Jugendstil: Songs 1898-1916 | BIS BIS2414

Jugendstil: Songs 1898-1916

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Label: BIS

Cat No: BIS2414

Format: SACD

Number of Discs: 1

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 3rd January 2020

Contents

Artists

Camilla Tilling (soprano)
Paul Rivinius (piano)

Works

Berg, Alban

Fruhe Lieder (Early Songs) (7)

Korngold, Erich Wolfgang

Einfache Lieder (6), op.9
» no.1 Schneeglockchen
» no.3 Das Standchen
» no.4 Liebesbriefchen (A Little Love-Letter)
» no.6 Sommer (Summer)
Lieder (5), op.38
» no.1 Gluckwunsch

Mahler, Gustav

Ruckert-Lieder (5)

Schoenberg, Arnold

Lieder (4), op.2

Zemlinsky, Alexander von

Walzer-Gesange nach toskanischen Volksliedern von Ferdinand Gregorovius, op.6

Artists

Camilla Tilling (soprano)
Paul Rivinius (piano)

About

Vienna around 1900 was a melting-pot in several ways: a city attracting artists from the entire Austro-Hungarian Empire where bohemian writers and musicians rubbed shoulders with aristocrats and establishment figures, and where late-Romanticism co-existed uneasily with the Wiener Moderne aesthetic of the fin-de-siècle. In the visual arts, Jugendstil (or Wiener Secession) was all the rage: its curlicues, floral patterns and fluid lines were seen everywhere – in architecture, interior design and graphic arts. In music, the term is usually associated with composers such as Mahler, Zemlinsky and Korngold, but also early works by Alban Berg and Arnold Schoenberg.

Following on three previous acclaimed recital discs on BIS, Camilla Tilling and Paul Rivinius have devised a programme with songs by these very composers, written between 1898 and 1916. The songs range from the Einfache Lieder by a teenaged Korngold to Zemlinsky’s set of Walzer-Gesänge based on Tuscan folk poems and the much-loved Rückert-Lieder by Mahler. Schoenberg is represented by his Op.2 collection 4 Lieder and his student Berg by the set of Sieben frühe Lieder, from 1905–08.

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