Poemes d’un jour: Songs by Faure, Brahms & Schumann | B Records LBM017

Poemes d’un jour: Songs by Faure, Brahms & Schumann

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Label: B Records

Cat No: LBM017

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 15th March 2019

Contents

Works

Brahms, Johannes

Gesange (4), op.70
» no.2 Lerchengesang
Lieder (4), op.43
» no.2 Die Mainacht (Wann der silberne Mond)
Lieder (5), op.71
» no.4 Willst du, dass ich geh?
Lieder (5), op.72
» no.1 Alte Liebe
» no.3 O kuhler Wald
Lieder (5), op.105
» no.4 Auf dem Kirchhofe
Lieder (6), op.86
» no.2 Feldeinsamkeit
Lieder und Gesange (9), op.32
» no.2 Nicht mehr zu dir zu gehen

Faure, Gabriel

Poeme d'un jour, op.21
Songs (3), op.18
» no.3 Automne
Songs (4), op.39
» no.1 Aurore

Schumann, Robert

Gedichte (12), op.35

Artists

Stephane Degout (baritone)
Simon Lepper (piano)

Works

Brahms, Johannes

Gesange (4), op.70
» no.2 Lerchengesang
Lieder (4), op.43
» no.2 Die Mainacht (Wann der silberne Mond)
Lieder (5), op.71
» no.4 Willst du, dass ich geh?
Lieder (5), op.72
» no.1 Alte Liebe
» no.3 O kuhler Wald
Lieder (5), op.105
» no.4 Auf dem Kirchhofe
Lieder (6), op.86
» no.2 Feldeinsamkeit
Lieder und Gesange (9), op.32
» no.2 Nicht mehr zu dir zu gehen

Faure, Gabriel

Poeme d'un jour, op.21
Songs (3), op.18
» no.3 Automne
Songs (4), op.39
» no.1 Aurore

Schumann, Robert

Gedichte (12), op.35

Artists

Stephane Degout (baritone)
Simon Lepper (piano)

About

Short just as love, life, poetry, and a winter concert given at the Théâtre de l’Athénée, this new B Records album proposes a programme of musical miniatures, from Fauré to Schumann and Brahms. An opportunity to hear the baritone Stéphane Degout, one of the best French melodists, and his partner Simon Lepper behind his piano, in a sometimes soft, sometimes stormy, always romantic album.

Reviews

[Stéphane Degout’s] latest recital, ... recorded live in Paris with Simon Lepper at the piano, marks a self-conscious move into new territory, as Fauré gives way to Brahms and Schumann in a carefully crafted programme exploring themes of nostalgia and transience as they edge towards thoughts of mortality. It’s an exceptional disc, in many ways. ... This is very much a partnership of equals who think and feel alike in the way they present each song as a complete emotional statement, and the recording superbly captures the rapport they have both with each other and their audience... this is a great recital, and you need to hear it.  Tim Ashley
Gramophone May 2019
Gramophone Editor's Choice

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