Where Corals Lie: Song Cycles by Elgar, Mahler & Wagner
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Cat No: KTC1639
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 18th January 2019
WorksSea Pictures, op.37
Wesendonck-Lieder (5), WWV91
ArtistsRuth Willemse (mezzo-soprano)
Vital Stahievitch (piano)
This connection is present in different forms in Elgar’s Sea Pictures, Mahler’s Rückert-Lieder and Wagner’s Wesendonck-Lieder.
Mezzo-soprano Ruth Willemse and pianist Vital Stahievitch have been working together since 2005, following masterclasses from Ed Spanjaard, Rudolf Jansen and Julius Drake. They perform regularly as a duo, in a variety of works from the song repertoire.
This new debut recording promising young Dutch mezzo Ruth Willemse features Edward Elgar - Sea Pictures, Gustav Mahler - Rückert Lieder and Richard Wagner’s Wesendonck Lieder. Ruth Willemse says of this recording: “The songs of Elgar, Mahler and Wagner expose these fears,but in the end they also bring hope and consolation. Nature seems at times to be a reflection of our human inner world. Something similar happens in the music, where the emotional connection with this interior world is extremely direct.”
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