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Pilar Lorengar: Berlin, 1959-1962

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Label: Audite

Cat No: AUDITE21420

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 3

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 30th June 2014

Contents

Works

Anonymous

Tres morcias m'enamoran

Behrend, Siegfried

Old Spanish Folk Songs (9)

Bellini, Vincenzo

Dolente immagine di Fille mia
Norma
» Casta diva

Bermudo, Juan

Mira nero de Tarpeya

Daza, Esteban

Enfermo estaba antioco

Granados, Enrique

Goyescas
» La maja y el ruisenor
Tonadillas (12) en estilo antiguo
» no.3 El mayo discreto
» no.7 El tra-la-la y el punteado
» no.8 El mirar de la maja

Guridi, Jesus

Canciones Castellanas (6)
» no.4 No quiero tus avellanas
» no.5 Como quieras que adivine
» no.6 Mananita de San Juan

Handel, George Frideric

Cantata HWV140 'No se emendara jamas' (Spanish Cantata)
Giulio Cesare, HWV17
» Piangero la sorte mia

Leoz, Jesus Garcia

Triptico de Canciones

Milan, Luys

Durandarte

Milarte, Jacobus de

A la sombra de mis cabellos

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Das Kinderspiel, K598
Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute), K620
» Ach, ich fuhl's, es ist verschwunden (Act 2)
Die Zufriedenheit, K349
Don Giovanni, K527
» Crudele!-Ah no, mio bene!
Komm, liebe Zither, K351
Ridente la calma, K152

Mudarra, Alonso

Triste estaba el rey David

Narvaez, Luys de

Con que la lavare

Nin, Joaquin

Cantos populares espanoles (20) (Popular Spanish songs)
» no.14 Asturiana
» no.15 Pano murciano

Pisador, Diego

Guarte el rey Don Sancho
La manana de San Juan

Puccini, Giacomo

La Boheme
» Si. Mi chiamano Mimi (Act 1)
Madama Butterfly
» Un bel di vedremo (Act 2)
Turandot
» Signore, ascolta (Act 1)

Rodrigo, Joaquin

Madrigales amatorios (4)

Scarlatti, Alessandro

Il Pirro e Demetrio
» Le violette

Toldra, Eduardo

Canciones (6)
» no.2 Madre, unos ojuelos
» no.5 Cantarcillo
» no.6 Despues que te conoci

Valderrabano, Enriquez de

Ay, de mi

Vasquez, Juan

De los alamos vengo, madre

Verdi, Giuseppe

Ernani
» Ernani, involami
La Traviata
» E strano! E strano! (Act 1)
Romanze (6), 1838
» no.5 Perduta ho la pace
Romanze (6), 1845
» no.2 La zingara
» no.3 Ad una stella
» no.4 Lo spazzacamino
Stornello

Artists

Pilar Lorengar (soprano)
Richard Klemm (viola da gamba)
Siegfried Behrend (guitar)
Hertha Klust (piano)
RIAS-Kammerchor
RIAS-Orchester
Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductors

Arthur Rother
Ferdinand Liva
Fried Walter

Works

Anonymous

Tres morcias m'enamoran

Behrend, Siegfried

Old Spanish Folk Songs (9)

Bellini, Vincenzo

Dolente immagine di Fille mia
Norma
» Casta diva

Bermudo, Juan

Mira nero de Tarpeya

Daza, Esteban

Enfermo estaba antioco

Granados, Enrique

Goyescas
» La maja y el ruisenor
Tonadillas (12) en estilo antiguo
» no.3 El mayo discreto
» no.7 El tra-la-la y el punteado
» no.8 El mirar de la maja

Guridi, Jesus

Canciones Castellanas (6)
» no.4 No quiero tus avellanas
» no.5 Como quieras que adivine
» no.6 Mananita de San Juan

Handel, George Frideric

Cantata HWV140 'No se emendara jamas' (Spanish Cantata)
Giulio Cesare, HWV17
» Piangero la sorte mia

Leoz, Jesus Garcia

Triptico de Canciones

Milan, Luys

Durandarte

Milarte, Jacobus de

A la sombra de mis cabellos

Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus

Das Kinderspiel, K598
Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute), K620
» Ach, ich fuhl's, es ist verschwunden (Act 2)
Die Zufriedenheit, K349
Don Giovanni, K527
» Crudele!-Ah no, mio bene!
Komm, liebe Zither, K351
Ridente la calma, K152

Mudarra, Alonso

Triste estaba el rey David

Narvaez, Luys de

Con que la lavare

Nin, Joaquin

Cantos populares espanoles (20) (Popular Spanish songs)
» no.14 Asturiana
» no.15 Pano murciano

Pisador, Diego

Guarte el rey Don Sancho
La manana de San Juan

Puccini, Giacomo

La Boheme
» Si. Mi chiamano Mimi (Act 1)
Madama Butterfly
» Un bel di vedremo (Act 2)
Turandot
» Signore, ascolta (Act 1)

Rodrigo, Joaquin

Madrigales amatorios (4)

Scarlatti, Alessandro

Il Pirro e Demetrio
» Le violette

Toldra, Eduardo

Canciones (6)
» no.2 Madre, unos ojuelos
» no.5 Cantarcillo
» no.6 Despues que te conoci

Valderrabano, Enriquez de

Ay, de mi

Vasquez, Juan

De los alamos vengo, madre

Verdi, Giuseppe

Ernani
» Ernani, involami
La Traviata
» E strano! E strano! (Act 1)
Romanze (6), 1838
» no.5 Perduta ho la pace
Romanze (6), 1845
» no.2 La zingara
» no.3 Ad una stella
» no.4 Lo spazzacamino
Stornello

Artists

Pilar Lorengar (soprano)
Richard Klemm (viola da gamba)
Siegfried Behrend (guitar)
Hertha Klust (piano)
RIAS-Kammerchor
RIAS-Orchester
Radio-Symphonie-Orchester Berlin
Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductors

Arthur Rother
Ferdinand Liva
Fried Walter

About

Pilar Lorengar [1928-1996], the Spanish singer whose adopted home city was Berlin, especially owed her worldwide but unobtrusive fame to the operatic stage. She had one of the most beautiful voices heard in the post-war years: creamy-toned and perfectly placed, her voice remained firm and youthful in timbre for more than 30 years.

She was famous for a repertoire ranging from the youthful heroines of Mozart, the youthful dramatic heroines of Verdi and Puccini to tragic girlish figures such as Tchaikovsky‘s Tatiana and Janácek‘s Jenufa.

These three CDs of arias and Lieder contain sound documents from the singer‘s early Berlin years, in studio and live recordings made between 1959 and 1962.

Audite present Lorengar from unusual perspectives, both in the field of opera and in the Lieder - for example, she is not heard here in her established Mozart role of Donna Elvira, but as Donna Anna. In addition, she can be heard singing repertoire that was unusual for her: the prayer "Casta Diva" from Bellini‘s Norma, "Piangerò la sorte mia“ from Handel‘s Cleopatra and a Handel cantata; an aria from a Scarlatti opera; Elvira's aria "Ernani, involiami" from the eponymous early Verdi opera and the role of Rosario from the opera 'Goyescas' by Granados. The Mozart singer also reveals herself here to be an agreeable Lied singer.

The remaining two thirds of this anthology pays homage to the musical traditions of her homeland. As a young schoolgirl in Madrid, she acquired extensive experience in the music cafes and the zarzuela theatre. In the present release, she unfolds a panorama of Spanish music history extending over five centuries, ranging from the vocal art of the 16th-century vihuelistas to the folklore collections and adaptations of Federico García Lorca.

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