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Robert Schumann - Der Rose Pilgerfahrt (2005)

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Robert Schumann - Der Rose Pilgerfahrt (2005)


[1]  Die Frühlingslüfte bringen (S1, S2, A2)                           2'30 
[2]  Johannis war gekommen (T)                                         1'32 
[3]  Elfenreigen: Wir tanzen, wir tanzen (Chor der Elfen)              1'11 
[4]  Und wie sie sangen (T, Rose, Fürstin der Elfen, Chor der Elfen)   4'34 
[5]  So sangen sie (T, Rose)                                           2'56 
[6]  Bin ein armes Waisenkind (Rose, Marthe)                           1'03 
[7]  Es war der Rose erster Schmerz! (T, Rose, Totengräber)            3'29 
[8]  Wie Blätter am Baum (A, Chor, Rose, Totengräber)                  3'55 
[9]  Die letzte Scholl' hinunterrollt (T, Totengräber, Rose)           4'40 
[10] Gebet: Dank, Herr, dir dort im Sternenland (Rose, Chor der Elfen) 3'16 


[11] Ins Haus des Totengräbers (T, Rose, Totengräber)                  2'18 
[12] Zwischen grünen Bäumen (S2, Al)                                   0'43 
[13] Von dem Greis geleitet (T, Totengräber, Rose, Müller, Müllerin)   2'10 
[14] Bald hat das neue Töchterlein (T)                                 1'54 
[15] Bist du im Wald gewandelt (Chor)                                  3'00 
[16] Im Wald, gelehnt am Stamme (A)                                    1'38 
[17] Der Abendschlummer (S1, A1, T, Rose)                              3'51 
[18] O sel'ge Zeit (Chor)                                              2'46 
[19] Wer kommt am Sonntagsmorgen (B)                                   1'15 
[20] Ei Mühle, liebe Mühle (S2, A1)                                    1'47 
[21] Was klingen denn die Hörner (Chor, S1)                            2'05 
[22] Im Hause des Müllers (Chor)                                       2'35 
[23] Und wie ein Jahr verronnen ist (T, Rose)                          4'45 
[24] Röslein! (Engelstimmen)                                           2'21 

TOTALE                                                                62'27

Rose                           Christiane Oelze, soprano
Fürsten der Elfen, Marthe      Birgit Remmert, alto
Müllerin, alto solo (A)
Ténor solo (T)                 Werner Güra, ténor
Totengräber, basse solo (B)    Hanno Müller-Brachmann, basse
Müller                         Klaus Thiem, baryton
Sopranos                       Inčs Villanueva (S1), Dagmar Wietschorke (S2)
Altos                          Ulrike Andersen (A1), Ulrike Bartsch (A2)

Philip Mayers, pianoforte Streicher c.1850, collection Edwin Beunk 

RIAS-Kammerchor                Direction Marcus Creed 

Enregistrement Mai 1998, Christuskirche, Berlin-Oberschöneweide


Robert Schumann's choral works are rarely performed and recorded, but here Harmonia Mundi offers a second recording in less than a year (the first was Philippe Herreweghe's recording of Szenen aus Goethes Faust') to rectify that situation. 'Der Rose Pilgerfahrt' was written in 1851, Schumann's first major work since moving to Düsseldorf the year before and assuming responsibility for some choral-orchestral portions of the Niederrheinisches Musikfest.

As the oratorio stood at the time, 'Der Rose Pilgerfahrt' is somewhat of an anti-oratorio. For the two preceding centuries the oratorio had primarily been a biblical drama, with rollicking choruses and set-pieces for the soloists. Schumann's oratorio here has a tighter dramatic flow, with the soloists integrated more into the fabric of the work. Gone is the stop-start, aria/chorus alternation of the traditional oratorio. Marcus Creed and the RIAS-Kammerchor capture the intimacy of this work, which was premiered in the music room of Schumann's Düsseldorf townhouse with his wife Clara at the piano. The singing is excellent throughout, and Philip Mayers' fortepiano accompaniment enhances the performance nicely. ---arkivmusic.com

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