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Elisabeth Schwarzkopf & Edwin Fischer - Schubert: Song Recital (2013) [Hi-Res]

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Elisabeth Schwarzkopf & Edwin Fischer - Schubert: Song Recital (2013) [Hi-Res]
Artist: Elisabeth Schwarzkopf & Edwin Fischer
Title Of Album: Schubert: Song Recital
Year Of Release: 1953 / 2013
Label: Warner Classics / EMI
Country: Germany & Switzerland
Genre: Classical
Quality: FLAC (*tracks)
Bitrate: Lossless [96kHz/24bit]
Time: 42:49 min
Full Size: 405 MB







Tracklist:

01 An die Musik D.547 02:43
02 Im Fruhling D.882 04:32
03 Wehmut D.772 03:02
04 Ganymed D.544 04:52
05 Das Lied im Grunen D.917 04:34
06 Gretchen am Spinnrade D.118 03:29
07 Nahe des Geliebten D.162 03:19
08 Die Junge Nonne D.828 04:52
09 An Silvia D.891 03:07
10 Auf dem Wasser zu singen D.774 03:19
11 Nachtviolen D.752 02:52
12 Der Musensohn D.764 02:07

This compilation of 12 Lieder and Six Moments Musicaux performed by soprano Elisabeth Schwarzkopf and pianist Edwin Fischer is old-fashioned in every sense of the word. Recorded in 1950 and 1952, the sound is old-fashioned: clear but distant, heard across all the intervening decades as if through a dark glass. But, more significantly, the performances are old-fashioned. The slight but sweet quiver in Schwarzkopf's voice was typical of its time but unlike anything any contemporary soprano would attempt. In the An die Musik, she flirts with preciousness. In Im Fruhling, she comes close to coyness. In Ganymed, she touches on parody. In Gretchen am Spinnrade, she almost but not quite distorts the music with her breathless delivery. And in every performance, Schwarzkopf seems fond of Schubert but not unreservedly fond, as if Schubert's songs needed special pleading to make them succeed, a truly old-fashioned approach compared to the unreservedly affectionate performances of contemporary singers. Similarly, Edwin Fischer's playing is equally old-fashioned, albeit in an entirely different way. Fischer obviously loves Schubert's music and his playing is warm-hearted and true. Unfortunately, Fischer's playing is technically old-fashioned. He drops notes, slurs lines, fudges arpeggios, and smudges rhythms in a manner that no contemporary pianist would dare let stand in a recording. Whether this approach works depends on the listener. Older listeners full of nostalgia for a time long since past will no doubt love it. Younger listeners with no tolerance for sentimentality may have trouble accepting it. -- James Leonard



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