Schubert: Arias & Overtures Daniel Behle
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- Franz Schubert 1797-1828): Die Zauberharfe, D. 644:
- 2Was belebt die schöne Welt?03:18
- 3Ouvertüre zum dritten Akt03:42
- Claudine von Villa Bella, D. 239:
- 4Es erhebt sich eine Stimme03:30
- Die Freunde von Salamanka, D. 326:
- 5Aus Blumen deuten die Damen gern01:48
- 6Es murmeln die Quellen, es leuchtet der Stern01:27
- Adrast, D. 137:
- 7Ein schlafend Kind... In diesem waldumschloss'nen und abgeleg'nen Raum03:58
- 8Meine Seele, die dich liebt02:21
- Lazarus, D. 689:
- 9Wenn ich ihm nachgerungen habe02:56
- Alfonso und Estrella, D. 732:
- 11Schon, wenn es beginnt zu tagen, wird in mir die Sehnsucht wach03:04
- 12Wenn ich dich Holde sehe01:39
- Fierabras, D. 796:
- 13Der Abend sinkt auf stiller Flur03:04
- 14Was quälst du mich, oh Missgeschick!... In tief bewegter Brust05:41
- Das Zauberglöckchen, D. 723:
- 15Der Tag entflieht, der Abend glüht06:38
Info for Schubert: Arias & Overtures
Of all the great composers, Schubert left by far the largest number of uncompleted works: symphonies, piano and chamber music, songs, choral music and operas. Six of the latter are represented on this disc—the early 'Adrast' written around the age of twenty and 'Fierebras' written in 1823, five years before the sudden end of his short life. Schubert made many attempts to achieve success on the Viennese operatic stage but was singularly unlucky in doing so. Consequently none of his operatic music ever entered the repertoire and today it remains the most unknown aspect of his work. Therefore this disc is an assembly of some very rare music indeed, most of which has never before been recorded. Indeed, most of these operas and singspiels have never been professionally staged since they were written. For this recording, German tenor Daniel Behle travelled to Linz/Austria and worked together with the L’Orfeo Baroque Orchestra, conducted by Michi Gaigg. German tenor and composer Daniel Behle is without question one of the leading lyric German tenors of the moment. He made his Royal Opera debut in the 2016/17 Season as Ferrando (Così fan tutte) and was highly-celebrated. Behle is possibly best-known for his adaption of Schubert’s Winterreise for tenor and piano trio, performed in 2015 at the Wigmore Hall and recorded for Sony Classical with Behle and the Oliver Schnyder Trio.
Daniel Behle, tenor
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