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Composer: Loewe, Carl (1796-1869)

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Year of birth1796
Year of death1869
June 2019
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AmsterdamBaritone Georg Nigl: Schubert, Schumann and Wolf

© Anita Schmid
Schubert, Loewe, Schumann, Wolf
Georg Nigl; Olga Pashchenko

LondonFranz-Josef Selig, Gerold Huber

Loewe, Wolf, Stephan
Franz-Josef Selig; Gerold Huber
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Lucky Lieder dip: A celebration of Goethe

James Gilchrist © operaomnia.co.uk
An evening of Lieder with James Gilchrist and Anna Tilbrook promised well, and did deliver occasionally, but sadly enthusiasm got the better of style more than once. 
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Roderick Williams stands out in a programme of Goethe settings in the Oxford Lieder Festival

The penultimate concert in a three-year project to record the complete songs of Hugo Wolf, this Oxford Lieder Festival concert’s programme was based around settings of Goethe.
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Great German Romantics at Leeds Lieder+

Florian Boesch reminded me of the terror I felt as a nine year-old boy treble: I had to walk home in the dark after rehearsing Schubert's version of The Erlking, with phantoms following.

A heart-warming evening of German Lieder

German baritone Roman Trekel, who made a rare London appearance replacing Dorothea Röschmann at the Wigmore Hall on Friday night, is a highly respected singer known especially for his many Wagner roles as well as for his Lieder interpretation. I first encountered him singing Wolfram in Tannhaüser at the Bayreuth Festival some years ago.

Musik und der Schatten des Krieges

100 Jahre Gebäude der Stiftung Mozarteum. Anlässlich dieses Jubiläums wurde das Eröffnungskonzert des Hauses von 1914 rekonstruiert. Wirft man einen Blick auf das Programm, ist der Inhalt im zeitlichen Kontext nicht ganz unproblematisch zu betrachten. Künstlerisch gab es beim Festkonzert der Stiftung jedoch alle Mal etwas zu feiern.
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