied eines Schmiedes
19. Lieder, Op. 90: 2. Meine Rose
20. Lieder, Op. 90: 3. Kommen und Scheiden
21. Lieder, Op. 90: 4. Die Sennin
22. Lieder, Op. 90: 5. Einsamkeit
23. Lieder, Op. 90: 6. Der schwere Abend
24. Lieder, Op. 90: 7. Requiem

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Bernarda Fink is a rare phenomenon on the current musical scene. Nobody ever called her "a hot property of classical music", she was never "the real thing", "singing sensation" or "the new darling of the industry" - and thank God for that. She maintained a low profile through many years of a very distinguished career and became a real favorite with connoisseurs. I wouldn't hesitate to call her a golden age singer and there are only very, very few who deserve this title today. In a way, it is refreshing to see that the classical music industry didn't get hold of her and of a few other magnificent singers (Isokoski, Podles, Karneus to give examples of female singers only, for here the industry is at its most damaging); on the other hand it inspires a bitter reflection: where is the industry going? what is wrong with these exquisite artists that it takes so long for big record companies to record them, but it is enough for pretty but inexperienced young singers just to turn up and get exclusive contracts with the giants? It is just beyond my comprehension why we are to get excited about singers in the making, about whom most of what can be said now is the promise of "great things to come" (as critics and record companies' PRs stubbornly try to convince us) while so much is going on right now and from singers who are in their prime. And in Fink's case what a prime it is! It's true that she certainly hasn't been neglected by record companies (she has an impressive collection of recordings to her name, most of which can be called events, often thanks to her contribution alone) but it is surprising that she has had to wait so many years to produce her first solo recital. Happily things are changing now and her collaboration with Hyperion brings another solo disc, an album of Argentinian songs, which should be an event too.

As for the present disc, it contains the most wonderful Lieder recital I've heard in years. It comes from a mature and experienced singer, which is a blessing after a series of recent recitals recorded by singers much too young (Lieder singing became a kind of fashion, a noble fashion to be sure, but often leaving me in doubt as to the sincerity of the involvement of some performers). Fink's artistry is stupendous! She approaches these songs humbly, with an almost self-effacing modesty and yet with extraordinary individuality. This is true greatness! The timbre of Fink's unique voice, with its noble ring, gives this recital a very special flavor. It is the same quality that makes her singing in oratorio so deeply touching and her operatic creations truly aristocratic. Yet this voice can also sound playful - as Fink proved in Mozart's "Cosi fan tutte" under Rene Jacobs - and it is rewarding to find this playful side of her singing so well represented on this disc ("Der Sandmann", for example).
There is little sense in comparing this recital with other recent or older recordings of Schumann Lieder or even analyzing it song by song (though I can't help not mentioning the marvellous, breathtakingly 'breathless' "Nachtlied", just to give one example of Fink's artistry). Fink gives us something unique and very much her own while still obeying all the rules of Lieder singing. Thanks should go to Harmonia Mundi, one of the very few record companies who haven't stopped producing little wonders without much regard for current marketing trends. My only complaint concerns the packaging, the now almost ubiquitous digipak. I can't hide my impatience with this new packaging practice though I have to admit that the quality of HM's digipaks is far superior to other record companies'. Still, why is the booklet permanently glued inside the cardboard case, making it difficult to follow the texts? There is an even more serious problem with the booklet that makes it quite useless for following the texts: it contains misprints, inexcusable errors and omissions, so those who don't know the poems by heart or don't read German should use some other printed source. Happily Fink's crystalline diction makes the texts beautifully clear for those who choose just to listen to her. Still, it's a shame that this wonderful disc is accompanied by such a messy booklet, but this is not the first nor the last victim of sloppy editing. And all this in the age of computers that were supposed to make our lives easier and better... If anything makes our lives better, if not necessarily easier, it is a recital like this one. In a flood of mediocrity, miracles still happen



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