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Gustav Mahler - Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Blumine, Kindertotenlieder / Klara Takacs, Ivan Fischer, Gyorgy Lehel / Hungaroton Audio CD 1985 Stereo / HCD 12730-2

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Gustav Mahler - Lieder Eines Fahrenden Gesellen, Blumine, Kindertotenlieder / Klara Takacs, Ivan Fischer, Gyorgy Lehel / Hungaroton Audio CD 1985 Stereo

HCD127302

ASIN:  B003XWYIFU

 

Product Details: 

Label: Hungaroton - HCD 12730-2
Format: CD, Album
Country: Hungary
Released: 1985

 

 

Tracklist:

I. LIEDER EINES FAHRENDEN GESELLEN / SONGS OF A WAYFARER
Words by the composer after Clemens Brentano and Achim von Arnim: Des Knaben Wunderhorn 1
1.  I.  Wenn mein Schatz Hochzeit macht   3:47
2.  II. Ging heut’ morgen über's Feld   3:58
3.  III. Ich hab’ ein glühend Messer   3:16
4.  IV.  Die zwei blauen Augen   5:44

II. “BLUMINE” — Symphonic movement   6:46
Originally the 2nd movement to the Budapest version of Symphony No. 1

III. KINDERTOTENLIEDER / SONGS ON THE DEATH OF INFANTS
To poems by Friedrich Rückert
6.  I.  Nun will die Sonn’ so hell aufgeh'n!   5:44
7.  Il. Nun seh’ ich wohl, warum so dunkie Flammen   4:53
8.  III. Wenn dein Mütterlein    4:40
9.  IV.  Oft denk’ ich, sie sind nur ausgegangen!   2:54
10. V.  In diesem Wetter   6:53

 

 

About Klara Takacs:

Takács Klára (Lengyeltóti, 1945. április 24. – 2017. január 21.) Kossuth-díjas magyar operaénekesnő, mezzoszoprán. Zeneművészeti Főiskola ének-opera szakán szerzett diplomát 1973-ban. Gluck Orfeusz és Euridiké című operájának a címszerepében mutatkozott be az Operaházban, ahol 1973 és 1989 között az egyik vezető mezzoszoprán énekes volt. Vendégszerepelt Európa több híres operaházában, az Egyesült Államokban, Japánban és Argentínában. A világ 45 városában lépett fel, többek között a New York-i Metropolitanben és Carnegie Hall-ban, a bécsi Staatsoperben, a velencei La Fenice-ben illetve a Salzburgi Ünnepi Játékokon. Opera, oratórium- és dallemezei közül nyolcat nemzetközi nagydíjjal jutalmaztak. Az 1982-ben megjelent Mahler Gyermekgyászdalok című lemezét a Francia Akadémia előadói nagydíjjal ismert el.

 

 

About the Conductors:

Lehel György (Budapest, 1926. február 10. – Budapest, 1989. szeptember 25.) is a Hungarian conductor

Hungarian conductors dominated the international scene in the middle two decades of the twentieth century; one of the few significant conductors to remain behind in Hungary (along with Janos Ferencsik) was György Lehel. He eventually became known through limited tours in the late '60s and 1970s with the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, that city's radio orchestra, but most listeners are familiar with his work mainly through his many recordings for the Hungaroton label, including substantial contributions to the complete Bartók edition.

Born in Budapest, Lehel studied privately with Pál Kadosa in composition and Lázló Somogyi in conducting, and also attended the Budapest Academy of Music. He made his conducting debut in 1946, and in 1950 he began working regularly with Hungarian radio. He became music director of the Hungarian Radio and Television Symphony Orchestra, also known as the Budapest Symphony Orchestra, in 1962. Despite Communist restrictions on artists' movement, was able to tour with the orchestra and guest-conduct, and in 1974 was even appointed principal guest conductor of the Basel Radio Symphony Orchestra, but his most concentrated work was at home in Budapest. Lehel recorded a great deal of Hungarian music from Liszt through Bartók, but he was also a particularly strong champion of new Hungarian music. He received the Liszt Prize in 1955 and 1962, was named Artist of Merit in 1967, and was awarded the Kossuth Prize in 1973.

 

 

Iván Fischer (born 20 January 1951) is a Hungarian conductor and composer.

Born in Budapest into a musical family of Jewish heritage, Fischer initially studied piano, violin, cello and composition in Budapest. His older brother, Ádám Fischer, became a conductor in his own right. He moved later to Vienna to study conducting with Hans Swarowsky at the University of Music and Performing Arts, where he also studied cello and early music, studying and working as assistant to Nikolaus Harnoncourt. He also studied with Franco Ferrara at the Accademia Musicale Chigiana in Siena.

In 1976, Fischer won the Rupert Foundation conducting competition in London. He began thereafter to guest-conduct such British orchestras as the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, the BBC Symphony and the London Symphony Orchestra, with whom he conducted a world tour in 1982. His US conducting debut was with the Los Angeles Philharmonic in 1983.

 

 

More Details: 

  • Conductors - Ivan Fischer, György Lehel
  • Mezzo-soprano - Klara Takacs
  • Orchestra - Hungarian State Orchestra, Budapest Symphony Orchestra

 

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