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Werk: Der Tod und das Mädchen (Claudius), D.531

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KomponistSchubert, Franz (1797-1828)
PeriodeRomantik
Jahr1817
GattungVokalmusik
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LondonPatricia Kopatchinskaja's Death and the Maiden

© Julia Wesely
Mendelssohn Bartholdy, Normiger, Anonymous, Schubert, Dowland, Kurtág
Camerata Bern; Patricia Kopatchinskaja

AmsterdamSophie Rennert sings Schubert en Strauss

© Pia Clodi
Schubert, Strauss R.
Sophie Rennert; Joseph Middleton
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Le 15e quatuor de Beethoven et La Truite de Schubert : délices au Centre de musique de chambre

Au Centre de musique de chambre, au mois de février, deux programmes se partagent l'affiche : Beethoven par le quatuor Arod, puis La Truite de Schubert jouée par la troupe de musiciens du Centre. Toujours autant de passion et d'excellence ; un vrai bonheur !
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Anna Prohaska becomes Ophelia in Amsterdam

In a thoroughly riveting recital at the Concertgebouw, soprano Anna Prohaska probes Ophelia’s psyche through songs from the nineteenth century onwards.
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A dynamic recital of art-song with Philippe Sly and Julius Drake at Toronto Summer Music Festival

Twentysomething Philippe Sly wields an impressive voice. Like the mythical John Henry’s hammer, it rings like silver in the upper register, the middle shines like gold, and his bass is firm as iron. From the second line of Henri Duparc’s “Chanson Triste” Sly interested with his way of rolling out phrases, englobing lines in cavernous spaces.
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A moving tribute to Kathleen Ferrier at the Wigmore Hall

Marian Anderson, the famed African-American contralto, once remarked of Kathleen Ferrier, “My God, what a voice – and what a face!” This concert was a Centenary Celebration of Ferrier’s art at the Wigmore Hall, and I reflected (not for the first time) how aptly Anderson’s words could also apply to Alice Coote, the evening’s distinguished soloist.
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Danielle De Niese and Australian Chamber Orchestra unite in Sydney

The Australian Chamber Orchestra, known both for its innovative programming and for the tightness of the ensemble playing, displayed both qualities on Saturday night, the second stop in a five-city, nine-concert tour.
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