Beethoven - Adelaide; Schumann - Dichterliebe; Britten - Who are these children
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Label: Bel Air Music
Cat No: BAM2072
Number of Discs: 1
Release Date: 6th September 2019
Who are these Children?, op.84
ArtistsAndrew Goodwin (tenor)
Mira Yevtich (piano)
Adelaide, op.46 is a song for solo voice and piano, which Beethoven composed around a Romantic poem by Friedrich von Matthisson. An early composition, Beethoven was only in his mid-twenties and had only just completed his studies with Joseph Haydn.
Dichterliebe (A Poet’s Love) is the best-known song cycle of Robert Schumann. The texts for the 16 songs come from the Lyrisches Intermezzo of Heinrich Heine, written between 1822 and 1823 and published as part of the poet’s Das Buch der Lieder.
Who Are These Children? is a song cycle for tenor and piano composed by Benjamin Britten. Consisting of settings of 12 poems by the Scottish poet William Soutar, it was composed to mark the 700th ‘National Galleries of Scotland’ Concert. The first performance was in Edinburgh in 1971 and featured tenor Peter Pears with the composer.
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